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ENGINE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION TRAINING COURSE
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. Page Bootstrap Tooling …………………………………………………………………………….CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL Table of Contents Engine Nacelle…………………………………………………………………………………. Page 10 Fan Cowling …………………………………………………………………………………… Page Engine Quick Disconnects …………………………………………………………………. Page Engine Support Tooling ……………………………………………………………………… Page Engine Mounts ………………………………………………………………………………... Page 08 Engine Transportation Stand ……………………………………………………………….. Page Thrust Reverser Hold Open Tooling ………………………………………………………. Page 16 18 28 46 52 62 EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.. 2003 Page 5 ..

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ENGINE NACELLE General Description The CFM56-7 engine fan cowling and thrust reverser segments are hinged to the strut. To remove or install an engine, the fan cowls need to be removed to provide access to the forward engine ground handling points. The fan cowls are held in the open position by integral hold-open rods for engine maintenance when the engine is installed on the strut. The forward fairing will need to be removed to gain access to GSE bootstrap interface points. The forward fairing is held in place by 7 quick release latches allowing easy access to GSE hard points for the bootstrap system. The thrust reverser is made in two halves ("C"-Ducts) which are raised open with integral actuators by a hydraulic pump which must be purchased as Ground Support Equipment (GSE). Once the "C"-Ducts are open, an automatic lock in the actuators holds each "C"-Duct open. GSE actuator locks provide a backup for the locks in the actuators. When removing an engine, the actuators are disconnected and GSE thrust reverser cowl hold-open rods are the only means of holding the "C"-Ducts open. With the thrust reverser halves held open, engine removal and installation is accomplished using a "bootstrap" hoisting system.

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ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND Purpose (2.B.b) The purpose of the engine stand, cradle or dolly is to support the engine during transportation to airport apron and shop. It may also be used for air or highway transportation with approval of CFMI. When using the stand for transportation, the two fan attach points and the aft right hand turbine attach point are required for support of the engine. Equipment AM2563 Base Universal Transportation Cradle for the CFM56-7 Engine Additional Support Equipment Note: Refer to GSE manual for more information C78020 Equipment - Hold Open, Thrust Reverser Cowl, C71020 Kit - Bootstrap, CFM56-7 Engine C78005 Pump - Portable Hand, Thrust Reverser Cowl C71022 Torque Wrench Equipment - CFM56-7 Engine Bolts C71040 Inlet cowl sling

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CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH Fan Support Engine Stand ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 11 .

The maximum towing speed of the unit is 3 MPH (5Km/h). The transport base unit consists of a frame supported by four dual wheel caster assemblies.E. Shock absorbing polyurethane tread wheels. When rolling engine under the wing.c) A series of Tie-down rings offer secure retainment during long distant hauling of the unit.5 inches (179. the top of the aft engine mount should not exceed 70. Each caster assembly has a 5 inches (13 mm) wide by 10 inches (25 mm) diameter wheel for easy mobility and a weight capacity of 5000 lbs (2266 kg) each. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. position locks and face brakes are standard. 2003 Page 12 . with engine.09 cm) from the ground for ground clearance from the precooler. All four caster assemblies are designed to pin in a retracted position for air/truck transport of the entire unit. The towbar stows on the base frame when not in use.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND Training Information Points (3. Built-in shock absorbing mounts cushion all transport movements.

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CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND Identification (1. 2003 Page 14 . .Cradle .Complete Stand EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.a) This section identifies the basic maintenance equipment to support CFM56-7 engine change using the engine transportation stand called a shipping dolly or cradle on the 737-600/-700/-800/-900/C40/BBJ airplane. Equipment AM2563-227 Base. Universal Transportation Cradle for the CFM56-7 Engine and has three sections.Engine Dolly Base .A.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ALF AFT FWD ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 15 .

To remove or install an engine.A.a) The CFM56-7 engine fan cowling and thrust reverser segments are hinged to the strut. The fan cowls are held in the open position by integral hold-open rods for engine maintenance when the engine is installed on the strut. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 16 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FAN COWLING Identification (1. the fan cowls need to be removed to provide access to the forward engine ground handling points.

2003 Page 17 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FAN COWL FAN COWL PINS HOLD OPEN ROD FAN COWLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A. and hydraulics.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH STRUT QUICK DISCONNECTS Identification (1. 2003 Page 18 . electrical. air.a) The CFM56-7 engine the quick disconnects must be removed for fuel.

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electrical.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH STRUT QUICK DISCONNECTS Identification (1.A. air. and hydraulics. 2003 Page 20 .a) The CFM56-7 engine the quick disconnects must be removed for fuel. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

2003 Page 21 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH STRUT QUICK DISCONNECTS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.a) The CFM56-7 engine the fire extinguishing tube location. 2003 Page 22 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING TUBE Identification (1.A.

