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around the lock must. be slightly. deformed to remove
lock but, if done carefully, it can be returned to proper
form after installation of lock without damage to door.
Inspect
for
damaged
or
missing
door
seals.
If
dam-
aged
or
missing,
replace.
Position
each
door
on
stowage
box
and
(5) A s s e m b l y .
secure
with
eight
3/8
x
1
cap
screws,
3/8-inch
lock-
nuts, and 3/8-inch hex nuts.
(6) Installation. Position
and
support
stowage
box
under
side
rail
of
body
frame
and
against
right
longitudinal
beam of chassis frame. Secure box to beam with six
x
1
cap
screws,
-inch
lockwashers,
17/32-inch
plain
washers,
and
-inch
hex
nuts.
Secure
box
to
side rail with nine x 1 cap screws, -inch lock-
washers,
17/32-inch
plain
washers,
and
-inch
hex
nuts.
b. S t o w a g e
Compartment
(Semitrailers
M270
and
M269) (fig.
Each
stowage
compartment
is
of
welded
construction
and
is welded to the top of the chassis frame at the front end or
nose of each vehicle. Each stowage compartment door is re-
moved by removing six round-head screws, lockwashers, and
square nuts, which secure door to compartment. To install
each
door,
position
door
on
stowage
compartment
and
secure
with  six    x
3/8  a  round-head  screws,  No.  10  lockwashers,  and
nuts.  For  cleaning,  inspection,  and  repair  pro-
-inch  square
cedures, refer to a(3) and (4) above.
102.
Spare Wheel and Tire Carrier
Note. The key letters shown in parentheses are in figure 66.
a. Removal. Refer to paragraph 70a.
b. Disassembly. Remove two safety nuts (G) and two wheel
securing
studs
(J)
from
pickup
member
(H).
Remove
two
hex nuts (M) and two lockwashers (L) from each U-bolt (K)
which secures rope assembly (E) to pickup member (H). Re-
Draw
move  U-bolts  and  rope  assembly  from  pickup  member.
rope assembly (E) from hole in operating shaft (A). Remove
cotter pin (B) from operating shaft and remove operating shaft
from  main  member  (F).
Drill out rivet (C) which secures
shaft
pawl
(D)
to
main
member
(F)
and
remove
shaft
pawl.
c. Cleaning.
Use steam or water with a stiff brush to re-
move
dirt.
Use  mineral  spirits  paint  thinner  or  dry-cleaning
solvent to remove grease.
d.  Inspection  and  Repair.
Inspect
for
frayed
cable
(E-1)
and
loose
U-bolts
(K).
Check
main
member
(F)
for
bend
or
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