Check operating shaft (A)
for straightness and make sure shaft pawl (D) swings freely
Check threads on bolts and nuts
of pickup member. Replace cable (par. 70c) if any broken
should be replaced if it cannot be returned to f reel y-working
If ratchet on operating shaft is broken or dam-
have seriously damaged threads.
e. Assembly. Position shaft pawl (D) on main member (F)
Insert operating shaft through
(par. 70c) of rope assembly (E) in operating
Position ferrule end of rope assembly (E) on
of rope assembly (E).
Secure each U-bolt with two -inch
lockwashers and two -inch hex nuts. Wind rope assembly
( E ) i n t o o p e r a t i n g s h a f t ( A ) . Install two wheel securing studs
(J) and two safety nuts (G) on pickup member
f. Installation. R e f e r t o p a r a g r a p h 7 0 b .
103. Chock Blocks
File or grind off deformed threads at end
of four carriage bolts which secure laminae of block and re-
move four plain nuts from bolts. Withdraw bolts from lam-
mae. If bolts turn in block while unscrewing nuts, force screw-
driver or chisel between laminae to bind and hold bolts.
b. Cleaning. Use water and stiff brush to remove dirt. Use
c. Inspection and Repair.
frame to make sure it is secure and that snap is free to turn
Check chain for damage which may result in break.
if loose and adjust if necessary, to allow snap to turn freely.
Replace damaged link in chain with chain repair link. Re-
paint any part which may be bare or on which paint is dam-
age bolts and four 5/16-inch plain nuts. Peen bolt ends over
nuts. If old bolts are too short to allow peening of bolt end
after nut is installed, replace with new bolts.