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A.a) The CFM56-7 engine pre-cooler and lines locations. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 24 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL PRE-COOLER LINES LH SIDE Identification (1.

2003 Page 25 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL PRE-COOLER LINES PRE-COOLER LINES LH SIDE EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

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2003 Page 27 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL PRE-COOLER PRE-COOLER RH SIDE EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

B.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1. This is the LH engine support for the fan frame. Purpose (2.b) The purpose of the engine supports are to maintain the stand to the engine fan frame and the aft engine turbine rear frame during transportation. 2003 Page 28 .a) The engine stand supports tools are found on the engine stand in boxes. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.

2003 Page 29 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

A. 2003 Page 30 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1.a) The engine stand supports tools are found on the engine stand in boxes. This is the RH engine support for the fan frame. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

2003 Page 31 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT RH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

A.a) The LH engine stand supports is installed into the fan frame.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 32 .

2003 Page 33 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL Detail A LH SUPPORT LH SUPPORT Detail A Top View LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

a) The LH engine stand trunnion support is installed into the fan frame safety ball pin and a beveled pin.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1. 2003 Page 34 . EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL Ball Lock Pin LH Trunnion Beveled Pin LH SUPPORT LH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 35 .

EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1.a) The LH engine stand trunnion support is installed into the fan frame safety ball pin and a beveled pin.A. 2003 Page 36 .

2003 Page 37 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL Ball Lock Pin RH Trunnion Beveled Pin RH SUPPORT RH FAN FRAME ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

A. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.a) The AFT LPT engine support is installed to the turbine rear frame of the LPT. 2003 Page 38 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT LPT ENGINE SUPPORT Identification (1.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT CRADLE ARM SUPPORT FWD AFT LPT ENGINE SUPPORT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 39 .

2003 Page 40 .c) The thrust reverser latches may interfer with the engine transportation stand for the RH engine position #2.E.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ENGINE TRANSPORTATION STAND Training Information Point (3. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

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THRUST REVERSER ACTUATOR TOOLING Identification (1.A.a) The thrust reverser actuator tooling is a hand pump and safety equipment used on the thrust reverser actuator. The tool safety feature is the u-channel tool with two quick disconnect pins. Purpose (2.B.b) The purpose of the thrust reverser actuator tooling is to open the thrust reverser by a hand pump , which uses engine oil. Using this system provides a backup safety feature inside the actuator that lowers slowly the thrust reverser in 11.5 seconds. The actuator when fully opened holds the thrust reverser in the open position by a locking collar another safety feature. The additional safety feature is the uchannel tool with two quick disconnect pins that prevents the thrust reverser from closing until them are removed. Equipment C78005-21 Pump - Portable Hand, Thrust Reverser Cowl Opening System

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B.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL TORQUE WRENCH Purpose (2. 2003 Page 44 .b) The purpose of the torque wrench is to correctly torque the engine mount bolts and obtain access to them with the swivel head feature in the strut area. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

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The forward engine mount system and the AFT engine mount.a) The engine is attached to the strut at two locations.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT Identification (1. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 46 .A.

2003 Page 47 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD ENGINE MOUNT FWD FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

2003 Page 48 . The forward engine mount system and the AFT engine mount.A. The Aft Mount Assembly includes a left.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT ENGINE MOUNT Identification (1. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. The aft linkage attaches to the strut. right center Link. In conjunction with the engine mounts. and an evener bar assembly. The aft engine mount system consists of a mount assembly which is attached to the turbine rear frame. by four bolts. a forward thrust link system is utilized to absorb fore and aft engine loads.a) The engine is attached to the strut at two locations. The two forward arms of the thrust links are located on both sides of the fan frame.

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by four bolts. 2003 Page 50 . EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.a) The aft engine mount system consists of a mount assembly which is attached to the turbine rear frame.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT ENGINE MOUNT Identification (1. are attachment points for the AFT boot strap kit and hold open tooling that connect to the strut. In conjunction with the engine mounts.

2003 Page 51 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL TR HOLD OPEN CONNECTION BOLT AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION FWD AFT ENGINE MOUNT EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

When removing an engine. an automatic lock in the actuators holds each "C"-Duct open. The thrust revers actuator locks provide a backup for the locks in the actuators. Once the "C"-Ducts are open.Hold Open. Thrust Reverser Cowl. 2003 Page 52 . Equipment C78019-15 Equipment . CFM56-7 EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. the actuators are disconnected and thrust reverser cowl holdopen rods are the only means of holding the "C"-Ducts open.A.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING Identification (1.a) The thrust reverser is made in two halves ("C"-Ducts) which are raised open with integral actuators by a hydraulic pump.

