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G8T 1944 US Army WWII Truck Ford 15 Ton 267p

G8T 1944 US Army WWII Truck Ford 15 Ton 267p

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WAR
DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL
MA
1
1
/2-Ton
4x2
Truck
(Ford)
WA4R
DEPARl'IR'IE\''
14
IFELBRUARY
1944
 
TM
9-806
*C 1
TECHNICAL
MANUAL
1½-TON
4X2
TRUCK (FORD)
CHANGES)
1DEPARTMENTOF.
THE
ARMYNo.
1
WASHINGTON
25,
D.
C.,
28
March
1951
TM
9-806,
14
February
1944,
is
changed
as
follows:
1.
Scope
*** ****
b.
In
addition to
* * *
of
the
mat6riel.
This manual
is divided
into
three
parts.
Part
One,
section
I
through
section
VI,
contains
vehicle
operating instructions.
Part
Two,
section
VIII through
section
XXIX.1,
contains
vehicle
maintenance
instructionsfor
using
arm
personnelcharged with responsibilityof
doing main-
tenancework
within
their
jurisdiction.
Part
Three,
sections
XXXI
and
XXXII,
gives
instructions
for
shipmentand
limited
storage
and
destructiontoprevent
enemy
use
ofvehicle.The
appendixcontains
a
list
of
references
including supply
catalogs,forms,technical manuals,
and
otherpublications
applicable
to
the
materiel.
c.
In
all
cases
* *
proper
instructions
issued.
Note.
(Added) The
replacement
of
certain
assemblies,
that
is,
engine,clutch,
transmission,
front
axle,
and
rear
axle
is
normallyan
ordnance main-tenance
operation,
but
may
be
performed
in
an
emergency
by
the usingorganization,
provided
authority for
performing
thesereplacements is
obtainedfrom
the
responsible commander.
A
replacementassembly,
any
tools
needed
for
the operation
which
are
not
carried
by
the using
organiza-
tion,and
any necessary
special
instructions
may
be
obtained
from
the
sup-
porting
ordnance
maintenance
unit.
1.1.
Forms,
Records, and
Reports
(Added)
a.
GENERAL.
Forms,records, and
reportsare
designed
to
servenecessary and usefulpurposes. Responsibility
for
the
proper
execution
of
these
forms
rests
upon
commanding
officers
of
all
units
operating
and
maintaining
vehicles.
It
is emphasized,how-ever,
that
forms, records,and
reports are
merely
aids. They
are
not
a
substitute
for
thoroughpractical
work,
physical
inspection,
and
active supervision.
*This change supersedesthose
portions
of
TBORD
196,
2
January
1943;
TB
ORD
247,
29
January
1945;
and
TB
ORD
342,
8
July
1946,
pertaining
to
the materiel
contained
herein.
AGO
3542B-Mar
 
b.
AUTHORIZED FORMS.
The
forms
generally applicable
to
units operating
and
maintaining
these
vehicles
are
listed
in
the
appendix.
No
forms other
than
those approved
for
theDepartment
of
the
Army
will
be
used.
Pending availability
of
forms
listed,
old
forms
may
be
used.
For
a
current
and
complete
listing
of all
forms,
refer
to
current
SR
310-20-6.
c.
FIELD
REPORT
OF
ACCIDENTS.
The
reports
necessary
to
comply
with
the requirements
of
the
Army
safetyprogram
are
prescribed
indetailin
the
SR
385-10-40
series
of special
regula-tions.
These
reports are
required
wheneveraccidentsinvolving
injury
to
personnel or damagetomat6riel
occur.
d.
REPORT
OF
UNSATISFACTORY
EQUIPMENT
OR
MATERIALS.
Any
suggestions
for
improvementin design
and maintenance
of
equipment,
safety
and
efficiency
of
operation,
or
pertaining
to theapplication
of
prescribed
petroleum
fuels,
lubricants,
and/or
pre-
servingmaterials
will
be
reported
through
technicalchannels
using
DA
AGO
Form
468,
Unsatisfactory Equipment
Report
as
prescribed
in
SR
700-45-5,
to
the
Chief
of
Ordnance,
Washington
25,D.
C.,
ATTN:
ORDFM.Such
suggestions are
encouraged
in
order
that
other
organizations
may
benefit.
8.
Use
of
Instruments
and
Controls
in
Operation
of
Vehicle
* ** ** *
*
b.
OPERATION
OF
VEHICLE.
* ** ** * *
(6)
(Superseded)
Changing
to
lower
gears
(doubleclutch-
ing).
Shift
gears
to
a
low
speed
before
the
engine begins
tolabor
or
the
vehicle
begins
to
lose
momentum.
Use
the
double-clutchmethod
to engagelower
gear ratios.
Dis-engage
the
clutch
by
depressing
the
clutch
pedal,
simul-
taneously releasing the accelerator
pedal.
Move
gearshift
lever
(fig.
4)
to
its
neutral
position.
Engage
clutch
and
depress
accelerator
pedal
at
the
same
time.
When
the
engine
speed
andthe desired
gearshift
speed
are
about
the
same
(synchronized),
disengage
the
clutch
and
shift
to
the
desired
gear
speed.
Engage
the
clutchand
depress
the
accelerator
pedal
to
attain
synchronization
of
engine
andgear
speeds.
Caution:
Do
not
attempt
to
shift
the transmission
into
gear until
the
gear
speed
has
been
synchronized
withthe
engine
speed.
*
*
* * ** *
2
AGO
3542B

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