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T.O.

4S2-23-3
TECHNICAL MANUAL

OVERHAUL INSTRUCTIONS
STRUT ASSEMBLY
NOSE LANDING GEAR

AND BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS
NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY

(ATOS)

LOCKHEED AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS
(98897)
F33657-744-0226
F33657-86-G2000

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I INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................
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Identification ............................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2
Purpose ......................................................................................................................... 1-1
1-3
General Description................................................................................................. 1-1
Additional Models........................................................................................................ 1-2
1-4
Leading Particulars ...............................................................................................
1-2
1-5
I1 OVERHAUL INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................2-1
Special Tools ..............................................................................................................
2-1
2-1
2-2
Disassembly .................................................................................................................2-1
2-3
Cleaning .......................................................................................................................2-1
2-4
Inspection, Repair, and Replacement ........................................................................2-2
2-5
Lubrication ................................................................................................................. 2-19
2-6
Reassembly ................................................................................................................ 2-20
2-7
Installation of Bushings in Torque Arms ................................................................2-20
III TEST PROCEDURE .......................................................................................................................3-1
Leakage Test ................................................................................................................ 3-1
3-1
Procedure .....................................................................................................................3-1
3-2
IV NONDESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................. 4-1
4-1
General .........................................................................................................................4-1
Equipment and Materials ......................................................................................4-1
4-2
Inspection Procedures ................................................................................................ 4-1
4-3
4-4
Rejection Criteria ........................................................................................................ 4-1
V NOSE LANDING GEAR BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................. 5-1
5-1
General ....................................................................................................................5-1
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Buildup Instructions ................................................................................................... 5-1
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Subassembly Buildup ................................................................................................ 5-13
VI DIFFERENCE DATA SHEETS ..................................................................................................... 6-1

...................................... 3303591................ 3314205-3....T.... 6-12 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly.............. 2-9 Plating of Nose Landing Gear Piston ....................................... 2-10 Plating of Nose Landing Gear Fulcrum Assembly .......................... 5-14 Cylinder and Tubing Assembly.......................................................................... Part No.............................................................................................................. Exploded View ................................................................................................ 1-2 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly ..................................................................... 5-3 Manifold Assemblies .........3................................ 6-67 Manifold Assemblies for Part No...................... 6-44 Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions.................................... 3001011-3....................................... 3303595-1and 3303595-5....... 6-40 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly................................................................ 388067-7and 388067-9.................................... 7926487...............................................................................6-20 Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions.. 2-24 Fulcrum and Cylinder Assemblies Magnetic Inspection Coil Locations and Conductor Positions .................... Exploded View .................................................................... 6-16 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly............. 6-75 Manifold Assemblies for Part No.................... 6-110 Manifold Assemblies for Part No..................O........................... Part No ....................................................................................................................... Part Nos........................................................... 2-11 Pulley Mounting Lugs Repair ................ Exploded View ................................................................................................ Part No ................... Part No .............................................. 6-86 Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos............... 396175-17.................. 3303591................................ 4-2 Piston Assembly Magnetic Inspection Coil Locations and Conductor Positions......1.. 2-22 Installation of Bushings in Torque Arms ......... 6-57 Nose Landing Gear Assembly.............................................................. 3303595-1and 3303595-5................... 5-19 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly..................... 6-90 Nose Landing Gear Assembly......................6-119 ...... 3314205-3................................................................................ 2-16 Location of Seals .... 3303589-3and 3303589-5...................................... 2-21 Keyways ........................................................................3314203..................... Part Nos............ 4S2-23-3 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Figure Title Page Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly .................. Part No ................................................. Part Nos............................................................... Part No ........................... and 3316500................................... 2-3 Plating of Nose Landing Gear Outer Cylinder ......... 7926829-10...... 388067-7and 388067-9.................................................................................................................. 6-96 Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos...... 6-49 Cylinder Assembly Inspection Coil Location and Conductor Position....................13.. 6-9 Cylinder Assembly Inspection Coil Location and Conductor Position.......1...10.. 396175-17.... 6-103 Nose Landing Gear Assembly................................... 6-80 Nose Landing Gear Assembly.................... 371671. 6-25 Outer Cylinder Corrosion Removal .................... 3001011-3.................. Part Nos.3.............. Exploded View ................... 4-3 Nose Landing Gear Assembly ....................................................................................................... 6-28 Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly................................. 3303589-1............. Part No . Part No ....... 6-69 Nose Landing Gear Assembly...........

..................................................2-8 Rework Criteria .......................................................T........... 6-18 Vacuum Cadmium Plate Areas ............................... 1-2 2-1 Special Tools................................................................................................................................................................ 4-4 Circular Magnetization .......................................................................................... 2-7 Vacuum Cadmium Plate Areas .......................................................................................................................................... Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions.2-13 Circular Magnetization ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6-56 iii/(iv blank) .................................................2-4 Repair and Rework .................................. 6-56 Longitudinal Magnetization............................................. 6-21 Allowable Service Dimensions ............................................... 4S2-233 LIST OF TABLES Number Title Page Leading Particulars ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6-46 Circular Magnetization .........................................................................4-4 Longitudinal Magnetization................................................................................................... 6-12 Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions........................................................................................................................................................................O................................................................................ 6-23 Allowable Service Dimensions .....................................................................6-12 Longitudinal Magnetization....

1-3.O. Illustrated Parts Breakdown for Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. with packings. . Additional nose landing gear assemblies are covered by difference data sheets in section VI. a. hydraulic fluid must be maintained at the correct level. The fulcrum assembly is the main support and pivots the nose landing gear. be certain that the strut is in the fully compressed position. 363590-1A. The shock strut consists of an outer shell (the cylinder) and an inner telescoping member (the piston). Air Force maintenance personnel in the disassembly. the fluid is just level with the filler plug boss. incorrect indication of fluid level may result. The top piston bearing is phenolic or Tefloncovered aluminum. A bulkhead is located in the piston to seal the lower end of the piston. deflating. c. Unless the strut is carefully positioned. NOTE When checking the fluid level. Fixed packing glands. An air valve assembly consisting of a filler plug. The wheel axle is an integral part of the piston. 1-1. The operation of the strut assembly as a functional part of the landing gear system is described in the applicable airplane maintenance manual. 482-23-4. The strut is composed essentially of a telescoping piston and cylinder. b. Exercise care at all times to guard against mixing two different types of fluid which may cause the formation of a gummy substance and may coat the inner wall of the strut resulting in the malfunctioning of the unit. IDENTIFICATION. are provided in section V. f. reassembly. part No. inflating. the loads developed are carried to the structure through the medium of the compressed air contained in the upper chamber of the strut. e. The level of the fluid should be such that with the shock strut fully compressed. GENERAL DESCRIPTION. j. the relative movement of which forces the hydraulic fluid through an orifice contained within the upper chamber. When the aircraft is being taxied. part No. The lower bearing is aluminum bronze or Teflon-lined aluminum. (See figure 1-1. i. For proper operation of the strut. The strut is provided with an instruction plate.S. and the correct type of hydraulic fluid to be used. air valve. In case of accidental substitution or mixing of two different hydraulic fluids. 396175-13. repair. A scraper ring is installed in the gland nut to provide a means of keeping foreign matter from the packing gland. and testing of the nose landing gear strut assembly.O. h. and valve cap is located at the top of the cylinder to provide a means of filling and inf lating the strut. 1 PURPOSE. The nose landing gear strut covered in this technical manual is the oleo-pneumatic type using both hydraulic fluid and compressed air to produce a controlled resistance to aircraft takeoff and landing shocks. are designed to seal the piston and cylinder. d.) Other nose landing gear strut assemblies are covered by difference data sheets in section VI of this manual. 4S2-23-3 SECTION I INTRODUCTION This overhaul and buildup instructions technical manual is issued to instruct U. Information for identifying and ordering procurable spare parts for the strut assembly is given in T. Buildup instructions for nose landing gear assembly. The air under pressure also serves to extend the strut to its normal static position in readiness to receive the next compression load. Use of incorrect fluid may result in swelling and deterioration of all packing~ in the strut. g. The steering collar is attached to the cylinder and lugs are provided for the attachment of the steering torque arm. The condensed instructions deal with filling.T. flush the strut and clean it thoroughly. The impact energy of aircraft landing is mostly absorbed by both the compressed air and the hydraulic fluid dissipated through the strut walls in the form of heat.

.... LEADING PARTICULARS........ 49........ 3. Sections I...................... III... k.....83 Compressed Length (approximate)...and IV of this manual contain overhaul.. except for the specific differences noted by the applicable difference data sheets.....O..... test.. 1-4...T...... The additional models included in section VI are listed at the beginning of the section and have the same procedures given in sections I1 and 111... 4S2-23-3 NOTE When a small amount of fluid is being added for partial refilling................. 363590-1A........ 11............. When initial filling is being carried out........3 US quarts Figure 1-1...... it will not be necessary to move the strut through its stroke in order to remove trapped air.... ADDITIONAL MODELS......... move the strut through two or three complete strokes while the strut is in the vertical position in order to remove any air pockets that might be trapped in the cylinder assembly............ and inspection instructions for the nose landing gear strut assembly.............. Table 1-1......................50 Normal Errtended Pressure .................. 10.... 300 (*lo) psi Weight .............. Overhaul and test instructions for additional models are provided in section VI by use of difference data sheets.......33 Length of Stroke. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly .......... Leading Particulars Extended Length (approximate). 1-5. 39................ part No.. 179 pounds Fluid Capacity (approximate)......

remove valve cap and loosen hexagon swivel nut of valve. c. Avoid skin and eye contact. Shell of bolt or pin remaining in hole is to be broken out or pressed out. a. from nut plate (56). NOTE Plug (76) need not be removed when disassembling the shock strut. backup rings. Coat with hydraulic fluid. 755116-1 404226-1 404225-1 404224-1 NOMENCLATURE Screwdriver Guide Holding Rod Wrench Assembly At no time is heat to be applied to any major landing gear component to facilitate removal of a frozen bolt or pin. these parts may be blown out with great force and may cause bodily injury. valve core. DISASSEMBLY. spark or other source of ignition. one-half to one turn. Unless all pressure is released before removal of valve body or valve core.O. bolt or pin is to be drilled out. Depress valve core until air pressure is released.) Disassemble nose landing gear strut assembly in order of index numbers assigned to figure 2-1. Compressed air must be limited to a maximum of 30 psi when used for cleaning andfor drying operations. Wipe thermosetting plastic parts clean with a cloth dampened with hydraulic fluid. 404224-1. Move piston through its stroke a few times to aid in ejecting all fluid. part No. Special Tools PART NO. Bolt or pin is to be drilled along its centerline and drill size used is not to exceed frozen bolt or pin OD minus 0. part No. After cleaning. specification MIL-H-5606 or MILH-83282. all parts that come in contact with fluid during operation of strut. Do not use near flame. b. dry all parts with compressed air. d. Ensure temperature of landing gear component during drilling operations is maintained at or below 250°F. part No. Do not clean packings. See subparagraph 2-4. also. a. to remove seal retainer (57) and screwdriver. to remove screws (541. FSCM 98897 98897 98897 98897 2-2.T. eye protection must be worn to prevent eye injuries. 755116. CLEANING.(6). 23. and scraper rings as they are all to be replaced at each overhaul. c. Federal Specification P-D-680. NOTE It is recommended that hydraulic fluid drained from strut be filtered so that any foreign matter found in fluid may help to identify source of any trouble. AN6287-1. SPECIAL TOOLS. Provide adequate ventilation when using dry cleaning solvent. wipers. NAS517-3. with the following exceptions and special instructions: d.030 inch. Drain all hydraulic fluid by removing plug (4). 4S2-233 SECTION II OVERHAUL INSTRUCTIONS 2-1. b. Clean all metal parts with solvent. If any bolt or pin is frozen in place and cannot be removed by application of moderate force. (See figure 2-1. part No. then unscrew and remove valve body. Use wrench assembly. Specification MILH-5606 or MIL-H-83282. .a. Before disassembling strut. Table 2-1. Do not loosen or remove valve body or valve core to exhaust air pressure.

e. remove plug for inspection of mating surfaces of plug and cylinder. sleeve (711. Inspect all component parts of strut per applicable directives and overhaul criteria outlined herein: (1) Make a thorough inspection of cylinder (181. Accomplish per MIL-STD-866. and abrasive blasting operations must be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. galls. and scratches.T. (a) Accomplish per MIL-STD-866. Use No. (3) Inspect all holes and bushings for quality and taper using appropriate instruments. collar (681. from steering collar area. Accomplish per MIL-STD-867. Replace any part that is found to have unserviceable screw threads. NOTE Identify each assembly with cylinder from which it is removed so that original alignment will be maintained at reassembly. If there is indication of damage. (6) It is not necessary to remove plug assembly (76) from outer cylinder (18) unless inspection shows indication of damage. 2-4. Use 320-grit or finer crocus cloth. a. (See allowable service dimensions. provided time limitations prior to baking are Willed. by hand or roll mandrel in a rotary drill motor. side struts (131. piston axle assembly (251. INSPECTION. to polish corrosion or tool marks from surfaces. AND REPLACEMENT. Local Bioenvironmental Engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. and other components. ( 5 ) Polishing. REPAIR. All grinding operations shall be followed by nital etch inspection for burns or cracks.012 inch A2 intensity per Specification MIL-S-13165. (5) Carry out a thorough inspection of fulcrum (14. (3) Bake. All shotpeening. and firlcrum assembly (14) for any evidence of scratches.) (4) Inspect all internal and external screw threads for evidence of scoring or stripping. Remove sealant. (4) Shotpeen.O. with solvent. (21 Nital Etch Inspection. Specification MILS-81733. Specification MIL-D-9063. figure 2-11. Nital etch inspection must be accoml plished by qualified p e r s o ~ eonly. Provide adequate ventilation during f luorescent-penetrant inspection. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer. table 2-2. NOTE Rework (grinding and plating) of more than one specific area on a major subassembly may be accomplished concurrently. Bake for 23 hours at 375 (f25)QF within four hours after plating. . The overhaul criteria below will apply to specific procedures called out in repair instructions that follow: ( 1) Grind. (7) Inspect and repair all parts in accordance with table 2-3. (21 Perform a magnetic-particle inspection (magnaflux) for cracks and flaws in all ferrous parts per Specification MILI-6868 or section IV as applicable. grinding. S-230 steel or stainless steel shot at 0. Bake for four hours at 375 (+25I0Fwithin four hours after grinding. Catastrophic stress risers on outer cylinder could result in the form of cuts.010 to 0. b. scores or corrosion. 4S2-23-3 i'Yq Do not attempt to cut or scrape sealant from steering collar area. gouges.

WASHER il.008 0. 44. PISTON ASSEMBLY 26. PIN 7. SLEEVE 72. GLAND NUT ( W E N ) 25. 55. WASHER 12. Figure 2-1.4375 ID 1. 50. 34. 58. 39.003 0. FULCRUM ASSEMBLY 15. FIlTlNG 68. VALVE 3. 32. 47.2460 OD 0. LOCKWIRE 27. 2.375 GY 0. STRUT ASSEMBLY 14. PART NAME LOCALITY OF DIMENSION 14 Fulcrum Heyway 0. BOLT 13. S C R W 64. RlTlNG 70. BACKUP RlNG 60.001 0. KEY 67.003 min max FIGURE 2-1) (width) 17 18 19 Bushing ORIGINAL DIMENSION 4. PLUG 16.0002 5. 28.374 0.3725 0. 53.376 0. COLLAR ASSEMBLY 69. 54.443 max min max min ID 1.450 ID 1. GASKET 6. 38. NUT 65. TAG 73.003 4. NUT 9. 36. NAMEPLATE 76. Nose L a d i n g Gear Strut Assembly (Sheet 2 of 2) Table 2-2.003 max 1.003 0.003 max min ' 0.373 Cylinder Outer Sleeve Attaching Bushing P i . KEY 18. 30.2498 OD 5. BUSHING 22.O. DRAIN PLUG 5. 33. NAMEPLATE 75. Attaching Hole TOPLugs Cylinder Be-g Surface 5.8780 ID - . 46. 31.T.0030 0. O-RING PACKING 59. 45. SCREW 24. 35. 37. WASHER 10. Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (SEE ORIGINAL ROUNDNESS. BETWEEN SERVICE PARALLELISM DIMENSIONS PARTS INDEX NO. BUSHING 8. BUSHING 20. O-RING PACKING 61. 41.4392 0. 48. 43.2484 0. O-RING PACKING 4. DRIVE SCREW 17. BUSHING 71. 29.4420 ID 0.0015 1. COlTER PIN PIN RETAINER BEARING RETAINER PIN CAM CAM KEY KEY CONE BEARING WAVE WASHER ADAPTER BACKUP RlNG O-RING PACKING O-RING PACKING BACKUP RlNG ADAPTER SCRAPER FELT BUSHING NUT WASHER RETAINER BULKHEAD O-RING PACKING BACKUP RlNG SCREW ORIFICE ASSEMBLY NUT PLATE 57. LOCKWIRE 23.0049 0. 42. CYLINDER ASSEMBLY 19. 40.440 4. 51. LOCKWIRE 63. SEAL RETAINER 58. 4S2-233 Legend 1 . NAMEPLATE 74.001 0. CLEARANCE ALLOWABLE CONCENTRICITY. UPPER CYLINDER PLUG 52.8755 ID 1.380 0. FllllNG 21. BRACKET ASSEMBLY 66. 49.8765 min 0. BACKUP RlNG 62.

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part No.1865 0.9953 Bearing 4. 352607 1.003TIR max min 0. Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Cont) (SEE FIGURE 2-1) INDEX NO.043 ORIGINAL CLEARANCE ALLOWABLE ROUNDNESS.0000 0. 371675 25 29 ORIGINAL DIMENSION 1.93310.3760 0.9913 OD 3. 355845-1 Part No. part Nos.372 0.003 TIR max max min 0.003 max 0.0002 0.0077 3.003ID 4.Faceto-Face for Cylinder.001 37 Bearing 4.37451 1.375 0.0025 max 39 Adapter 4.9975 OD 3.0023 Piston before plating Piston after plating 3.0025 1.373 max min 0.3750 NA 65 Bracket (holes).437 OD 4.0037 1.O. part No.0002 1.0025 44 Adapter 4.0022 ID 4.0022 ID 4. CONCENTRICITY.0077 4.003TIR max min 0.4378 min max 0.0025 47 Bushing 1.0069 4.9891 3.0030 ID min 0.000 0. 482-233 Table 2-2.22131 1.0000 0. BETWEEN SERVICE PARAILELISM PARTS DIMENSIONS 0.188 0.4388 min .002TIR (total indicator reading) min 0.001 35 Key 0.0048 ID 0.1260ID 1.0048 ID 0.432 OD 0.001 interference 1.993 0.Faceto-Face for Cylinder.003 0.008 4.003 TIR 34 min 0.T.0069 4.43701 1.0008 1.435 0.0019ID 1.003 0. 21 PART NAME LOCALITY OF DIMENSION Bushing Bushing . 7926628 and 357370 Bushing .006 ID 0.003 Key 0.1270ID 0.006 max 0.0020 1.187 max min 0.1250 0.0025 0.

2500 ID 5.145inch.0008 1.3760 max 1.0025 0.4942 0.1250 max 5.0026 0.5000 1.0030 5.0002 0.4995 ORIGINAL CLEARANCE ALLOWABLE ROUNDNESS. BETWEEN SERVICE PARTS PARALLELISM DIMENSIONS max 0.3750 1.4956 min max min min Thickness Thickness Of section of w a ~ .170/0.1270ID 0.0020 1. Flange thickness 0. 4S2-23-3 Table 2-2.0057 5. Replocement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Cont) (SEE PART NAME FIGURE LOCALITY OF 2-1) DIMENSION INDEX NO.1210inch.5035ID 0.0057 5.001 5.1260ID 1.5010 0. CONCENTRICITY.4990 min (-1 0.5014 ID 5.T.0002 0. 0.0002 0.O.4974 OD 5.2528 0.0026 . 66 Key 68 Collar Collar (2holes) 70 71 Bushing Sleeve Sleeve ORIGINAL DIMENSION 0.1278/0.2514 5. max min max min 0.3770ID 0.

.001 0.0049 --- 1.0000 1.005 68D29135-53 125 ----- ----- ----- ---.008 68C29134-01 Drag Pin Bushing (7) 1..1885 ----- ID ID Bushing (21) 1.804 0. ORIGINAL DIMENSIONS REWORK LIMITS MAX MAX MACH FINISH HOLE OVERSIZE MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX ANCE REPLACEMENT PART Outer Cylinder Drag Pin Hole 1.3750 1.2498 OD 0.- 68D29135-53 63 1.0019 ID ID 1.0015 ---- ---- ---- ----- 68D29135-41 63 1. k Lug (25) Steering Cylinder Attach Holes (18) ID m 2.006 68D29135-83 125 ----- ----- ----- 68D29135-39 63 2.000 2.0015 ----- ---- ---- ---- ----- 68D29135-41 125 ----- ----- ----- 0.3063 0.126 T.0011 OD ID CLEARANCE DIAMETER CLEAR- BUSHING INTERFERENCE MIN MAX 1.3765 OD 1.253 0.126 ID ID 1.1898 OD Bushing (21) 1.199 0..7509 ----- ---- ID ID Actuator Attach Holes (18) 1.3750 1.125 1.2490 OD 1.002 ----- . ----- 68D29135-83 63 1.1890 OD 1.A.5562 0.002 ----- 1.4360 OD 0.---- ----- 68D29135-53 125 ----- ----- ----- ---- 0.0008 0.003 LOOSE 100 ----- ----- ----- 63C29134-01 160 ----- ----- ----- 0.0015 ---- 0.0002 LOOSE 0.0014 ----- .0027 0.129 .0006 0.3765 OD 1.Table 2-3.0065 68D29135-41 125 ----- ----- ----- ----- ---- ---- ---- --.3760 ID ID Bushing (47) 1.002 .---- 1.0045 68D29135-35 63 0.3760 ID ID Bushing (70) 1.2500 1...4993 0.-.006 ID ID Drag Pin (6) 1.0007 0.753 0. Attach Lug (68) T .0045 68D29135-47 63 0.440 0.8704 0.128 1.125 1. Repair and Rework SERVICE (WEAR) REPAIR DIMENSIONS (SEE FIGURE 2-1) LOCATION OR INDEX NO.004 0.0002 0.7509 ----- ---- ---- ID JD Side Brace (13) (Strut Assembly) 0.0037 ---- 1.002 --em .0002 0.006 ----------- 100 ----- ----- ----- 0.7500 0.0002 0.3773 OD Bushing (70) 1.002 1.0049 1.0007 0.0015 0.753 0.4375 1.4993 0.247 ---- Side Brace Bolt Holes (14) (18) 0.0006 0.- ----- 681329135-83 125 ----- ----- -*--- 0.7500 0.3773 OD Bushing (47) 1.4320 --- 0.0015 0..--.2510 0.4343 OD 1.008 68C29134-01 63 ID ID Drag Pin Bushing (7) 1.0007 0.1875 1.4392 0.- ----- ---- 0.--.0002 0.

c. Type 11. 0. and bearing areas (figure 2-2). -2 Shotpeen. honing or grinding bore oversize not to exceed 0. Prevent surface temperatures above 400°F' by rapid and continuous movement of the polishing tool. (b) Remove more extensive corrosion from lower bearing area by boring. except 0. Break sharp edges. steering flanges.0003 inch minimum thickness. employ hand files to remove major portion of defects and finish removal with polishing method above. (7) Vacuum cadmium plate areas noted in figures 2-2. .Type I. -5 Bake. R& out plating from maximum on inside of bearing bore between 0. except where Steering Collar chrome plated. lug ID. and other surfaces that would be affected by plating runout or fume concentrations. Local Bioenvironmental Engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Maintain a surface roughness of 32 RMS maximum. 0.020 inch and 0.O.020 inch below minimum blueprint tolerance. Rework in accordance with the following criteria: Table 2-4.. Outer cylinders (25) corroded to extent that corrosion c a ~ o be t removed within service wear limits specified in table 2-2. and 2-4 and table 2-4 per Specification MIL-C-8837. -1 Bake.023 to 0.020 inch over drawing dimensions. but not to exceed 0. Local grinding will be limited to 20 percent of surface area. 6 Grind and chamfer to drawing specification. Reworked area will have a minimum 114 inch transition radius. except ID if Steering Cylinder Bracket Assembly (73) it is chrome plated. 4S2-23-3 NOTE Do not use dry grinding stones or wheels.050 inch from outboard intersection of internal chamfer. Assembly (76) All over. provided isolated corrosion does not extend into bearing seal area. 3 Mask inside diameter of cylinder. (a) Remove isolated corrosion by locally grinding or polishing.008 to 0. 4 Chrome plate per MIGSTD-1501. Class 3. inside diam2ter of fillet radius threads. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. (6) All chrome plating referenced in this manual shall be accomplished in accordance with MIL-STD-1501.T. 100 percent coverage. Shotpeen reworked area per Specification MIL-S-13165. All over. 0.2-3.012A2 intensity.028 diameter steel shot. Vacuum Cadmium Plate Areas (See figure 2-1) PART DESCRIPTION AREAS TO PLAlE Entire outer surface Strut Assembly (13) and end hole ID. (b) If corrosion pits are deep. -7 Bake. Class 3. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. Type 11.0003 inch maximum thickness on threads and splines.010 inch material removed to true up and made OD concentric with ID to eliminate excessive setup time. (1) Lower Bearing Area: NOTE OD of lower bore may have 0. Vacuum cadmium plate all external surfaces not chrome plated including lugs.

...........VACUUM CADIMUM PLATE G9100732 Figure 2-2... 4S2-233 ..O..... Plating of Nose Landing Gear Outer Cylinder .. LEGEND CHROMIUM PLATE VACUUM CADIMUM PLATE I F CHROMIUM PLATE IS NOT RE QUIRED..T..

CHROMIUM PLATE B VACUUM CADMIUM PLATE C . G9 100733 Figux 2-3. Pluting of Nose Landing Gear Piston . VACUUM CADMIUM PLATE . IF CHROMIUM PLATING IS NOT REQUIRED.T. 4S2-23-3 LEGEND A .O.

CHROMIUM PLATE . VACUUM CADMIUM PLATE .LEGEND k A. IF CHROMIUM PLATING IS NOT REQUIRED. B VACUUM CADMIUM PLATE C .

(h) Bake. (g) Grind to drawing specifications. -6 Material removal in keyways is not allowed. 357370-. Upper Plug Assembly Mating Surface: 3 Mask inside diameter of cylinder. 1 Remove defects from fulcrum attaching aiba by locally grinding or polishing to a depth of 0.020 inch but not in excess of 20 percent of surface area.474 inches diameter. 2 Shotpeen. (b) If corrosion exceeds 20 percent of surface area. Type 11. (c) Bake. Process per MIL-STD-866. ClGs 3. 3 1501. (c) Shotpeen internal surface including radius.O. respectively. (fl Bake. Type Chrome plate OD per MIL-STD- n. all external hoGs.040 max&um in fulcrum attaching keyways may be reworked by abrasive grit blasting to remove corrosion products. Process per MPSTD866. Class 3. (dl Magnetic-particle inspect per Specification MIL-1-6868. NOTE All cylinder surfaces shall be shotpeened to an 0. 4 Chmme plate per MTL-STD-1501. (b) Bake. (b) Outer cylinder.0301 0. Q p e II.030 inch material removal. material removed on the radius not to exceed 3. 357370and 371675-. 1 Remove superficial corrosion by abrasive blast cleaning with aluminum oxide. (c) 1 Remove defects from fulcrum attaching &ea OD by grinding. but not to exceed specified minimum wall thickness unless otherwise specified.ing from maximum thickness to zero thickness. 5 Corrosion pits to a depth of 0. 4S2-233 (2) InternalSurfaceofAir Chamber: (a) Rework internal diameter to a 64 RMS maximum surface finish. 4 Grind OD of fidcrum attaching area to drawing finish dimensions per MIL-STD-866.0 inches from lower end of outer cylinder. or vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837.38 inch radius surfaces. grind bore oversize sufficient to remove defects to a maximum depth of 0.020 inch on diameter.020 inch below drawing minimum wall thickness but not to exceed 20 percent of surface area. (a) Remove corrosion by locally polishing or grinding to a maximum depth of 0.040 to 0. 180 mesh or finer. 5 Grind to finish drawing dimensions. Maintain drawing radius tolerances. except steering collar area.010 inch. -2 Shotpeen. (dl Shotpeen. Type 11. outside radius tangent points on area being plated.9786-inch minimum diameter. Polish 0. Grind per MILSTD-866.Class 3. (4) Outer Surface Corrosion of Cylinder: (a) Outer cylinder. 371675-.010 to 0. part Nos.020 inch.012A2 intensity per Specification MIL-S-13165 using No. It is not necessary to machindgrind area to remove pits. 6 Cadmium plate grit blasted area per MIL-STD-870. Do not exceed a maximum inside diameter of 5. -3 Shotpeen. . Outer cylinder. Grind per MIL-STD-866. part No. 230 or 280 steel shot except threads and upper ID 25. not to exceed a minimum of 4. (a) Grind or polish defects to minimum depths required for corrosion removal within rework dimensions shown in table 2-5 for respective areas. Type 11. part No.T. 2 Grind shoulder and radius on fulcrum beariZg surface (below fulcrum) to a maximum of 0. Run out pl3. (el Chrome plate per MIL-STD-1501. (5) Steering Collar Mating Surface on Outside Diameter of Outer Cylinder. and radii to prevent plating runout in the areas. Machine or grind more extensive corrosion to a maximum depth of 0. 0. - (3) Cylinder Inside Diameter.020 inches.

017 inch1 side).000-inch diameter 4. -3.2495-inch minimum wall 5. with a height of 0.013 inch each side).002-inch diameter 3.862-inch diameter minimum with 0.2498-inch diameter 0. Raised Bearing Land 5. 4.135-inch minimum wall (20 percent of surface area maximum) 20 percent of surface area. Locally grindlpolish entire width not to exceed 0.T. 2 Locally polish corrosion from four small nut rexainer keyways not to exceed 0.2435-inch minimum wall 4.2298 inches minimum 0.100-inch diameter upper bearing land) 2. Strut. 3.214 inch (0. 361671-1.13-inch diameter 5. Locally polish entire width not to exceed 0. Sleeve Bracket Keyways (2 each) 5. 388071-1.2585-inch minimum wall 4. -7. and 7926829-10. and 364653-2A 1. locally polish not to exceed specified minimum wall dimensions and blend into surrounding area. 180000/ 200000) for each specific keyway to give a clearance of 0. Upper Radius Area (above 5. 4S2-233 Table 2-5. Manufacture width of keys to dimension that outer cylinder keyway slots have been reworked to.2095-inch minimum wall 5. Rework Criteria STEERING COLLAR MATING SURFACE ON THE OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF THE OUTER CYLINDER A. Flange Face Area (between bearing lands) 5.3135-inch minimum wall Spot rework to 0. 5.314-inch minimum wall Grind to 5. Keys that fit into sleeve bracket will have to be manufactured from 4340 steel bar (H.000/0. -5.125-inch minimum wall B.020 inch depth into cylinder wall section.902-inch diameter 5.20010. Lower Radius Area (below lower bearing land) 4.09-inch diameter minimum with 0.535 inch (0. -5.0035 inch.07-inch diameter minimum with 0. Upper Radius Area (above 2.3235-inch minimum wall Grind to 5. upper bearing land) Flange Face Area (between bearing lands) Lower Radius Area (below lower bearing land) Raised Bearing Land Nut Retaining Keyways (4 each) Sleeve Bracket Keyways (2 each) PRESENT DIMENSIONS REWORK DIMENSIONS 5.13-inch diameter 5.2484. . Remainder of key is to be same dimension as a standard key. 1.070-inch diameter minimum with 0. Part Nos. 3401095-11.2484l5. 3 Locally polish two steering bracket retainer keyways to 0. -9.210 inch (oversize width of a key is not to protrude above outer cylinder surface).2498-inch diameter 1 If isolated pits are present in upper radius abovz top bearing land which will polish out without grinding entire area.030-inch depth over 20 percent of area or circumference to 0. 6. Nut Retaining Keyways (4 each) 6.930-inch diameter minimum with 0.2298 inches minimum 0.6. Strut. there should be a 1/32 inch radius. 363590-lA. Part Nos. Where key transitions from a wide base to standard dimensions.T.010 inch depth not to exceed 5.O.2585-inch minimum wall 0.

2484 inches.050 inch maximum over 20 percent of flat surface. (d) Shotpeen.8309 inch.020 inch deep or cover more than 0. part Kos. Spot corrosion may be removed to a depth of 0. No area of rework shall be more than 0. but not to exceed 5. (e) Mask all radius areas and keyways. Rubber gloves should be worn to avoid skin contact. ( g ) Bake. Specification MPG-81322.24981 5.only: a Grind entire width of two steering bracket reE'er keyways not to exceed 0. .00 inch radius.2298 inches minimum outside diameter. 4 Additional rework for outer cylinders.025/side). (h) Grind to finish dimension. Pack area fill and completely with grease. Feather all plating between 0. (0 Chrome plate bearing land flats and grind to finish dimension. (1) If no more than 20 percent of chrome surface is pitted. Wear an organic type respirator to avoid inhalation effects if vapors are identified by smell. In addition. clean surface thoroughly with trichloroethane. Federal Specification 0-T-620. Edges of all reworked areas will be blended into adjacent area.010 inch fmm maximum to zero thickness fkom intersection of radius and tangent on both sides of plated surface. These areas should be blended.030 to 0. width of rework being ten times the depth. If above conditions cannot be met. 482-23-3 NOTE All polishing shall be accomplished so that polishing marks are on longitudinal axis of outer cylinder. 371675. No area of spot rework on lands shall be greater than one square inch.550 (0. Keys that fit into sleeve bracket will have to be manufactured per subparagraph 3 above. (k) After plating. bearing lands must be replated. Depth of material removal in keyway is limited such that remaining cylinder wall thickness is 0. (b) Raised bearing lands which are corroded may be ground as necessary to remove corrosion. No two areas shall be closer than one-half inch apart.752 inch maximum inside diameter. replating is not required. 5. ( 6 ) Lugs on Outer Cylinder: (a) Extend side brace lug service wear limit to 0.5 square inch of area. Blend all rework areas with a 1.830010. 6) Vacuum cadmium plate remaining area in conjunction with outer cylinder exterior surface. (c) Bake. (b) Remove corrosion that cannot be removed within service limit of above by honing or line reaming to 0. (i) Bake.T. Use only in well-ventilated area.and 3303589. a WARNING Trichloroethane vapors are extremely hazardous if inhaled in high concentration.130 inch minimum.O. no two areas of rework shall be closer than one inch.

