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Table 3-3. Periodic Inspection Requirements - Continued
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Table 3-3. Periodic Inspection Requirements - Continued
Item
Period
Requirements
100 hr
Wheels
Inspect for loose wheel mounting bolts. Inspect wheel bearings for
proper adjustment. Tighten loose wheel bolts and adjust wheel
bearings as necessary.
Axle
100 hr
Inspect axle assemblies for loose mounting hardware and improper
alignment.  Inspect springs for cracks, breaks, and weakened con-
dition. Tighten all axle mounting hardware. Align front wheels as
necessary.  Replace defective springs.
Brake assembly
Check to ensure that brakes operate properly. Inspect brake rods for
100 hr
loose mounting. Tighten all mounting hardware. Adjust brakes as
necessary.
Hydraulic pump
100 hr
Inspect hydraulic pump for loose mounting hardware and hydraulic con-
nections.  Make sure that drive coupling is securely mounted and
properly aligned. Tighten all loose mounting hardware and hydraulic
connections.  Replace defective drive coupling.
Hose assemblies
Inspect all hose assemblies for loose connections, cracks, breaks, and
100 hr
frayed or rotted fabric covering. Tighten loose connections. Replace
hose assembly, if it is otherwise defective.
Hydraulic tubing
100 hr
Inspect tubing for cracks, breaks, and distortion. Tighten all hydraulic
connections.  Replace damaged or defective tubing or fittings.
High pressure filter
100 hr
Inspect filter assembly for dirty or clogged filter element that causes
excessive pressure drop. Replace dirty or clogged filter element.
assembly
Thermoswitch
Check thermoswitch for correct temperature response. Make sure it
100 hr
is tightly installed. Replace damaged or defective thermoswitch.
Low pressure filter
100 hr
Inspect filter assembly for dirty or clogged filter element that causes
excessive pressure drop. Replace dirty or clogged filter element.
assembly
Table 3-4. Daily Servicing
System
Component
Requirement
Open flip-cap vents along center line of battery top and check
Electrical
Battery
water level. If necessary, add clean, cold tap water through
flip-cap vent tubes to bring level of each cell to bottom of
tube.
Check connections; tighten if necessary.
Ignition wires
Check reservoir fluid level. Add hydraulic fluid, if necessary,
Hydraulic
Reservoir
to fill.
Engine
Using dip stick, check oil level. If low, add oil (table 3-5).
Fuel strainer
Check for foreign matter and water. Clean as needed.
Miscellaneous
Fuel tank
Check reading on FUEL LEVEL GAGE with IGNITION SWITCH
set to ON. Add gasoline as needed to bring reading to full
Tires
Check tire pressure. Inflate to 60 PSI.
Check for free movement. Lubricate, if needed (table 3-5).
Access door hinges
Draw bar
Check for free movement.  Lubricate, if needed (table 3-5).
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