CYLINDER REPLACEMENT (Contd)
Removal and installation of cylinders are the same. Left side
Accidental or intentional introduction of liquid contaminants into
the environment is in violation of state, federal, and military
regulation. refer to Army POL (WP 0001 00) for information
concerning storage, use and disposal of these liquids. Failure to do
so may result in injury or death
Cap or plug all hoses, connections, and openings immediately
after disconnection to prevent contamination. Remove caps or
plugs prior to installation. Failure to do so may result in damage
Fluid system must be bled whenever pumps, cylinders, or hoses
Tag all hoses for installation.
Have container ready to catch fluid.
Relieve residual pressure on fluid system before disconnecting
lines by moving control valve lever to all positions and then
placing lever in transport/crossing position. Failure to do so may
result in injury or death.
Loosen nut (6) and remove tee fitting (5) with hoses attached from adapter (7) on cylinder
Loosen nut (12) and remove tee fitting (13) with hoses attached from adapter (11) on fluid lock
Remove hose assembly (4) and O-ring (18) from adapter (17) on cylinder housing (15). Discard
Remove six screws (1), access cover (2), and rubber stop pad (3) from inner ponton (14).
Support cylinder housing (15) and cylinder end yoke (9), and remove retainer pin (20) from cylinder
end yoke (19) and inner ponton (14).
Assistant will help with step 6.
Using lifting device, strap, and assistant, remove cylinder housing (15) from opening (10) and inner
Remove adapter (11) from fluid lock assembly (8).
Remove adapter (7) from cylinder housing (15).
Remove adapter (17) and gasket (16) from cylinder housing (15). Discard gasket (16).