Type 11.530 inches.5. 1 Isolated pits remaining after grind shall be removed by locally polishing at a depth of 0. -5 Grind ID to 5.2366 inch& minimum. -2 Cylinder lower threads . Type 11. The chamfer of OD of 68D29135-49 bushing shall be increased to 45 degrees x 0. If corrosion exists after grinding. -1 Bake for four hours at 375 (e5)OF. Class 3. Part Nos. Specification MIL-S-81733. 2 Shotpeen in accordance with Specification m-S-13165. 355845-1 only. If corrosion is over entire surface area.0051-0.O. Sulfamate nickel plating per MIL-STD-868 may be used as an alternate method.5014 inches. 352607 and 355845-1: (a) Grind inside diameter for steering bracket to remove corrosion but not to exceed 5. remove by local polishing. Locally polish isolated pits as required up to 0. 4S2-233 (c) Manufacture bushing from 4330 steel.030 x 45" (d) Apply wet sealant.000 psi per Specification MIL-H-6875. (c) (Part No.7495 inch Finish ID: 0.Specification MIL-C-8837.030 inch fillet radius.(3). Type II. -1 Bake at 375 (k25)OFfor four hours. and MIL-STD-866. Chrome plate ID and grind to 5.030 inch maximum depth. Fade shotpeeninfin surfaces adjacent to reworked areas. not to exceed more than 30 percent of either surface.T. grind ID oversize 0.010 inch depth for 30 percent of surface. Maintain a finish of 32 RMS surface roughness with a minimum radius of 0.5014 inches.030 inch. Thread root may be reworked to a depth of 0.500 inch blending reworked area into parent metal. 2 Bake as per subparagraph 2-4b. 3 Vacuum cadmium plate in accordance with.5000/5.3750-inch steering cylinder hole may be removed to an ID of 1.030 inch in depth or 35 percent of surface area. Reworked major diameters will be as follows: 1 Steering collar mounting threads 5.020 inch depth. Part No.010 inch maximum. (c) If corrosion still remains after grinding ID at 5.252 inches in accordance with MIL-STD1501.0001240. (b) If corrosion cannot be removed in accordance with subparagraph (a). Dimensions: OD 0.020 inch.) Corrosion and other defects on ID of 1. Type 11.250 (st0. heat treated to 220. (7) Nut.374511. Class 3.7500 (+0. Grind per MIL-STD-866 to 250 RMS or better surface finish.040 inch depth maximum not to exceed 30 percent of circumference.b. 0.480 inch during grinding.b. Remove corrosion on flat surfaces by locally polishing or air blasting with aluminum oxide grit or suitable substitute until corrosion products are removed.831910.25015. Corrosion in excess of above repair will be cause for replacement. 2 Chrome plate either or both surfaces as required and grind to drawing dimensions.272 inches.5993 inches. The 0.170-inch diameter opening at bottom of this hole should not be enlarged. 352604: .0003 inch minimum thickness.540 inches for flame spray repair per MTL-STD868 using METCO 451 material.005 maximum.(3).(3).8320 inch ID 0. Sulfamate nickel plating per MTL-STD-868 may be used as an alternate method. The 1. 4 Chrome plate inside diameter of collar per MPSTD-1501. 2 Shotpeen ID.250 bore) by locally polishing not in excess of 0.1116 inches minimum.500 inch thickness will not be reduced below 0. -3 Bake as per subparagraph 2-4. Steering Threads on Outside of Outer Cylinder: (a) Threads with minor surface corrosion may be reworked by glass bead blasting per MLSTD-1504. -6 Bake as per subparagraph 2-4.Class 3. Change 1 2-15 . Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5. Walls of reworked portion of hole should be blended with bottom of hole using 0.010) Chamfer end: 0. grind ID to maximum of 5. Chrome plate is in accordance with MTL-STD-1501. (b) Remove corrosion from plane surfaces of steering bracket arms (areas adjacent to 5. Corrosion removal shall be limited to 45 percent of surface area and 0.500015.I (a) Remove corrosion from inside diameter by locally polishing or grinding sufficiently to remove defects but not to exceed 0.03010. (9) Steering Collar (68).035 inch. 1 Shotpeen reworked surface. but is less than 0.000)inch Length: 0.749010. I (8) Steering Bracket (651.01010. grind either or both surfaces 0. and press bushing into place.

D. Chrome plate either or both surfaces as required and finish grinding to final dimension of 2. Machine top portion of bushing to conform to contour shown in figure 2-5.003 AFTER REAMING REAM TO REFINISH I.750 inches. 0.2500/ 0. into place.5000 inch bore) by locally polishing.020 inch maximum per MPSTD-866. ~ake-fourho& -at 375 (lt25)OF and magnetic-particle inspect per T. Shotpeen affected areas 0. Specification MIL-S81733.0045 REMOVAL AFTER BORING OPERATION DRILL 8 LINE' REAM 0. 0. but not to exceed 0.2508 inch hole as shown. repair in accordance indications. 33B-1-1. (11) Pulley Mounting Lugs: (a) A bent lug may be straightened by applying sufficient force to lug to restore it to its proper position.0101 0.003/0. Do not exceed more than 20 percent of eicher surface. Counterbore bottom 0.01010.2508 DIA a loo Figure 2-5.898) of hole as shown.014 inch A* intensity per Specification MIL-S13165.450 R . (10) Steering collar sleeves (71. may be machined to bring them back to size provided they meet all print dimensions after rework. Ream and hone as noted to establish fGal inside diameter (0. DIA. 4S2-23-3 -3 Bake for four hours a t 375 (e5)OF. HCNE TO FINISH I.O.7481 2.O. Remove surfaces of steering collar (areas adjacent to 5. Apply wet sealant. figure 2-11 which are worn such that they are no longer within print tolerances.D. Magnetic-particle inspect for cracks per T.002/0. Drill and ream 0. .100 inch deep as shown in figure 2-5.T.O. Pulley Mounting Lugs Repair 0. 68D29135-91. (b) Broken and cracked lugs shall be repaired by boring broken lugs (left or right) on centerline of attached lug as shown in figure 2-5. to inside diameter and press bushing.020 inch d e ~ t h .89710. Grind either or both surfaces 0. 33B-1-1 for crack appear. part No.014 inch A2 intensity per Specification MILS-13165. If with subpsragaph (b).250010. Shotpeen hole inside diameter surfaces 0.

All notes and concentricities will control rework limits. Grind back to drawing finish dimension of 3.9825 inches. (2) Plug Surface: Assembly. Rework part Nos. 340877. 355400. (c) If defects are not found. (dl If defects are found.465011. Replace and grind to Nital etch inspection must be accoml plished by qualified p e r s o ~ eonly. This does not apply to sealing surfaces. and bearing areas.00131 1. Wall material thickness of 0. (a) If corrosion cannot be removed within above wear limits. Type I .4675 inches for installation of oversize bushings. Specification =-I8660. (b) Nital etch inspect. Class A. (el Bake. . shotpeen and apply a film of compound.500 inches maximum. PistonlAxle Assembly (25): (1) Vacuum cadmium plate all external surfaces not chrome plated including lugs.8078 inches. chromeplate OD per MIL-STD-1501. It may be necessary to remove some of the chromium plating that extends into affected area. grind outer surface areas sufficiently to remove corrosion but not to exceed 0. recondition surface by grinding sufficiently to remove defects but not to exceed a minimum diameter of 3.155 inch. over cadmium plate on ID of the axle only. Type II. Specification MIL-C27725B.1439 inch minimum after final grind. lug ID. before plating. (3) Actuator lug bushings (21) should have the following face-to-face dimensions when installed: (a) Cylinder.Class 3. (4) Magnetic-particle inspect 0. (Allow for eccentricity between inner and outer diameters when determining wall thickness. (f) Bake. Shotpeen. Class 3. not to exceed 3.93310.0023 face. A minimum wall thickness of 0. bore or ream boss oversize 1.50-inch radius below piston chrome in accordance with section IV. must be maintained or part will be condemned. .00 inch radius. (g) Shotpeen.) Inspect frequently to ensure a minimum amount of material removal. (3) Upper piston head bearing areas OD and ID.441 inches.50 to 1. Plate ID of axle. (a) If cracks are not found. (fl Nital etch inspect. Maintain a 32 RMS finish and a 0.020 inch and not to exceed more than 20 percent of surface areas. polish radius and relief. Cylinder Mating (a) Locally polish or grind isolated corrosion not to exceed a depth of 0. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer. e. (a) Grind corrosion from upper piston head OD as required. Plating on ID of piston is optional (figure 2-31. 4S2-23-3 d.171 inch shall be maintained after final grind before plating. Type 11.O. (h) Bake. and 388028. 371675: 1. Plug Assembly (76. (g) Grind to drawing dimensions.810013. drawing specification. 7926628 and 357370: 0. part No. (d) Shotpeen. Provide adequate ventilation during f luorescent-penetrant inspection. figure 2-1). (2) Local polish minor blemishes within wear tolerance of table 2-2. If plated surface of piston is worn beyond tolerance or damaged by corrosion. (b) Cylinder.020 inch in diameter. hand file or polish sufficiently to remove defects. Apply corrosion-preventive coating.T. part Nos. (h) Bake. (1) Extend service wear limits of pin boss inside diameter to 1. (b) If corrosion exceeds 20 percent of surface area.7878 inches minimum and ID to 3.943 face-to-face. (el Chrome plate outside diameter of cylinder mating surface per MILSTD-1501. (c) Bake. but not to a wall thickness less than 0.

part No.3760-inch inside diameter surface of torque arm attaching lugs of piston is worn. including lugs. . galled or scored fulcnun bearing journals sufficiently to remove defects.060 3 No more than 30 percent of any one square inch-of area is affected by polishing. scored or pitted. (2) Bearing Journals: (a) Grind pitted.9830 inches nor greater than 2. (b) On inner bearing journals.595 inch thick shall be condition condemned (do not include bushing flange in this dimension). Blend polished areas smoothly with surrounding areas.880 inches.010 to 11. (c) Mask areas adjacent to journals to ensure plating does not run out on radius and relief. (7) Corroded ID bulkhead seal may be repaired as follows: (a) Machine inner diameter as required to 3. except do not plate internal cavities of fulcrum assembly (figure 2-4). to grind back to finish size.003 inch. Shotpeen. (dl Chrome plate per MILSTD-1501. f. (dl Chrome plate sufficiently. both sides. (6) If 1.4993-inch ID. and bearing areas.585 inch width between threads and splines). (3) Bearing land area between threads and splines (0. repair as follows: NOTE Pistons having torque arm attaching lugs less than 0.9950 inches. -3 Bake.375011. (b) Install oversize bushings as specified in table 2-2. (b) Shotpeen. minor blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 No more than 20 percent of bearing area is affec-ted by polishing. 240877-605.4210 inches (minimum diameter). 4S2-23-3 ( 5 ) Inspect wheel bearing journals of axle for wear.060 inch chamfer.35014. 2 Depth of polishing does not exceed 0. Line ream bushings to dimensional limits specified in table 2-2. (c) Shotpeen. Maintain original 45 (e5I0 by 0.T. galls. OD sufficient 6 remove defects. Fulcrum Assembly (14.015 inch material removal on diameter. 2 Grind each inner journal to a . radius. lug IDS. M i a h u m allowable wall thickness after polishing is 0. (b) Bake. (el Bake. they may be further reworked by local hand polishing over not more than two square inches total area on each journal. minor blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 No more than 20 percent of bearing area is affe&d by polishing to a depth not to exceed 0.Class 3. - -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 Bake. (c) Acceptable face-to-face dimension of inner bearing flanges is 12. scoring.016 mnm'murn.O. 10 Bake. (g) Fluorescent-penetrant inspect per Specification MIL-1-6866. Bake. Chrome plate. If defects remain. (a) Line ream inside diameter of lugs to clean up bores but not to exceed 1. such that no single area of polishing is larger than one square inch and such that no two areas of polishing are within one inch of each other. not less than 2. - 3 No more than 30 percent of any one square inch-of area is affected by polishing.510 inch for pistonlaxle assembly.003 inch. and grind to finish drawing dimensions and tolerances. (fl Grind and chamfer to drawing dimensions. (c) If damage is more extensive: 1 Grind outer journals sufficiently to remove defgcts not to exceed 0. Grind to drawing specifications. 4 Nital etch inspect. -2 No pit edge is sharper than 0. Face bushing flanges to an outside dimension of 4. and pits. figure 2-11: (1) Vacuum cadmium plate all surfaces not chrome plated. but not less than 2. (a) On outer bearing journals.348 inches. Type 11.

T.O. 4S2-23-3
(a) Grind corrosion from 1.874 OD to a
minimum of 1.86211.864 OD. Shotpeen chromium
plate in accordance with MIL-STD-1501 LHE,Type
11, Class 3, and grind to finish drawing dimensions
and tolerances. Chromium plating thickness should
not be less than 0.003 inch. Chromium plating
crack inspection criteria shall be consistent with
MIL-STD-1501, Type II, Class 3, except plated area
shall be visually inspected under a white (oblique)
light rather than dye-penetrant and black light.

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(4). Cylinder attaching surface ID keyways,
bottom face and top face, and runout area between
ID and facings. Fulcrum, part Nos. 388072,371672,
and 340872.
(a) Cylinder attaching surface.
1 Rework by locally polishing to
remove coGsion from ID, providing depth of pitting
does not exceed 0.015 inch per wall and does not
exceed 10 percent of surface area. If extensive
rework is required, grind ID of fulcrum, part No.
388072-9, oversize to 4.516 inches or 4.020 inches
for fulcrum, part No. 340872. Localized pitting
remaining after tbis has been accomplished shall be
removed by local polishing to above criteria. Shotpeen, chromium plate, and grind to finish drawing
dimensions and tolerances per MILSTD-1501,
Type II, Class 3. Chrome plate runout is allowable
up to 114 inch from the edges of the keyways.
(b) Keyways.
1 Remove corrosion to 0.010 inch
depth by grass bead blasting in accordance with
MIL-STD-1504. Shotpeen and vacuum cadmium
plate.
(c) Bottom and top faces and runout
areas.
1 Grind corrosion from bottom and top
faces not to-exceed minimum dimensions shown as
A, figure 2-7. Maintain radius of runout areas not
to exceed a minimum wall thickness (B,figure 2-71,
either side of fulcrum. Shotpeen and vacuum cadmium plate reworked areas.
(5) Threaded ends.
(a) Cracks which extend from end of fulcrum into cotter pin holes need not be reworked.
(b) Cracks which originate in cotter pin
holes and extend towards center of fulcrum may be
removed by blending the crack out. Use a 1/16 inch
diameter cutter to blend out. Maximum material
removal to blend out crack is 0.020 inch.
(c) Cracks which originate at outboard
end of fuicrum and extend towards the center will
be removed by blending out. Use a 5/32 to 5/16 inch

diameter cutter to blend out. Maximum length of
crack is 0.250 inch.
(dl Remove only sufficient material to
eliminate cracks. Maintain a 125 RMS or better
surface finish.
(el Limit of four cracks per end and only
one crack per 90 degree quadrant, i.e., one crack
between a pair of cotter pin holes.
g. Steering Collar Sleeve (71, figure 2-1):
(1) If not previously accomplished, rework
keyway slot depth to 0.625 inch maximum to obtain
a 0.090/0.110 inch radius in comers.
(2) If cracks are evident in keyway comers
and do not exceed 1/32 inch in depth, smooth and
blend in with radius.
(3) Cadmium plate ID and ends per MILSTD-870, Type II.
h. Drill two holes 180 degrees apart, 0.387 inch
above bottom face of gland nut (24). The hole size to
be 0.1250 (+0.0015/-0.000) inch in diameter. Install
fitting, part No. NAS-516-1, in each hole.
i. Unless previously accomplished, modify
wave washer (381, cone (361, and key (35) as follows:
(1) Grind inside diameter of wave washer
(381, part No. 360012-1, to 4.110 (f0.010) inches.
(2) Increase inside diameter of cone (361,
part No. 362142-1, to 4.110 (f0.010) inches.
(3) Machine lip dimension of key (351, part
NO. 355245-1, to 0.200 (7t0.005) inch.
j. Keys, part No. MS20066-187, will have four
edges chamfered 0.010/0.015 inch by 45 degrees and
one end chamfered 1/16 inch by 45 degrees to aid in
installation. Chamfer end mates with keyway in
outer cylinder.
k. Replace valve core with a new one (same
type). Check O-ring of air valve assembly plug and
bleeder to ensure a perfect seal during reassembly.
1. Corrosion is allowed on parts in areas not
specifically addressed, but corrosion residue shall
be removed by abrasive blasting. Reworked corrosion areas shall be neutralized.
2-5.

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I

LUBRICATION.

a. Before reassembly, immerse all internal
packings, gaskets, and backup rings in hydraulic
fluid, Specification MPH-5606 or MIL-H-83282.
b. Lubricate pressure points and exterior mating surfaces with grease, Specification MIL-G81322.

Change 1 2-19

24. REASSEMBLY. (See figure 2-11,
Reassembly in reverse order of disassembly, noting the
following exceptions and instructions:

a. Replace all packings and backup rings as
shown in figure 2-6.
b. Before reassembly, immerse all internal
packings, gaskets, and wiper rings in hydraulic
fluid of the same type used in strut.
c. Install seal retainer (57, figure 2-11, by placing cylinder assembly (18) on a bench at a slight
angle with horizontal, with upper end higher than
bottom end. Fit retainer on pins of the wrench, part
No. 404224-1, and insert through bottom of cylinder. Slide guide, part No. 404226-1, ovek end of
wrench shaft and fit into bore in cylinder bottom;
then screw retainer into place and tighten it until
1-112 to 2 threads are visible below bottom of
retainer.
d. Install orifice assembly (59, by first
inserting by hand the nut plate (56) through the
3-718-inch hole located inside cylinder approximately 24 inches above cylinder bottom. Hold nut
plate flat on surface above hole and screw threaded
end of holding rod, part No. 404225, into one of four
nuts on nut plate. Place one orifice assembly
mounting hole over free end of holding rod and slide
orifice assembly into place against shoulder in
cylinder.

The locator pin in orifice assembly
must fit into slot in cylinder shoulder.
Then use screwdriver, part No. 755116, to install
two screws, part No. NAS517-6, (54) to connect
orifice assembly to nut plate. Next, remove holding
rod and install remaining two screws, part No.
NAS517-6.
e. Tighten gland nut (24) until lower bearing
assembly (36, 37, 36) produces 3000 to 4000 inchpounds friction torque against rotation of piston
(25). Check for proper torque by inserting a steel
pipe through axle and attaching a spring scale to

protruding end. Pulling on spring scale, slowly turn
piston axle to left or right. Note reading on spring
scale required to turn axle. Multiply this reading
by distance in inches measured firom the center
between the axles to the scale attach point on the
pipe. If reading is between 3000 to 4000 inchpounds, no further action is required. If this torque
is not obtained, loosen the gland nut and repeat the
procedure. Cycle the gear while making the adjustment to ensure proper seating of the parts. Alternate method for torquing gland nut: torque gland
nut to 100 to 125 foot-pounds.
f. When the cylinder is completely reassembled and tested, flush and drain with hydraulic
fluid, Specification MIL-H-5606 or MIL-H-83282.
Replace valve (2) and plug (4).
g. Seal the thread joint, locking grooves, and
unused locking screw holes of the gland nut (24)
with sealing compound, Specification MILS-81733,
Tgpe II. Seal the mating edges between the cylinder (181, plug (761, and fulcrum (14).

Provide adequate ventilation when
using cleaning solvent. Avoid skin and
eye contact. Do not use near flame,
spark or other source of ignition.

h. Mask all areas not to be painted. Clean all
surfaces to be painted by grit blasting with aluminum oxide, 180 mesh or finer, within four hours of
painting. Immediately prior to painting, wash all
items with acetone or naphtha, etc., and clean rags.
i. Ensue that all blasting residue, grease, and
fingerprints, etc., are removed.

j. Paint in accordance with applicable directives for high-strength steels and accomplish tape
test after drying.

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2-7. INSTAUATION OF BUSHINGS
IN TOROUE
-.ARMS. Bushing shall be installed in the upper
-

-

- - -

andrower torque arms as shown in figure 2-8.

T.O. 4S2-233

NOSE STRUT

DON
C-130A STRUTS WITH PLUG
IN UPPER END.

Figure 2-6. Location of Seals

860 INCH MAXIMUM (MAINTAIN RADIUSES AND ANGULAR REUTIONSHIP) D= 1. 371672 AND 388072 A = 2. 340872 A 12.915 INCH MINIMUM C 12.O.400 INCH MINIMUM B e 0.400 INCH MINIMUM B = 0.540 INCH MINIMUM PART NOS.T. 4S2-233 PART NO.380 INCH W X I M U M (MAINTAIN RADIUSES AND ANGULAR RELATIONSHIP) (MATERIAL REMOVAL SAME ON BOTH SIDES) Figure 2-7. Keyways .

and 127-31 will be strictly adhered to regarding the adequacy of respiratory protection. The provisions of AFOSH Standards 161-1. REWORK FOR UPPER TORQUE ARMS. Provide adequate ventilation during machining.250-inch radius on inboard end of machine cut. Wipe off excess sealant. Class 2.62011. 2-9. 380239-1 and 0. Spot face with a mill machine outside faces to remove wear marks.400 inches for part Nos. (3) Flange width = 0. Type II. Specification MIL-S81733. Length of butting bushing will be cut down to l/2 width of reworked lug.600-inch diameter.78-inch OD typical.402 inches for part Nos.40011.626 inches for part Nos. ventilation. Remove up to 0. a. 161-2. 1.030 inch) out of 4130 steel (heat treat 125 to 145 ksi) to replace regular bushing and bring outside dimension between lugs back to original drawing dimensions. Remove up to 0.035-inch material maximum. Machine inside faces to remove wear marks. REWORK FOR LOWER TORQUE ARMS. and press bushing in place while sealant is damp. 1 b. Bushing to be manufactured fiom same material as torque arm and with the same heat treat. Mixhum lug width after material removal to be 1. Manufacture a flanged bushing as follows: (1) Material 4130 steel.900 inch for part No. 388068-1 and 388068-5.000 inch for part No. Coat OD of bushing with sealant.2-8. and plating operations. Heat treated to 125 to 145 ksi.035-inch material (minimum lug width after removal not to be less than 0. Face-to-face dimension of rework lugs after bushing installation will be 1. but not protruding beyond OD of torque arm. OD of flange to be within 0. and bushing minimum thickness must be 0. 355117-1. 355205-1 and 380240-1 and 1. a. (4) Length of bushing = 112 width of reworked lug. Apex Lugs. Flange thickness to match material removed. Change 3 2-23 I . (5) OD and ID = that of butting bushing. sealing.030 inch OD of torque arm.624 inches for part Nos. Manufacture flange bushing. and personal protective clothing and equipment.62411.030 inch. Flange minimum wall thickness must be 0. (6) Cadimum plate all over per MILSTD870.62211. 355117-1 and 380239-1 and 1. Base Lugs. 4340 steel acceptable substitute material.830 inch). 388069-1 and 388069-5.035 inch minimum. Remove 0. Maintain a 0. Face-to-face dimension of bushings will be 1.035-inch material from inside face of lug &om original drawing dimension. Manufacture a flanged bushing (OD of flange not to extend out beyond torque arm lug OD. (2) Flange OD = 1.39811.

355205-1. AND 388088-5 Figue 2-8.3802341. 42-233 UPPER TORQUE ARM. PART NO.T.3802341. 3880641. Installation of Bushings in Torque Arms (Sheet 1 of 2) 2-24 Change 3 . 3552051. AND 388069-5 UPPER TORQUE ARM.380240-1. 388068-1.O. 388089-1. PART NO. 388066-1. AND 388068-5 / LOWER TORQLIE ARM PART NO. 355117-1. 355117-1. AND 3880694 LINE REAM BUSHING AFER INSTALLAnON UNE REAM BUSHING A F E R INST"LLATI0N LOWER TORQUE ARM PART NO.380240-1.

ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES. AFTER INSTALLATION OF BUSHINGS.622 INCHES FOR PART NOS. CORRESPONDING DIMENSIONS FOR LOWER TORQUE ARM ASSEMBLIES USED IN OTHER STRUT ASSEMBLIES ARE SPECIFIED IN THE DIFFERENCE DATA SHEETS IN SECTION M. CLEAN AND APPLY BEAD OF SEALANT.62d1. SPECIFICATION MILS-8802.NOTE: 1. FEDERAL SPECIFICATION 'IT-N-95. PRIOR TO BUSHING INSTALLATION. Installation of Bushings in Torque Anns (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 3 2-25/(2-26 blank) . 388068-1 AND -5 AND 1. DO NOT INGEST. 380240-1 AND 355205-1 AFTER INSTALLATION OF BUSHINGS. AND WHILE STILL WET. OR EQUIVALENT. SUBZERO INSTALL BUSHING USING DRY ICE AND ALCOHOL. APPLY THIN COAT OF CORROSION-PREVENTTVE COMPOUND. Figure 2-8.398 INCHES FOR PART NOS. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION WHEN USING DRY ICE AND ALCOHOL. AFTER INSTALLATION OF BUSHINGS. SPECIFICATION MILS-8802. SPECIFICATION MILC-16173.40011. CLEAN THE COUNTERSUNK AND CHAMFERED AREAS AND FILL WITH SEALANT. CLEAN PARTS AND BORE WITH ALIPHATIC NAPHTHA. TO ID OF HOUSING. WEAR PROT E C m GLOVES AND PREVENT SKIN CONTACT. MACHINE TO 1. GFtADE 1.

glands is serviced and extended: b. If shock strut assembly need be compressed without the weight of the airplane on it.T. PROCEDURE. Specification MIL-H5606 or MIL-H-83282. 482-23-3 SECTION Ill TEST PROCEDURE 3-1. Then place shock strut in a horizontal position. Maintain shock strut vertically for one hour. Replace filler valve and inflate shock strut with dry air or nitrogen to 300 (110) psi allowing strut to extend. Do not fill through drain plug (4). Stroke the strut several times and recheck fluid level. The purpose of the test is to ensure that there is no leakage past packing when strut . 3-1/(3-2blank) . air must be removed. to the level of filler port. During this time. there should be no leakage of fluid past the glands. Air or nitrogen is to be filtered to remove 98 percent of all foreign matter whose two smallest &ensions are great& than 10 microns and to provide a dryness equivalent to dew point of -5g°F. Test equipment used must be bottled air or nitrogen.O. NOTE After vertical and horizontal test. and hydraulic fluid. 3-2. Specification MIL-H-5606 or MILH-83282. LEAKAGE TEST. b. a. Shock strut should not leak fluid past the gland during a one-hour test period. shock strut assembly may be depressurized or left pressurized as best suited to maintenance needs. a. With shock strut compressed and in a vertical position. remove air-oil filler valve and fill with hydraulic fluid.

REJECTION CRITERIA. f.~ a r t imethod c l e (wet continuous) as set forth in Specification h!UL-1-6878 and T. major surface.) are unacceptable if they cannot be removed by blending. etc. made of 4340 steel heat treated to 260 to 280 h i . Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer. comply with the following special instructions (see figures 4-1 and 4-2): (1) Allow magnetic-particle solution to drain a minimum of one minute after magnetizing. figure 2-11. edges.O. Provide adequate ventilation during f luorescent-penetrant inspection. INSPECTION PROCEDURES. 43. 33B-1-1.O. Standard field indicator. NLG cylinder assembly (18. b. c. 33B-1-1. GENERAL. Laps. d. (2) Inspect inner and outer surfaces after each sequence of magnetizing shots. Magnetic indications in high stress areas (fillets. 4-5. (3) Not more than 10 magnetic indications of any length per 40 square inches and not more than four magnetic indications of any length per one square inch will be permitted. NLG fulcrum assembly (141. and embedded scale are not acceptable.25 seconds.75 to 1. 33B-1-1. Magnetic indications on other surfaces are acceptable if they meet the following criteria: (1) Indicators are not visible when fluorescent inspected per Specification MIL-1-6866. (4) Maintain continuity of magnetic field direction at coil locations. Set timing relay at 0.questionable crack indications. Equipment and materials needed to accomplish required magnetic inspections shall conform to requirements of Specifications MIL-1-6867 and MIL-1-6878 and shall include the following: a. Nonmetallic inclusions may consist of entrapped oxides. made of 4340 steel heat treated to 260 to 280 ksi. Apply longitudinal magnetization in accordance with table 4-2. b. Perform magnetic-particle inspection in accordance with T. e. Method B. 42. 452-233 SECTION IV NONDESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS 4-1. c. Parts to be inspected are: a. Reject part for any crack Inform 00-ALC/LPWE of any . 4-4. silicates. d. and other nonmetallic materials which appear as indications in magnetic-particle inspection. (2) Magnetic indications in machined surfaces shall not exceed 318 inch in length for subsurface indications and 3/16 inch in length for surface indications. 6000 amps. (5) Position coil ID surface adjacent to part. Items inspected per Specification MIL-1-6868 will use the following acceptancelrejection criteria: a. I . or equivalent. holes. d. Nondestructive inspection of nose ar-l shock strut components is accomplished by ~ g n e t i ~ . NSN 6635-00-3910058. b. Type I.O.T. Apply circular magnetization using an insulated central conductor and in accordance with table 4-1. 33~-1-1applying the following factors: b. cold shuts. corners. sulfides. Magnetic inspection unit. keyways.O. c. made of 4340 steel heat treated to 260 to 280 h i . one to two inches in diameter. (3) Position central conductor adjacent to part ID. c. NLG piston assembly (251. cracks. Magnetic-particle concentrate and inspection oil conforming to Specification MIL-1-6868 and mixed as specified by T. Residual magnetism in a part shall not cause a needle def lection of more than k2 points on a standard field indicator. Insulated central conductor. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS. Demagnetize using standard demagnetizing procedure as specified in T. During magnetization and inspection process.O.

F'ulcrum and Cylinder Assemblies Magnetic Inspection Coil Locations and Conductor Positions .O.T. 482-23-3 \ FULCRUM ASSEMBLY 1 **' INSULATED CONDUCTOR ROD Figure 4-1.

4S2-23-3 INSUUTEI) CONDUCTOR ROD Figure 4-2.O.T. Piston Assembly Magnetic Inspection Coil Locations and Conductor Positions G8400158 .

452-23-3 Tabk 4-1. 4 shots.0. PART NAME CONDUCTOR POSITION NO. contact shot 14 Fulcrum Assembly T a b k 4-2. Circular Magnetization FIGURE 2-1 INDEX NO. 90' apart 1(figure 4-11 1500 amps. PART NAME CONDUCTOR POSITION NO.B2 (figure 4-2) 1500 amps with 5-turncoil (7500 amp turns) A1 .A2 (figure 4-2) 1500 amps with 5-turn coil (7500 amp turns) B1.1.A3 (figure 4-1) 1000 amps with 5-turn coil (5000 amp turns) 14 Fulcrum Assembly . CURRENT AND NUMBER OF SHOTS 25 Cylinder Assembly 1(figure 4-11 1000 amps. Longitudinal Magnetization F'IGURE 2-1 INDEX NO. 90' apart. CURRENT AND NUMBER OF SHOTS 25 Cylinder Assembly A1 .A2 (figure 4-1) 1500 amps with 5-turn coil (7500 amp turns) 32 Piston Assembly A1 . 2 shots. central conductor 32 Piston Assembly 1(figure 4-2) 1000 amps. 180' apart 2 (figure 4-2) 1000 amps.

