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TM 10-6640-215-13 4-56. REMOVE/INSTALL CURBSIDE STOWAGE BOX- continued. b. Manually remove four safety pins located on top of box.  The use of pliers may be required if pins are rusted or bent. c. Position  one  person  on  each  end  of  the  stowage  box  and  have  them  apply  upward  pressure  while  a  third individual removes the two pins securing the box to the rear box hanger channel and removes the two pins securing the box to the front box hanger channel. d. Remove defective stowage box. 2. Remove Stowage Box Hanger Channels.  See figure 4-56. a. Remove four hex head cap screws, lockwashers, flat washers, and nuts from rear hanger channel. b. Remove defective hanger channel. c. Remove six hex head cap screws, lockwashers, flat washers, and nuts from the front hanger channel. d. Remove defective hanger channel. 3. Remove Stowage Box Hinge, Hasp, Striker and Door Panel.  See figure 4-56. a. Drill out six rivets attaching latch and striker to stowage box door panel and box base. b. Remove defective latch and striker. c. Drill out eight rivets attaching hasp and striker to stowage box door panel and box base. d. Remove defective hasp and striker. e. Drill out eighteen rivets attaching hinge to the stowage box and door panel. f. Remove defective hinge from the stowage box and door panel. INSTALLATION 1. Install Stowage Box Hinge, Hasp, Striker, and Door Panel.  See figure 4-56. a. Place a new hinge on the door panel and align the holes.  If a new panel is being used, place the hinge into position and mark hole locations then drill out the holes. 4-150


 


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