2003 Page 53 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

AND OPEN THE FAN COWL PANEL. two beam assemblies . INJURIES TO PERSONS CAN OCCUR.E. DO THE DEACTIVATION PROCEDURES FOR THE THE LEADING EDGE AND THE THRUST REVERSERS (FOR GROUND MAINTENANCE). IF YOU DO NOT. THE HOLD-OPEN RODS WILL NOT HOLD THE WEIGHT OF THE THRUST REVERSER. IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THE ABOVE SEQUENCE. two arm supports . INJURIES TO PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR. NOTE: Make sure the longer side of the beam assembly faces forward. WARNING: MAKE SURE YOU CORRECTLY ENGAGE EACH ARM SUPPORT INTO THE STRUT ATTACH BEAM. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 54 . NOTE: The hold-open equipment consists of a strut attach beam . two retention pins and lock pins and the hold-open equipment is symmetrical between the inboard and outboard sides.c) WARNING: DO THESE SPECIFIED TASKS IN THE CORRECT SEQUENCE BEFORE YOU OPEN THE THRUST REVERSER: RETRACT THE LEADING EDGE.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING Training Information Points (3.

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Purpose (2.b) The two adjustment pins of the. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. (C78005-21).a) The TR hold open tooling is installed to support the thrust reversers before the actuators are disconnected. are placed in the compression rod receiver cups on the thrust reversers which holds the TR in the open position.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING Identification (1. 2003 Page 56 .B.A.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD FWD LH SUPPORT TOOLING RH SUPPORT TOOLING THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 57 .

2003 Page 58 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING Identification (1.a) The TR hold open tooling consists of: -2 Beam Assembly -2 Arm Support -2 adjustment pins -Strut Attach Beam Assembly -Pins for attachment EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.

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CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING Purpose (2. 2003 Page 60 .B. The adjustment pins provide the mechanical support of the TR.b) The purpose of the thrust reverser hold open tooling is to support the thrust reverser during engine change when the actuators are disconnected. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL TR HOLD OPEN TOOL ADJUSTMENT PINS THRUST REVERSER HOLD OPEN TOOLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 61 .

which secure the fairing to the strut. There is in addition a forward strut access panel located on the aft portion of the forward fairing. The forward fairing has been designed with easy access in mind. this allows access to the starter ducts and pneumatic tubing located on the forward section of the strut.A. 2003 Page 62 . Access to the bootstrap hard points is gained through the strut forward thumbnail fairing. Engine installation/removal is most commonly performed using a "bootstrap" hoist assembly and various other ground support equipment items. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL BOOTSTRAP TOOLING Identification (1.a) This section identifies the basic maintenance equipment to support CFM56-7 engine change using the bootstrap method on the 737-600/-700/-800/-900 airplane. exhaust sleeve and plug attached. there are 7 quick release latches. The engine as removed from the airplane is in the QEC configuration with the inlet cowl.

2003 Page 63 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD BOOT STRAP TOOLING BOOTSTRAP TOOLING IN SHIPPING CONTAINER EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

B. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. The system includes a forward and an aft arm with lever hoists. dynamometers and engine attach brackets as integral components. This system is a particular asset where an engine is changed at a remote site. The bootstrap equipment is used for removal and installation of the CFM56-7 engine and is used with the cradle.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL BOOTSTRAP TOOLING Purpose (2.b) The purpose of the bootstrap system is for installation/removal of the engine. 2003 Page 64 .

2003 Page 65 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL BOOTSTRAP TOOLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP TOOLING Identification (1.a) The forward boot strap tooling consists of the following pieces: -inboard dynamometer -outboard dynamometer -2 chain hoists -Support beam 2 pieces -2 braces -7 Attachment Pins -2 shackles -Dynamometer attachment adapters and pins EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A. 2003 Page 66 .

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2003 Page 68 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP ATTACHMENT POINTS Identification (1.A. The strut thumbnail fairing is removed to access the attachment points.a) The forward boot strap tooling attachment points. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

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CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS Identification (1. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.a) The forward boot strap tooling installed on the CFM56-7 strut detail connections. 2003 Page 70 .A.

2003 Page 71 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD BOOTSTRAP SUPPORT CONNECTIONS FWD BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

a) The forward boot strap tooling installed on the CFM56-7 strut detail connections. 2003 Page 72 . EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS Identification (1.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL Attachment Pin Safety Pin Attachment Pins FORWARD BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 73 .

2003 Page 74 .a) The forward boot strap tooling installed on the CFM56-7 strut.A.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP INSTALLED Identification (1. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD BOOTSTRAP INSTALLED EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 75 .