(9) Install bearing (6) in each of the retainers (5). This section covers buildup instructions for the nose landing gear assembly. NOTE lowered. 4S2-23-3 SECTION V NOSE LANDING GEAR BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS 5-1. the splines. lubricate the bearing surfaces. washers (24). (17) Using the spanner wrench. two places. part of 1). No special tools and test equipment are required for buildup other than a suitable support. in collar assembly (part of strut assembly (1)). (14) Install two spacers (10) on each of the steering cylinders (11). (16) If tape was used to hold the spacers (10) in position. (2) Install spacer (2) onto the left-hand arm of the fulcrum (looking forward). part No. two places. (10) Install bearing (6). BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. Specification M1L-G81322. If necessary. a. in bracket assembly (9). (4) Install nuts (4). (19) Install shield (13) and ring (14) on each of the steering cylinder lower trunnions. (8) Install retainer (5). part No. washer (20). back off on the nut only enough to align the lockscrew hole with the slot in the strut. Torque the nut to 210 (f10) foot-pounds. sling or airplane nose landing gear attachments. tighten the nut (8). NOTE Do not attach steering cylinder (11) rod ends to steering collar (7) a t this time. two places. and cotter pin (25). This will prevent the keys slipping in the keyways. Build up the nose landing gear assembly in accordance with the following instructions (see Figure 5-1): (1) Using grease. service the strut in accordance with the applicable technical manual. Additional nose landing gear assemblies are covered by difference data sheets in section VI. (22) Using bolt (19). 363590-1A. (20) Install nut (16) on link end (17).T. part No. (18) Install the lockscrew in nut (8). (11) Support the steering collar (7). GENERAL. attach link end (18) to bracket assembly (22). (6) Install the strut assembly (1)in a holding fixture or the airplane to support the strut in the vertical position. (23) Install the bracket assembly (22) and Secure in place with pin (23). (12) Remove retainer screw and using a spanner wrench. 5-2. (5) Cover the ends of the fulcrum with polyethylene or other suitable protective covering. Screw on the nut sufficiently to locate the steering cylinders. and nut (21).O. Ensure that the steering collar (7) is adequately supported before nut (8) is Change 7 51 . Assemble the nose landing gear components onto the strut assembly in the order of the index numbers assigned to Figure 5-1. (7) If not previously accomplished. 396175-13. loosen nut (8). (24) Install spacer (261. two places. (3) Install bearings (3). MS20995C32. using strut assembly. safetywire using lockwire. (21) Screw link end (17) into link end (18). and the threads of the fulcrum (Figure 5-1. (15) Locate the steering cylinders (11)in the collar assembly and raise the bracket assembly (9) and nut (8). this must now be removed. two places. (13) Lower nut (8) and bracket assembly (9). A small piece of tape may be used to hold the lower spacers in position until the cylinders are installed.

washer (631. (27) Build up manifold assembly (33) in accordance with paragraph 5-3. secure in position with two bolts (34). (36) Install washer (43) and nut (44) on bolt (38) holding steering linkage in place. MS20995C32. Federal Specification W-P-236. ensure the steering cylinder (11) roll pin is aligned with the detent inside the manifold. (31) Using bolt (41). two washers (351. (33) Tighten the nut (16) on the link end (17) and verify that the length of the steering linkage is unchanged. secure in position with two bolts (28). Tighten the nut only sufficiently to remove bolt endplay. (35) Safetywire the link end (17). 23 and 34). (25) Build up manifold assembly (27) in accordance with paragraph 5-3.O. (49) Install two nuts (74) and retainers (75) in the fulcrum of strut assembly (1). and gasket (50) on each of two unions (51). washer (681. with petrolatum. ring (521. Install cotter pin (65). as necessary. Attach bracket (71) to fulcrum using screw (72) in the forward position and screw (73) in the aft position.170 (fO. Tighten the fittings. Tighten fittings on tube assemblies. with petrolatum. (41) Install one of the unions (51) in each of the steering cylinders (11). two washers (29). The dimension between the top of the steering collar (7) and the bottom of the pulley (42) is to be 0. Tighten the nuts. and two nuts (30). lubricate with petrolatum. Install manifold assembly (27) in the left-hand position (looking forward). 1 Prior to installing the manifold (27 and 331. (34) Verify that the bracket (22) will move the required travel without interference. The outboard elbow (58) should face 45 degrees aft and the inboard elbow (59) should face to the left. (40) Install a nut (53). (46) Position the two elbows (58 and 59) on top of manifold assembly (27). (29) Loosely install link end (17) (of steering linkage) to steering valve (37). 5-2 Change 7 (38) Install a nut (49). (39) Install one of the unions (47) in each of the steering cylinders (11). and gasket (46) on end of two unions (47). so that the center of the pulley of steering collar (7) is aligned with the bottom of pulley (42). (43) Lubricate the threads of elbows (56) and adjacent unions (Figure 5-2. (44) Install tube assembly (Figure 5-1. two places.T. Tighten nuts (55) on elbows (56). (47) Install arm assembly (61) with the grease fitting pointing downwards. Secure in position with bolt (62). Failure to line up the steering cylinder roll pin could cause damage to the nose landing gear system. adjust the length of the steering linkage. Secure each rod end with bolt (67). readjust length if necessary. 4S2-23-3 (37) Remove pulley (42) and bolt (41) temporarily installed in subparagraph (31). (45) Install tube assembly (57). . Two seals (66) are installed per rod end. the longer arm of the tube assembly attaches to the upper union. Federal Specification W-P-236. 541. Federal Specification W-P-236. use bolt (38) to hold the link end (17) in place. temporarily install pulley (42) on the outboard end of bracket assembly (22). two places. (28) Install the manifold assembly (33). (32) With valve (37) in the neutral position.O1O) inch. Relative motion must be prevented in both directions. Tighten the nuts finger tight and install cotter pins (70). nut (161. and nut (69). Federal Specification W-P-236. lubricate with petrolatum. and nut (64). tighten further only if required to align the cotter pin holes. Tighten the two nuts (60). Install the free ends of the tube assemblies (31 and 32) in the manifold assembly (33). The arm assembly should not fall under its own weight but still should move fairly easily. (48) Attach the rod ends for each steering cylinder (11)to the steering collar (7). (42) Lubricate the threads of unions (47 and 51) installed in subparagraphs (39) and (411. Tighten the nuts. and two nuts (36). Tighten nut finger tight and install cotter pin (45). and link end (18) together using lockwire. ring (481. (30) Install nut (39) with retainer (40) in the outboard position of bracket assembly (22). part No. (26) Install tube assemblies (31 and 32) in the manifold assembly (27).

O. (53) Attach brace assemblies (82 and 83).T. Tighten the nut. (51) Attach brace assemblies (82 and 83) to the strut assembly (1). 482-23-3 (50) Build up cylinder and tubing assembly (76) in accordance with paragraph 5-3. (54) Install bushing (89) and arm (90) on bolt (91). (52) Install spacer (86) on the cylinder and tubing assembly (76) with the chamfer of the spacer facing the shoulder on the cylinder cap.2 Blank) . do not tighten a t this time. washer (79).l/(5-2. washer (80) and nut (81). and nut (95). Tighten the nuts. Install bushings (84) and nuts (85). (56) bolt (91). Install cylinder and tubing assembly (76) with the rod end grease fitting downwards. secure in position with rings (87). hold in position with bolt (77). Change 7 5-2. (55) Install torque arm (92) with grease fitting forward. washer (94). Hold torque arm (92) in position with (57) Attach arm (93). washer (781.

363590-1A SlRUT ASSEMBLY 338948 SPACER DP3SB BEARING (2 REQD) MS21025-28 NUT (2 REQD) 355844-1 RETAINER (2 REQD) KWB1555G BEARING (4 REQD) STEERING C O W (PARTOF 1) NUT (PARTOF 1) BRACKEiASSEMBLY (PART OF 1 ) 358019-1 SPACER (4 REQD) B95568-1 STEERING CWNDER (2 REQD) NOT USED 35617 5 1 SHIELD (2 REQD) MSl6624-1050 RING (2 REQD) 363725-1 PIN @RAG BRACE) 14 El TYPICAL BOTH STEERING CYLINDERS Figure 5-1. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 1 of 9) . 14. 11. 13.T. 8.O. 5. 4. 3. 2. 9. 10. 7. 4S2-233 1. 12. 15. 6.

MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD) . 31 32. AN96OD416 WASHER (2 REQD) 36. 30.1 TUBE ASSEMBLY 354643-8 TUBE ASSEMBLY M A N I F 0 LD ASSEMBLY A N 174. 452-233 AN316-4R NUT 354553-1 LlNK END 345571 L l N K END NAS334CPA13 BOLT AN960-416 WASHER NAS679A4 NUT 339270 BRACKET ASSEMBLY AN394-49 PIN AN960-416L WASHER (2 REQD) MS24665. 34 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY AN174-15 BOLT (2 REQD) AN9600416 WASHER (2 REQD) MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD) 354643.O.15 1 COTTER PIN 351505 SPACER (2 REQD) 27.15 BOLT (2 REQD) 35. 33. 28. Figure 5-1. 29. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 2 of 9) .T.

54.29. FIGURE5-2) Figure 5-1. SAME AS 21. 60. 52. 50. 4S2-233 7 (REF) 37. SAME AS 47. AN8326 UNION (2 REQD) AN62916 RlNG (2 REQD) AN62846 NUT (2 REQD) 342628285 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) AN62896 NUT (2 REQD. 59. 40.O. FIGURE 52) AN62898 NUT (2 REQD. 48. 45. FIGURE 52) AN8334 ELBOW (SAME AS 50. 42.32. 39. FIGURE 5-2) AN833-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. 47.T. 55. 44. 46. 38. 59. 0-160 0*1m 0 6950694 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PART OF 27) AN173-6BOLT 2752-048 NUT LS48934 RETAINER AN4H14A BOLT MS20219-4 PULLEY AN960-10 WASHER AN310-3 NUT MS24665-134C O l T 3 PIN AN6290-6 GASKET (2 REQD) AN=-6 UNION (2 REQD) AN6291-6 RING (2 REQD) AN62846 NUT (2 REQD) AN62904 GASKET (2 REQD) 51. FIGURE 5-2) 342628266TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) AN8334 ELBOW ( W E AS 57. 54. 57. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 3 of 9) G9100753 . SAME AS 18. 56. 41. 43. 58. 49.

66. 70. 4S2-23-3 TYPICAL BOTH 64 61. 74. 72. 7 I. 67. 3551 17-1 ARM ASSEMBLY 356028-1 BOLT AN960-1416 WASHER AN32C-14 NUT MS24665-359 COTTER PIN 351516 SEAL (4 REQD) NASI 108-221) BOLT (2 REQD) AN960-816 WASHER (2 REQD) AN320-8 NUT (2 REQD) MS24665-134 COTTER P I N (2 R 339269 BRACKET NAS5 17-4-7 SCREW NAS517-4-14 SCREW 2752-048 NUT (2 REQD) LS4893-4 RETAINER (2 REOD) Figure 5-1. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 4 of 9) . 69. 73. 64. 63. 68.T.O. 65. 75. 62.

80.T. 338956 WASHER MS20002C 12 WASHER MS20002. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 5 of 9) . 83. 85. 84. 4S2-233 76 - 396175-23 CYLINDER A N D TUBING ASSEMBLY n. 86. . 338949 BOLT 78. 81 82.O.126 NUT 345726 BRACE ASSEMBLY 345726 BRACE ASSEMBLY NAS75-20-007 BUSHING (2 REQD) AN364-1614C NUT (2 REQD) 345731 SPACER MS16624-1200 R I N G (2 REQD) Figure 5-1.12 WASHER 52NTE7627. 79. 87.

119. 109. 93. 482-23-3 88. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 6 of 9) . NOT USED L52326-1850. 90. 9192.O. 98.120 BUSHING 353470-3 ARM 356028-1 BOLT 355205. 105. 110. 107. 115. 96. 100.1 TORQUE ARM 353470-4 ARM AN960-1416 WASHER AN320-14 NUT MS20008-91 BOLT MS20002C8 WASHER AN960-816 WASHER 57585-820 NUT MS24665-359 COTTER P I N H3004 VIBRATION INSULATOR (2 REQD) 343060 LINK AN7-25 BOLT AN310-7 NUT 344070 BOLT AN960-1016 WASHER (3 REQD) NAS43HT10-24 SPACER (2 REQD) AN960-816 WASHER AN320-8 NUT MS24665-298 COTTER PIN AN7-25 BOLT 112. 102. 89. 97. 108. 1 13. 99. 106.T.1 CROSSBAR AN6-12 BOLT AN310-6 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN NOT USED NAS1104-18D BOLT (4 REQD) N O T USED MS21042-4 NUT (4 REQD) Figure 5-1. 116. 114. 1 11 . 101. 103. 122. 120. 95. 94. 104. 117. 121. 118. AN310-7 NUT MS24665-298 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 357918-1 FITTING 357771.

4S2-23-3 TOP VlEW 344069 CAP 355327-1 HANDLE ASSEMBLY AN4-15 BOLT AN310-4 NUT 3553261 BOLT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN 339271 CABLE ASSEMBLY MS24665-132 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) NAS42HT-6-32 SPACER AN520-IOR 18 SCREW AN960-10L WASHER NAS679A3 NUT 339288 BRACKET N O T USED MS27039-1-21 SCREW (2 REQD) NOT USED AN960DlO WASHER (2 REQD) MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) C Figure 5-1.T.O. Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 7 of 9) .

Nose Landing Gear Assembly (Sheet 8 of 9) . 154. 152. 155. 143. 147. 148. 156. 150. 144. 4S2-23-3 14 1. 142. 2752-048 NUT MS202 19-4 PULLEY 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416LWASHER NAS1304. 149. 15 1. 157. 146.15H BOLT 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416L WASHER 2752-048 NUT (2 REQD) LS4893-4 RETAINER (2 REQD) MS20219-4 PULLEY (4 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 339272-3 GUARD PIN (6 REQD) AN960-416L WASHER (4 REQD) AN4HlJA BOLT (2 REQD) AN4-24 BOLT AN310-4 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN Figure 5-1. 153. 158. 159. 145.O.T.

Nose Innding GearAssembly (Sheet 9 of 9) .T. MS21025-39 NUT (2 REQD) 164. AN960-IOWASHER (2 REQD) 166. 339242-3 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 162. MS21258C39 WASHER (2 REQD) 163. 4S2-23-3 160. AN815-6 U N I O N (PART OF 76) 168.O. AN833-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. NAS623-3-8 SCREW (2 REQD) 165. MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) 167. PART OF 76) Figure 5-1. 337119 COLLAR (2 REQD) 161.

Deburr arms (90 and 93). AN6-12 (1161. tighten bolt (127) until the bolt head contacts the arm bushing. 4S2-233 NOTE Perform subparagraphs (58) through (60) only if a new arm (90 andlor 93) is being installed. NOTE Subparagraph (75) may be accomplished during operational checkout if the nose landing gear is assembled on the airplane. tighten the bolt. The bolt. (73) Unsnap the handle assembly (124) from the arm lug and back off on the bolt one-half turn. (c) Repeat subpargraph (b) with the steering valve in the opposite extreme position. Verify that the handle assembly can be rotated clockwise to align with the ann assembly (61) and that the handle will snap into the arm lug. (62) Tighten nut (95) installed in subparagraph (57) only enough to provide a drag on the torque arm (92) so that it requires from 1 to 15 footpounds to move the torque arm (92). k o m the other side of the strut. (74) Completely unscrew and remove bolt (127) and separate arm assemblies (61 and 92). (60) Clean the metal chips from the strut. washer (97) against bolt head. is a safety link for tow overload protection. Locate bracket (135) and secure in I .install bolt (105). (70) Attach cap (123) to handle assembly (124).O. (66) Install bolt (111) in the upper hole in the link (102).5020-inch diameter using hole in the strut to locate the reamer. Tighten nut (117) and install cotter pin (118). The longer end of the cable goes around the pulley in a clockwise direction when viewed from the top. washer (1331. Install spacer (1311. Then increase pressure to 3700 psi and hold for one minute. the nut and bolt are ' 5-12 Change l only being used to hold the cap and handle assembly together. (76) Attach cable assembly (129). two spacers (1071.three washers (1061. Using the cap (123) and handle assembly (1241. (78) Route the other end of the cable around the collar pulley. and nut (134). (69) Install crossbar (115) in arms (90 and 93). Secure in position with four bolts (120) and nuts (122). secure in place with bolt (116) and nut (117). Do not tighten nut (126) at this time. Tighten the nut (109) finger tight only and install cotter pin (110). Tighten nut (112) and install cotter pin (113). (68) Attach fitting (114) to crossbar (115). attach nut (112). Tighten the nut (99). install bolt (125) and nut (126). Bleed the steering cylinders to remove all of the air. Replace the bolt (127) in the arm assembly (61). (75) Perform a checkout of the hydraulic steering system as follows: (a) Connect a hydraulic test set to the steering valve. (64) Position the link (102) so that the lower bolt (103) can be installed. (dl Disconnect the hydraulic test set. washer (981. ream hole to 0. Tighten the nut (126) installed in subparagraph (70) and install cotter pin (128). The pressure line is attached to the elbow (58) and the return line to elbow (59). (67) Tighten nut (104) installed in subparagraph (64) and install cotter pin (113). (59) Repeat subparagraph (58) for arm (93). (77) Route the longer end of the cable clockwise around the collar pulley. The swaged bead fits in the collar pulley (7) and is held in position with two cotter pins (130). washer (108). (61) Secure arms (90 and 93) in position using bolt (961. (72) Remove the cap and handle assembly (124) and reposition it so that it is displaced 45 degrees counterclockwise from the arm (61). and nut (109). Refinish using brush alodine per Specification MIL-C-5541. part No. (71) Position the arm (61) and torque arm (92) together and install bolt (127). (65) Align the large hole in the link (102) and the hole in the strut (1). (63) Install the two vibration insulators (101) in the strut assembly (1). Tighten the nuts. (b) Actuate the steering valve to the full right or left position and apply low hydraulic pressure. screw (1321. There shall be no damage or evidence of leakage. Do not substitute. (58) Swing arm (90) into position. Install the bolt (103) and attach nut (104). and nut (99).T. and snap the handle assembly into the arm lug.5000 to 0.

Install cotter pin (159). Safetywire the bolt head with lockwire. washer (1481. Locate the guard pins (147) and tighten bolt (41). bolt (1571. (4) Install plug ( 6 ) in valve body (1) and tighten. (96) Cap exposed union (167) and four elbows (58. wheel. 53. Retighten to 50 foot-pounds while manually rotating. (87) Install thread protector. and install on axles. washers (1391. Manifold Assembly Buildup. omit subparagraph (7). (91) Place inboard bearing in each of the wheels and assemble grease seal. MS20995C32. (89) Lubricate the axles with grease. washer (1531. Tighten each nut (163) to 100 foot-pounds while manually rotating wheel.59. part No. (95) Lubricate two washers (162) and two nuts (163) with grease. Specification MIL-G-81322. two guard pins (1541. (6) Install plug (8) in valve body (1). and bolt (41). part No. two washers (1551. and 168). two guard pins (1541.O. two guard pins (154). Locate the guard pins (154) and tighten bolt (156). part No. (97) Lubricate all grease fittings with grease. (86) Coil and tie the loose ends of the cable (129). MS20995C32. Safetywire the bolt head with lockwire. If not a t a locking position. and nuts (140). and nut (158) in the forward end of the bracket (71). Safetywire the bolt head with lockwire. a. MS20995C32. Specification MIL-G81322. washer. two guard pins (1431. and bolt (156) in the inboard rear position on bracket (71). Route the cable under and around the pulley (142). (2) Install spring (3) and retainer (4). washer (1451. 4S2-233 position with two screws (137). 40 drill. (85) Loosely install two pulleys (1521. back off to zero but with all parts still seated. Safetywire the bolt head with lockwire. 340714. (82) Install two nuts (150) and two retainers (151) in bracket (71). and bolt (156) in the outboard rear position on bracket (71). Locate the guard pins (154) and tighten bolt (156). lubricate with petrolatum. Route the cable under and around the pulley (42). lubrtcate with petrolatum. (7) Using a No. and nut (166) in each nut (163). and bolt (146). (93) Remove the thread protectors. (1) Install valve (2. (3) Install gasket (5) on plug (6). SLI BASSEMBLY BUILDUP. (79) Install nut (141) in the bracket assembly (22) (inboard position). (84) Loosely install pulley (1521.T. (80) Loosely attach inboard pulley (1421. and retaining ring. Locate the guard pins (143) and tighten bolt (145). washer (1531. on each of the axle threads. (90) Install collar (160) on each of the axles. Route the cables under the pulleys. (81) Loosely attach outboard pulley (421. washer (1441. MS20995C32. (83) Loosely install pulley (152). washer (1491. drill through location holes in valve body (1)and plug (8). . tightento nearest position. The shoulder of the plug should be flush with the face of the valve body and the flat on the plug should face plug (6). (5) Install packing (7)on plug (8). washer (1551. Federal Specification W-P-236. Route the cable from pulley (142) over and around the pulley. Two manifold asembtubing assembly are required to be built up per landing gear assembly. washer (1651. part No. Right and left manifold assemblies are built up in accordance with the following instructions (see figure 5-21: Two valve assemblies are required to be built up per landing gear assembly (subparagraphs (1)through (14)). Federal Specification W-P-236. NOTE If a previously used plug (8) is being used. part No. washer (1551. (92) Place the wheels on the axles. Specification MIL-G-81322. (88) Pack wheel bearing assemblies (part of wheel and tire assembly (161)) with grease. or equivalent. figure 5-2) in valve body (1). Route the cable from pulley (42) over and around the pulley. two guard pins (1471. (94) Install outer bearing assemblies and washers. Install screw (1641. Locate the guard pins (154) and tighten the nut (158). Specification MIL-G81322.

d

BUILD UP OF MANIFOU)
ASSEMBLY ON 352606

Figure 5-2. Manifold Assemblies (Sheet 1 of 3)

T.O. 4S2-233

BUILI? UP OF MANIFOLD
ASSEMBLY ON 352605

45

Figure 5-2. Manifold Assemblies (Sheet 2 of 3)

T.O. 4S2-233

351515 VALVE BODY ( 2 REQD)
356353-1 VALVE ( 2 REQD)
337452 SPRING ( 2 REQD)
351514 RETAINER ( 2 REQD)
AN62904 GASKET ( 2 REQD)
AN81MDL PLUG ( 2 REQD)
MS28775-008 PACKING ( 2
REQD)
8. 351502 PLUG ( 2 REQD)
9. NAS561P3-16 PIN ( 2 REQD)
10. 351503 RlNG (2 REQD)
ll.MS28775222 PACKING ( 6
REQD)
12. MS35803-222 RlNG ( l 2 REQD)
13. 352606 MANIFOU) ASSEMBLY
14. 351506 WASHER
15. 1516624-3175 RlNG
16. AN62903 GASKET ( 2 REQD)
17. AN8144 PLUG ( 2 REQD)
18. AN6289-6 NUT
19. AN6291-6 RlNG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

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AN62906 GASKET
MS21908-6 ELBOW
AN62906 GASKET
MS21902-6 UNION
MS28774-112 RlNG ( 4 REQD)
MS28775U.2 PACKING ( 2
REQD)
352605 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
351506 WASHER
MS16624-1175 RlNG
AN6289-6 NUT
AN6291-6 RlNG
AN62906 GASKET
MSZi908-6 ELBOW
AN62904 GASKET
MSZi902-6 UNION
MS28775-113 PACKING (2
REQD)
695069-3 VALVE ASSEMBLY
MS20005-34 BOLT (2 REQD)
MS2OOO2CS WASHER ( 2 REQD)

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AN960-516 WASHER (2 REQD)
57585-524 NUT ( 2 REQD)
MS20005-30 BOLT
3 4 5 5 7 0 WASHER
AN960-516 WASHER
5 7 5 8 5 5 2 4 NUT
M S 2 8 7 7 4 - l l 2 RlNG ( 2 REQD)
M S 2 8 7 7 5 l l 2 PACKING ( 2
REQD)
AN6289-6 NUT
M S 9 0 5 8 0 6 RlNG
MS28778-6 GASKET
AN833-6 ELBOW
AN62904 GASKET
MS21902-6 UNION
AN6280-6 VALVE
AN6289-6 NUT
MS905&06 RlNG
MS28778-6 GASKET
AN833-6 ELBOW

Figure 5-2. Manifold Assemblies (Sheet 3 of 3)

( 8 ) Install pin (9).

(9) Using lockwire, part No. MS20995C32,
safetywire plugs (6 and 8) together.
(10) Install ring (10) on valve body (1).
(11) Lubricate three packings (11)with petrolatum, Federal Specification W-P-236.

(12) Install one of the packings (11)in the
groove nearest to the shoulder of the valve body (1).
On either side of the packing ( l l ) , install rings (12).
Position the rings so that the slits in the rings are
180 degrees apart.
(13) Install the second packing (11)in the
center groove of the valve body (1). On either side of
the packing (111, install rings (12); position the
rings so that the slits in the rings are 180 degrees
apart.
(14) Install the third packing (11) in the
outer groove of the valve body (1). On either side of
the packing (111, install rings (12); position the
rings so that the slits in the rings are 180 degrees
apart.
(15) Install a valve assembly (built up in
subparagraphs (1)through (14)) in manifold assembly (13).
(16) Install washer (14) and hold washers
and valve assembly in place with ring (15).
(17) Install two gaskets (16) on two plugs
(17) and lubricate with petrolatum, Federal Specification W-P-236.
(18) Install the two plugs (17) in the manifold assembly (13) and tighten.

(19) Using lockwire, part No. MS20995C32,
safetywire the two plugs (17) together.
(20) Install nut (18), ring (191, and gasket
(20) on elbow (21); lubricate with petrolatum, Federal Specification W-P-236. The nut (18) should be
positioned such that the gasket (20) fits into the
groove in the elbow (21) and not on the screw
threads.
(21) Install the elbow (21) in the valve
assembly which is in the manifold assembly (13);
tighten the elbow (31) and nut (18) finger tight.
(22) Install gasket (22) on union (23); lubricate with petrolatum, Federal Specification W-P236.
(23) Install the union (23) in the valve
assembly, which is in the manifold assembly (13),
and tighten.
the

(24) Install a ring (24) in each of the holes in
assembly (13).

(25) Lubricate the two packings (25) with
petrolatum, Federal Specification W-P-236.
(26) Install the packings (25) against the
rings (24) installed in subparagraph (24).
(27) Install two rings (24) against the packi n g ~(25) installed in subparagraph (26).
(28) If the manifold assembly is not to be
installed immediately, protect the unit from dust
contamination.
(29) Install a valve assembly (built up in
subparagraphs (1)through (14))in manifold assembly (26).

Federal Specification W-P-236. and tighten. two washers (381. (38) Lubricate two packings (46) with petrolatum. 39617523. Federal Specification W-P-236. and install in rod end of cylinder assembly (1). which is in the manifold assembly (26). (31) Install nut (29). (7) Install union (13) with gasket (14) into valve (12) and tighten. two washers (391. Secure in position with two bolts (37). part No. b. (41) Install nut (471. (34) Install the union (34) in the valve assembly. hold washer and assembly in place with ring (28). Tighten the clamp only sufficiently to hold the clamp in place. Cylinder and Tubing Assembly Buildup. Specification MIL-G81322. The nut should be positioned such that the gasket (56) fits into the groove in the elbow (57) and not on the screw threads. The two bolts (37) with two washers (38) are installed on the manifold side in the two holes adjacent to each other. ring (551. tighten the elbow (50) and nut (47) finger tight. (36) Mount the valve assembly (36) on the manifold assembly (26). Federal Specification W-P236. Secure on the manifold side with washer (43) and nut (44). protect the unit from dust contamination. (45) Install valve (53) on the union which was installed in subparagraph (44). and gasket (49) on elbow (50). (40) Install two rings (45) against the pack(46) installed in subparagraph (39).T. ing~ (5) Install nut (91. . ring (481. Lubricate with petrolatum. The direction of the flow arrow must point towards the union. Lubricate with petrolatum. (3) Install clamp (6) on cylinder (1). NOTE Prior to installation. which is in the manifold assembly (261. Federal Specification W-P236. Torque aIl three nuts to 175 (225) inchpounds. (47) Install the elbow (57) in the valve (53). ring (101. 4S2-233 (30) Install washer (27). The nut should be positioned such that the gasket fits into the groove in the elbow and not on the screw threads. Federal Specification W-P-236. (42) Install the elbow (50) in the valve assembly (36). The centerline of the clamp should be 7. and two nuts (40). (44) Install the union (52) in the valve assembly (36) and tighten. Lubricate with petrolatum. is built up in accordance with the following instructions (see figure 5-31: (1) Lubricate ball (2. (46) Install nut (541. and gasket (31) on elbow (32). and gasket (18) into valve (12). install a bolt (41) with washer (42). on the valve side. (39) Install the packings (46) against the rings (45) installed in subparagraph (37). In the third hole. (2) Install bracket (3) using two bolts (4) and two washers (5). (33) Install gasket (33) on union (34). Lubricate with petrolatum. The nut (16) should be positioned such that the gasket fits into the groove of the elbow and not on the screw threads. Tighten the bolts and safetywire using lockwire. tighten the elbow and nut finger tight.25) inches from the flange at the opposite end of the cylinder from the rod end. Federal Specification W-P-236. tighten the elbow (32) and nut (29) finger tight. Position the two packings (35) in place on valve assembly (36). MS20995C32. (32) Install the elbow (32) in the valve assembly. (4) Install union (7) with gasket (8) in cylinder assembly and tighten. (6) Install valve (12) on the union (7).25 (M. and gasket (11) onto the union (7). The nut (9) should be positioned such that the gasket fits into the groove in the union and not on the screw threads. lubricate all union and elbow threads and all gaskets with Petrolatum. (35) Lubricate two packings (35) with petrolatum. Lubricate with petrolatum. The nut (29) should be positioned such that the gasket (31) fits into the groove in the elbow (32) and not on the screw threads. Federal Specification W-P-236. (48) If the manifold assembly is not to be installed immediately. (37) Install a ring (45)in each of the two side holes in the valve assembly (36).O. The cylinder and tubing assembly. Federal Specification W-P-236. and gasket (56) on elbow (57). ring (30). (43) Install gasket (51) on union (52). tighten nut (9) against the valve (12). figure 5-31 with grease. part No. (8) Install elbow (15) with nut (16). ring (17).

(15) Install spacer (25) and two clamps (28). (16) Tighten the clamp (6)on the cylinder assembly (1). 4S2-23-3 (9) Install union (19)with gasket (20)into cylinder assembly (1).O. Do not tighten fittings. (18) Tighten the fittings of the tube assembly (24). (17) Tighten the fittings of the tube assembly (23). (19) Cap union (19)and two elbows (21). (12) Install tube assembly (24). (13) Tighten the two nuts (22)on the two elbows (21)in the bracket (3). The elbows should be parallel to the union (19). . Tighten the union.T. (11) Install tube assembly (23). Do not tighten fittings. (10) Very loosely attach two elbows (21)with two nuts (22)to the bracket (3). Install washer (26)and attach nut (27)on clamp (6) and tighten. (14) Tighten the nut (16)on the elbow (15) installed in the valve (12).

3400770-1 CWNDER ASSEMBLY 2. 909295-2ASH CLAMP 7. Cylinder and Tubing Assembly 519/(520 blank) . AN6289-6NUT 10. KSU16-16 BALL 3. 4S2-23-3 2 1. NAS1304-3H BOLT (2 REQD) 5. MS9058-06 RING 11. STSPK300-06GASKET 12. MS9058-06 RING 18. 342628-613 TUBE ASSEMBLY 25. LS5987-10-24 SPACER 26. AN8156 UNION 14. AN8324 UNION 8. AN-1 0L WASHER 27. MS21042-3 NUT 28. AN62846 NUT 17. STSPK300-06 GASKET 15.T. AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 6. 396122-1 BRACKET 4. AN8277-6VALVE 13. STPlWW6GASKET 9. MS21919DG6 CLAMP (2 REQD) Figure 5-3.O. STSPK3oo. STSPK300-06GASKET 21. AN833-6ELBOW 16.06 GASKET 19. W~SB-615 TVBEE ASSEMBLY 24. AN8334 ELBOW (2 REQD) 22 AN924-6 NUT (2 REQD) n. AN815-6 UNION 20.

.... Buildup instructions for the nose landing gear assemblies included in this section are the same as the instructions for part No......................... INDEX OF MODELS a... 6-73 388067-7and 388067-9.............................and 3316500-13................6-83 3303595-1a d 3303595-5......... 4S2-233 SECTION VI DIFFERENCE DATA SHEETS 6-1................ test.............................. 396175-13in section V except for the specific differences noted by the applicable Difference Data Sheet................and -50............................................ 6-15 371671-1............................ 6-35 3303591-3........... Bushing installation procedures for the torque arm assemblies included in this section are the same as procedures of section I1 except for specific differences noted by the applicable Difference Data Sheet.......................... Sections I through IV contain complete overhaul........... 6-3 364653-2A.. 6-33 3303591-1...........3314203-3.........and -7..... 6-107 6-1/(6-2blank) ........and -9..363590-5....6-59 b.... c.............6-43 9235508-10..... 6-93 3314205-3............ 363590-1A except for specific differences noted by the applicable Difference Data Sheet....... Page Nose Landing Gear Assemblies: Part No.............................-30....................... Page 7926486-10.........................T.................... Overhaul test and NDI procedures for strut assemblies included in this section are the same as procedures for part No. Torque Arm Assemblies: Part No............... 6-7 7926829-10............. Page 7926487-10............... Strut Assemblies: Part No..........-3...... 363590-1A 6-2............... and NDI information for part No......O...........6-5 Part No... Page 3001011-3....6-19 388071-1................................ 6-3.........-5..........................

Same as for part No. SPECLAL TOOLS. 371671-1. AND -50 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. Same as for part No. 6-3/(6-4 blank) . Same as for part No. 371671-1. 371671-1. Same as for part No.T. Same as for part No.30. 462-233 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E D NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. INSPECTION. 371671-1. DISASSEMBLY. 7926486-10.O. 371671-1. 371671-1. Same as for part No. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. Same as for part No. 371671-1. CLEANING. TEST PROCEDURE.

Maintain 0. Same as for part No.0004 to 0. SPECIAL TOOLS. 363590-1A CLEANING. 363590-5 as part No. Install the bushings with the flanges on the down side of the arms. Same as for part No. part No. except a s follows: Steering Bracket Arms: Corrosion and other defects on the ID of the 1.0008 inch press fit. 364653-2A configuration: Replace steering bracket. Type II. Reidentify part No.T.43701 1. 363590-1A. Pages 6-7 through 6-13 are deleted in their entirety. 364653-2A a t overhaul. part No. Fabricate bushing from 4130 or 4340 steel 180 to 200 ksi to bring hole back to o~iginaldimension. 355845-1. part No. To m o d e strut. 363590-111 INSPECTION. Same as for part No.6618 inches. Reidentifg as part No.4378-inch steering cylinder hole may be removed to an ID of 1. part No. 357370-601. Install two bushings.O. 363590-14 into part No. 363590-5. Same as for part No. 363590-1A a t overhaul. 363590-1A MODIFICATION PROCEDURE. 364653-2A. Same as for part No. 351519. 363590-1A REPAlR OR REPLACEMENT. with steering bracket. 363590-1A DISASSEMBLY. 352607. TEST PROCEDURE. Change 1 65/(6-6 blank) I . part No. 364653-211 Reidentifg part No. in the steering arms of the outer cylinder. Cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837. Same a s for part No. AND -7 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. 363590-lA. Same a s for part No. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR SrRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. 363590-7 a s part No.

AND -7 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. part No. Same as for part No.0008 inch press fit. part No. Same a s for part No. 364653-2A configuration: Replace steering bracket.0004 to 0. 357370-601. Same as for part No. Fabricate bushing from 4130 or 4340 steel 180 to 200 ksi to bring hole back to original dimension.4378-inch steering cylinder hole m a y be removed to an ID of 1. Cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837. Same as for part No. Same as for part No. 363590-1A SPECIAL TOOLS. 363590-1A REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. 364653-2A at overhaul. part No. 351519. Corrosion and other defects on the ID of the 1. 352607. Type 11. 355845-1. with steering bracket. 363590-1A CLEANING. Install the bushings with the flanges on the down side of the arms. Same a s for part No. 363590-1A MODIFICATION PROCEDURE. 364653-2A.6618 inches.O. 363590-1A a t overhaul. 363590-5 as part No. 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. 363590-14 into part No.43701 1. Same as for part No. 363590-1A DISASSEMBLY. 363590-7 a s part No. 363590-5. 65/(6-6 blank) . 363590-14 except as follows: Steering Bracket Arms: TEST PROCEDURE. 363590-1A INSPECTION. Maintain 0. 364653-2A Reidentify part No. Reidentlfy a s part No. part No. Reidentlfy part No. Install two bushings. To modify strut.T. in the steering arms of the outer cylinder. part No.

