4-29. Rear Winch Assembly.
This task covers:
e. Disassembly (PG-115-043R)
b. Disassembly (Model 11~-S-EC)
f. Repair (Model PG-115-043R)
c. Repair (Model 11-S-EC)
g. Reassembly (Model PG-115-043R)
d. Reassembly (Model 11-S-EC)
General Mechanics Automotive Tool Kit
(Item 1, Appendix B)
Common No. 1 (Item 5, Appendix B)
Grease, Automotive and Artillery (Item 2, Appendix E)
Whinch cable removed (Para. 4-30).
Solvent, Dry Cleaning (Item 18, Appendix E)
Bay removed (Para. 2-16).
Rags, Wiping (Item 12, Appendix E)
Teflon Tape, Pipe Threads (Item 19, Appendix E)
a. Removal. (figure 4-20)
When working under boom, support boom by blocking or other suitable means.
(1) Raise boom (1) approximately 10 ft (3.83 m) and block in position.
When disconnecting any hydraulic line, open line slowly and protect face, as hydraulic oil may spiny out
due to residual pressure in system.
When removing hoses, have a suitable container to drain oil from hoses. Cap all hoses and ports immedi-
ately to prevent dirt and foreign matter from entering the system.
(2) Tag and disconnect hydraulic lines (2) and (3) from winch assembly (4).
(3) Secure winch assembly (4) to suitable lifting device.
(4) Remove eight screws (5) and washers (6) and remove winch assembly (4).