Apply a load to the lever hoists as follows: NOTE: The load values given below include the necessary preload force and the weight of the engine. NOTE: Use an 11/16-inch or 15/16 socket to loosen the bolts. 4) During installation of the engine.E. 3) The aft dynamometer reads 1100±100 pounds (500±45 kilograms).CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL RH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION Training Information Points (3. 2) The forward outboard dynamometer reads 3200±100 pounds (1454±45 kilograms). 2003 Page 76 .c) NOTE: After the bootstrap equipment is installed on the airplane. 1) The forward inboard dynamometer reads 3700±100 pounds (1682±45 kilograms). EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. you must use all four persons to remove the power plant. a total preload of 200 pounds (91 kilograms) is required to compress the seal on the engine to the strut.

2003 Page 77 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD BOOTSTRAP SUPPORT RH CHAIN HOIST DYNAMOMETER RH TRUNNION RH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

is bolted to the fan frame. trunnion. 2003 Page 78 . Engine position number 2. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.c) The forward outboard dynamometer should read 3200±100 pounds (1454±45 kilograms).CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD RH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION Training Information Points (3.E.

2003 Page 79 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD RH CONNECTION TO FAN FRAME ADJUSTABLE JAM NUT RH FWD TRUNNION BOLTS RH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

IF YOU SEE A TWIST IN THE CHAIN. a total preload of 200 pounds (91 kilograms) is required to compress the seal on the engine to the strut.The forward inboard dynamometer reads 3700±100 pounds (1682±45 kilograms).The aft dynamometer reads 1100±100 pounds (500±45 kilograms). DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 3350 POUNDS (1520 KG) TO THE FORWARD OUTBOARD DYNAMOMETER .E. IF YOU DO NOT REMOVE IT. HOUSING AND ITS LOWER BLOCK (THE ATTACH POINT FOR THE DYNAMOMETER). DAMAGE TO THE POWER PLANT. DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 3850 POUNDS (1750 KG) TO THE FORWARD INBOARD DYNAMOMETER -The forward outboard dynamometer should read 3200±100 pounds (1454±45 kilograms). INJURIES TO PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS Training Information Points (3. MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO SPIRAL TWISTS IN THE LEVER HOIST CHAIN BETWEEN THE LEVER HOIST. DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 1300 POUNDS (590 KG) TO THE AFT DYNAMOMETER. Note: During installation of the engine. 2003 Page 80 . WARNING: IF YOU APPLY MORE THAN THE LIMITS. YOU MUST REMOVE IT. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.c) . WING AND STRUT CAN OCCUR.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH TRUNNION LH DYNAMOMETER CONNECTION RH DYNAMOMETER CONNECTION RH TRUNNION LH DYNAMOMETER CONNECTION RH DYNAMOMETER CONNECTION BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 81 .

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD LH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION Training Information Points (3.E.c) The forward inboard dynamometer should read 3700 ±100 pounds (1454±45 kilograms). 2003 Page 82 . Engine position 2 is shown. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL DYNAMOMETER LH TRUNNION FWD LH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 83 .

Engine position 2 is shown.c) The forward inboard dynamometer should read 3700 ±100 pounds (1454±45 kilograms).CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FORWARD LH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION Training Information Points (3. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.E. 2003 Page 84 .

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL FWD LH BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 85 .

2003 Page 86 .c) The aft engine bootstrap system consists of a tooling assembly which is attached to the strut by two pins. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.E.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS Training Information Points (3.

2003 Page 87 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL LH AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS FWD Attach point Attach points FWD AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

2003 Page 88 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP TOOLING Identification (1.Forward support brace .Center Beam .a) The aft engine bootstrap system consists of a tooling assembly which is attached to the strut by: .AFT support brace EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.Lock pins .A.

2003 Page 89 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP TOOLING EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

2003 Page 90 .a) The aft engine bootstrap system tooling assembly which is attached turbine rear frame Engine 2 on the RH side support. engine 1 LH side. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.A.CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS Identification (1.

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL ENGINE 1 AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION ENGINE 2 AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTION AFT BOOTSTRAP CONNECTIONS EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 91 .

CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP RH CONNECTION Identification (1.A.a) The aft engine bootstrap support has a dynamometer and chain hoist to support the aft end of the engine. EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan. 2003 Page 92 . .

2003 Page 93 .CFM56-7B TRAINING MANUAL AFT BOOTSTRAP SUPPORT AFT CHAIN HOIST DYNAMOMETER AFT BOOTSTRAP RH CONNECTION EFFECTIVITY 737-600/700/800/900/BBJ/C40A&B CFM PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 71-00-00 Jan.

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