371671-1for index Nos.4383 inches. DISASSEMBLY.752-inch interior surface (figure 6-51 to a thickness of 0. 371671-1 except weight is 251 pounds.75.. Collar (55) is 300M steel. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.508 inch in both cylinder (80) and collar (55). CLEANING. Cylinder (80) is 300M steel. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. Index Nos. Inspect all (new and used) cylinders (80) to ensure that bolts (64 and 69) have been identified with the letter P stamped on bolt head. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. 371671-1. 42 through 51. they will be removed and processed per subparagraph j.0006 inch. b. 7926487-10 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES I-ISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. Vacuum cadmium plate the 4. 371671-1.) Same as for part No. 371671-1 except a s follows: a. There is no maximum thickness on exterior surfaces except 0. original diameters are 0.2517 inches. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-1 for similar parts in figure 6-4 and use table 6-5 for allowable service dimensions. heat-treated to 200 to 220 ksi. 371671-1 except as follows: a. b. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. (See figure 6-1.250315. disassemble in ascending order of index numbers assigned to figure 6-1. for crossbolt holes that hold bolts (64 and 69). Vacuum cadmium plate exterior surfaces of cylinder (80) except those surfaces that mate with collar (55).50110. 37 and up.878010.0001510.75014. Same as for part No.437212. If bolts do not have the letter P. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. Repair and Replacement. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Shafts (65 and 70) are 4340 steel.T.O.0003 inch thiclmess on threads. Same as for part No. original diameter is 5. For index Nos. 1through 36.8790 inch in both cylinder (80) and shafts (65 and 70). heat-treated to 280 to 300 ksi. REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. and 76 of figure 6-1 are same as part No. d. original diameters are 0. for ID of hole of collar (55) that mates with cylinder (801. INSPECTION. c. Same as for part No. for flange bolt holes that hold bolts (541. Same as for part No. c. 1through 36. . heat-treated to 280 to 300 ksi. Original diameters for holes in cylinder (82) that hold shafts (65 and 70) are 2.

Plate (Type I) lower surface of bolt flange 0.001/0.0610. Bushing ends will not extend past OD of shaft.422 inches minimum. ( 5 ) Chrome plate may run out on side of 0.03) inch.436-inchdiameter.882 inch will be chrome plated back to size per MIL-STD-865. . a WARNING Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. 8930253-03. M a x h u m plating thickness is 0.422-inch minimum diameter. bore and chrome plate with MIL-STD-1501. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating.93801 0.878 inch.9375-inch diameter through. grind to 2. Local bioe&ro&ental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements.874811. Specification MIL-S-81733. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. All shotpeening.09inch radius of 2.437-inch diameter.22-inch diameter relief cut. cadmium plate all other surfaces per Specification MIL-C-8837.grind inches minimum. to original dimensions. (7) Cadmium plate threads and splines per Specification MPC-8837. Type 11. (3) Chrome plate ground areas to sizes noted per MIL-STD-1501. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. (4) Radius toward splined area on 1. Type I.250315.0003 inch thick. plate to 2-43712.437-hch diameter. and . Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to re vent skin and eye contact.2517 inches) with vacuum cadmium plate.0025 inch thick. part No. Class 3. NOTE Remove only material required to clean up. Class 3. plate to 1. (8) Crossbolt holes worn to a maximum diameter of 0. Q p e 11.248415. Chrome plate surfaces of cylinder (80) that mate with collar (55) per MIL-STD-1501. and abrasive blasting operations must be performed in an adeauatelv ventilated booth.8791 0. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Maximum plating thickness is 0. Rework of shafts (65 and 70). Plate (Type II) cylinder wall that mates with collar (55) to after plating diameter of 5. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. f. (9) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (8) will be reamed oversized to 0.8748inch diameter to be 0. If damage or corrosion on large ID of collar (55.0075 inch.860-inch minimum diameter.. (6) Chrome plate may run out on 0.8748-inch diameter. (2) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867.860 (b) 1.2498 inches. grinding. Type I. Class 1. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. 63 RMS finish.DIFFERENCE DATA S H E E (a) 2. figure 6-11 is too extensive to bring back to original dimensions (5. 63 RMS finish. Class 3: (a) 2.press bushing into plate while sealant is still damp. (b) 1. (1) Damagelcorrosion may be removed from particular areas by grinding per MIL-STD-866 to the following dimensions: 6-8 to 1.8739-inch diameter.0075 inch.1910. e. g. Local bidenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Finish dimension is 0. Install bushing. Coat OD of bushing with sealant.12 (+0. 0.

7926487-10.O. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET G8802178 Figure 6-1.T. Exploded View (Sheet I of 2) . Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. Part No.

38. Bushing ends will be flush with ID and OD of trunnion bore. 39.Class 3. 71. WASHER 27. 42. 36. 35. maintain a 32 RMS surface finish. 67.9381 0. (2) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (1) will be reamed oversize to 0. 63. WASHER 9. part No. 75. 33. 64. 29. Rework of through bolts (64 and 69). COlTER PIN 18. 45. JACK PLUG 10. 3. 53. 114inch high letters. 44. 161-2. SEAL ASSEMBLY 28. Provisions of AFOSH Standards 161-1. BEARING FELT STRIP SCRAPER BACKUP RlNG O-RING PACKING BACKUP RlNG BULKHEAD NUT ORIFICE SCREW LOWER PLATE UPPER PLATE NUT BOLT SCREW NUT BRACKET KEY FllTING COLLAR BUSHING FITTING TAG SLEEVE NUT WASHER BOLT 55. 79.878 inch inside diameter. 32. and personal protective clothing and equipment. Grade C.882 inch will be plated back to size using chrome or nickel brush plating per MIL-STD-865. 2. . 59. NUT l i . SETSCREW 15. BEARING 21. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. KEY 26. Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming operations. at approximate center of bolt head after plating. VALVE O-RING STANDPIPE O-RING BOLT WASHER BOLT 8. 30. Class 2. 5. 78. 46. 72. CAM 24. 49. 57. 80. 3303589-1: (1) Holes worn to a maximum diameter of 0. BUSHING 14. 65. 37. 61. FLATHEAD PIN 19. 51. 47. 56. 60. Part No. Plating may fade out 1116 inch from head and 1116 inch from thread relief radius. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. 7926487-10. and press bushing into plate while sealant is still damp. 43. and 127-31 will be strictly adhered to regarding adequacy of respiratory protection. Alternate method is electroless nickel plate per Specification MIL-C-26074. 62. WASHER 12. electroless nickel per Specification MIL-(2-2607. j. 68. 3303591-1. Type I or II. 48. Repairs to fulcnrm are not applicable on assemblies. 41. 58. RETAINER 22. 7. Plating may be chrome plate per MIL-STD-1501. part No. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound. 69. PIN 23. PISTON 17. 50. part No. Coat OD of bushing with sealant. 77. 6. Wipe off excess sealant after installation. i. 40. Repair of pulley mounting lug is not applicable.T. RETAINER 20. Lug is a removable eye bolt on assemblies. 8930253-01. CAM 25. RETAINER 13.8770 inch. 52. part No.937-inch diameter through. Provide adequate ventilation during plating operations. 54. 73.87910. 66. Install bushing.877510. COLLAR NUT WASHER BOLT FIRING BUSHING NUT WASHER WASHER BOLT SHAFT NUT BRACKET WASHER BOLT SHAFT NUT WASHER BOLT SPACER PIN BUSHING FITTING NAMEPLATE NAMEPLATE CYLINDER Figure 6-1. Finish size is 0. ventilation. Specification MIL-S-81733. 74.Exploded View (Sheet 2 of 2) h. 70. 4. All bolts not identified with letter P on head will have bolt grip plated to a diameter of 0.O. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEIT 1. Impression stamp or VIBRO ETCH letter P. 34. 3303591-1. GLAND NUT 16. 31. Rework of through holes in trunnion of outer cylinder. 76.

processing must be accomplished: the following (a) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. Type I.185116UN-3A. (3) After either repair.14W5.T. pitch diameter equals 5. 0. (4) Undersize gland nut (151.499-inch diameter through.1038. Cylinders (80) with corroded lower gland nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize gland nut (15) installed. Bushing will be flush with outboard end of fulcrum (trunnion). New threads should be 5. 0. o.439-inch diameter will be reamed to 2.1387. All abrasive blasting operations shall be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. (b) Bake for four hours at 375 (&25)OF within four hours after grinding. (2) Bake for four hours at 375 (e5)OF within four hours after grinding. Shallow corrosion to a maximum depth of 0. major diameter equals 5.87810. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming and drilling operations.1756. major diameter equals 5. Drill two each 718 inch holes through bushing.090-16UNS-3A. (3) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL. and press bushing inta place while sealant is still damp.0122l5. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact. k.500/2. m.4372l2.2106.879.143315. n. No post bake required. (c) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837. should be used with this repaired cylinder. Ream holes for shafts (65 and 70) in bushings to 2. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.185015. Overspray permissible.006 inch over entire surface may be grit blasted per MIL-STD-1504.220/5. Cadmium plate threads per Specification MIL-C-8837.0003 inch thick.0088. Wipe off excessive sealant after bushing installation. (1) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. (2) The second undersize repair will have new thread 5. minor diameter equals 5. Provide adequate ventilation when using dry film lubricant. Locally manufacture a bushing per figure 6-9.C-8837. part No. Type LT.1083/5.179415. Cylinders (80) with corroded steering mounting plate nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize nut (43) installed. part No. Rework of hole for shafts (65 and 70). 8852955. air-dry to cure. 8852949-03. (1) The first undersize repair will have new thread 5.220-16UN-3A.879-inch diameter holes in cylinder.1737. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Undersize nut (431. Coat OD of bushing with sealant. Ream holes for bolts (64 and 69) through bushing to 0. major diameter equals 5. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Holes worn beyond 2. Undersize nut (43). 8852949-01. Do not ingest. 0.87810. Treat threaded and keyways with dry film lubricant 5305 applied over cadmium plated surfaces. Holes to be centered in existing 0. . part No.4383.0003 inch maximum thickness on threads.0003 inch maximum thickness on threads. Threaded area at lower end of steering collar area. should be used with this repaired cylinder. Specification MILS-81733. should be used with this repaired cylinder. Type 11.O. pitch diameter equals 5. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound.1388. 1. minor diameter equals 5.

Cylinder Assembly Inspection Coil Location and Conductor Position. 3303589-1 . a t assembly as follows: (1) Coat liberally OD of bearing below O-ring and fill lightening grooves. b. CURRENT 1 (Central Conductor) 1000 AMPS 2 (Head Shot) 2000 AMPS 3 (Head Shot) 2000 AMPS LUBRICATION.T. figure 6-3) is made of 300M steel. Same as for part No. CA 90231). spacer (741. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (4) Identify rework cylinder (80) by making an X after part number found on raised stamp pad . 371671-1 except a s follows: a. (3) Coat mating surfaces of threads. heat treated to 280 to 300 h i . Coat faying surfaces of shaft (65 and 70. figure 6-71. A1-A2 (Figure 6-2) B1-B2 (Figure 6-2) CURRENT 1500 AMPS with Sturn coil (7500 AMP turns) 1500 AMPS with Bturn coil (7500 AMP turns) Figure 6-2. 10567 Jefferson Blvd. Same as for part No. and all O-rings with 0-Lube (Parker Seal Co. Coat all mating surfaces of pin (75) and bushing (76) with grease. Table 6-2.on fulcrumusing an electric vibro etch tool. collar (551. c. On bearing (28) apply grease.O. (2) Coat sparingly ID below O-ring in bearing. 363590-1A except as follows: a. NAME 24 Cylinder Assembly COIL LOCATION NO. Circulcrr Magnetization FIGURE 6-3 INDEXNO. Specification MIL-G 81322. NONDESTRUCTION INSPECTION. bolts (58). Inspect cylinder as follows: Table 6-1. Part No. NLG cylinder assembly (24. PART NAME Cylinder Assembly 24 CONDUCTOR POSITlON NO. bolts (64 and 69). Culver City. b. bolts (731. Specification MIL-A-81322. Longitudinal Magnetization FIGURE 6-3 PART INDEX NO.

both sides. b. (See detail A. 2919 Empire Ave. both ends. (1) Seal gland nut (15) to cylinder (80) joint and unused setscrew holes. (3) Before sealing crossbolts (64 and 69) to cylinder (BO). CA 91504). ensure that spline tooth is on topside centerline of cylinder (80) and spline groove is on bottomside centerline. 371671-1 except a s follows: a. 371671-1. PR1422G (B2) (Product Research Chemical Corp. figure 6-1.T. When installing shafts (65 and 70). Same as for part No. TEST PROCEDURE. (5) Seal joint between cylinder (80) flange and collar (55) flange. Burbank. (4) Seal four flange bolts (54) to cylinder (80) and collar (55).O. torque each bolt to 780 to 900 inch-pounds. Overcoat with coating. (2) Seal shafts (65 and 70) to cylinder (801. Same as for part No. Assemble in descending order of index numbers assigned to figure 6-1. 6-13/(6-14 blank) . Specification MIL-C-83019. 4S2-233 DlFfERENCE DATA SHEm REASSEMBLY.) c. Seal joints on the following list with a bead of inhibited polysulfide. part No.

.. Key (22).. CLEANING... and lubricate pressure points with grease.. f. REASSEMBLY...T. Same as for part No........ Use the double adjustable key installation to obtain the alignment required. Before reassembly.... (See figure 6-3. Specification MIL-C-11796. gaskets.3.O. and bearing (49) in hydraulic fluid. LUBRICATION. PROCED&E.1 US quarts SPECIAL TOOLS.. backup.. 5120-00-675-0845 5120-00-6750833 DISASSEMBLY. b.... INSPECTION AND REPAIR.... Specification MIL-L-4343... Torque the gland nut (33) from 90 to 110 foot-pounds. NATIONAL STOCK NO... d. 363590-1A except as follows: The following parts indexed in figure 6-3 have been added: Wedge (231. Specification MIL-G 81322.9 pounds Fluid Capacity (approximate). Lubricate exterior mating surfaces with grease. and wiper rings in hydraulic fluid... 363590-1A except as follows: Weight . Replace all packings and backup rings as shown in figure 2-6.... O-rings. e. Align the fulcrum and outer cylinder so that the fulcrum is perpendicular to the actuator attach lugs within 0.. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEf3 NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO..... immerse all internal packings.. (See figure 6-31..... c... 7926829-10 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. and Seal Assembly (47).) Reassemble the shock strut assembly in the reverse order of disassembly noting the following exceptions and instructions: a.... figure 6-3) from 150 to 175 inch-pounds in a counterclockwise direction. Same as for part No. 363590-1A TEST . Same as for part No.. Torque screw (21. 363590-1A except that the allowable service dimensions for index numbers listed in table 6-3 replace the corresponding numbers in table 2-2... Coat mating surfaces of gland nut threads with grease......) Same as for part No.... immerse all internal gaskets..... (See figure 6-3. Same as for part No. Specification MIL-H-5606. Before reassembly..12 inch.... 363590-1A...... 250. Specification MIL-H-5606. then back off to the nearest setscrew position and safetywire.

7926829-10 (Sheet 1 of 2) . Part No.4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET I .O.! I 'I! Figure 6-3. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly.T.i.

WASHER 12. BOLT EXTENSION SHAFT LOCKWIRE SCREW GLAND NUT (LOOSEN) PISTON ASSEMBLY ADAPTER SPACER NUT COlTER PIN PIN RETAINER BEARING RETAINER PIN CAM CAM KEY SEAL ASSEMBLY BACKUP RlNG BEARING SCRAPER FELT BUSHING SCREW PLUG NUT WASHER 57. VALVE 3. NUT 28. BRACKET ASSEMBLY 70. 43. BOLT 65. SLEEVE 76. NUT 62. WASHER 13. WASHER 29. BUSHING 8.1. CORER PIN 27. BUSHING 75. WASHER 83. COLLAR ASSEMBLY 73. BOLT 15. BUSHING 79. NUT 64. FITTING 26. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. DRIVE SCREW 21. RETAINER 58. Part No. FIRING 74. SCREW 22. STAND PIPE 4. 42. STRUT ASSEMBLY 16. FULCRUM ASSEMBLY 17. 41. 34. NAMEPLATE 19. DRAIN PLUG 6. KEY 23. 39. NAMEPLATE 80. 30. KEY 71. 45. WEDGE 24. 31. ORIFICE ASSEMBLY 63. 55. 49. 48. O-RING PACKING 5. TAG 77. 56. LOCKWIRE 67. NAMEPLATE 78. 35. WASHER 66. BACKUP RlNG 61. STRAP 20. 37. O-RING PACKING 60. BOLT 84. FITTING 72. COlTER PIN 81. 51. 7926829-10(Sheet 2 of 2) . 44. LOCKWIRE 2. NUT l l . BULKHEAD 59. 38. WASHER 14. 33. 32. GASKET 7. 36. NUT 82. 46. 47. 54. PIN 9. PLUG 18. 50. NUT 69. CYLINDER ASSEMBLY 25. BUSHING 10. SCREW 68. 40. MOUNT Figure 6-3. 52. 53.

0037 Min 0.7489 ID 1. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET Tabk 6-3.74981 1.500 0.O.37501 1.2498 OD 1.0030ID 0.2470 Min 0. ANCE CONCENTRICITY BETWEEN PARAUELISM PARTS Center OD 1.3720 Min Ends 1.75001 1.3760 ID Max 0.003TIR Max 0.001 interference Max 1.003 TIR ALLOWABLE SERVICE DIMENSIONS Center 1.37401 1.7519 1.002 0.0002 1.3745 0.0025 Min (-)0.0019 ID 1.7470OD Min 1.3760 1.5025 0.003 TIR 1.502 0.003TIR Min 0.T.0008 .3750 ID 1.3748 Ends OD 1.7530Max 1. PART NAME LOCALITY OF DIMENSION 8 Drag Pin 9 Bushing 69 Outer Cylinder DragPinHole Bracket (holes) 69 Bracket (key- 24 way) 78 Bushing ORIGINAL DIMENSION ORIGINAL CLEARROUNDNESS.3780ID Max 1.003 TIR 0.24901 1. Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (SEE FIGURE 6-3) INDEX NO.0000 0.

363590-18. Same as part No. Coolants..42. Same as for part No.. except as follows: a...1 NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS...............22 inches Weight .. a. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-4 for similar parts in figure 2-1 and use table 6-5 for allowable service dimensions. 6-4.. Inspect upper bearing (19. Compressed Length. Lower bearing inside diameter shall not measure more than 4.. Wear or damage exceeding table 6-5 and figure 6-5 shall be reworked. except as follows: SPECIAL TOOLS.. except as follows: d.. except as follows: ......... All machining operations shall be accomplished using flood coolant techniques......... Disassemble nose landing gear strut in index number sequence assigned to exploded view with exception that bushings (12 and 45.. NOTE All worn and corroded bolt holes shall be repaired in accordance with figure 6-5.. 230 steel shot at 0.. Shotpeen: Use No. 3 7 1 6 7 1 . 363590-lA. and operating techniques shall be consistent with state-of-the-art as relates to cutting... Same as for part No... a.) Same as for part No. and milling steel products (4340) heat treated to 200 to 280 ksi level.. honing. reaming.....170.......432 inches.. .......9 pounds Hydraulic Fluid Capacity NOMENCLATURE b. CLEANING.0042 inches.. 363590-lA... Vacuum cadmium plate areas noted in table .. figure 6-4) and lower bearing (27) for wear..014 inch A2 intensity per Specification MIL-S-13165. PART NO.... INSPECTION.... Same as for part No.. NATIONAL STOCK NO...DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET - PART NO.... (See figure 6-4. b.. 363590-lA. figure 6-41 will not be removed during overhaul unless determined unserviceable by dimensions indicated in table 6-5......010 inch to 0. Upper bearing outside diameter shall not measure less than 4. 363590-1A c. tooling... REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT... boring.... WR-280 Gland Nut Wrench 5120-00-6750845 WR-341 Orifice Retaining Nut Wrench 5120-00-6750833 DISASSEMBLY.

Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. Part No.O. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET ' I \ \4 Figure 6-4. Exploded View (Sheet 1 of 2) . 371671-1.T.

27. 53. except where chrome plated. 47. 61. 34. 36. 33. 57. RETAINER 19. NUT 10. 41.O. BOLT 7. 56. 38.T. BOLT 5. 67. 44. 68. 46. 71. 69. CAM 23. 70. 50. 58. STAND PIPE 3. NUT WASHER BOLT WASHER WASHER FITTING BUSHING NUT WASHER BOLT WASHER WASHER BOLT WASHER SIDE STRUT ASSEMBLY PIN BUSHING SCREW KEY WEDGE FULCRUM ASSEMBLY NAMEPLATE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY Figure 6-4. Vacuum Cadmium Plate Amas PART DESCRIPTION (SEE FIGURE 6-41 Side Strut Assembly (63) Steering collar (44) part No. Part No. 30. 55. PIN 22. 66. 45. CAM 24. 28. 52. GLAND NUT 15. AU over. BEARING 20. 371671-1. JACK PLUG 9. 35. 65. 54. WASHER SEAL ASSEMBLY BEARING FELT SCRAPER BACKUP RlNG O-RING PACKING BACKUP RlNG BULKHEAD NUT ORIFICE NUT WASHER BOLT SCREW NUT BRACKET ASSEMBLY KEY FITTING COLLAR BUSHING FITTING TAG SLEEVE 49. 60. O-RING PACKING 4. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 63. AIR VALVE ASSEMBLY 2. All over. 26. 39. 352604 Steering Cylinder Bracket Assembly (41) part No. BUSHING 13. FLATHEAD PIN 18. except ID if it is chrome plated. KEY 25. WASHER 8. 40. RETAINER 12. RETAINER 21. Exploded View (Sheet 2 of 2) Table 6-4. 31. 29. SCREW 14. 62. 51. 355845 AREAS TO PLATE Entire outer surface and end hole ID. 43. 48. . PISTON ASSEMBLY 16. 37. 42. 32. 64. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. 59. WASHER 6. COllER PIN 17. WASHER 11.

78514.T. shall be reworked in accordance with the following criteria: 0.802 inches diameter. honing or grinding the bore oversize to 4. Pit removal is to be accomplished by hand polishing. -5 Bake. inside diamiter of fillet radius.780314. including lugs. Remove more extensive corrosion from lower bearing area by boring. -1 Bake. 371675-1 and 371675-7. Shotpeen prior to plating. threads and other surfaces that would be affected by plating runout or fume concentrations. Apply 0. fill lightening grooves in bearings with grease. lug ID. Finish grind to 4.080 inch. 492-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET e. Lower bearing bores from which corrosion cannot be removed at 4. Prior to installation. part Nos. Maintain a minimum wall thickness of 0.79814. corroded to extent that corrosion cannot be removed within service wear limits specified in table 6-5.7825. 3 Mask inside diameter of cylinder.767 inches maximum in accordance with Specification MILSTD-866.75014. and bearing areas (figure 2-2). h p l i n g in chrome plate over localized rework area after final finish is permissible.787. Remove isolated corrosion by local polishing providing isolated corrosion does not extend into seal area.752 inches in diameter. . part No.0005 inch.0005 inch cadmium plate to standard and oversize bearings. Vacuum cadmium plate all external surfaces not chrome plated.O.080 inch shall remain after rework. NOTE (c) Third Repair. steering flanges. figure 6-41. 4.050 inch from outboard intersection of internal chamfer. 6 Grind and chamfer to drawing specification. (1) LOWER BEARING AREA (a) First Repair. (el Mask bearing bore as in subparagraph (b)3.020 and -7 Bake.767 inches will be ground to 4. 67C30138. Specification MIL-G-81322. A minimum wall thickness of 0. Maintain minimum plating thickness of 0.000310.787 inches. Chrome plate and grind to 4. Ensure that dimension of bearing is 4. NOTE If lower bearing bore was ground over- size. Outer cylinders (71. 2 Shotpeen. Rbout plating from maximum to minimum on inside of bearing bore between 0.785/4. (b) Second Repair. install oversize bearing. (dl An additional localized pit removal over 20 percent of area will be permitted except in seal area one inch down from inner chamfer. Local rework will be limited to one and one-half bands of corrosion not over one inch in height. 4 Chrome plate to original dimension.

.005 --- 100 --- --- --- --- --- --- 0..7498 OD 0.006 68D29135-43 1.-- 0.003 1.7519 ID 1. AND LOCATION (See figure 6-4) Outer cylinder drag pin hole Bushing (65) Bushing (65) ORIGINAL DIAMETER MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX 0.066 0.002 .Table 6-5.5993 0... .003 Loose Fit 100 --- --- --- 68D29135-43 100 --- --- --- 1.0002 0.3745 ID 0.- 68D29135-39 63 2.5625 Steering cylinder attach holes (71) MAX CLEARANCE CLEARANCE ID Bushings (55) SERVICE TOLERANCE 1.001 0.0019 ID 1. .0007 0.0011 ID ID 1.7489 OD 1.- .3073 0.006 68D29135-33 125 --.0015 --- --- --- --- --- 68D29135-33 63 1.0002 0.8704 0.5623 OD Drag brace attach lugs (71 and 69) 0.7509 ID ID Actuator attach lugs (71) 1. --- --- 1.002 1.7470 0.7530 0.0002 0. Allowable Service Dimensions REPAIR DIMENSIONS PART NO.005 BUSHING INTERFERENCE MIN MAX 1.-- 68D29135-33 125 --.199 0.0019 --- .7500 0.8702 0.0634 2.560 --- 0.5615 OD 1.1885 Bushings (55) 1.1890 OD 1.1898 OD Bracket (41) REWORK LIMITS ID 1.003 --- 1.- --- 68D29135-49 63 1.5635 ID Drag brace pin (64) 1.0003 0.0027 --- --- --- -.0006 0.1875 1.0003 0.-.0002 Loose Fit 0.0000 2.006 --- PLATING REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PART MACH FINISH MACH OVERSIZE 68D29135-43 63 0.753 0.0625 m 1.0007 0.7500 1. .3750 m . --- --- 1.0019 --- --- --- --- --.0045 68D29135-35 63 0.565 0.

-.3760 ID --- --- --- --.126 ID ID Bushing (45) 1. 0.0007 0.Table 6-5.0014 Side brace (63) 0.0006 0.. -. Steer cylinder attach lugs (44) 0. 68D29135-83 125 --- --- --- 0.7509 --- --- --.06243 0.503 --- 68D29135-51 63 0.3760 --- --- --- ID ID 0.8694 0..3765 OD 1..002 --- MIN REWORK LIMITS SERVICE TOLERANCE REPAIR DIMENSIONS MAX --.002 Bushing (12) 1.7500 0.3765 OD 1.0007 0. MAX CLEARANCE PLATING REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PART BUSHING INTERFERENCE MACH FINISH MACH OVERSIZE MIN MAX --- 68D29135-53 63 1.129 .5000 0.125 1.3760 OD --- --- -.0014 0.002 0.0013 TA attach lug (15) 1. Allowable Service Dimensions (Cont) PART NO.006 69D29135-83 125 --- --- --- Bushing (45) Bushing (12) 1.3750 ID 1.4993 0.125 1.3750 1. AM) LOCATION (See figure 6-4) TA attach lug (44) ORIGINAL DIAMETER CLEARANCE MAX MIN MAX MIN 1.4993 0.0045 68D29135-47 63 0. --- 68D29135-27 63 1.5010 --- --- --- 0.0002 0. .753 0.3773 OD --- --- .0007 0.128 --.. 1.0002 0.126 ID ID --- 1.005 68D29135-53 125 --- --- --- --- 68D29135-53 125 --- --- --- 1.

110 (+ 0.T. AND FACE-TO-FACE WITH BUSHINGS 1. Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Sheet 1 of 2) OD . 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOTE ON ONE-PIECE OUTER CYLINDERS. 3 3 0 3 B 1 .010) INCHES.050 INCH. THE FOLLOWING DIMENSIONSAPPLY ON ACTUATOR FACE-TO-FACE BASE METAL 1 2 10 (+ 0. THD-I-14NF-3A 1.1898 1. PART NO.O.1890 Figure 6-5.010) INCHES BUSHING FLANGE-0.

O. Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Sheet 2 of 2) E I ~ E RREMOVE LOC*LLY OR ENTIRE AREA.020 lNcn MATERIAL1 SIDE EITHER LOCALLY OR ENTIRE AREA FROM DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON ORIGINAL BLUE PRINT SHOT PEEN REWORKED AREA.T. (BELOW STEP SEAL TO PISTON BOTTOMI THREADS 2 7 / 1 6 .1 6 ~ . SHOT P E W REWORKEDAREAS.3 ~ Figure 6-5. . 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET ' ACCEPTABLE TO REMOVE UPTO 0.

repair in accordance with subparagraph (b).898 of the hole as shown. If all defects are not removed. Part No. 68D29135-91. -5 Grind to finish dimensions. figure 6-6 (except steering collar mating surfaces). Bake four hours at 375 (k25)"F' and magnetic-particle inspect per T. Plate ID of axle.030 inch maximum depth. (dl Locally polish defects between C-C and D-D. 4. 11 WARNING 11 Provide adequate ventilation during f luorescent-penetrant inspection. Machine the top portion of the bushing to conform to the contour shown in figure 2-5. (a) Remove defects from the fulcrum attaching surface by locally polishing not to exceed 30 percent of the surface area nor more than 0.O. Drill and ream the 0. (c) Locally polish defects between B-B and C-C. 3 Chrome plate. part No. Do not widen or deepen the keyway by more than 0. le (b) Remove corrosion pits by locally polishing the cylinder between A-A and B-By figure 6-6.030 inch maximum depth. grind to remove defects but not less than 4. to establish the final ID 0.-pin. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer.8702-inch inside diameter. Blend all polishing into surrounding areas with fillet radii of a t least 0. to provide an 0.474 inches may be removed by locally polishing to remove defects.015 inch below minimum drawing specification.0002/0. and bearing areas.0101 0.01010. (3) FULCRUM ATTACHING SURFACE. -4 Bake. 371674-1. figure 6-6 not to exceed 0. part No. Corrosion pits remaining after grinding to 4. (a) A bent lug may be straightened by applying sufficient force to the lug to restore it to its proper pasition. Limit local rework to 30 percent of area and to 0. down to 0.014 inch A2 intensity per Specification MIL-S13165. -1 Bake. (1) Vacuum cadmium plate all external surfaces not chrome plated.005 inch. Specification MIL-S81733. to ID and press bushings.030 inch in depth. 68D29135-43. Shotpeen the affected areas 0.4998/ -6 Bake. Counterbore the bottom 0. The area of rework shall not reduce the cylinder wall thickness less than 0.030 inch. lug IDS.015 inch below minimum wall thickness.250010.897/0. (b) Broken and cracked lugs shall be repaired by boring the broken lugs (left or right) on the centerline of the attached lug as shown in figure 2-5. -2 Shotpeen. If cracks appear.010 below the minimum wall thickness.into place. Machine bushing.O. Magnetic-particle inspect for cracks per T. Assembly (151.474-inch outside diameter.100 inch deep as shown in figure 2-5. part No. - ( 5 ) Remove corrosion and other defects h m the lower centering cam keyway by hand polishing. 33B-1-1. Apply wet sealer. (el Remove defects fiom the webs of the steering arms by locally polishing not to exceed 0. NOTE On initial grind. including lugs. Ream and hone. f. (f) Rework the drag pin hole in the top of the cylinder by boring and honing the hole to remove corrosion pits but not to exceed 1.4986.T.030 inch below minimum wall thickness provided they do not exceed 30 percent of the circumference. 482-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (2) PULLEY MOUNTING LUG UPPER.O. (4) Remove corrosion from exterior surfaces of the outer cylinder as follows: (See figure 6-6. . PistonIAxle 355400-1. 33B-1-1 for crack indications.) (a) Remove paint and superficial corrosion Der a ~ ~ l i c a bdirectives. Shotpeen the hole ID surfaces 0. 4. as noted. increase the radius surfaces to match the new tangents.014 inch AZ intensity per Specification MIL-S-13165. Mask all keyways and radius~urfacesto prevent plating runout in these areas. (b) If defects exceed 30 percent of the surface area.003 loose fit and install with drag. Plating on ID of piston is optional (figure 2-3).. they may be polished out to a depth of 0.2508 inch hole as shown. Shotpeen the keyway in accordance with instructions outlined in this manual.

T. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET Figure 6-6. Outer Cylinder Corrosion Removal .O.

995313. (4) Inspect the wheel bearing journals of the axle for wear. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer. remove defects.010 inch.T. (c) Bake. Maintain a minimum wall of 0. -7 Chrome plate. 2 Grind the outer journals to remove defects not-to exceed 0.015 inch material removal on the diameter maintaining 0. figure 6-41. -8 Bake.49901 2.007 inch deep. (1) Locally polish the cylinder attaching surfaces inside diameter to remove corrosion pits not to exceed 20 percent of the surface area or 0.9990-inch-diameter and outer journals to 2. and bearing areas.516 inches maximum. - Provide adequate ventilation during fluorescent-penetrant inspection.9975-inch dimeter. grind the fulcrum inside diameter to 4. Locally polish remaining pits not to exceed 20 percent of the surface area 0. 2 No pit edge is sharper than 0. r journals.99981 2. Nital etch inspection must be accomplished by qualified personnel only. 11 Magnetic-particle inspect per Specification m-I-6868C. and pits. (2) Grind pitted. galled or scored fulcrum bearing journals sufficiently to remove defects not . and polish the 0. (fl Bake. 388072-1. NOTE 1116 inch may be masked off to provide machine reference. 10 Bake.015 inch deep. minor (b) On the i ~ e bearing blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 Not more than 10 percent of the bearing area is affected by polishing to a depth not to exceed 0.060 - 3 No more than 30 percent of any one square inch-of area is affected by polishing. NOTE Vacuum cadmium plate all surfaces not chrome plated including lugs.120 inch maximum wall thickness. Chrome plate and grind to original drawing dimensions. Fulcrum Assembly (69. g. (c) If damage is more extensive: 1 Grind the inner journals sufficiently to remove &fats not to exceed 0. 2 Depth of the polishing does not exceed 0. except do not plate internal cavities of fulcrum assembly (figure 2-41.002 TIR. recondition as follows: (a) Strip chromium plate.155 inch. (b) Grind to a 3. (dl Shotpeen. -4 Nital etch inspect.500 inch radius below the chromium plate to a 32 RMS or better finish. -6 Shotpeen.O. minor blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 No more than 20 percent of the bearing area is affected by the polishing.038 inch.4998-inch diameter. - (g) Grind to 3. If more extensive rework is required. galls. Part Nos. diameter to be concentric with 0.993-inch diameter.020 inch minimum outer diameter. and 388072-9. scoring. -5 Bake.980-inch maximum. (el Chromium plate. (a) On the outer bearing journals. 9 Grind inner journals to 2. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEtT (2) Locally polish minor blemishes in the chromium plate within 3. radius. lugs ID. (3) If plated surface is worn beyond tolerance or damaged. 3 Bake. 371672-1.

