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MIL-M-17413A(NAVY)
9.4.1 Onboard repair parts and tools. -
3.4.1.1 Quantity. - Repair parts, based upon the total number of motors furnished for each vessel
on a contractor or order, shall be supplied as specified in table III.
Table III - Onboard repair parts.
1A tool for removing the ball bearings need not be furnished when the ball bearing can be removed by
removed by pulling on the inner race with one of the tools contained in a "Complete" Naval shipboard
set of tools specified in Specification GGG-P-781.
2
If any gear is not readily removable from its shaft, the shaft shall be furnished as a repair part.
3.4.1.2 Repair parts boxes. -  Where specified in the contract or order onboard repair parts and
tools shall be furnished in repair parts boxes conforming to type M of Specification MIL-B-233 (see 6.2).
3.4.1.3 Shipping onboard repair parts. -  Unless otherwise specified in the contract or order, repair
parts shall be inspected and shipped at the same time as the motors. Separate inspection and shipment
will be setisfactory only when an acceptable schedule of shipment of onboard repair parts has been
arranged between the manufacturer and the ordering activity.
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