peated and prolonged skin contact.
(2) Inspect the fuel line for cracks, split, or
Do not use near open flame or exces-
frayed ends. Replace the fuel line if it is defective.
sive heat. Flash point of solvent is
clamp (7), lockwasher (6), screw (5), nut (4), and
(1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning
elbow (3) to fuel line (2).
solvent and dry thoroughly.
(2) Connect fuel line to fuel filter.
(2) Inspect all parts for dents or breaks.
(3) Install drain plug (1).
(3) Inspect the nuts and bolts for stripped
(4) Service the fuel tank.
threads and worn heads.
(4) Replace any defective part.
Fuel Tank Assembly.
c Repairing. If tank leaks at threaded con-
nections, remove plug and/or fuel line elbow from
bottom of tank and rum 1/8 inch NPT pipe tap into
the fuel tank into a suitable container.
threads to correct crossthreading or damaged
(2) Disconnect the fuel line (2) from the fuel
threads. Do not tap too deep as oversize hole will re-
sult. Reassemble plug and elbow and check for
(3) Remove locknuts (11), Iockwashers (12),
leaks. If leak still persists, replace fuel tank. Fuel
brackets (13) and hangers (14) from handtruck as-
tank ends and seam are soldered and leaks devel-
sembly (15). Remove fuel tank.
oping can be repaired by soldering at leak point.
(4) Remove cap and chain (16), gasket (17)
and strainer (18) from fuel tank.
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
and cap and chain (16) in fuel tank (10).
(2) Attach fuel tank to handtruck (15) with
Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to
(3) Attach fuel line (2) to fuel tank.
clean parts is potentially dangerous to
(4) Install drain plug (1).
personnel and property. Avoid re-
(5) Service the fuel tank.
MAINTENANCE OF FRONT AXLE
block securely under the bumper or rails.
(2) Release the air from the tires.
The axle is a cylindrical steel rod used to attach
(3) Remove cotter pins (1, fig. 20), nuts (2),
the wheel assemblies to the handtruck assembly.
washers (3), nuts (4), hub bolts (5), and capscrews
(1) Jack up the axle end of the handtruck and