625 inch maximum to obtain an 0. (6) Shotpeen. Nital etch inspection must be accomplished by qualified personnel only. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact. (i) Allow sealant to dry for 24 hours. (g) Remove plugs installed in subparagraph (e) and cure for four hours with low pressure forced air at 49 to 60°C (120 to 140°F) with fulcrum in a horizontal position. (10) Grind fulcrum ID to 4. flame or spark.l-trichloroethane. (fl Completely fill cavities with sprayable sealant per Specification MZLC-38713A or MIL-S-81733 and drain.43712. Remaining isolated pits shall be removed by locally polishing to a depth of 0.50014. Federal Specification 0-T-620. figure 6-41. 340876. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET less than 2. If spatter exists on either side of the weld. (7) Mask areas adjacent to the journals to ensure plating does not run out on the radius and relief. Nital etch inspect following cutting operations in accordance with MIL-STD-867.010 inch and not to exceed 20 percent of the affected area. (8) Chrome plate. Cutting operations shall be under flood cooling conditions. (5) Bake.090/0. l . drain cavities.014 inch A2 intensity in accordance with Specification MIL-S-13165B.4210 inches (minimum) diameter. (2) If cracks are evident in keyway corner and do not exceed 1/32 inch in depth. . (h) Reinstall plugs. Dry at 90 to 14g°C (200 to 300T1.436 inches. no further action is required. Shotpeen rework area to 0. Provide adequate ventilation when using l. (3) Bake after grinding operations. (13) Inspect internal cavities of fulcrum. To prevent formation of hazardous products. is eight hours. (a) Remove majority of weld spatter using a wire brush or emery cloth butterflymounted in an air or electric drill. as applicable. hold for 15 minutes and drain. smooth and blend in with radius.010/0. and remove plugs. (b) Remove any remaining spatter or corrosion by shotpeening the area using the right angle shotpeen nozzle.O. Steering collar sleeve (48. (9) Bake. If weld spatter in the area of pressure weld approximately 13inches from end of fulcrum has previously been removed and treated per subparagraphs (a) through (i) and sealant coating is intact. proceed as follows: If spatter has previously been removed and sealant is not intact comply with subparagraphs (e) through (i). part No. Federal Specification 0-A-51C. (12) If actuator attach lugs are cracked or corroded. use a borescope to facilitate inspection. for polysulfide sealant at room temperature. The presence of cracks shall be cause for rejection. (c) Magnetic-particle inspect internal cavities of fulcrum.110 inch radius in comers. rework keyway slot depth to 0. do not expose to high temperatures.501 and trunnion OD to 2. (dl Clean interior of fulcrum with l . refill cavities with a second coat of polysulfide sealant. (4) Nital etch inspect. (el Plug small hole in keyway of fulcrum assembly and fill the cavity with acetone. 1 Impression stamp DS on the two 1-112 inch expansion plugs with 3/16 inch letters and install one in each end of fulcrum. Surface finish shall be 63 RMS or better. 1-trichloroethane. NOTE Curing time with low pressure forced air. (11) Bake. (1) If not previously accomplished.T.l. remove lugs sufficiently to remove crack or corrosion indications by machining or milling. h.

Chamfer of OD of the 68D29135-49 bushing shall be increased to 45 degrees by 0.02 inch. in each hole. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHED (3) Vacuum cadmium plate ID and end per MIL-STD-870. (b) Bake as per subparagraph 2-4. During reassembly. part No. . NOTE AU bolts and fittings are to be torqued in accordance with T. (1) Grind inside diameter of steering bracket to remove corrosion but not to exceed 5. grind ID to maximum of 5. Install lubrication fitting.0101 0.030 inch. During reassembly of fulcrum and outer cylinder.T.O. Specification MIL-S-8802. Grind either or both surfaces 0. 355845-1. 370455-2. not interference fit). (a) Shotpeen reworked surface. Corrosion removal shall be limited to 45 percent of surface area and 0. (2) If corrosion cannot be removed in accordance with subparagraph (11.030 inch maximum depth.374511. 180 degrees apart and 0. k. Chrome plate either or both surfaces. grind ID oversize 0.(3). (4) Remove corrosion from plane surfaces of steering collar (area adjacent to 5. (3) Corrosion and other defects on ID of 1. Type 11.035 inch. presoak all packings in hydraulic fluid. 352604.387 inch above bottom face of gland nut (14).1250 (+0.500015.00151 -0. replace key. and unused lock screw holes of gland nut (14). Before reassembly. (b) Shotpeen ID.3750-inch steering cylinder hole may be removed to an ID of 1. before installation andlor assembly. (fl Bake as per subparagraph 2-4.020 inch. part No. (1) Remove corrosion from inside diameter by locally polishing or grinding sufficiently to remove defects but not to exceed 0. 370456-1. Class B-Y2. 1-1A-8 unless otherwise specified. with adjustable key (671. REASSEMBLY. Steering bracket (41).b. locking grooves.252 inches in accordance with MILSTD-1501. i. (2) Chrome plate ID and grind to 5.03010.b.74812.0000) inch diameter holes. and wedge (681.050 inch blending reworked area into parent metal.272 inches.2501 5.5000-inch bore) by locally polishing but not to exceed 0. NAS-516-1. Gland nut (14).(3).170-inch diameter opening at bottom of this hole should not be enlarged. part No.750 inches. The 1.) Reassemble shock strut assembly in reverse order of disassembly. Drill two 0. Align Wcrum and outer cylinder so that fulcrum is perpendicular to actuator attach lugs within 0. (See figure 6-4. Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5.030 inch fillet radius. and finish grinding to final dimension of 2. Locally polish isolated pits as required up to 0. as required. (a) Isolated pits remaining after grind shall be removed by locally polishing to a depth of 0.0002 minimum clearance (sliding fit.b. Specification MIL-G81322.540 inches for flame spray repair. coat entire interior of strut cylinder and exterior of piston with hydraulic fluid.030 inch in depth or 35 percent of surface area.020 inch maximum per MIL-STD-866.530 inches. Class 2. part No. Ensure that fit between fulcrum and outer cylinder is 0. (c) Bake as per subparagraph 2-4. Type 11. Type II. part No. (dl Chrome plate ID per MIL-STD-1501.(3). and MIGSTD-866. part No.5014 inches.O. Do not exceed more than 20 percent of either surface. Maintain a finish of 32 RMS surface roughness with a minimum radius of 0.5014 inches.5993 inches. 370454-2. LUBRICATION. Steering collar (441. Seal thread joint. In addition. a. Walls of reworked portion of hole should be blended with bottom of hole using a 0. Remove corrosion on flat surfaces by locally polishing or air blasting with aluminum oxide grit or suitable substitute until corrosion products are removed. Flame spray per MIL-STD-869 using METC0451 material. (3) If corrosion still remains after grinding at 5.040 inch depth maximum not to exceed 30 percent of circumference. Lubricate pressure lubrication points with grease. Fade shotpeening on surfaces adjacent to reworked areas. Specification MIL-H-5606. Class 3.500015.020 inch depth. (el Grind ID to 5. seal mating surface edges between fulcrum (69) and outer cylinder (71) with sealing compound. Specification MIL-H-5606. j.

T. TEST PROCEDURE. Assemble fulcrum to outer cylinder and ensure that actuator attach lugs are perpendicular to fulcrum to within k0. 363590-1A Same as for part No.002 inch.O. Special Torque Values. . is to be torqued to 90 to 110 footpounds and backed off to nearest setscrew position (14). 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET b. c. part No. 373517-1. Lower gland nut.

to plug the open 0. Same a s for part No. SPECIAL TOOLS. part No. Same a s for part No.O. Install with sealant. 371671-1 a t overhaul. SS48172 (Carr Fastener Corp. 371671-1.635-inch diameter hole located on the right side of the axle below the piston. Reidentify part No. 371671-1. TEST PROCEDURE. 388071-3 a t overhaul. except as follows: Part Nos. Reidentify part No. 388071-1. Same as for part No. 371671-1. Same a s for part No. 633/(6-34 blank) . AND -9 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. 388071-1 a s part No. 4 S 2 . Specification MIL-S-8802. -3. 371671-1.T. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. Same as for part No. DISASSEMBLY. MA). -5. 371671-1. Same a s for part No.63010. CLEANING. 388071-3 a t overhaul. Reidentify part No. 388071-9 a s part No. INSPECTION. 388071-5 a s part No. Class B2.2 3 3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. Cambridge. 371671-1. Same a s for part No. 388071-5 and 388071-9: Use plug button. 371671-1.

371671-1. 3303591-1 and 7926847-10 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DlFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING P A R T I C W S . Same as for part No. for ID of the hole of collar (55) that mates with cylinder (80).2517 inches. The local bioenvironmentai engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective eauipment reauirements. (See figure 6-7. REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT.. figure 6-71 that hold shafts (65 and 70) are 2. Cylinder (80) is 300M steel.T.752-inch interior surface (figure 6-51 to a thickness of 0. Same as for part No.75. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. 371671-1. original diameter is 5. Same as for part No.0003 inch thickness on threads. Index Nos. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-7 for similar parts in figure 6-4 and use table 6-5 for allowable service dimensions. Shafts (65 and 70) are 4340 steel. : 371671-1 except weight is 251 pounds. Collar (55) is 300M steel. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Vacuum cadmium plate the 4. 37 and up.0001510. The original diameters for holes in cylinder (80. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. For index Nos. There is no maximum thickness on exterior surfaces except 0.O.437212. for cross-bolt holes that hold bolts (64 and 691. 371671-1 for index Nos. d. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. heat treated to 280 to 300 ksi. original diameters are 0. heat treated to 280 to 300 ksi. Wear protective gloves and chemical gogglesffaceshield to prevent skin and eye contact.250315.75014. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO. 1through 36. c. disassemble in ascending order of index numbers assigned to figure 6-7. Same as for part No. INSPEC!l'ION. Repair and Replacement.0006 inch. If bolts do not have the letter P. and 76 of figure 6-7 are the same as part No. Change 1 G35 .42 through 51. CLEANING. 371671-1 except as follows: a.50110.87801 0.8790 inch in both cylinder (80) and shafts (65 and 70).) Same as for part No. c. b. Vacuum cadmium plate the exterior surfaces of cylinder (80) except those surfaces that mate with collar (55). DISASSEMBLY. original diameters are 0. 1through 36. \.508 inch in both the cylinder (80) and collar (55). Inspect all (new and used) cylinders (80) to ensure that bolts (64 and 69) have been identified with the letter P stamped on bolt head. for flange bolt holes that hold bolts (54). b. they will be removed and processed per subparagraph j.4383 inches. heat treated to 200 to 220 ksi. 371671-1 except as follows: a.

(6) Chrome plate may run out on 0. part Nos.50110. grind ID to maximumof 5. The 2. Plate (Type 11) the cylinder wall that mates with collar (55) to after plating diameter of 5. 63 RMS finish.720 inches during grinding. using standard shrink-fit method. (b) 1. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific 636 Change 2 respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Class 3.03) inch. Chrome plate surfaces of cylinder (80) that mate with collar (55) per MILSTD-1501. e. Final ream bushing ID to 0.250315. plate to 2. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. g.43712.422 inches minimum.12 (f0. Maximum plating thickness is 0. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.Class 3.760 inches. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. (2) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867.5632 inch.2850 inches for flame spray repair per MILSTD-869 using METCO 451 material.436-inch diameter.001/0.22-inch diameter relief cut.422-inch minimum diameter. Sulfamate nickel plating per MILSTD-868 may be used as an alternate method.8739-inch diameter. (3) Chrome plate ground areas to sizes noted per MIL-STD-1501. Type 11. grind to 2. part No. NOTE Remove only material required to clean up.2517 inches. Apply wet sealant per Specification MIL-S-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation.562510.0610.437-inch diameter. (4) Remove corrosion from the entire plane surface area of collar assembly (areas adjacent to 5. Install bushing.O.8748inch diameter to be 0. grind to 1. 4S2-23-3 DlfTERENCE DATA SHEIT 1 Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. figure 6-11.860 inches minimum. 63 RMS finish. (1) Damage/corrosion may be removed f h m particular areas by grinding per MIL-STD-866 to the following dimensions: (a) 2. (5) Chrome plate may run out on side of 0. 1 .750 inch face-to-face thickness will not be reduced below 2. and abrasive blasting operations must be performed in an adequately ventilated booth.860-inch minimum diameter. (b) 1. (2) If corrosion still remains after grinding ID at 5. Plate (Type I) the lower surface of bolt flange 0.0025-inch thick.1910. (a) 2.2498 inches. Type 11.503 inch.437-inch diameter. holes will be reamed oversize to 0. part No. Rework of shafts (65 and 701. and finish grinding to 2. (3) If collar bolt (54) holes are corroded or worn to 0. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements.510 inch.8748-inch diameter. AU shotpeening. Type 11.25031 5.248415. Type II.2517 inches. (4) Radius toward splined area on 1. Sulfamate nickel plating per MIL-STD-868 may be used as an alternate method.Class 3. 3303583-11-5: (1) Grind ID to maximum of 5. plate to 1. grinding.09inch radius of 2. 3303588-1-1-3 and 3332994-1. Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5. Class 3. Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5.0075 inch. 9418192-01.T. Chrome plate face-to-face thiclmess per MIL-STD1501.2667 inches. f.2667 inches per MIL-STD-866 to remove corrosion and pitting.7401 2. Chrome plate ID per MILSTD-1501. Collar Assembly (55.874811.2517-inch bore) by grinding either or both surfaces.

ventilation.O.877510. Wipe off excessive sealant after bushing installation. 114inch high letters. Type I. Install bushing. Plating may be chrome plate per MIL-STD-1501. Repair of pulley mounting lug is not applicable.9380 inch diameter through. Repairs to fulcrum are not applicable on assemblies. Bushing ends will not extend past OD of shaft. and personal protective clothing and equipment. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. 9418192-03. Impression stamp or VIBRO ETCH letter P.T. Bushing will be flush with outboard end of fulcrum (trunnion).4372l2. Grade C. part No. part No. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. h.50012.93751 0.439-inch diameter will be reamed to 2. 3303591-1. 0. part No. Class 3. part No.9380-inch diameter through. I I (8) Cross bolt holes worn to a maximum 0. part No. Type I. 3303589-1: (1) Holes worn to a maximum of 0. j. 8930253-03 on shaft.878inch using chrome plating per MIL-STD-1501 or nickel brush plating per MILSTD-865. k. Drill two each 718inch holes through bushing. Rework of through bolts (64 and 69). part No. I Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming operations. Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming and drilling operations. 161-2. Provide adequate ventilation during plating operations. 332994-1. i. 8930253-01.499-inch diameter through. part No. 3303591-1. (2) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (1)will be reamed oversize to 0.8770 inch. Type I or 11. Apply wet sealant per Specification MILS-81733 to ID of trunnion bore prior to bushing installation.87910. Plating may fade out 1/16 inch from head and 1/16 inch from thread relief radius. Alternate method is electroless nickel plate per Specification MILC-26074. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggleslface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.8791 0. Holes worn beyond 2. part No. Specification MIL-S-81733. (7) cadmium plate threads and splines per Specification MIL-C-8837. Lug is a removable eye bolt on assemblies. Ream holes for shafts (65 and 70) in bushings to 2. All bolts not identified with letter P on head will have bolt grip plated to a diameter of 0. and 127-31 will be strictly adhered to regarding adequacy of respiratory protection.0003-inch thick cadmium plate all other surfaces per Specification MIL-C-8837. using the standard shrink-fit method. Install bushing.878 inch using chrome plating per MIL-STD-1501 or nickel brush plating per MIL-STD-865. Class 2. part No. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. a t approximate center of bolt head after plating.882 inch (inside diameter) will be plated back to size of 0.9375/ 0. Holes to be centered in I . 8930253-05 on shaft. Rework of through holes in trunnion of outer cylinder.882 inch will be plated back to size of 0. Rework of hole for shafts (65 and 70). using the standard shrink-fit method. Class 1. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound. Coat OD of bushing with sealant. Install bushing. 3303588-1/-3 and bushing. electroless nickle per Specification MIL-C-2607. 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. (9) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (8) will be reamed oversized to 0. and press bushing into place while sealant is still damp. Apply wet sealant per Specification MILS-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound.4383. maintain a 32 RMS surface finish. Provisions of AFOSH Standards 161-1. Bushing ends will be flush with ID of trunnion bore.

part No.50110.1794/5. Threaded area at lower end of steering collar area. (3) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837. (4) Undersize gland nut (15). . Stencil on the nut. Cylinders (80) with corroded lower gland nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize gland nut (15) installed. Type 11. pitch diameter equals 5. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. part No.1756. (3) After either repair. (1) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. Type 11.503 inch. (d) With two undersize repair nuts. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. New threads should be 5. Provide adequate ventilation when using dry film lubricant.09015.108315.220-16UN-3A. major diameter equals 5.879.185-16UN-3A.2106. UNDERSIZED GLAND NUT .510 inch will be reamed oversized to 0. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact.O. 8852949-01.1038. pitch diameter equals 5. part No. should be used with this repaired cylinder. 0. Shallow corrosion to a maximum depth of 0. Ream holes for bolts (64 and 69) through bushing to 0.0088. 8852955. Cylinders (80) with flange bolts (54) holes.1737. that are corroded or worn to 0.0003-inch thick. o. should be used with this repaired cylinder. major diameter equals 5. Final ream bushing ID to 0. 0. 6-38 Change 5 (c) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIGC-8837.0494l5. Do not ingest. (4) Identify reworked cylinder (80) by making an X after part number found on raised stamp pad on fulcrum. Thread relief groove above threads must be recut to 5. should be used with this repaired cylinder. 8852949-03. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. p. major diameter equals 5. Treat threaded and keyways with dry film lubricant 5305 applied over cadmium plated surfaces.87810. pitch diameter equals 5.0806. using an electric vibro etch tool. Type I.T. air-dry to cure.INSTALLED. UNDERSIZED STEERING NUT 8852949-01 (OR -03) INSTALLED. (2) The second undersize repair will have new thread 5.013315.1387.22015. No post bake required. Undersize nut (431. the part number of the nut being used must be stenciled on the nut as follows. processing must be accomplished: the following (a) Nital etch per MILSTD-867 (b) Bake for 4 hours a t 375 (k25)"F within 4 hours after grinding.144445. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements.562510. Install bushing. using black polyurethane paint.879-inch diameter holes in cylinder. minor diameter equals 5.090015.006 inch over entire surface may be grit blasted per MIESTD-1504. Cadmium plate threads per Specification MILC-8837. using standard shrink-fit method. 9418192-01. Undersize nut (43).0003-inch maximum thickness on threads. part No.090-16UNS-3A. Apply wet sealant per Specification MIL-S-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation. Cylinders (80) with corroded steering mounting plate nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize nut (43) installed. All abrasive blasting operations shall be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. (2) Bake for 4 hours at 375 (-5)OF within 4 hours after grinding.185015.0437. minor diameter equals 5. 1. 0. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET existing 0. Overspray permissible. n.143315.87810.095 diameter.5632 inch. (1) The first undersize repair will have new thread 5.1388.0003-inch maximum thickness on threads. minor diameter equals 5. m. using a black polyurethane paint for the stencil.

8930253-03 on shaft. Bushing ends will be flush with ID of trunnion bore. Plating may be chrome plate per MILSTD-1501. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.part No. part No. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound. Also adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound.878 inch using chrome plating per MIL-STD-1501 or nickel brush plating per MIL-STD-865. 3303589-1: (1) Holes worn to a maximum of 0.87910.0003-inch thick cadmium plate all other surfaces per Specification MIL-C-8837. Type I or II.T.439-inch diameter will be reamed to 2. Class 2. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. using the standard shrink-fit method. Bushing ends will not extend past OD of shaft. i. Holes to be centered in Change 2 6-37 I . Alternate method is electroless nickel plate per Specification MIL-C-26074. part No.93751 0.437212.8791 0.8770 inch. Install bushing. 0. and personal protective clothing and equipment. Class 1. ventilation. Type I. Drill two each 718inch holes through bushing. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. 332994-1. Provide adequate ventilation during plating operations. 3303591-1. 8930253-05 on shaft. h. Rework of through holes in trunnion of outer cylinder.O. 8930253-01. Apply wet sealant per Specification MLS-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation. Rework of hole for shafts (65 and 70).9380-inch diameter through.. All bolts not identified with letter P on head will have bolt grip plated to a diameter of 0. Type I. (8) Cross bolt holes worn to a maxjxnum 0.Class 3. part No. Bushing will be flush with outboard end of fulcrum (trunnion). part No. maintain a 32 RMS surface finish. a t approximate center of bolt head after plating.be strictly adhered to regarding adequacy of respiratory protection. 9418192-03.878inch using chrome plating per MILSTD-1501 or nickel brush plating per MIL-STD-865. Impression stamp or VIBRO ETCH letter P. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. part No. (2) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (1) will be reamed oversize to 0. Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming and drilling operations. (9) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (8) will be reamed oversized to 0.4383. part No.871510.882 inch (inside diameter) will be plated back to size of 0. Coat OD of bushing with sealant. using the standard shrink-fit method. Holes worn beyond 2. 3303591-1. 161-2.9380 inch diameter through. Repairs to Mcrum are not applicable on assemblies. Install bushing.93751 0. I ! I Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming operations. k.882 inch will be plated back to size of 0. Install bushing. Grade C. Ream holes for shafts (65 and 70) in bushings to 2. part No. electroless nickle per Specification MIL-C-2607. j.50012. Rework of through bolts (64 and 69). Repair of pulley mounting lug is not applicable.499-inch diameter through. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Wipe off excessive sealant after bushing installation. part No. 3303588-1/-3and bushing. Specification MIL-S-81733. and press bushing into place while sealant is still damp. Plating may fade out 1/16 inch from head and 1/16 inch from thread relief radius. Provisions of AFOSH Standards 161-1. Lug is a removable eye bolt on assemblies. and 127-31 will . (7) Cadmium plate threads and splines per Specification MILC-8837. 1/4inch high letters. Apply wet sealant per Specification MILS-81733 to ID of trunnion bore prior to bushing installation.

pitch diameter equals 5. New threads should be 5.562510. should be used with this repaired cylinder. 0.T. Treat threaded and keyways with dry film lubricant 5305 applied over cadmium plated surfaces. air-dry to cure. Type 11. (c) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837. Cadmium plate threads per Specification MILC-8837.O.0806. (2) The second undersize repair will have new thread 5.0003-inch thick. o. 1.1038. h c a l bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements.179U5.22015. Overspray permissible. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. the following processing must be accomplished: (a) Nital etch per MTLSTD-867. All abrasive blasting operations shall be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. Cylinders (80) with corroded steering mounting plate nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize nut (43) installed. Final ream bushing ID to 0. should be used with this repaired cylinder.50110. 9418192-01. Undersize nut (431. I I (4) Identify reworked cylinder (80) by making an X after part number found on raised stamp pad on fulcrum. p. 6-38 Change 2 (3) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-(2-8837.0437.04945. the part number of the nut being used must be stenciled on the nut as follows. pitch diameter equals 5. part No. Type I.095 diameter. using standard shrink-fit method. (1) The first undersize repair will have new thread 5. Stencil on the nut. Install bushing.510 inch will be fl reamed oversized to 0. Undersize nut (431.503 inch. (4) Undersize gland nut (151. using a black polyurethane paint for the stencil. UNDERSIZED STEERING NUT 8852949-01 (OR -03) INSTALLED. Do not ingest. m.09015.220-16UN-3A.1737. 0. part No.006 inch over entire surface may be grit blasted per MIL-STD-1504. major diameter equals 5.143315. 8852955.1387.090015.1756. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. q. Cylinders (80) with corroded lower gland nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize gland nut (15) installed.185-16UN-3A.879. using black polyurethane paint. (3) After either repair. minor diameter equals 5.2106. 8852949-03. (2) Bake for four hours at 375 (e5I0F within four hours after grinding. using an electric vibro etch tool.0661 . pitch diameter equals 5. Provide adequate ventilation when using dry film lubricant. 0. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. Thread relief groove above threads must be recut to 5. Apply wet sealant per Specification MIL-S-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation.87810. Piston (16) with uplock link holes worn beyond 1. should be used with this repaired cylinder. part No. major diameter equals 5. Type II. Ream holes for bolts (64 and 69) through bushing to 0.185015.011 inch diameter will be reamed to 1. (b) Bake for four hours at 375 (f25)OF within four hours after grinding. No post bake required. 8852949-01. (d) With two undersize repair nuts. major diameter equals 5. that are corroded or worn to 0.1388. Cylinders (80) with flange bolts (54) holes. Shallow corrosion to a maximum depth of 0.090-16UNS-3A.108315. 482-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET existing 0. minor diameter equals 5.87810. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact. minor diameter equals 5.013315.5632 inch. part No.0003-inch maximum thickness on threads.0003-inch maximum thickness on threads. UNDERSIZED GLAND NUT INSTALLED.0088.879-inch diameter holes in cylinder.1444l5. (1) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. Threaded area at lower end of steering collar area. n.

Line ream to 1. Woodland Hills. PR1422G (B2) (Courtaulds Aeros~ace). a t assembly as follows: (1) coat liberally OD of bearing below O-ring and fill lightening grooves. inside of crossbolt holes. d. collar (55). and trunnion bore with STM40-112/Specification MILS-81733. Separable seal flanged joint as follows: (1) Coat faying surface of collar (55) with low adhesion.O. 7926487-10. H. Culver City7 CA 90231). Same as for part No. 21800 Burbank Blvd.0061 1.06611. Specification MILG81322.Same as for part No.T.O. and all O-rings with 0-Lube (Parker Seal Co. Piston (16) holes inspection: (1) Uplock link holes worn beyond 1. prior t o installation. bolts (64 and 69).009-inch diameter after installation. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET q.ing in (3) Coat mating surfaces of threads.749 inch. part No. (2) Coat faying surface of cylinder (80)with release agent. Sealant to be tack-free prior to cleaning and painting operations. Locally manufacture bushing. 210 East Alondra Blvd.T.502-inch diameter aRer installation. Thinly coat inside of bushing bore.) Reassemble shock strut assembly in reverse order of disassembly. corrosion-inhibiting sealant. REASSEMBLY. (See Figure 6-7.011inch diameter will be boredlreamed to 1. material aluminum bronze per AMS 4590. Plastilease 843 (Ram Chemical. Coat faying surfaces of shaft (65 and To). PR1403G (Courtaulds Aerospace Inc. Specification MIL-A-81322. Crossbolts (64 and 69) are to be torqued to 700 to 800 inch-pounds. CA 90248-2808). Specification MIL-S-81733. part No. TVD aluminum plate bushing Per Specification MIL-C-83488. a. (See detail A. (2) bearing. 10567 Jefferson Blvd. 43-1-182. Lower gland nut (15) is to be torqued to 90 to 110 foot-pounds and backed off to the nearest setscrew position. c. (3) Seal gland nut (15)to cylinder (80) joint and unused setscrew holes with a bead of inhibited polysulfide.O. Figure 6-7. bolts (7% spacer (74). Change 5 6-39 .50010. CA 91365-4226) or sealant per Specification MIL-S-81733. except as follows: a. bolts (581. bushing flange faying surfaces.562-inch diameter. Coat all mating surfaces of pin (75) and bushing (76) with grease. coat sparingly ID below 0+. Third Floor. TEST PROCEDURE. NOTE All bolts and fittings are to be torqued in accordance with T. 363590-1A. ensure that spline tooth is on topside centerline of cylinder (80) and spline groove is on bottomside centerline. When installing shafts (65 and 70). NONDESTRUcTrVE IIlSPJ3CTION. length of 0. On bearing (28) apply grease. Special Torque Values.O. Install bushing per T. material 4340 steel per AMS-S5000. 4s-1-182.067inch diameter. 371671-1.) c. b. unless otherwise specified. Locally manufacture bushing. Gardena. Line ream to 0. LUBRICATION. Same as for part No. b. 260 to 280 ksi.56010. Install bushing per T. 1-1A-8.74510. PO Box 4226.504-inch diameter will be boredlreamed to 0. (2) Tow lug holes worn beyond 0. (4) Seal four flange bolts (54) to cylinder (80) and collar (55) with bead of sealant.

3303591-1 and 7926487-10. 432-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET I Figure 6-7. Exploded View (Sheet 1 of 2) 6-40 Change 2 .T. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. Part Nos.O.

40.O. 79. 52. 43. 74. VALVE O-RING STANDPIPE O-RING BOLT WASHER BOLT WASHER JACK PLUG NUT WASHER RETAINER BUSHING SETSCREW GLAND NUT PISTON COlTER PIN FLATHEAD PIN RETAINER BEARING RETAINER PIN CAM CAM KEY WASHER SEAL ASSEMBLY 28.T. 47. 73. 26. 50. 77. 51. 45. 49. 11. 38. 70. 7. 64. Part Nos. 53. 37. 57. 30. 76. 61. 67. 58. 35. 9. 44. 71. 25. 34. 5. 63. 14. 68. 8. 78. 36. 21. 4. l2. 72. 16. 62. COLLAR NUT WASHER BOLT FllTlNG BUSHING NUT WASHER WASHER BOLT SHAFT NUT BRACKET WASHER BOLT SHAR NUT WASHER BOLT SPACER PIN BUSHING FITTING NAMEPLATE NAMEPLATE CYLINDER Figure 6-7. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. 13. 452-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 39. 65. 19. 6. 33. 56. 66. 3. 46. 41. 75. 22. 29. BEARING FELT STRIP SCRAPER BACKUP RlNG O-RING PACKING BACKUP RlNG BULKHEAD NUT ORIFICE SCREW LOWER PLATE UPPER PLATE NUT BOLT SCREW NUT BRACKET KEY FllllNG COLLAR BUSHING FITTING TAG SLEEVE NUT WASHER BOLT 55. 48. 17. 18. 23. 10. 54. 60. 42. Exploded View (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 2 6-41/(6-42 blank) . 59.3303591-1 and 7926487-10. 15. 32. 24. 27. 2. 80. 31. 69. 20.

If bolts do not have the letter P. Change 2 6-43 . tooling.. they will be removed and processed per subparagraph j... 3303590-9 or 3303590-11. Same as for part No. part No.50110. Shotpeen: Use No.. WR-341 NOMENCLATURE Orifice Retaining 5120-00-6750833 Nut Wrench DISASSEMBLY.. Wear or damage exceeding table 6-6 and figure 6-9 shall be reworked. heat treated to 280 to 300 h i .. 3303589-5.250315. b.. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-8 for similar parts in figure 6-3. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-8 for similar parts in figure 6-4 and use table 6-6 for allowable service dimensions..... d... figure 6-23) is 300M steel.22 inches 2 5 1 pounds SPECIAL TOOLS. the original diameters for holes in cylinder (821. a. 363590-1A INSPECTION...8790 inch in both cylinder (82) and shafts (67 and 72). PART NO. and milling steel products (4340) heat treated to 200 to 280 h i level.. 363590-14 except as follows: NOTE AU worn or corroded bolt holes shall be repaired in accordance with figure 6-9.. REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT.... (See figure 6-8... Coolants.. heat treated to 200 to 220 ksi. c...014 inch A2 intensity per Specification MILS13165.000011... boring. For flange bolt holes that hold bolts (55). Shafts (67 and 72) are 4340 steel. 230 steel shot at 0.42. 3303589-3.T. original diameter is 5. for ID of the hole of collar that mates with cylinder.0009 inches in both cylinder and shafts. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEl3 NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY PART NO.010 to 0. part No.. Same as for part No.508 inch in both cylinder and collar (56). 33035913. Same as part No. All machining operations shall be accomplished using floodcoolant techniques.. reaming.... honing..O.... and operating techniques shall be consistent with state-of-the-art as relates to cutting. part No. for cross-bolt holes that hold bolts (66 and 711. original diameters are 0.878010.. Repair and Replacement...... Same as for part No. AND 3316500-13 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET LEADING PARTICULARS. Collar (56) is 300M steel. CLEANING. b. 3303590-7.. that hold shafts (67 and 72) are 2. c... original diameters are 1.43721 2. the original diameters for holes in cylinder (82.635312.4383 inches... original diameters are 0. . If the strut assembly contains a cylinder assembly.....2517 inches. e..) Disassemble nose landing gear strut assembly in index number sequence assigned to exploded view. figure 6-81. heat treated to 280 to 300 ksi.33142033.6342 inches. Cylinder (82.. part No. 363590-1A except as follows: a. that hold shafts (67 and 72) are 2. If the strut assembly contains a cylinder assembly.... 363590-14 except as follows: .. for cross-bolt holes that hold bolts (66 and 711. Inspect all (new and used) cylinders (82) to ensure that bolts (66 and 71) have been identified with the letter P stamped on bolt head.

and 3316500-13.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEEl Figure 6-8. Part Nos. 3303591-3.3314203-3. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly.Exploded View (Shed 1 of 2) 6-44 .

O. FElT STRIP 30. 67. BEARING 29. 72. 3314203-3. 48.T. 82. 79. 65. 92. Nose Landing Gear Strut Assembly. 47. and 3316500-13. GLAND NUT 16. 61. RETAINER 20. COllER PIN 18. BOLT 6. 52. 89. 73. WASHER 12. 51. CAM 25. KEY 26. O-RING 5. 34. BACKUP RlNG 32. 3314207-5) CLAMP BLOCK SCRRN COTTER PIN NUT WASHER BOLT MOUNT Figure 6-8. BUSHING 14. 45. 83. 76. 41. 78. Exploded View (Sheet 2 of 2) . 74. 66. 46. PART NO. O-RING PACKING 33. 55. 77. FLATHEAD PIN 19. 88. 59. SEAL ASSEMBLY 28. WASHER 9. PISTON 17. WASHER 7. 50. SCRAPER 31. 85. 40. SEXCREW 15. RETAINER 22. NUT l l . STANDPIPE 4. 62. 39. 56. 68. 87. 49. BEARING 21. 81. CAM 24. PIN 23. 42. 75. 54. JACK PLUG 10. 57. 71. Part Nos. 60. WASHER 27. 69. 37. 43. 53. 70. BOLT 8. BACKUP RlNG BULKHEAD NUT ORIFICE SCREW LOWER PLATE UPPER PLATE NUT BOLT SCREW NUT BRACKET K N FIRING COLLAR BUSHING FIRING TAG SLEEVE RlNG NUT WASHER BOLT COLLAR NUT WASHER BOLT FITTING BUSHING O-RING (33035967 CYLINDER ONLY) 63. VALVE 2. 86. 84. 58. 91. O-RING 3. 64. 44. 90. NUT WASHER WASHER BOLT SHAR NUT BRACKET WASHER BOLT SHAR NUT WASHER BOLT SPACER PIN BUSHING FITTING NAMEPLATE NAMEPLATE CYLINDER BUSHING BUSHING FITTING (USED WITH SHAFI. 3303591-3. RETAINER 13. 38. 36. 80. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n 1. 35.

