d. Repair to Damaged Honeycomb Panel Edging
(closeouts). Repair damaged panel edging as follows:
(1) Remove the damaged phenolic edging with a
sharp knife to cut away from honeycomb core, using
care to prevent damage to honeycomb core and alum-
inum facing edge.
(2) Cut a section of phenolic edging the same size
as the damaged area and apply a thin coat of the two
part adhesive to the phenolic edging back.
(3) Press the edging firmly in place and allow to
cure for a minimum of 8 hours.
(5) Refinish floor surface as described in para-
Section X. CONTAINER, SERVICE WARD, ACCESSORIES
When installing screw assembly in jack leg tube,
place rectangular key in its slot in the upper part of
This, section provides instructions for repair and re-
the leg also, align the slot in the retracting tube with
placement of those items considered as accessories to
the rectangular key, thereby assuring the screw
the Container, Service Ward. These accessories con-
assembly is rigid to the jack leg.
sist of the jack assemblies and cargo tiedown com-
reverse order of removal procedure using figure 2-6
Jack Assemblies (Fixed End)
as a guide and observing the following.
(1) Place jack assembly (2) into position and
The fixed end jack assemblies (2, fig.
insert pin (6) into hole and install new cotter pin (1).
2-6) shall be removed as follows.
(1) Remove cotter pin (1) from clevis pin (6) and
(2) Secure jack to shelter with bolts (4).
push clevis pin (6) from hole.
2-18. Cargo Tie
(2) Unscrew bolts (4) from Container, Service
a. Removal. Removal of the cargo tiedown installa-
Ward, panel, allowing jack leg to be removed from
Container, Service War.
tion shall be accomplished using figure 2-7 as a guide
and observing the following.
b. Disassembly. To disassemble the jack, proceed
removing the tiedown ropes securing it to the strap
(1) Drive roll pin (item 9, fig. 2-6) from the drive
shank. Pull drive shank off jack leg.
(2) Remove the web net assembly (2) from the
(2) Entire jack screw assembly can now be pulled
out of bottom end of jack leg. The screw assembly
(3) Remove the strap assembly (1) from the
consists of the following retracting tube, retracting
shelter tiedown fitting by disconnecting the metal
screw, thrust bearing, thrust washer, and a rectan-
(3) Dismantle retracting screw assembly as
b. Repair. Inspect all cargo tiedown parts. Replace
any that are faulty or defective.
(a) Turn retracting screw out (counterclock-
c. Installation. Install the cargo tiedown assembly
wise) until the roll pin in the screw shaft aligns with
guide and observing the following.
the holes in the retracting tube.
(1) Attach the metal ring of the strap assembly
(b) Drive out roll pin.
(1, fig. 2-7) to the shelter tiedown fittings and tighten
(c) Continue turning retracting screw until it
disengages from the threads in the retracting tube.
the strap assembly.
(2) Place the web net assembly (2) over the cargo
c. Repair. Clean and inspect all jack parts. Re-
place any faulty or defective part.
and fasten securely.
(3) Place miscellaneous cargo on top of main
d. Reassembly. Reassemble in the reverse order of
cargo and secure with the rope net assembly (3)
disassembly. Lubricate all moving parts with a suit-
using the strap assembly (1) as a means of attach-
able high-temperature water-resistant greast (NLGI
#2 automotive chassis lubricant is satisfactory).