5635 ID 1.003 0.0007 63 ID 1.0003 0.0047 * 0.5993 68D29135-33 1. Allowable Service Dimensions REPAIR DIMENSIONS PART NO.7498 OD 0.7500 1.1898 OD 68D29135-33 125 1.005 1.437 OD 0.0007 0.1890 OD 1.4372 2.Table 6-6.0014 1.1885 ID MIN 68D29135-49 m 1.565 1.3745 1.560 ID 0.7470 1.0019 0.06243 0.002 0.003 - 1.7530 0.8702 1.7489 OD 1.0019 1.5010 2.503 68D29135-51 63 0.5000 0.4383 ID ID 2.436 OD 2.5625 1.3750 ID ID PLATING REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PART MACH FINISH MAX 1.3073 0. AND LOCATION (See figure S 8 ) Outer Cylinder Drag Pin Hole Bushing (78) Bushing (78) Drag Brace Pin (77) Bracket (44) Actuator Attach Lugs Bushings (61) Bushings (61) Steer Cylinder Attach Lugs Cylinder Trunnion (82) ORIGINAL DIAMETER MIN D MACH OVERSIZE 68D29135-43 63 0.006 68D29135-43 100 0.0003 0.0002 0.005 68D29135-43 100 MIN MAX MIN MAX 0.7519 ID ID 1.0002 0.002 1.003 Loose Fit 0.0625 MAX 63 1.0007 0.0634 0.5623 OD 1.066 68D29135-33 125 0.006 1.1875 BUSHING INTERFERENCE 100 0.0002 Loose Fit 0.5615 OD 1.0002 Trunnion Shaft (67 and 72) MAX CLEARANCE CLEARANCE ID REWORK LIMITS SERVICE TOLERANCE .

0060 Trunnion Shaft (67 and 72) - 2.0009 1.0002 0.8740 OD OD Trunnion Shaft Bolt Hole 0.0014 0.4383 m ID 2.8730 0.8790 ID ID Bolt (66 and 71) 0.0040 Cylinder (82) Trunnion REWORK LIMITS SERVICE TOLERANCE REPAIR DIMENSIONS 0.6360 2.0009 ID ID Bushing (84) 1.436 2.Table 6-6.6342 2.4372 0.8790 ID ID Bolt (71) D 0.6372 OD OD CLEARANCE MIN MAX 0.0047 (-)0.0030 (-)0.0000 1. Allowable Service Dimenswns (Cont) PART NO.0007 Bushing (83) BUSHING PLATING I3 0.0000 MACH FINISH MACH OVERSIZE INTERFERENCE MIN MAX .437 OD OD Cylinder Crossbolt Hole D 1.8740 OD OD 2.8730 0.0060 2.0014 OD OD DIAMETER MIN MAX MAX CLEARANCE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PART STSBGOOlA14U064 (-)0.8780 0.6353 ID ID Bushing (83) 2.8780 0. AND LOCATION (See figure 6-8) ORIGINAL DIAMETER MIN MAX Cylinder Crossbolt Hole D 0.0040 0.

part No. Cylinder. AND LOCATION (See figure 68) Bushing (84) Bolt (66 and 71)D ORIGINAL DIAMETER MIN MAX 0.Table 6-6.8740 D CLEARANCE MIN MAX 0. part No.0060 MIN OD A minus (-1 in front of the clearance signifies an interference fit. Cylinder.8730 OD 0. 3303589-5(with bushings). REWORK LIMITS SERVICE TOLERANCE REPAIR DIMENSIONS MAX MAX CLEARANCE PLATING REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PART MACH FINISH MACH OVERSIZE BUSHING INTERFERENCE MIN MAX .0040 0.8790 ID ID 0. 3303589-3(without bushings). Allowable Seruice Dimensions (Cont) PART NO.8780 0.

050 INCH. A. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEm E m ON ONE-PIECE OUTER CYLINDERS.T.7 1 Figure 6 9 .7. THE FOLLOWING DIMENSIONS APPLY ON ACTUATOR FACE-TO-FACE BASE METAL 1.010) INCHES BUSH ING FLANGE -0. AND FACE-TOFACEWITH BUSHING 1. PART NO. 3303590. Replacement and Reconditioniw Dimensions (Sheet 1 of 3) 5 1/8-16UNS-3A PITCH DIA .1.1 10 (20.010) INCHES.210 (20.O.l t '0: THD 5 114-16LJH- D + & = \ 1 4. :=.

Replocement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Sheet 2 of 3) 650 Change 1 OR ENnRE AREA SHOTPEEN REWORKEDAREAS. (BELOW STEP SEALTO PISTON BOTTOM) I EITHER REMOVE 2 7116-16N3A 0 PISTON AND AXLE (ROTATED 900 CW) Figure 6 9 .T.020 INCH MATERWJ SIDE EITHER LOCAUY OR ENTIRE AREA FROM DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON ORIOINAL BLUEPRINTSHOW= REWORKED AREA. . 4S2-233 DlfTERENCE DATA SHEET.O. ACCEPTABLE TO REMOVE UP TO 0.

Replacement and Reconditioning Dimensions (Sheet 3 of 3) Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. TO THESE DIMENSIONS. 3303589-5. Vacuum cadmium plate the 4. There is no maximum thickness on exterior surfaces except 0. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.0003 inch thickness on threads.0009 DIA WP) DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE AFTER TlTANlUM CADMIUM PLAnNG AS PER MIL-STD-1500.752-inch interior surface (figure 6-9) to a thickness of 0.O. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equi$ment >eq&ments. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. Vacuum cadmium plate the exterior surfaces of cylinder (82) except those surfaces that mate with collar (56). 3303589-3.T. Figure 6 9 . . G9500251 NOTE AFI'ER MACHINING CYLINDER. f. CLASS 2. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET DIA W P ) 1. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. REIDENTIFY CYLINDER AS PART NO.75014.0001510.0006 inch. g. PART NO.

860-inch minimum diameter. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. j. (4) Remove corrosion from the entire plane surface area of collar assembly (areas adjacent to 5. The 2.T. Class 3. Apply wet sealant per Specification MIL-S-81733 to ID of holes prior to bushing installation.03) inch. Chrome plate face-to-face per MIL-STD-1501. Class 3. (2) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867.422 inches millimum. 3303583-11-5: (1) Remove corrosion and pitting on ID by grindinglmachining to maximllm of 5.510 inch. Install bushing.2667 inches. 63 RMS finish.2484.437-inch diameter. and abrasive blasting operations must be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. Class 3. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact. 3314207-1.860 inches minimum.437-inch diameter.436-inch diameter.750 inch face-to-face thickness will not be reduced below 2.874811.2517 inches. Collar assembly (56. Type 11.2498 inches. Type 11. and -5. (a) 2. (1) Damagelcorrosion may be removed fmm particular areas by grinding per MILSTD-866 to the following dimensions: (a) 2.250315. Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5. grind to 2. grind ID to maximum of 5. 63 RMS finish (4) Radius toward splined area on 1. (b) 1.8748inch diameter to be 0.-STD-1501.O.5625/0. Sulfamate nickel plating per MIL-STD-868 may be used as an alternate method. 9418192-01.43712.22-inch diameter relief cut.760 inches. Maximum plating thickness is 0. part Nos. oversize hole to 0. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggleslface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.00Y0. (b) 1.0075 inch. part Nos.720 inches during grinding. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. (6) Chrome plate may run out on 0. figure 6-8). Rework of shafts (67 and 721. (2) If corrosion still remains after grinding ID at 5. NOTE Remove only material required to clean up.15. using standard shrink-fit method. Final ream bushing ID to 0.422-inch minimum diameter.250315.2517-inch bore) by grinding either or both surfaces. (3) Chrome plate ground areas to sizes noted per MU. (5) Chrome plate may run out on side of 0. Type 11. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. Plah (Type I) the lower surface of bolt flange 0.50110.12 (f0.74012. grinding. Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating.8748-inch diameter.503 inch. The local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific 6 5 2 Change 2 i.2850 inches for flame spray repair per MIL-STD-869 using METCO 451 material.2667 inches and chrome plate ID per MIL-STD-1501.0025-inch thick. Chrome plate surfaces of cylinder (82) that mate with collar (56) per MIL-sTb-1501.2517 inches. Finish grinding ID to final dimension of 5. part No. All shotpeening.5632 inch. h. I / i~ . 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. plate to 2. Plate (Type II) the cylinder wall that mates with collar (56) to after plating diameter of 5. Class 3. -3.8739-inch diameter. (3) If collar bolt (55) holes are corroded or worn to 0. plate to 1. Type 11. and finish grinding to 2. grind to 1.0610. Sulfaxnate nickel plating per MIL-STD-686 may be used as an alternate method.09 inch radius of 2.1910.

882 inch will be chrome plated back to size per MIL-STD-865. Finish dimension is 0. part No. 3303589-5. CA 913654226) to ID of crossbolt of shaft holes. (b) Subzero install bushing using dry ice and alcohol. trunnion through holes worn to a maximum diameter of 0. ream 0. Change 2 6-53 . PR-1431G. 3314207-1 and 3. Repair of pulley mounting lug is not applicable.O. Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming operations. k. Do not ingest. Lug is a removable eyebolt on these assemblies. Subsequent to this repair1 rework.9380inch diameter.003-inch thick. (1) If reworking outer cylinder.882 inch. part No. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET I Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating. part No. that are required by subparagraph (1)must incorporate all of the repairlrework in figure 6-9. For outer cylinder. 8930253-03. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. PO Box 4226. 161-2. ST. Rework of through holes in trunnion of outer cylinder: NOTE Cylinders. on shaft part Nos. 1. and personal protective clothing and equipment. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. 3rd Floor. 21800 Burbank Blvd. (8) Crossbolt holes worn to a maximum diameter of 0. part No. Woodland Hills. (7) Cadmium plate threads and splines per Specification MIL-C-8837.878 inch. and 127-31 will be strictly adhered to regarding adequacy of respiratory protection. 0. Also. Class B-112 (Courtaulds Aerospace Inc. Provisions of AFOSH Standards 161-1.937510. figure 6-8.878 diameter holes in line through bushings before installing fasteners or shaft. Install bushing. To install bushings. Allow to dry for 12 hours.40-111. on shaft. Federal Specification TT-N-95. MS15001-1. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact. Provide adequate ventilation during plating operations. Class 1. 3314207-5) with grease fitting. (9) Holes which cannot be repaired per subparagraph (8) will be oversized to 0. ventilation. reidentify cylinders to part No. part No.T. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skin and eye contact.882 inch will be machined to dimensions shown in figure 6-9. Type I. (2) After installing bushing (84). after bushing installation on either part number outer cylinder. cadmium plate all other surfaces per Specification MIL-C-8837. figure 6-8) installed. PR-1422G. Part No. Shaft holes and trunnion must also be machined to the dimensions shown in figure 6-9 and bushings (83 and 84. Only install shaft (67 and 72. 3314207-5. same address as above) to be tack-he prior to cleaning or painting operations. Part No. replace through hole bushing (84) if bushing ID exceeds 0. Failure to observe safety precautions could result in personal injury or death. follow these procedures: Provide adequate ventilation when using dry ice and alcohol. (a) Prior to bushing installation.8791 0. Type I.87910. 3303589-3. B-112. (c) Fillet seal both ends of bushing with sealant. adequate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound. and bushing. clean parts and bore with aliphatic naphtha. part No. 3303589-5. or equivalent. Type I. 3303589-3. 893025305. part No. and apply coat of STM40-112 (Courtadds Aerospace h c . part No. Repairs to firlcrum are not applicable on these assemblies.

Type 11. 6-54 Change 2 Provide adequate ventilation during cadmium plating.0003-inch maximum thickness on threads. No post bake is required. maintain a 32 RMS surface finish.090015. pitch diameter equals 5. (4) Undersize gland nut (15).8770 inch.0003 inch thick. reiden* cylinders to part No.T. Class 3.1737. shaft holes. Treat threaded areas and keyways with dry film lubricant 5305 applied over cadmium plated surfaces. (1) The first undersize repair will have new thread 5.0088. 1 . 0. 0. Cylinders (82) with corroded lower gland nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize gland nut (15) installed. All abrasive blasting operations shall be performed in an adequately ventilated booth. adeauate ventilation must be provided when using sealing compound.0806.439-inch diameter will be machined to dimensions shown in figure 6-9 and bushings installed. replace shaft hole bushing if bushing ID exceeds 2.22015. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact. Eye protection must be worn while involved in reaming and drilling operations. To replace bushings. Do not ingest. n.O. Wear protective gloves and chemical goggledface shield to prevent skiin and eye contact. (3) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MILC-8837.013315. should be used with this repaired cylinder. . Also. Rework of hole for shafts (67 and 72. 3303589-5. minor diameter equals 5. part No.877510. All bolts not identified with the letter P on head will have bolt grip plated to a diameter of 0. follow instructions given in subparagraphs l. air-dry to cure.006 inch over entire surface may be grit blasted per MIL-STD-1504.2106. 3303589-3. that are repaired by subparagraph n. 8852955.(lXa) through (c). NOTE Cylinders. Cadmium plate threads per Specification MIL-C-8837. Type I or 11. figure 6-8). 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n m. q.1388. (1) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. .1794/5. part No. Stencil on the nut. p. Cylinders (82) with corroded steering mounting plate nut threads may have new threads ground and undersize nut (43) installed. (2) Bake for four hours at 375 (st25I0F within four hours after grinding. at approximate center of bolt head after plating. Undersize .439 inches. part No. part No.090-16UNS-3& major diameter equals 5. Plating may fade out 1/16 inch from head and ll16 inch fkom thread relief radius. Subsequent to this repair1 rework. using black polyurethane paint. major diameter equals 5. Grade C. Class 2. Provide adequate ventilation when using dry film lubricant. Impression stamp or vibro etch letter P. 3303589-5. ll4inch high letters. Type I. Plating may be chrome plate per MIL-STD1501. pitch diameter equals 5. Trunnion through holes.0437. r. Rework of through bolts (66 and 71). 3303589-3. and trunnion must also be machined to the dimensions of figure 6-9 and bushings installed. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements. UNDERSIZED GLAND NUT I N S T U D . shaft holes worn beyond 2.049415. If reworking outer cylinder. Overspray permissible. Threaded area at lower end of steering collar area. For outer cylinder. Local bioenvironmental engineer will provide information regarding specific respiratory and personal protective equipment requirements.143315. must incorporate all of the repairlrework in figure 69. o. minor diameter equals 5. Shallow corrosion to a maximum depth of 0.220-16UN-3A. electroless nickel per Specification MIL-C-1607. New threads should be 5.

980-inch maximum. diameter to be concentric within 0. and polish the 0. (3) If plated surface is worn beyond tolerance or damaged. Plating on ID of piston is optional (figure 2-31.015-inch material removal on the diameter maintaining 0.010 inch. 8852949-03. (2) The second undersize repair will have new thread 5. (el Chromium plate. 4S2-233 DlFFERENCE DATA SHEET nut (431.0003-inch maximum thickness on threads. PART NO. the part number of the nut being used must be stenciled on the nut as follows.O. (b) Bake for four hours at 375 (+251OF within four hours after grinding. - Change 2 G55 . (1) Vacuum cadmium plate all external surfaces not chrome plated.020 inch minimum outer diameter.500-inch radius below the chromium plate to a 32 RMS or better finish. Plate ID of axle. minor blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 No more than 10 percent of the bearing area is affected by polishing to a depth not to exceed 0. -7 Chrome plate. (b) On the inner bearing journals. 6 Shotpeen. UNDERSIZED STEERING NUT.995313. -8 Bake. (c) Bake. 5 Bake. Undersize nut (431.9975-inch diameter. (c) If damage is more extensive: 1 Grind the inner journals sufficiently to remove afects not to exceed 0. should be used with this repaired cylinder. I (g) Grind to 3. 3 No more than 30 percent of any one square inch-of area is affected by polishing. (dl With two undersize repair nuts.49901 2. 10 Bake. Type 11. 8852949-01 (OR -03) I N S T W D .1387. pitch diameter equals 5. galls. remove defects. 2 Grind the outer journals to remove defects not% exceed 0. (d) Shotpeen.120-inch maximllm wall thickness.185015. PistonIAxle Assembly (151.03G inch. 9 Grind inner journals to 2.185-16UN-3A. the following processing must be accomplished: (a) Nital etch per MIL-STD-867. scoring. lug IDS. recondition as follows: (a) Strip chromium plate.002 TIR. Use a black polyurethane paint for the stencil. should be used with this repaired cylinder. and bearing areas.095 diameter.993-inch diameter. part No. 0.1756.144415. (2) Locally polish minor blemishes in the chromium plate within 3. part No. (a) On the outer bearing journals. 2 No pit edge is sharper than 0.155 inch. 380204-5. s.09015. (c) Vacuum cadmium plate per Specification MIL-C-8837.9990-inch-iliameter and outer journals to 2. ( f l Bake. (3) After either repair. 3 Bake. (b) Grind to a 3. including lugs. Thread relief groove above threads must be recut to 5. Maintain a minimum wall of 0. -4 Nital etch inspect.108315.1038. locally hand polish not to exceed 10 percent of the journal area.4998-inch diameter.T.99981 2. minor diameter equals 5. minor blemishes may be locally polished provided: 1 No more than 20 percent of the bearing area is affected by the polishing. - Nital etch inspection must be accomplished by qualified personnel only. If defects remain. (4) Inspect the wheel bearing journals of the axle for wear.060 radius. 8852949-01. and pits. major diameter equals 5. (4) Identi@reworked cylinder (82) by making an X after part number found on raised stamp pad on fulcrum using an electric vibro etch tool. 2 Depth of the polishing does not exceed 0. Part No.

09010. Circular Magnetization CONDUC- FIGURE 6-8 INDEXNO. w.030 inch fillet radius.170-inch diameter opening a t bottom of this hole should not be enlarged. u. Same as for part No.014 A2 intensity.035 inch NONDESTRUCTION INSPECTION. (2) If cracks are evident in keyway corner and do not exceed 1/32 inch in depth. 11 Magnetic-particle inspect per Specification -1-6868C. (b) Bake for four hours at 375 (f25)OF. 230 steel shot at 0. Install lubrication fitting NAS-516-1 in each hole. Fade shotpeening on surfaces adjacent to reworked areas. NLG cylinder assembly (82.0101 0.T. Inspect cylinder as follows: Table 6 7 . (1) Remove corrosion h m inside diameter by locally polishing or grinding sufficiently to remove defects but not to exceed 0. 352604. (2) Electroless nickel plate ID and grind to 5. CURRENT 1 (Central Conductor) 1000 AMPS 2 (Head Shot) 2000 AMPS 3 (Head Shot) 2000 AMPS . (dl Electroless nickel plate inside diameter of the collar per Specification MILC-26074. smooth and blend in with radius. 82 TOR PART NAME Cylinder Assembly POSITION NO. rework keyway slot depth to 0.5014 per MILSTD-866. . 355845-1.1250 (+0. Chamfer of OD of the 68D29135-49 bushing shall be increased to 45 degrees by 0. 363590-1A except as follows: a. The 1. (a) Isolated pits remaining after grind shall be removed by locally polishing to a depth of 0. (b) Shotpeen inside diameter of collar using No. 856 Change 2 Bake for four hours a t 375 (f25)'F: v.374511.014 4 intensity per Specification MIL-S-13165. (a) Shotpeen reworked surface using No. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (O Provide adequate ventilation during f luorescent-penetrant inspection. figure 6-4). grind inside diameter oversize 0.030 inch in depth o r 35 percent of surface area. (e) Grind to 5.625-inch maximum to obtain an 0. Steering bracket (411.110-inch radius in corners. up to 0. heat treated to 280 to 300 ksi.25015. Walls of reworked portion of hole should be blended with bottom of hole using a 0. Gland nut (14). (1) If not previously accomplished. 230 steel shot at an 0.040-inch depth maximum not to exceed 30 percent of circumference. Drill two 0. Corrosion removal shall be limited to 45 percent of surface area and 0. Locally polish isolated pits. part No.020 inch.030 inch in accordance with MIL-STD866. as required.010 to 0. (2) If corrosion cannot be removed in accordance with subparagraph (11.3750-inch steering cylinder hole may be removed to an ID of 1. figure 6-8) is made of 300M steel.010 to 0.0000) inch diameter holes.500015. t. (c) Bake for four hours at 375 (f25)OF prior to plating. Wear protective gloves and prevent skin contact with solution and developer. (3) Corrosion and other defects on ID of 1. (1) Grind inside diameter of steering bracket to remove corrosion but not to exceed 5. 340876.500 inch blending reworked area into parent metal. Maintain a finish of 32 RMS surface roughness with a minimum radius of 0. 180 degrees apart and 0.387 inch above bottom face of gland nut (14).030-inch maximum depth.252 inches in accordance with Specifications MILC-26074 and hIIL-STD-866. Remove corrosion on flat surface by locally polishing or air blasting with aluminum oxide grit or suitable substitute until corrosion products are removed.5993 inches.272 inches.O. b.03010. Steering collar sleeve (48. Steering collar (44) part No. part No.0015/ -0.

T. A-2 (figure 6-10) 1500 AMPS with &turn coil (7500 AMP turns) B-1. 82 PART NAME COIL LOCATION NO.O. Cylinder Assembly A-1. B-2 (figure 610) 1500 AMPS with 5-turn coil (7500 AMP turns) CURRENT Change 2 6-56A/(S56B blank) . Longitudinal Magnetization FIGURE 6-8 INDEX NO. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n Table 6-8.

Before reassembly. at assembly a s follows: (1) Coat liberally OD of bearing below O-ring and fill lightening grooves. (3) Coat mating surfaces of threads. and all O-rings with grease. figure 6-81. 33035893 and 3303589-5 LUBRICATION.O. bolts (66 and 711. Lower gland nut (15. figure 681. (See figure 6-8. Lubricate pressure lubrication points with grease. When installing shafts (67 and 72). Coat mating surface of pin (77) and bushing (78) with grease. before installation andlor assembly. b. In addition. Specification MIL-A-81322. Specification MIL-G81322. Specification MIEG-81322. a. collar (561. On bearings (28) apply grease. REASSEMBLY. part No. 1-1A-8 unless otherwise specified. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 2 Figure 6-10. 373517-7. Coat faying surfaces of shaft (67 and 72. (2) Coat sp-gly 1 ' below O-ring in bearing.) Reassemble shock strut assembly in reverse order of disassembly. coat entire interior of strut cylinder and exterior of piston with hydraulic fluid. Specification MIL-H-5606. ensure that spline tooth is on topside centerline of [cylinder (82) and spline groove is on bottom side centerline. Thinly coat inside of bushing bore and bushing flange faying surfaces with SI"I'40-112/S~ecification IifIL~81733prior to installation of bishing. c. Part Nos. then fillet seal both ends of bushing with STM4O- . (See fiwe Cs. bolts (59 and 751. Cylinder Assembly Inspection Coil b a t i o n and Conductor Position. Special Torque Values.) c.T. Specification MIL-G81322. b. presoak all packings in hydraulic fluid.O. a. NOTE All bolts and fittings are to be torqued in accordance with T. Specification MIL-H-5606. spacer (76). Crossbolt (66 and 7 1)are to be torqued to 700 to 800 inch-pounds. is to be torqued to 90 to 110 foot-pounds and backed off to the nearest setscrew position.

h. part No. TEST PROCEDURE. 6-58 Change 2 f. 21800 Burbank Blvd. CA 91365-42261. or trichloroethane per Federal Specification 0-T-620. 3rd Floor. (2) coat faying surface of cylinder flange.DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n lll1Specification MIL-S-81733. Seal collar bolt for part No. e. Surface shall be wiped dry with a clean cloth saturated with aliphatic naphtha per Federal Specification TT-N95. with low adhesion corrosioninhibiting sealant. PR1403G (Courtadds Aerospace Inc. 3303583. Gardena. part No. then fillet seal both ends of bushing with STM40-111/Specification MIL-S-81733. PO Box 4226. Thinly coat inside of crossbolt holes and trunnion bore -with SW4O-112/Specification MILS-81733 prior to installation of bushing. 367643-1. Sealant to be tackfree prior to cleaning and painting operations. Plastilease 843 (RAM Chemicals. part No. Install filler. 210 E Alondra Blvd. Woodland Hills. or cleaning solvent per Federal Specification P-D-680. Sealant to be tack-free prior to cleaning and painting operations. Seal gland nut (15) to cylinder (82)joint and unused setscrew holes with a bead of inhibited polysulfide. prior to installation. 3303590-7 with bead of sealant. g.No. 3303583-5. Specification MIL-S-81733. part No. Separable seal flanged joint as follows: (1) Coat faying surflzce of collar assembly. CA 90248-2808). to collar (56) using chlorophrene base cement or 3M Scotch grip 1300L rubber and gasket adhesive. part No. Same as for pa* p ~ ~ 363590-1A . PR1422G (B2) (Courtadds Aerospace Inc. Location of filler is identified on drawing . d. 3303589-5 with release agent. s m e address as subparagraph e-(1)).

T.O. 4S2-23-3

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET

PART NO. 9235508-10

NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY

THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR
THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET

LEADING PARTICULARS. Same as for part No.
3314203-3 except for as follows:
Replace bracket, part No. 380222-3, with part No.
9235338-01.
Replace extension shaft, part No. 380246-1, with
part No. 9235339-01.
MODIFICATION OF PISTON ASSEMBLY, PART
NO. 388028-19. If is ton assemblv. art No.
9235340-10 is not ava'ilable. modification of ist ton
assembly, part No. 388028-19 is authorized w;th the
following exception.
d

7

L

a. Plug existing uplock link attach holes with
plugs manufactured from 4340 steel heat treated to
200 to 220 ksi. OD of plugs to be such to ascertain
a n interference fit of 0.001 to 0.002 inch diameterally. Plug length to be equal to or 0.005 inch less
than lug length.
b. Brush cad plate per MIL-STD-865 plug ODs
prior to installation.

d. Bore and ream ski bracket attach holes to
meet all dimensional and finish demands of Air
Force dwg, part No. 9235340-10 (98747).
e. Complete modification of piston assembly,
part No. 388028-19 to piston assembly, part No.
9235340-10 by accomplishing all dimensional and
finish demands of Air Force dwg 9235340-10
(98747).
f. Do not paint piston axle ID and axle cross
bolt holes ID.
REWORK OF AXLE CROSS BOLT HOLES. Axle
cross bolt holes that do not exceed 0.504 inch in
wear may be used as is. Wear andlor damage that
exceeds 0.504 inch shall be machined oversize to
0.560 to 0.561 inch with finish of 123 rms. Temper
etch per existing directive. Locally manufacture
oversized bushing from 4340 steel, heat treated to
260 to 280 ksi. Install bushing using bushing installation procedures specified by T.O. 48-1-182. Final
ream busing ID to 0.500 to 0.501 inch.

c. Install plugs using bushing installation procedures specified by T.O. 43-1-182.

Change 6 6-59/(6-60 blank)

T.O. 4S2-233

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET

NOSE LANDING GEAR LOWER TORQUE ARM
ASSEMBLY
NOSE LANDING GEAR UPPER TORQUE ARM
ASSEMBLY

PART NO. 388068-1
PART NO. 388069-1

THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR
THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET

INSTALLATION OF BUSHINGS IN TORQUE
ARMS. Same as for part Nos. 355205-1 and
355117-1, except in figure 2-8 change note 12> to
read:

Machine to 1.400 to 1.398 after installation of
bushings.

6-61/(6-62

blank)

T.O. 4 S 2 - 2 3 3

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET

NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT ASSEMBLY, PART NO. 364653-2A

PART NO. 39617511

THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF M I S TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR
THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THIS DATA SHEET

BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. Same as for part No.
396175-13, except as follows:
In figure 5-1, index numbers for sheet 1 are
changed as follows:
1. 364653-2A STRUT ASSEMBLY
5. 351519 RETAIMER (2 REQD)
6. BLN12003G-C BEARING (4 REQD)
lo. NAS430012-2 SPACER (4 REQD)

13. 351517 SEAL (2 REQD)
SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. Same as for part No.
396175-13, except as follows:
In figure 5-2, index numbers are changed a s
follows:
2. 337387 VALVE (2 REQD)
4. 356304-1 RETAINER (2 REQD)

11. 695548-3 STEERING CYLINDER (2
REQD)

6-63/(6-64 blank)

((41)) Install hose assembly (48) and tighten fittings. ((39)) Install two of the unions (47) in each of the steering cylinders (11). AND 7926486-30) THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THIS DATA SHEET BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. (3) Replace the note preceding subparagraph (58) with the following note and subparagraph (57A): 83. Sheet 5. PART NOS. index numbers are changed as follows: 23. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. ((42)) Install hose assembly (51) and tighten fittings. 371670-1 BOLT 139. 396175-25 AND TUBING ASSEMBLY 77. 756001-1 SPACER (2 REQD) 85. 371689-1R BRACE ASSEMBLY ((38)) Install four gaskets (46) on four unions (47) and lubricate with petrolatum. index numbers are changed as follows: 161. 372667-1 WASHER 82. PART OF 76) b. . In instructions: (1) Omit subparagraphs (26) and (27). ((57A)) Remove screws holding jack plug (88) to the bottom of strut assembly (1). 39617517 NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT A S SEMBLY. Sheet 7. index No. 371671-1. NOT USED 32. UNDER NUT) Sheet 9. NAS1197-10 WASHER (2 REQD. Remove jack plug. index numbers are changed as follows: 1. (2) Replace subparagraphs (38) through (42) with new subparagraphs (38) through (42): 78.7926486-10. except as follows: a. AN7502-28 NUT (2 REQD) Sheet 2. Federal Specification W-P-236. Same as for part No. SEE FIGURE 6-12) 31. 139 is changed as follows: . SEE F I G m E 6-12) Sheet 3 is replaced by figure 6-11. sheet 2.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET PART NO. 339242-4 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 167. MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372683-1. MS21902-6 UNION (PART OF 76) 168. ((40)) Lubricate the threads of the four unions on the inboard sides of manifold assemblies (27) and (33). 371689-1L BRACE ASSEMBLY NOTE 84. NOT USED 33. MS20392-3-49 PIN 25. 371671-1 STRUT ASSEMBLY 4. MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372684-1. 396175-13. sheet 1. NAS1022A17 NUT (2 REQD) Sheet 6 is replaced by figure 6-11. UNDER BOLT HEAD) AN960ClOL WASHER (2 REQD. AN381-2-9 COTTER PIN 27. In figure 5-1: Sheet 1. index numbers are changed as follows: 76. Perform subparagraphs (57A) through (60A) only if a new arm (90) and/or arm (93) is being installed.

install ring (12). b. 396175-23 with the exception that the index numbers of figure 5-3 are changed as follows: 2. (38) Install unions (46) in valve assembly (36) and tighten. MS21908-6 ELBOW 19. (5) Replace subparagraphs (37) through (40) with new subparagraphs (37) and (38): (37) Install two gaskets (45) on two unions (46) and lubricate with petrolatum. Figure 5-2 is replaced by figure 6-12. (4) In subparagraph (361. install ring (12). paint the shims with zinc chromate primer. is built up in the same way as for part No. MS21924-6 UNION 13. washer (42) is not used.O.. part No. c.005 inch. (24) Install two gaskets (24) on two unions (25) and lubricate with petrolatum. Same as for part No. the maximum allowable gap is 0. Federal Specification W-P-236. MS20995C32. ((69A)) Secure the crossbar (115) and shims (119) in position with four bolts (120) and nuts (122). When the correct shim thickness has been determined. 370740-345 TUBE ASSEMBLY 24. (2) Replace subparagraph (14) with new subparagraph (14): (14) Install the third packing (11) in the outer groove of the valve body (1). Tighten the nuts. The cylinder and tubing assembly. behind the packing. 370740-347 TUBE ASSEMBLY . Federal Specification TT-P-1757. KSU17-1 BALL 7.T. Federal Specification W-P-236. 396175-13. except a s follows: a. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD) 23. in front of the packing. part No. SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. (25) Install unions (25) in manifold assembly (13) and tighten. MS21902-6 UNION 21. MS21902-6 UNION 15. In the instructions: manifold assembly buildup (1) Replace subparagraph (12) with new subparagraph . Tighten the screws and safetywire using lockwire. (5) Replace subparagraph (69) with new subparagraphs (69) and (69A): ((69)) Install crossbar (115) and shims (119) in arms (90 and 93). Peel laminations of shim to fit. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n (4) Add subparagraph (60A) following subparagraph (60): (3) Replace subparagraphs (24) through (27) with new subparagraphs (24) and (25): ((60A)) Replace jack plug (88) and screws removed in subparagraph (57A).(12): (12) Install one of the ~ackiners(11)in the g-roove nearest to the shoulder bf the d v e body (1). 396175-25.

32.134 COTTER PIN AN6290-6 GASKET (4 REQD) MS21902-6 UNION (4 REQD) 149-52825-0090. FIGURE 6-12) MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. 39. FIGURE 6-12) MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 50. 51 52. Part No. SAME AS 21. 46. 373531-3 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PART OF 27) AN 173-6 BOLT 2752-048 NUT LS4893-4 RETAINER AN4H14A BOLT MS20219-4 PULLEY AN960. 5455. 43.O.180 HOSE ASSEMBLY NOT USED 50. NOT USED NOT USED 370740-46 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD. 57. 40. 58.T. 54FIGURE Figure 6-11. FIGURE 6-12) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD SAME AS 47. 38.10 WASHER AN310-3 NUT MS24665. 149-52825-0090. 41. SAME AS 18. 44. 48. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEEi 37. NOT USED . 49. 53.180 HOSE ASSEMBLY 56. FIGURE 6-12) 370740-47 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 57. 42. 47. 29. 45. 396175-17 (Sheet 1 of 2) . Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 5960.

T. 105. 114. 107. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n 88. 116. 115. . 108. 119. 95. 103. 39. 109. Part No. 98. 103. 121. 117. . 96. 122. 93. 101. JACK PLUG (PART OF 1) NAS75-18-004 BUSHING 356718-1 ARM 356028-1 BOLT 35. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 89. 94.396175-17 (Sheet2 of 2) . 102.O.MS24665-359 COTTER PIN 15187-1 VIBRATION INSULATOR (2 REQD) 355269-1 LINK NAS1104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT 355270-1 BOLT AN960-1016 WASHER (3 REQD) NAS43HTIO-18 SPACER (2 REQD) AN963-816 WASHER AN320-8 NUT MS24665-298 COTTER PIN NAS 1104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT M524665-298 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 357918-1 FITTING 357771-1 CROSSBAR AN6-12 BOLT AN310-6 NUT M524665-134 COTTER PIN 353665 SHIM (2 REQD) NAS1104-19 BOLT (4 REQD) NOT USED AN310-4 NUT (4 REQD) F i 6-11. 120. 118. 91 92. 90. 11 1 112. 104.5205-1 TORQUE ARM 356718-2 ARM AN960-1416 WASHER AN320-14 NUT MS20008-91 BOLT MS20002C8 WASHER AN960-816 WASHER EBO8O NUT . 110. 97. 106. 113.

T. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET n BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372684-1 Figure 6-12. 396175-17 (Sheet 1 of 3) . Manifold Assemblies for Part No.O.

1 Figure 6-12.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372683. 396175-17 (Sheet 2 of 3) . Manifold Assemblies for Part No.

LS4764-6 RlNG 20. AN8144DL PLUG (2 REQD) 7. M S 2 0 0 0 5 4 4 BOLT ( 2 REQD) 38. 53. 48. 52. 372690-1 VALVE BODY (2 REQD) 2. 27. 32. AN62896 NUT 19. 57. 24. 3 5 1 5 0 6 WASHER 15. 372684-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 14. 44. 396175-17 (Sheet 3 of 3) 6-71/(6-72 blank) . A N 6 2 9 0 3 GASKET (2 REQD) 17. NAS670-175 RlNG 16. MS28775222 PACKING ( 6 REQD) 12. 31. 21. 23. 46. 39. 45. 51. 52-022-094-0875 PIN (2 REQD) lo. Manifold Assemblies for Part No. 41. 26.O. 373531-1 OR 373531-3 VALVE ASSEMBLY 37. AN62906 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW A N 6 2 9 0 6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON AN6290-4 GASKET ( 2 REQD) M S 2 1 9 0 2 4 UNlON ( 2 REQD) 372683-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351506 WASHER NAS670-175 RlNG AN62894 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG AN6290-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW AN6290-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON MS28775-113 PACKING (2 REQD) 36. 35. LS4565-27 RlNG (8 REQD) 13. 55. MS28775-008 PACKING (2 REQD) 8. 56. 54. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1 . 3 5 1 5 0 2 PLUG (2 REQD) 9. 34.T. 49. 30. 3 3 7 4 5 2 SPRING (2 REQD) 4. AN814-3 PLUG ( 2 REQD) 18. 42. 50. 25. 29. 47. 356356-1 VALVE (2 REQD) 3. AN6290-8 GASKET (2 REQD) 6. 43. 3 5 1 5 1 4 RETAINER ( 2 REQO) 5. 33. 3 5 1 5 0 3 RlNG ( 2 REQD) l l . 40. 22. MS20002C5 WASHER (2 REQD) AN960-516 WASHER (2 REQD) EB054 NUT (2 REQD) M S 2 0 0 0 5 2 8 BOLT NOT USED AN960-516 WASHER EB054 NUT A N 6 2 9 0 4 G A S K O (2 REQD) MS21924-4 UNlON (2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG AN6290-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW AN6290-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON A N 6 2 8 0 4 VALVE AN6289-6 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG A N 6 2 9 0 4 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW Figure 6-12. 28.

Tighten the nuts (101). (39) Install two of the unions (47) in each of the steering cylinders (11). (55) Attach support blocks (93 and 94) to the tang (88) using four bolts (951. PART NO. sheet 3. . (42) Install tube assembly (51) and tighten fittings. Sheet 9 is replaced by figure 6-13. Sheet 4. The pins are to be centered in the trunnions to within 0. Install cotter pin (106A). Sheet 5. (40) Lubricate the threads of the four unions on the inboard sides of manifold assemblies (27) and (33). Install bolt (90A) and nut (SOB). (4) Replace subparagraphs (54) through (69) with new subparagraphs (54) through (61): (54) Attach pads (89) and (88A) to the tang (88) by installing insert (89B) into tang. 396175-13. In instructions: (1) After subparagraph (18). Sheet 2. In the forward holes. and four nuts (97) for each of the support blocks. 31. hold in position with two bolts (99) in the rear holes. washer (1051. sheet 1. sheet 2. MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372684-1. and nut (106). four washers (961. (3) Replace subparagraphs (38) through (42) with new subparagraphs (38) through (42): (38) Install four gaskets (46) on four unions (47) and lubricate with petrolatum. Sheet 7 is replaced by figure 6-13. Federal Specification W-P-236. Install two bolts (901. NOT USED 33.03 inch. In figure 5-1: Sheet 1 is replaced by figure 6-13. 396175-23 (MODIFIED) CYLINDER AND TUBING ASSEMBLY 82. Sheet 3 is replaced by figure 6-13. sheet 5. insert new subparagraph (18A): (18A) Install pin (12) in each of the upper trunnions of the steering cylinders. (41) Install tube assembly (48) and tighten fittings. (2) Omit subparagraphs (26) and (27). index numbers are changed as follows: 27. except as follows: a. and two nuts (92). four washers (100) (two under the bolt heads and two under the nuts). 7926829-10) PART NO. 345726-7 BRACE ASSEMBLY 84. Same as for part No. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT ASSEMBLY. MANlFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372683-1. MAS75-20-005 BUSHING (2 REQD) 85. and two nuts (101). 61 is changed to be 380239-1 ARM ASSEMBLY. 30010113 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THIS DATA SHEET BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. b. LH7644-164 NUT (2 REQD) Sheet 6 is replaced by figure 6-13. NOT USED 32. install two bolts (1021. (57) Install torque arm (104) and hold in position with bolt (1031.O. four washers (100) (two under the bolt heads and two under the nuts). 345726-8 BRACE ASSEMBLY 83. Tighten all nuts. Install bolt (89A) into insert. index numbers are changed as follows: 76. two washers (91). and two nuts (101).T. (56) Install tang assembly (98) and two caps (98A and 98B). index No. sheet 4. SEE FIGURE 6-14). Tighten the nuts. Tighten the nut (106) only enough to provide a drag on the torque arm (104) so that it requires from 1 to 15 foot-pounds to move the torque arm (104). SEE FIGURE 6-14).

Tighten the nuts. insert subparagraphs (72A) through (72F): (72A) Install bushings (128B) in bracket (128A). in fmnt of the packing. Federal Specification W-P-236. (61) Attach lever (118) to lever assembly (113). washer (1151. ~afe&vireboth nuts with lockwire. (37) Install two gaskets (45) on two unions (46) and lubricate with petrolatum. Figure 5-2 is replaced by figure 6-14. and tighten. c. The cylinder and tubing assembly. In the instructions: manifold assembly buildup (1) Replace subparagraph (12) with new subparagraph (12): (12) Install one of the packings (11)in the groove nearest to the shoulder of the valve body (1). and nut (116). and two caps (164) on the axles. fasten with bolt (114). Loosen the nut closest to the switch body until a gap of 0. and nut (121). Tighten (59) Install two bushings (112) in lever (111). (25) Install unions (25) in manifold assembly (13) and tighten. Tighten each cap (164) to 100 foot-pounds while manually rotating wheel. (60) Attach lever assembly (113) to fitting (107). install cotter pin (117). behind the packing. (2) Replace subparagraph (14) with new subparagraph (14): (14) Install the third packing (11) in the outer groove of the valve body (1). (72E) Verify that the strut is fully extended. then reinsert pin (128D). install ring (12). Install lock: screw (165) in each cap (164). Same as for part No. Secure the switch in position by tightening both nuts. (72B) Attach bracket assembly (128E) to arm (61) using two bolts (128D. two washers (109A1. Position the tab on the washer in the locating hole in the bracket. and two nuts (110). (5) Immediately following subparagraph (721.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (58) Attach fitting (107) to torque arm (104) using two bolts (108). Retighten 50 foot-pounds while manuallv rotating wheel. Back off to zero but with all parts still seated. tight& to nearest position. Tighten the nut but allowing free relative motion of the two levers. two retainer assemblies (1631. install ring (12). except as follows: a. (72D) Loosely install switch (1281) with a nut on the switch side and a nut and washer on the other side of the bracket assembly (128E). 697260-1 VALVE . (72C) Attach lever (118) to bracket assembly (128E) using pin (128D). part No. SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. washer (1201. MS20995C32. (6) Replace subparagraph (95) with new subparagraph (95): (95) Install two seals (1621. 396175-13. b. 396175-23 (modified). is built up in the same way as for part No. (38) Install unions (46) in valve assembly (36) . .010) inch is obtained between the nut and the bracket assembly (l28E). Tighten the nut but allowing lever assembly (113) to move fjreely. part No. the nuts. Federal Specification W-P -236. Fasten with bolt (1191.220 (+0. install cotter pin (122). (4) Replace subparagraphs (27) through (40) with new subparagraphs (37) and (38). Maintain the position of this nut and tighten the other nut. Attach cable (128C) and pin (128D). If not at a locking position. Adjust switch (1281) so that the switch plunger is just touching lever (118). two washers (128G). 396175-23 with the exception that one of the index numbers of figure 5-3 is changed as follows: w ~- ~ 12. and nuts (128H). (72F) Remove pin (128D) to release lever (118).two spacers (109) between the fitting and the torque arm. (3) Replace subparagraphs (24) through (27) with new subparagraphs (24) and (25): (24) Install two gaskets (24) on two unions (25) and lubricate with petrolatum.

5. 3401095-1 1 STRUT ASSEMBLY 338948 SPACER DP39B BEARING (2 REQD) MS21025-28 NUT (2 REQD) 355844-1 RETAINER (2 REQD) KWBISSSG BEARING (2 REQD) STEERING COLLAR (PART OF 1) NUT (PART OF 1) BRACKET ASSEMBLY (PART OF 1) 356019-1 SPACER (4 REQD) 402306-3 STEERING CYLINDER (2 REQD) NAS561P-14-16 PIN (2 REQD) 356176-1 SHIELD (2 . 13. 8. 3001011-3 (Sheet 1 of 5) . 2. 9. lo. 7. 4. Part No. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 12. Nose Landing Gear Assembly.T. 14. 11.REQD) MS16624-1050 RING (2 REQD) 14 - & TYPICAL BOTH STEERING CYLINDERS Figure 6-13. 3.O. 6.

2752448 NUT 40. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 37. FIGURE614) 60. 370740-241 TUBE ASSEMBLY 49. 54. AN833-6 ELBOW (2 REQD.O. M524666134 COTER PIN 46. AN4H14A BOLT 42.29. ANazese NUT (2 REQD. 53. NOTUSED NOTUSED 37074046 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2REQD) AN628W NUT (2 REQD. FIGURE 614) 58. 55. MSn092-6UNION (4 REQD) 48. LS48994 RETAINER 41. AN833-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 57. FIGURE 614) 57. NOTUSED 50. ANge0. AN8334 ELBOW [SAMEAS SO.32. AN310-3NUT 45.10 WASHER 44.239 TUBE ASSEMBLY 52.T. SAME AS 21. SAME AS 18. NOTUSED 51.54 FIGURE 614) Figure 6-13. 37S531-5 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PART OF 27) 38. 3001011-3 (Sheet 2 of 5) 6 7 6 Change 3 G9100772 . STSPK300-06 GASKET (4 REQD) 47. SAME AS 47. Part No. 370740. 37074047TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 RMD) 58. FIGURE614) 59. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. AN173-6 BOLT 39. MS20219-4 PUUm 43.

rsAnnr NUT (3 REQD) 34001226 SUPPORT BLOCK 34001228 SUPPORT BLOCK NAs1108500 BOLT (8 REQD) AN960416 WASHER (8 REQD) A N NUT (8 REQD) 34001223 TANG ASSEMBLY (MADE UP OF 87-88) 3400122-7 CAP 34001228 CAP ANBOLT (2 REQD) ANS60-616 WASHER (8 REQD) NAS679A6 NUT (4 REQD) AN6-57 BOLT (2 REQD) 3400122-13 BOLT 380240-1 TORQUE ARM AN960-1416 WASHER AN320-14 NUT MS24665-359 COlTER PIN 380243-1 FllllNG NASl103-17 BOLT (2 REQD) NAS42DD6-22 SPACER (2 REQD) AN-1 0 WASHER (2 REOD) MS2l042-3 NUT (2 REQD) 380242-3 LEVER LS3859F3-8 BUSHINO (2 REQD) 380242-1 LEVER ASSEMBLY (MADE UP OF 111 AND 112 AN23-14 BOLT AN980-10 WASHER AN320-3 NUT MS24665-151 COTlER PIN 380244-1 LEVER AN23-14 BOLT ANgBO-10WASHER AN320-3 NUT MS24685-151 COlTER PIN Figure 6-13.O. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEm 3400122-9 TANG 3S15442-1 PLATE 3400122-11 PAD AN57 BOLT 3591SCNY0469INSERT NAS517-3-36 SCREW (2 REQD) NAS1205-38 BOLT MS210426 NUT AN960-10 WASHER (2 REQD) NAss.T. Part No. 3001011-3 (Sheet 3 of 5) . Nose Landing Gear Assembly.

126. NAS679A2 NUT 1%. 125. 128 E 344069CAP 355327-1 HANDLE ASSEMBLY NAS1104-180 BOLT AN310-4 NUT 355326-1 BOLT hAS24665-134 COTTER PIN 380245-3 BRACKET LS3859F4-8 BUSHING 380245-5 CABLE NAS1354S7512D PIN 380245-1 BRACKET ASSEMBLY (MADE UP OF 127A-1270) 128 F NAS1103. 128 C.13 BOLT (2 REQD) 128G. MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) 128 I.O. 128A. NOT USED 137. AN960D10 WASHER (2 REQD) 140. 3001011-3 (Sheet 4 of 5) . 128 8. MS27039-1-21 SCREW (2 REQD) 138. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. AN520-10RlB SCREW 133 AN%0-10L WASHER 134. 124. 128 D.T. ANWO-10 WASHER (2 REQD) 128H. 33988 BRACKET 136. NOT USED 139. G9i Figure 6-13. . 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1 (REF) 129 (LONGER END) \ 122. 123. 339271 CABLE ASSEMBLY 130. Part No. rMS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) -- .MS24331-1 SWITCH 129. 127128. 130 ' Y TOP V p . MS24M5-132 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 131 NAS42HT-6-32 SPACER 132.

lee.3001011-3 (sheet 5 of 5) 168 . 168. 163.O. 164. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n I 164 162. 167.T. Nose Landing Gear Assembly.Part No. 185. PART OF 76) Figure 6-13. 161 337119 COLLAR (2 REQD) 3392429 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 5866Ll2 SE4L (2 REQD) 403311-13 RETAlNER ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 403311-6 CAP (2 REQD) 403311-7 LOCKSCREW (2 REQD) NOT USED AN8156 UNION (PART OF 76) AN8338 ELBOW (2 REQD.

Manifold Assemblies for Part No.3001011-3 (Sheet 1 of 3) . 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON.O.372684-1 Figure 6-14.T.

Manifold Assemblies for P a ~No.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY O N 372683-1 Figure 6-14. t 3001011-3 (Sheet 2 of 3) .

43. 26. ll. 32. 28. 45. 2. MS20002C5 WASHER (2 REQD) AN96e516 WASHER (4 REQD) STSCD007-10 NUT ( 2 REQD) M S 2 0 0 0 5 2 8 BOLT MS2OOO2C5 WASHER AN960-516 WASHER (2 REQD) STSCD007-10 NUT STSPK30004 GASKET (2 REQD) MS21924-4 UNION ( 2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT MS9058-06 RING STSPK300-06 GASKET AN833-6 ELBOW STSPK300-06 GASKET (2 REQD) AN815-6 UNION AN6280-6 VALVE AN6289-6 NUT M S 9 0 5 8 4 6 RING STSPK30006 GASKET AN833-6 ELBOW Figure 6-14. 21. 47. 25. 9. Manifold Assemblies for Part No. 34. 4S2-23-3 1. 13. 49. 55. 12. 4. 20. 44. 53. 18. 30. 31. 15. 29. 23.T. 54. 16. 6. 373531-5 VALVE ASSEMBLY 37. M S 2 0 0 0 5 3 4 BOLT ( 2 REQD) 19. 56. 24. 22. 14. 7. 46. 27. 3001011-3 (Sheet 3 of 3) . 5. 17. 8. 57. 39. 50. 3. 42. 35. 5l. 41. 372690-4 VALVE BODY (2 REQD) 356356-1 VALVE (2 REQD) 337452 SPRING ( 2 REQD) 351514 RETAINER ( 2 REQD) STSPK300-08 GASKET ( 2 REQD) AN814-8DL PLUG ( 2 REQD) MS2877SO08 PACKING ( 2 REQD) 351502 PLUG ( 2 REQD) NAS561P3-16 PIN ( 2 REQD) 351503 RING (2 REQD) MS28775222 PACKING ( 6 REQD) LS4565-27 RING ( 8 REQD) 372684-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351506 WASHER MS16624-1175 RlNG STSPK300-03 GASKET ( 2 REQD) AN8144 PLUG (2 REQD) AN62896 NUT MS9058-06 RlNG STSPK30M)G GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW STSPK300-06 GASKET MS2l902-6 UNION STSPK300-04 GASKET ( 2 REQD) M S 2 1 9 0 2 4 UNION ( 2 REQD) 372683-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351506 WASHER MS16624-1175 RlNG AN6289-6 NUT MS9058-06 RING STSPK300-06 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW STSPK300-06 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON MS28775-113 PACKING (2 REQD) 36. 40. 33.O. 10. 38. 48. 52.

(40) Lubricate the threads of the four unions on the inboard sides of manifold assemblies (27) and (33). 33924204 or 339242-9 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD ON 388067-7) 339242-7 or 339242-13 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD ON 388067-9) 167. Sheet 4. NAS1104-330 BOLT Sheet 1is replaced by figure 6-15. 371670-1 BOLT 78. MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372684-1. except as follows: Sheet 8. (3) Omit subparagraphs (26) and (27). MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372683-1. 372667-1 WASHER 82. 371689-8 BRACE ASSEMBLY 84. sheet 2. index numbers are changed as follows: 61. Sheet 2. PART NOS.O. NOT USED.03 inch. sheet 3. PART OF 76) b. change torque value to 210 (+lo) foot-pounds. The pins are to be centered in the trunnions to within 0. LH7644-164 NUT (2 REQD) Sheet 6 is replaced by figure 6-15. insert new subparagraph (18A): (18A) Install pin (12) in each of the upper trunnions of the steering cylinders. 388071-3 AND 792648660) THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. AN320-4 NUT Sheet 9. Sheet 3 is replaced by figure 6-15. SEE FIGURE 6-16). NOT USED. (4) Replace subparagraphs (38) through (42) with new subparagraphs (38) through (42): (38) Install four gaskets (46) on four unions (47) and lubricate with petrolatum. (41) Install tube assembly (48) and tighten fittings. index numbers are changed a s follows: 161. MS20392-3C-49 PIN 27. MS21042-4 NUT 23. 396175-13. 388067-7 AND 388067-9 NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT ASSEMBLY. 31. index numbers are changed as follows: 21. (39) Install two of the unions (47) in each of the steering cylinders (11). index numbers are changed as follows: 76. sheet 1. (2) After subparagraph (181. SEE FIGURE 6-16). sheet 4. In instructions: (1) In subparagraph (171. . 33. Same as for part No. 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET PART NO.T. 388069-1 ARM ASSEMBLY 63. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. 756001-1 SPACER (2 REQD) 85. 371689-7 BRACE ASSEMBLY 83. Federal Specification W-P-236. 158. index numbers are changed a s follows: 157. MS21902-6 UNION (PART OF 76) 168. 32. 396106-1 or 396106-3 CYLINDER AND TUBING ASSEMBLY 77. AN960-1416L WASHER Sheet 5. Sheet 7 is replaced by figure 6-15.

(3) Replace subparagraphs (24) through (27) with new subparagraphs (24) and (25): (24) Install two gaskets (24) on two unions (25) and Iubricate with petrolatum. (69A) Secure the crossbar (115) and shims (119) in position with four bolts (120) and nuts (122). Federal Specification W-P-236. Install racer (84) and nut (85) on the other end of the pin. install ring (12). install ring (12). Install the bracket (135) and shim (136). position the bracket to provide the minimum vertical clearance obtainable (but not less than 0. MS20995C32. Install spacer (84) and nut (85) on end of pin having the longer threads. The maximum allowable gap is 0. (6) Replace the note preceding subparagraph (58) with the following note and subparagraph (57A): NOTE Perform subparagraphs (57A) through (60A) only if a new arm (90) and/or arm (93) is being installed. When the shim thickness has been determined. Locate bracket (135) in position and determine the thickness of laminated shim (136) required to obtain a minimum clearance of 0. (8) Replace subparagraph (69) with new subparagraphs (69) and (69A). behind the packing. (5) Replace subparagraph (51) with new subparagraph (51): (51) Attach brace assemblies (82 and 83) to the strut assembly (1). SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. 396175-13. and two nuts (140). (7) Add subparagraph (60A) immediately following subparagraph (60): (60A) Replace jack plug (88) and screws removed in subparagraph (57A). MS21902-6 UNION 15. KSU17-1 BALL 7. Federal Specification TI'-P-1757. tighten this nut against the shoulder of the pin. Tighten the nuts.T. 396175-23 with the exception that the index numbers of figure 5-3 are changed as follows: 2. tighten this nut against the nut on the opposite end of the pin. is built up in the same way as for part No. two washers (1381. MS21924-6 UNION 12. part No. (38) Install unions (46) in valve assembly (36) and tighten.010 to 0. part No. MS21908-6 ELBOW 19. MS21902-6 UNION .020 inch) between the top of the collar (7) and the adjacent lower surface of the bracket (135). b. 697260-1 VALVE 13. in front of the packing.O. (69) Install crossbar (115) and shims (119) in arms (90 and 93) . except as follows: a. wet using corrosion-preventative sealant per Specification MIES-8802B2 on the faying surfaces. (78) Route the other end of the cable around the collar pulley. (25) Install unions (25) in manifold assembly (13) and tighten. two washers (1391. Tighten the screws and safetywire using lockwire. Federal Specification W-P-236.005 inch. Before tightening the nuts. The cylinder and tubing assembly. (2) Replace subparagraph (14) with new subparagraph ( 14): (14) Install the third packing (11) in the outer groove of the valve body (1). Peel laminations of shim to fit. c. Figure 5-2 is replaced by figure 6-16. 396106-1. Same as for part No. In the instructions: manifold assembly buildup (1) Replace subparagraph (12) with new subparagraph (12): (12) Install one of the packings (11)in the groove nearest to the shoulder of the body (1). (9) Replace subparagraph (78) with new subparagraph (78). Secure in place with two screws (137). paint the shims with zinc chromate primer. (4) Replace subparagraphs (27) through (40) with new subparagraphs (37) and (38): (37) Install two gaskets (45) on two unions (46) and lubricate with petrolatum.020 inch between the outer edge of the dollar (7) and the bracket (135). 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (42) Install tube assembly (51) and tighten fittings. (57A) Remove screws holding jack plug (88) to the bottom of strut assembly (1)and remove jack plug.

MS21902-6 UNION 14. is built up in the same way as for part No. LS4634-6 GASKET 19. 396106-3. 697260-1 VALVE 13. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 21. MS21924-6 UNION 21.T. part No. MS21908-6 ELBOW 18. LS4634-6 GASKET 15. MS219-8-6 ELBOW (2 REQD) 23. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD) 8. MS21902-6 UNION 20. 370740-347 TUBE ASSEMBLY d.O. The cylinder and tubing assembly. LS4634-6 GASKET 24. 370740-345 TUBE ASSEMBLY 11. KSU17-1 BALL 7. 370740-347 TUBE ASSEMBLY . 396175-23 with the exception that the index numbers of figure 5-3 are changed as follows: 1. LS4634-6 GASKET 23. 3400770-5 CYLINDER ASSEMBLY 12. 154634-6 GASKET 2. 370740-345 TUBE ASSEMBLY 24.

3. 388067-7and 388067-9(Sheet 1 of 4) . 4. 6. Part Nos. 8.T. 12. 5. 2. 388071-3 STRUT ASSEMBLY 338948 SPACER Y T A I W BEARING (2 REQD) MS21025-28 NUT (2 REQD) 355844-1 RETAINER (2 REQD) KWB15SSG BEARING (4 REQD) STEERING COLLAR (PART OF 1) NUT (PART OF 1) BRACKET ASSEMBLY (PART OF 1) 356019-1 SVACER (4 REQD) 695568-1 STEERING CYLINDER (2 REQD) NAS561P-14-16 PIN (2 REQD) 356176-1 SHIELD (2 REQD) MS16624-1050 RING (2 REQD) 14 4 4 TYPICAL BOTH STEERING CYLINDERS Figure 615. 11. 14. lo. 482-2343 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEW 1. Nose Lunding Gear Assembly. 7. 13. 9.O.

48. 56. FlGURE6-16) MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 50. 388067-7 and 3888067-9 (Sheet 2 of 4) G91007EO . 52. 58. 46.T. 47. 51. 49. 38. 41. 60- NOT USED 370740-239 TUBE ASSEMBLY NOT USED NOT USED 370746-46 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD. 43. FIGURE 6-16) 370740-47 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 57. 53. 57. 44. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 37.O. 54. 39. 45. 40. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. SAME AS 2 1. SAME AS 18. 55. Part Nos. FIGURE6-16) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD. 42. SAME AS 47. 54. 29 FIGLJRE6-16) MS2 1908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD . FIGURE 6-16) Figure 6-15. 32. 373531-5 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PAPT OF 26) AN 173-6 BOLT 2752-048 NUT LS4893-4 RETAINER AN4H14A BOLT MS20219-4 PULLEY AN960-10 WASHER AN310-3 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN LS4634-6 GASKET (4 REQD) MS21902-6 UNION (4 REQD) 370740-241 TUBE ASSEMBLY NOT USED 50. 59.

114. 107. 96. 115. 101. 99. 112. 104. 100. 95. 103. 110. 1D6. Nose Landing Gear Assembly.T. 109. 117. 111. 119. 108. Part Nos. 89. 388067-7 and 3888067-9 (Sheet 3 of 4) . 121. 116. 97. 105. 92. 102. 98. 120. 90. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E D 88.O. JACK PLUG (PART OF 1) NAS75-18-004 BUSHING 356718-1 ARM 388119-3 BOLT 388068-1 TORQUE ARM 356718-2 ARM AN960-1416 WASHER AN320-14 NUT MS20008-91 BOLT MS20002C8 WASHER AN960-816 WASHER 57585-820 NW MS24665-359 COTTER PIN J5187-1 VIBRATION INSULATOR (2 REQD) 355269-1 LINK NAS 1104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT 355270-1 BOLT AN960-1016 WASHER (3 REQD) NAS43-10-18 SPACER (2 REQD) AN960-816 WASHER AN320-8 NUT MS24665-298 COTTER PIN NAS 1 104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT MS24665-298 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 357918-1 FITTING 357771-1 CROSSBAR AN6-12 BOLT AN310-6 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN 353665 SHIM (2 REQD) NAS1104-19 BOLT (4 REQD) NOT USED h621042-4 NUT (4 REQD) Figure 615. 93. 113. 122. 91. 94. 118.

LS5940-3 LAMINATED SHIM 137.O. 344069 CAP 124. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 355326-1 BOLT 128. 339271 CABLE ASSEMBLY 130. AN960ClOL WASHER i 2 REQD) 140. MS21042-3 NUT 135.18 SCREW 133. MS24665-132 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 131. NAS603. MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) TOP VIEW Figure 6-15. MS24665-1% COTTER PIN 129. 388067-7 and 3888067-9 (Sheet 4 of 4) . 339288 BRACKET 136. AN310-4 NUT 127. NAS1104-18D BOLT 126. 492-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 129 (LONGER END) 123.T. AN960-10L WASHER 134. NAS1197-10 WASHER (2 REQD) 139. 355327-1 HANDLE ASSEMBLY 125. NAS623-3-14 SCREW (2 REQD) 138. NAS42HT-6-32 SPACER 132. Part Nos.

388067-7and 388067-9(Sheet 1 of3) . 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372604-1 Figure 816. Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos.T.O.

388067-7 and 388067-9 (Sheet 2 of 3) . 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372683 -1 Figure 6-16.O. Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos.T.

MS28775-222 PACKING ( 6 REQD) l2. 52. 6. 56. 43. 22.l l 7 5 RlNG A N 6 2 8 9 4 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON MS28775-113 PACKING (2 REQD) 36. 4. 44. 33. MS16624-1175 RlNG 16. 46. 3. 45. NAS561P3-16 PIN ( 2 REQD) 10. 21. 7. 23. 50. 53.388067-7and 388067-9(Sheet 3 of 3) . 41. 34. 55. 24. LS4634-3 GASKET ( 2 REQD) 17.T. 42. 54. 27. 25. 35. Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON LS4634-6 GASKET ( 2 REQD) M S 2 1 9 0 2 4 UNlON ( 2 REQD) 372683-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 3 5 1 5 0 6 WASHER M S l 6 6 2 4 . 47. A N 8 1 4 4 PLUG ( 2 REQD) 18. 3 5 1 5 0 6 WASHER 15. 40. A N 6 2 8 9 4 NUT 19. 28. 31. 48. 3 5 1 5 0 2 PLUG ( 2 REQD) 9. 372690-1 VALVE BODY ( 2 REQD) 356356-1 VALVE (2 REQD) 3 3 7 4 5 2 SPRING ( 2 REQD) 3 5 1 5 1 4 RETAINER ( 2 REQD) LS4634-8 GASKET ( 2 REQD) AN8144DL PLUG ( 2 REQD) M S 2 8 7 7 5 0 0 8 PACKING ( 2 REQD) 8. MS20002C5 WASHER ( 2 REQD) AN960-516 WASHER ( 2 REQD) 57585-524 NUT ( 2 REQD) MS20005-28 BOLT 3 4 5 5 7 0 WASHER AN960-516 WASHER 5 7 5 8 8 5 2 4 NUT L S 4 6 3 4 4 GASKET ( 2 REQD) MS21924-4 UNlON ( 2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNlON A N 6 2 8 0 6 VALVE AN6283-6 NUT LS4764-6 RlNG LS4634-6GASKm MS21908-6 ELBOW Figure 6-16. 57. 39. 2. 3 5 1 5 0 3 RlNG ( 2 REQD) ll. MS20005-34 BOLT ( 2 REQD) 38. 49. 51. 372684-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 14. LS4565-27 RlNG ( 8 REQD) 13. 5. 30. 32. LS4764-6 RlNG 20.O. 26. 29. 373531-1 OR 371531-3 VALVE ASSEMBLY 37.

O. AND 396106-5 OR 396106-7 USED ON STRUT. (22B) Retighten nut (22A) making sure that the eyebolt (22B) is correctly aligned and that the bracket assembly (22) is free to pivot. (3) After subparagraph (221. 339242-13 WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 167. 345731 SPACER USED ON STRUT.3303591-3. sheet 1. PART NO. AND 371689-12 USED ON STRUT. PART NO. 3 3 0 3 5 9 5 1 AND 3 3 0 3 5 9 5 5 NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT ASSEMBLY. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. Sheet 2 is replaced by figure 6-17. sheet 2. (39) Install two of the unions (47) in each of the steering cylinders (11). Sheet 4 is replaced by figure 6-17. Sheet 9. Sheet 5. insert new subparagraphs (22A) and (22B): (22A) Loosen the nut (22A) on the inner eyebolt (22B). 3303595-1. sheet 5. 3303595-5. 3303595-1. Sheet 3 is replaced by f i e 6-17.03 inch. Lift the inner eyebolt (22B) to enable pin (23) with washer (24) to be inserted. Position the bracket assembly (22) in place. change torque value to 210 (+lo) foot-pounds. PART NO. 3303595-5. sheet 4. sheet 7.on four unions (47) and lubricate with petrolatum. 371689-8 BRACE ASSEMBLY USED ON STRUT. Sheet 6 is replaced by figure 6-17. (2) After subparagraph (181. 396106-3 CYLINDER AND TUBING ASSEMBLY USED ON STRUT. 756001-1 SPACER (2 REQD) 85. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET PART NO. index numbers are changed as follows: . PART NO. 372667-1 WASHER 82. Infigure5-1: Sheet 1is replaced by figure 6-17. . PART NO. 84. AND 371689-11 USED ON STRUT. insert new subparagraph (18A). PART OF 76) b. (6) Replace subparagraphs (28) through (42) with new subparagraphs (38) through (42): (38) Install four gaskets (461. AND 345731-3 USED ON STRUT. index numbers are changed as follows: 168. 3303595-5. 3303595-1. PART NO. Same as for part No.T. In instructions: (1) In subparagraph (171. Insert the pin (23). except as follows: a. 3303595-1. 83. 39'6175-13. Sheet 8 is replaced by figure 6-17. 3303591-1. (18A) Install pin (12) in each of the upper trunnions of the steering cylinders. 76. sheet 6. (4) Replace subparagraph (23) with new subparagraph (23): (23) Install washer (24) and cotter pin (25) on pin (23). LH7644-164 NUT (2 REQD) 86. PART NO. Federal Specification W-P-236. The pins are to be centered in the trunnions to within 0. 3303595-5. (5) Omit subparagraphs (26) and (27). 371689-7 BRACE ASSEMBLY USED ON STRUT. sheet 3. PART NOS. MS21902-6 UNION (PART OF 76) BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. PART NO. 371870-1 BOLT 78. AND 7926487-10) THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THIS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THIS DATA SHEET 161. Sheet 7 is replaced by figure 6-17. 77.

two washers (1381. (42) Install tube assembly (51).020 inch between the outer edge of the collar (7) and the bracket (135). Figure 5-2 is replaced by figure 6-18. In the manifold assembly buildup instructions: (1) Replace subparagraph (12) with new subparagraph (12): (12) Install one of the packings (11)in the groove nearest to the shoulder of the valve body (1). screw (73) in the aft position. bolt (1571. four washers (121). (7) Replace subparagraph (49) with new subparagraph (49): (49) Attach bracket (71) to fulcrum of strut (1)using screw (72) in the forward position. behind the packing. (10) Add subparagraph (60A) immediately following subparagraph (60): (60A) Replace jack plug (88) and screws removed in subparagraph (57A). two guard pins (1541. except as follows: a. (11) Replace subparagraph (69) with new subparagraphs (69) and (69A): (69) Install crossbar (115) and shims (119)in arms (90 and 93). two washers (741. paint the shims with zinc chromate primer. SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. (3) Replace subparagraphs (24) through (27) with new subparagraphs (24) and (25): (24) Install nut (241.020 inch) between the top of the collar (7) and the adjacent lower surface of the bracket (135). Tighten the nuts. and nut (158)in the forward end of the bracket (71). b. Secure in place with two screws (137). Tighten this nut against the nut on the opposite end of the pin. MS20995C32. (57A) Remove screws holding jack plug (88) to the bottom of the strut assembly (1). (12) Replace subparagraph (78) with new subparagraph (78): (78) Route the other end of the cable around the collar pulley. Tighten nut (49) on elbow (50). (13) Replace subparagraph (85) with new subparagraph (85): (85) Loosely install two pulleys (152). Tighten fittings on tube assembly. 396175-13. Install spaces (84) and nut (85) on the other end of the pin. two washers (1391. Route the cables under the pulleys. install ring (12). When the shim thickness has been determined. Before tightening the nuts. four washers (156A). Install cotter pin (159). Same as for part No. ring (251. (41) Install tube assembly (48). Remove the jack plug. install ring (12).DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (40) Lubricate the threads of the two unions and two elbows (50 and 53) on the inboard sides of manifold assemblies (27) and (33). Tighten fittings on tube assembly. and two nuts (140). (8) Replace subparagraph (51) with new subparagraph (51): (51) Attach brace assemblies (82 and 83) to the strut assembly (1). part No. (69A) Secure the crossbar (115) and shims (119) in position with four bolts (1201. Tighten this nut against the shoulder of the pin. Peel laminations of shim to fit. in front of the packing. the maximum allowable gap is 0. Locate bracket (135) in position and determine the thickness of laminated shim (135) required to obtain a minimum clearance of 0. and four nuts (122). Federal Specification 'IT-P-1757. Install the bracket (135) and shims (136) wet using corrosion-preventive sealant per Specification MIL-S-8802B2 on the faying surfaces.010 to 0. (9) Replace the note preceding subparagraph (58) with the following note and subparagraph (57A): NOTE Perform subparagraph (57A) through (60A) only if a new arm (90) andlor arm (93) is being installed. and two nuts (75). Locate the guard pins (154) and tighten the nut (158).005 inch. The nut (24) should be positioned such that the gasket (26) fits into the groove in the elbow (27) and not on the screw . and gasket (26) on each of two elbows (27). position the bracket to provide the minimum vertical clearance obtainable (but not less than 0. Tighten the screws and safetywire using lockwire. Tighten nut (52) on elbow (53). Install spacer (84) and nut (85)on the end of the pin having the longer threads. (2) Replace subparagraph (14) with new subparagraph (14): (14) Install the third packing (11) in the outer groove of the valve body (1).

O. MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNION LS4634-6 GASKET 21. 396175-23 with the exception that the index numbers of figure 5-3 are changed as follows: 1. MS21924-6 UNION 8. 13. Federal Specification W-P-236. The cylinder and tubing assembly. LS4634-6 GASKET 15. (38) Install unions (48) in valve assembly (38) and tighten. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD) 23. Federal Specification W-P-236. 20. 3400770-5 CYLINDER ASSEMBLY 2. KSU17-1BALL 7. 370740-345 TUBE ASSEMBLY 370740-347 TUBE ASSEMBLY . LS4634-6 GASKET 12. LS4634-6 GASKET 11. 396106-3. is built up in the same way as for part No. (25) Install elbows (27) in the manifold assembly (13). c. (4) Replace subparagraphs (37) through (40) with new subparagraphs (37) and (38): (37) Install two gaskets (47) on two unions (48) and lubricate with petrolatum. Tighten the nuts (24) finger tight. part No. 24. 19. 18.T. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET threads. Lubricate with petrolatum. 697260-1 VALVE MS21902-6 UNION 14.

P/PICAL BOTH STEERING CYLINDERS Figure 6-17. 15. 6. Part Nos. 2. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 1 of 7) .O. 12. 4. 3. 5. 13. -3 STRUT ASSEMBLY 338948 SPACER YTA106A BEARING (2 REQD) MS21025-28 NUT (2 REQD) 355844-1 RETAINER (2 REQD) KWBlSSSG BEARING (4 REQD) STEERING COLLAR (PART OF 1) NUT (PART OF 1) BRACKET ASSEMBLY (PART OF 1) 356019-1 SPACER (4 REQD) 695568-1 -5 STEERING CYLINDER (2 REQD) NAS561P-14-16 PIN (2 REQD) 356176-1 SHIELD (2 REQD) MS16224-1050 RING (2 REQD) NOT USED D. 14. 9. 11. 7. lo. 3303591-ID. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 8. Nose Landing Gear Assembly.T.

MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP O N 372683-1. 22A. MAN IFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP O N FIGURE 6-18) 372684-1. 20. 18. 24. 17. AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 30. 25.D.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 16. AN316-4R NUT 35455322 LINKEND 345571 LINK END NAS334CPA12 BOLT AN%O-416 WASHER MS21042-4 NUT BRACKETASSEMBLY 339270 D.-3 MS21042-5 NUT (PART OF 1) AN44-5A EYEBOLT (PART OF 1) MS20392-3C-5 1 PIN AN960-416L WASHER (2 REQD) MS24665-151 COTTER PIN 351505 SPACER (2 REQD) 27. AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 36. 22. MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD) 31. -5 SEE FlGURE6-18) 28. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. D. 26.NAS1304-18H BOLT (2 REQD) 35. N O T USED 32. 23. MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD) Figure 6-17. N O T USED 33. NAS1304-18H BOLT (2 REQD) 29. 19. 21. Part Nos.-~DsEE 34. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 2 of 7) . 22 B.

Nose Landing Gear Assembly. MS21907-4 ELBOW (SAME AS 27.T. SAME AS 49. 53. FIGURE 6-18) . 370740-417 TUBE ASSEMBLY 49. Part Nos. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 37. 39. 373531-5 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PART OF 27) NAS1303-6D BOLT 2752-048 NUT L54893-4 RETAINER NAS1304-15H BOLT MS20219-4 PULLEY AN960-10 WASHER 4. 40. 55. Figure 6-27. 52.3303595-1and 3303595-5(Sheet 3 of 7) . 34. 31.AN310-3 NUT 45. 41. SAME AS 10. LS4634-6 GASKET (4 REQD) 47. 54. MS21W2-6 U N I O N (4 REQD) 48.FIGURE 6-18) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD. AN62B9-4 NUT (SAME AS 24. FIGURE 6-18) 51. 56. FlGURE 6-18) 370740-46 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT (2 REQD. 43. 38. 59. 60. FIGURE 6-18) MS21908-6 EBLOW (SAME AS 52.O. 42.134 COTTER PIN 46. 56. 58. FIGURE 6-18) 370740-47 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 59. MS24665. FIGURE 6-18) MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD SAME AS 21. 370740-415 TUBE ASSEMBLY AN6289-4 NUT (SAME AS 24 FIGURE 6-18 ) MS21907-4 ELBOW (SAME AS 27. 57. FIGURE 6-18) 50.

Part Nos.14 SCREW 74.3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 4 of 7) . AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 75. M521042-4 NUT (2 REQD) TYPICAL BOW STEERING CYLINDERS (11) G98C1648 Figure 6-17. 351516-5 SEAL ASSEMBLY (4 REQD) 67. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 388069-1 -5 ARM ASSEMBLY 62. AN960-1416L WASHER 64. 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E n 7 6-3 D. AN320-8 NUT (2 REQD) 70. MS24665-359 COTTER PIN 66. NAS517-4-7 SCREW 73. AN320-14 NUT 65. NAS1108-20D BOLT (2 REQD) 68. MS24665-134 COTTER PIN (2 REQD) 71.O. 12) 61. AN960-816 WASHER (2 REQD) 69.T. NAS517-4. 356028-1 BOLT 63. 339269 BRACKET 72.

4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 88. 99. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. . 104. 89. %. 107108.18-004 BUSHING 356718-1 -3 ARM 388119-3 1 -5 2 BOLT -5 2 TORQUE ARM -5 ARM AN960. 98. 113. 120. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 5 of 7 ) .T.-~DL~NK B B Figure 6-17. 111. 109. 101. 105. 102. 110. 117. 116. . Part Nos. 106. 114. 97. 91.1416L WASHER AN320-14 NUT MS20008-91 BOLT MS20002C8 WASHER AN960-816 WASHER 51585-820 N UT MS24665-359 COTTER P I N J5187-1 VIBRATION INSULATOR (2 REQD) 355269-111) NASl104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT 355270-1 BOLT AN960-1016 WASHER (3 REQD) NAS43HT10-18 SPACER (2 REQD) AN960-816 WASHER AN320-8 NUT MS24665-287 COTTER PIN NAS1104-30D BOLT AN310-4 NUT MS24665-134 COlTER PIN (2 REQD) 357918-1 -5 2 FITTING sm1-1 1 -3 2 CROSSBAR AN6-12 BOLT AN310-6 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN 353665 SHIM (2REQD) NAS1104-20 BOLT (4 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER (4 REQD) MS21042-4 NUT (4 REQD) iz: %: 94- 95. 118. 100. 103. 112. 122. 11s. JACK PLUG (PART OF 1) NAS75.O. 96.118 . 119. 121. B: B.

126. Part Nos. -3 CAP -3 355327-1 HANDLE ASSEMBLY NAS1104-18D BOLT AN310-4 NUT 355326-1 BOLT MS24665-134 COllER PIN 339271 CABLE ASSEMBLY MS24665-182COlTER PIN (2 REQD) NAS42HT-6-32 SPACER D. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 6 of 7) . 140- NAS603. Nose Landing GearAssembly. 127. 131. 128. 136. Figure 6-17. 125. 138.DIFFERENCE DATA SHER 1 (REF) TOP VIEW 123. 134. 133. 130. 129. 135.18P SCREW AN960-10L WASHER MS21042-3 NUT 339288 -5 BRACKET 155940-3 LAMINATED SHIM NAS623-3-14 SCREW (2 REQD) NASl187-10 WASHER (2 REQD) AN960-416L WASHER (2 REQD) MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) D. 137. 124. 139. 3 4 4 0 6 9 D . 132.

T. 151. 149. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHE= NOTE. 158. 146. 141. 2752-048 NUT MS20219-4 PULLEY 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416L WASHER NAS1304-15H BOLT 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416L WASHER 2752-048 NUT (2 REQD) LS4893-4 RETAINER (2 REQD) MS20219-4 PULLEY (4 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) 339272-3 GUARD PIN (6 REQD) AN960ClOL WASHER (2 REQD) NAS1304-15H BOLT (2 REQD) AN960-416L WASHER (4 REQD) NASllO4-32D BOLT AN320-4 NUT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN Figure 6-17. 156. PART NO. 156A. 3303595-5. 157. 153. 142. D U S E D ON NLG ASSEMBLY. 159. 3303595-1. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 145. 154.O. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 7 of 7) . 155. 144. 147. 148. Part Nos. 150. B U S E D ON NLG ASSEMBLY. PART NO. 152. 143.

BUILD UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY O N 372684-1 D. Manifild Assemblies for Part Nos.3303595-1and 3303595-5(Sheet I of 3) .DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 17 .-3 Figure 6-18..

482-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUIU) UP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372683-1 ll). Manifbld Assemblies fir Part Nos. 3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 2 of 3) . -5 Figure 6-18.T.O.

36. M S 2 0 0 0 W 4 BOLT ( 2 REQD) 40. 43.-3 (2 REQD) ll. 351503 RING D.MS28775-222 PACKING (6 REQD) l2. 372690-1 D. 22.-7 BVALVE ASSEMBLY 39. 49.6 UNION AN62806 VALVE AN62894 NUT MS28773-06 RlNG LS4634-6GASKET 59. 41. 34. 337452 SPRING ( 2 REQD) 4. 44. 21. 42. 30. LS4634-3 GASKET ( 2 REQD) 17. 25. 32. LS4634-8 GASKET ( 2 REQD) 6. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 372684-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 14. LS4565-27 RING ( 8 REQD) 13. 3 5 1 5 0 6 WASHER 15. 37. NAS561P3-16 PIN ( 2 REQD) lo. 45. 27. 29. 28. 48. M S 2 8 7 7 5 0 0 8 PACKING ( 2 REQD) 8. 52. 33. 55. PART NO. AN62894 NUT 19. Manifold Assemblies for Part Nos. 351502 PLUG ( 2 REQD) 9. MS20002C5 WASHER ( 2 REQD) AN960-516 WASHER ( 2 REQD) 5 7 5 8 5 5 2 4 NUT (2 REQD) M S 2 0 0 0 M 0 BOLT MS20002C5 WASHER AN960-516 WASHER 57585-524 NUT lS4634-4 GASKET ( 2 REQD) MS21924-4 UNION ( 2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUr MS28773-06 RlNG LS4634-6 GASKET M S 2 1 9 0 m ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET M S U 9 0 2 . 47.O. 373531-5 B. PART NO. MS28773-06 RlNG 20. AN814-3DL PLUG ( 2 REQD) 18.T. 26. 50. 56. M S 2 1 9 0 8 6 ELBOW m D USED ON NLG ASSEMBLY. 24.-3 BVALVE BODY ( 2 REQD) 2. 3303595-5 Figure 6-18. 3303595-1 D USED ON NLG ASSEMBLY. 35. 23. LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNION AN62894 NUT (2 REQD) MS28775-04 RING (2 REQD) LS4634-4 GASKET ( 2 REQD) MS219074 ELBOW ( 2 REQD) 372683-1 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351506 WASHER MS16624-3l75 RING AN6289-6 NUT MS28773-06 RING LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNION MS28775113 PACKING ( 2 REQD) 38. 54. 57. AN814-8DL PLUG ( 2 REQD) 7. 53. M S l 6 6 2 4 l l 7 5 RING 16. 35635&1 VALVE ( 2 REQD) 3.3303595-1 and 3303595-5 (Sheet 3 of 3) 6-105/(6-106 blank) . 46. 51. 58. 31. 351514 RETAINER ( 2 REQD) 5.

Position the bracket assembly (20) in place.03 inch. (39) Install two of the unions (52) in each of the steering cylinders (10). (40) Lubricate the threads of the two unions and two elbows (55 and 58) on the inboard sides of manifold assemblies (28 and 32). Tighten fittings on tube assembly. Tighten fittings on tube assembly. Substitute index numbers from figure 6-19 for similar parts in figure 5-1. washer (371. 33142053 THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN PRECEDING SECTIONS OF THlS TECHNICAL MANUAL APPLY EXCEPT FOR THE DIFFERENCES LISTED IN THlS DATA SHEET BUILDUP INSTRUCTIONS. In instructions: (1) Omit subparagraph (4).T. Sheet 5 is replaced by figure 6-19. Install other side of manifold with bolt (33) through washer (361. (4) After subparagraph (22). spacer (751. Same as for part No. (2) In subparagraph (17) change torque value to 210 (+lo) foot-pounds. sheet 6. PART NO. The pins are to be centered in the trunnions to within 0. (3) After subparagraph (181. sheet 7. Insert the pin (24). spacer (35). (42) Install tube assembly (56). Sheet 3 is replaced by figure 6-19. washer (361. (6) Omit subparagraphs (26) and (27). (8) Replace subparagraphs (38) through (42) with new subparagraphs (38) through (42): (38) Install four packings (51) on four unions (52). sheet 1. (7) Replace subparagraph (28) with new subparagraph (28): (28) Install one side of the manifold (closest to cylinder) with bolt (291. (41) Install tube assembly (53). (5) Replace subparagraph (23) with new subparagraph (23): (23) Install washer (25) and cotter pin (26) on pin (24). washer (371. making sure that the eyebolt (23) is correctly aligned and that the bracket assembly (20) is free to pivot. Sheet 4 is replaced by figure 6-19. Sheet 2 is replaced by figure 6-19. rod ends of steering cylinder (101. except as follows: Sheet 1is replaced by figure 6-19. sheet 5. 3 3 1 4 2 0 3 3 AND 3316500-13) - PART NO. insert new subparagraph (18A): (18A) Install pin (11) in each of the upper trunnions of the steering cylinders. Sheet 6 is replaced by figure 6-19. In subparagraphs that are changed or replaced. new index numbers have already been substituted in these instructions. and nut (29). support (341. (22B) Retighten nut (211. Attach with bolt (741. insert new subparagraphs (22A) and (22B): (22A) Loosen the nut (21) on the inner eyebolt (23). sheet 8. Sheet 8 is replaced by figure 6-19. (10) Replace subparagraph (49) with new subparagraph (49): . Tighten nut (57) on elbow (58). Tighten nut (54) on elbow (55). (9) Replace subparagraph (48) with new subparagraph (48): (48) Insert adapter (72) and barrel nut (73) in recess of steering collar (6). sheet 4. Sheet 7 is replaced by figure 6-19. c. 4S2-233 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET - NOSE LANDING GEAR ASSEMBLY (USING STRUT ASSEMBLY. Slip bracket (76) over steering collar (61. washer (781. and nut (79). b. and nut (38). Lift the inner eyebolt (23) to enable pin (24) with washers (22 and 25) to be inserted.O. Sheet 9 is replaced by figure 6-19. and seals (71). sheet 2. Attach bracket (76) to adapter (72) using bolt (81) and washer (80). sheet 9. sheet 3. 396175-13.

(15) Replace subparagraphs (87) through (97) with new subparagraphs (87) through (97): (87) Install thread protector. Do not use any of the No. bolt (143). (57) Tighten the nut (105) and install cotter pin (106). install ring (12). (92) Place the wheels on the axles. (93) Remove the thread protectors. (16) Add subparagraph (98): (98) Attach tang assembly to axle with four bolts (153 and 1561. Install spacer (96) and nut (95) on the other end of the pin. Tighten screw (150) until it bottoms out in bottom of keyway. (96) Cap exposed union (151) and four elbows (63.010 to 0. (94) Install the outer bearing assemblies and washers. on each of the axle threads. and nut (144) in the forward end of the bracket (82). four washers (1591. collar (61. 10 holes in the piston assembly for lockscrew. (13) Replace subparagraph (78) with new subparagraph (78): (78) Route the other end of the cable around collar pulley. Lockwire the screw. Locate bracket (119) in position and determine the thickness of laminated shim (120) required to obtain a minimum clearance of 0. Same as for part No. and assemble grease seal. A gap between screw head and cap is permissible. 396175-13. two (12) Replace subparagraphs (55) through (74) with new subparagraphs (55) through (57): (55) Install torque arm (103) with grease fitting forward. b. Secure in place by inserting two screws (121) through two washers (1221. (56) Attach arm (103) with bolt (1021. and four nuts (160). 64. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET (49) Attach bracket (82) to fulcrum of strut washers (851. and nut (105). washer.four washers (1421. two washers (101 and 104). Tighten this nut against the shoulder of the pin. in front of the packing. (14) Replace subparagraph (85) with new subparagraph (85): (85) Loosely install two pulleys (1371. (11) Replace subparagraph (51) with new subparagraph (51): (89) Lubricate the axles with grease. Locate the guard pins (139) and tighten the nut (144). (97) Lubricate all grease fittings with grease. and retaining ring. position the bracket (119) to provide the minimum vertical clearance obtainable (but not less than 0. Install the bracket (119) and shims ( 120) wet using corrosion-preventive sealant per Specification MIL-S-8802B2 on the faying surfaces. 340714. (95) Tighten cap (149) until a bearing drag is noticed when spinning wheel by hand. (91) Place inboard bearing in each of the wheels.020 inch) between the top of the collar (6) and the adjacent lower surface of the bracket (119). (2) Replace subparagraph (14) with new subparagraph (14): (14) Install the third packing (11) in the outer groove of the valve body (1). caps (155 and 1581. Specification MIL-G81322. Before tightening the nuts.O. except as follows: a. Specification MIL-G-81322. In the instructions: manifold assembly buildup (1) Replace subparagraph (12) with new subparagraph (12): (12) Install one of the packings (11)in the groove nearest to the shoulder of the valve body (1).020 inch between the outer edge of the collar (6) and the bracket (119). Specification MIL-G81322.Install spacer (96) and nut (95) on the end of the pin having the longer threads. and support (123) and fastening with two washers (124) and two nuts (125). Route the cables under the pulleys. and two nuts (86). (1) using screw (83) in the forward position. install ring (12). and 152). two guard pins (139). (90) Install collar (145) on each of the axles. Tighten this nut against the opposite end of the pin.T. four washers (154 and 1571. SUBASSEMBLY BUILDUP. . Figure 5-2 is replaced by figure 6-20. behind the packing. or equivalent. (88) Pack wheel bearing assemblies (part of wheel and tire assembly) (146) with grease. Back cap off until closest lockscrew hole lines up with keyway. part No. (51) Attach brace assemblies (93 and 94) to the strut assembly (1).

then hold washer. (4) Replace subparagraphs (24) through (27) with new subparagraphs (24) and (25): (24) Install nut (25). is built up in the same way as for part No. spacer. Federal Specification W-P-236. c. The nut (25) should be positioned such that the packing (27) fits into the groove in the elbow (28) and not on the screw threads. (38) Install unions (50) in valve assembly (40) and tighten. and valve assembly in place with ring (16). (25) Install elbows (28) in the manifold assembly (13). (6) Replace subparagraphs (37) through (40) with new subparagraphs (37) and (38): (37) Install two packings (49) on two unions (50) and lubricate with petrolatum. Lubricate with petrolatum.DIFFERENCE DATA SHEEI' (3) Replace subparagraph (16) with new subparagraph (16): (16) Instdl washer (14) and Spacer (151. The cylinder and tubing assembly. (5) Replace subparagraph (30) with new subparagraph (30): (30) Install washer (30) and spacer (311. and hold washers. part No. 396175-23. with the exception that new part numbers for the following index numbers in figure5-3 are as listed below: 3400770-7 CYLINDER ASSEMBLY KSU17-1 BALL 396122-3 BRACKET MS21924-6 UNION LS4634-6 GASKET LS4634-6 GASKET 697260-1 VALVE MS21902-6 UNION LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW LS4634-6 GASKET MS21902-6 UNION LS4634-6 GASKET MS21908-6 ELBOW 370740-345 TUBE ASSEMBLY 370740-347 TUBE ASSEMBLY . 396106-3. ring (261. and valve assembly in place with ring (32). and packing (27) on each of two elbows (28). spacer. Tighten the nuts (25) finger tight. Federal Specification W-P-236.

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. Part No. 3314205-3 (Sheet 1 of 9) . 2 3. Nose Landing GearAssembly. 33142053 STRUT ASSEMBLY 338948 SPACER. 4. 9. 8. lo. 13. M A 1O 6 A BEAR1NG (2 REQD) 355844-1 RETAINER (2 REQD) KWB1!%SG BEARING (4 REQD) STEERING COLLAR (PART OF 1) NN(PARTOF1) BRACKET ASSEM8LY (PART OF 1) 356019-1 SPACER (4 REQD) 402306-3 !SEERING CYUNDER (2 REOD) NAS561P-14-16 PIN (2 REQD) 356176-1 SHIELD (2 REQD) MS16224-1050 RING (2 REOD) TYPICAL BOTH STEERING CYUNOERS Figure 6-19. 7. 6. 12. 11. 5.

T.O. 452-23-3

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEW

14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

AN316-4R NLIT
354553-1 LINK END
345571 UNK END
NAS334CPA13 BOLT
AN960416 WASHER
MS21042-4 NUT
339270-7 BRACKETASSEMBLY
MS21042-5 N a (PART OF 1)
AN960-516 WASHER (PART OF 1)
n. ~ ~ 4 . 4 - E AEYEBOLT (PARTOF 1)
24. MS20392-3G51 PIN
25. AN960-416L WASHER (2 REQD)
26. MS24665-151 COTl'ER PIN
27. 351505 SPACER (2 REQD)

MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 372683-5,
SEE FIGURE 6-20)
NAs1304-18H BOLT (2 REQD)
AN960W16 WASHER (2 REQD)
MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD)
MANlFOLO ASSEMBLY (BUILT UP ON 3726843,
SEE FIGURE 6-20)
NAS1304-24 BOLT
3314342-15 SUPPORT
NAS43004-16 SPACER
351506 WASHER
AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD)
MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD)

Figure 6-19. Nose Landing Gear Assembly, Part No. 3314205-3 (Sheet 2 of 9)

T.O. 452-23-3

DIFFERENCE DATA SHE=

39.

373531-5 VALVE ASSEMBLY (PART OF
28)
40. NAS1303-6D BOLT
41. AN960-10 WASHEA
42. AN310-3 NUT
43. MS24665-134 COlTER PIN
44. NAS1304-15H BOLT
45. AN960416L WASHER
46. AN960D416 WASHER
47. MS20219-4 PULLEY
48. 339272-2GUARD PIN (2 REOD)
49. 2752-048 NUT
50. LS4093-4 RETAINER
51. 3-906N168-80 PACKING (4 REOD)
52. MS219M-6 UNION (4 REOD)
53. 370740-417 TUBE ASSEMBLY
54. AN62894 NUT (SAME AS 25, FIGURE 6-20)
55. MS21907-4 ELBOW (SAME AS 28. FIGURE 6-20)

56.
57.
58.

59.
60.
61.
62
63.
64.
65.

370740-415 TUBE ASSEMBLY
AN6289-4 NUT (SAME AS 25. FIGURE 6-20)
MS21907-4 ELBOW (SAME AS 28. FIGURE 6-20)
370740-46 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REOD)
AN6289-6 NUT (2 REOD. SAME AS 19 AND 33 FIGURE
6-20)
MS2190&6 ELBOW (2 REOD SAME AS
22 AND 36. FIGURE 6-20)
37074047 TUBE ASSEMBLY (2 REOD)
MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 61, FIGURE 6-20)
MS21908-6 ELBOW (SAME AS 54. FIGURE 6-20)
AN6289-6 NUT (2 REOD. SAME AS 51 AND 58.
FIGURE 6-20)

Figure 6-19. Nose Landing Gear Assembly, Part No. 3314205-3 (Sheet 3 of 9)

T.O. 4S2-233

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET

DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET
84
VLP,

88. 388089-1. -5 ARM ASSEMBLY
67. 356028-1 BOLT
68. AN96B1416 WASHER
59. -14
NUT
70. MS2COTIER PIN
71. 3!515165 SEAL ASSEMBLY (4 REQD)
72. -1
ADAPTER
73. 2752654 BARREL NUT
74. NASl#)S# BOLT (2 REQD)
75. --I
SPACER
76. 403530-5 BRACKET ASSEMBLY
4035295 BRACKET ASSEMBLY (OPPO!3lE SIDE)
T7. 3802013 SPACER
78. AN980816 WASHER (2 REQD)

79. MS21042S NUT (2 RmD)

&.-

AN980D516 WASHER
M I 0 0 5 8 BOLT
339288 BRACKET
NAS51747 SCREW
E(AS517414 SCREW
85. AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD)
86. MS21042-4 NUT (2 REQD)
80.
81.
82
83.
84.

81

Figure 6-19. Nose Landing Gear Assembly, Part No. 3314205-3 (Sheet 4 of 9)

Change 3 6-113

3716847 BRACE ASSEMBLY 95.164 NUT (2 REQD) 96.T. 371670-1 BOLT 89. KSSB-32-2 BEARING (2 REQD. 3314205-3 (Sheet 5 of 9) . Nose Landing Gear Assembly. 90. L/R) Figure 6-19. 756001-1SPACER 97. 392667 WASHER M m C 1 2 WASHER MS20002-12WASHER -627-126 NUT 93. 92. Part No. 3961-5 CYLINDER AND TUBING ASSEMBLY 88. 371689-8 BRACE ASSEMBLY 94. MS16624-1200RING (2REQD) 99. LW640. 91. 345731 SPACER 98.O. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 87.

A N S I 4 NUT 106. MS24665-359COTTER PIN \ Figure b19. Part No. 103. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. JACK P U G (PART OF 1) AN960-1416 WASHER 3302201-1 BOLT 388068-1. 102. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 6 100.T. -5 TORQUE ARM 104.O. 101. AN-1 416L WASHER 105. 3314205-3(Sheet 6 of 9) Change 3 6-ll5 .

111. 114. AN960-10L WASHER 118.1 (REF) 113 (LONGER END) 125 TOP VIEW 107. 109.AN960-C10L WAWER (2 REQD) 125. 3314205-3 (Sheet 7 of 9) .T. 3392863 BRACKET 120. Nose Landing Gear Assembly.O. MS21042-3 NUT (2 REQD) Figure 6-19. 110. 108. MS21042-3 NUT 119. 452-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET . NAS623-314SCREW (2 REQD) 122 NASll97-10WAWER (2 RMD) 123. 112 113.3314342-13 SUPWRT 124. Part No.LS5940-3 LAMINATED SHIM 121. 115- 344069-3 CAP 355327-3 HANDLE ASSEMBLY NASllWl8D BOLT AN3104 NUr 355326-1 BOLT MS24665-134 COTTER PIN 339271 CABLE ASSEMBLY MS24665-132 COTER PIN (2 REQD) NAS42HT-6-32 SPACER 116 NAS603-18P SCREW 117.

Nose Landing Gear Assembly. Part No.T. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 2752-048 NUT MS20219-4 P U U W 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416L WASHER NAS1304-15H BOLT 339272-3 GUARD PIN (2 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER AN960-416L WASHER 2752-048 NUT (2 REQD) LS4893-4 RETAINER (2 REQD) MS20219-4 PULLEY (4 REQD) AN9600416 WASHER (2 REQD) 339272-3 GUARD PIN (6 REQD) AN960D416 WASHER (2 REQD) NAS1304-1SH BOLT (2REQD) AN960-416L WASHER (4 REQD) NAS11W32D BOLT AN320-4 NUT Figure 6-19.O. 3314205-3 (Sheet 8 of 9) .

155. 157. 361806-1 SCREW 151. 158. 5866-L12 SEAL (2 REQD) 148. 156.O. 3329347-1 CAP 150.T. 3314206-1 RETAINER 149. 160. PART OF 87) 153. MS21908-6 ELBOW (2 REQD. 159. MS21902-6 UNION (PART OF 87) 152. 339242-27WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY (2 REQD) 147. 4S2-23-3 DlFFERENCE DATA SHEET 145. Nose Landing Gear Assembly. NASI106-9BD BOLT (2 REOD) AN960-616L WASHER (2 REQD) 33293482 CAP NAS1106-86D BOLT AN960-616L WASHER (2 REQD) 3329348-1 CAP AN96@616LWASHEFI (4 REOD) MS21042-6 NUT (4 REQD) Figure 6-19. 337119 COLLAR (2 REOD) 146. 154. Part No. 3314205-3 (Sheet 9 of 9) .

3314205-3 (Sheet 1 of 3) .O. Manifold Assemblies for Part No.T. 452-233 DIFFERENCE DATA S H E D BUILDUP OF MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY ON 372684-3 Figure 6-20.

T. 482-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET BUILDUP OF M A N I F O L D ASSEMBLY 0 N 372683-5 Figure 6-20.3314205-3(Sheet 2 of 3) . Manifold Assemblies for Part No.O.

54. 38. 21. 22. 28. 24. 13. 43. 32. 31. Manifold Assemblies for Part No. AN6289-6 NUT MS28773-06 RlNG 3-906Nl68-80 PACKING MS21908-6 ELBOW 3-906Nl68-80 PACKING M521902-6 UNION AN628994 NUT ( 2 REQD) MS28773-04 RlNG ( 2 REQD) 3-904N168-80 PACKING ( 2 REQD) M S 2 1 9 0 7 4 ELBOW ( 2 REQD) 372683-5 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351506 WASHER 351505 SPACER MS16624-1175 RlNG AN6289-6 NUT MS28773-06 RlNG 3-906N168-80 PACKING MS21908. 12. 44. 39. 47. 52. 14.6 ELBOW Figure 6-20. 4. 20. 26. 2. 51. 7. 30. 37. 3314205-3 (Sheet 3 of 3) 6-121/(6122blank) . 53. 45. 48. 9. 6. ii. 16. 29. 57. 373531-7 VALVE ASSEMBLY MS20005. 58. 35.6 ELBOW 3-906N168-80 PACKING MS21902-6 UNION AN6280-6 VALVE AN6289-6 NUT MS2877346 RlNG 3-906N168-80 PACKING MSU908.113 PACKING ( 2 REQD) 40. 50. 42. 17. 10. 59.34 BOLT ( 2 REQD) MS20002C5 WASHER ( 2 REQD) AN960516 WASHER (2 REQD) 5758S524 NUT ( 2 REQD) M 5 2 0 0 0 5 2 8 BOLT 345570 WASHER AN960516 WASHER 5 7 5 8 5 5 2 4 NUT 3-904N168-80 PACKING MS21924-4 UNION ( 2 REQD) AN6289-6 NUT MS28773-06 RlNG 3-906N168-80 PACKING MS21908.6 ELBOW 3-906N168-80 PACKING MS21902-6 UNION MS28775. 5. 33. 34.T. 23. 60. 15.O. 18. 4S2-23-3 DIFFERENCE DATA SHEET 1. 56. 25. 27. 55. 8. 49. 41. 61. 3. 46. 36. 3 7 2 6 9 0 3 VALVE BODY ( 2 REQD) 356356-1 VALVE ( 2 REQD) 337452 SPRING ( 2 REQD) 351514 RETAINER ( 2 REQD) 3-908N16880 PACKING ( 2 REQD) AN814-8DL PLUG ( 2 REQD) M S 2 8 7 7 5 0 0 8 PACKING (2 REQD) 351502 PLUG ( 2 REQD) NAS561P3-16 PIN ( 2 REQD) 351503-3 RlNG ( 2 REQD) M S 2 8 7 7 5 2 2 2 PACKING ( 6 REQD) LS456527 RlNG (8 REQD) 3726684-5 MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY 351505 WASHER 3511505 SPACER M S 1 6 6 3 4 1 1 7 5 RlNG 3-903N168-80 PACKING ( 2 REQD) A N W D L PLUG ( 2 REQD) 19.