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MIL-T-26025E (USAF)
Remove and replace starter - one hour.
(9)
(10)
Remove or install the engine/transmission or engine/power divider package, two
mechanics - four hours.
Foolproofness.
Where improper installation of an item could cause a malfunction, an
3.1.3.3
asymetric mounting system shall be provided, where practical, to ensure proper mounting of the item.
Fastening devices,
All screws, bolts, nuts, pins and other fastening devices shall be properly
3.1.3.4
designed, manufactured and installed with adequate means of preventing loss of torque or adjustment.
Cotter pins, lock washers or nylon patches shall not be used for this purpose, except for attachment of trim
items on the commercial chassis. Tapped aluminum threads shall have a minimum thread engagement
of at least two times the nominal fastener diameter.
3.1.3.5 Servicing provisions.  Drains, grease fittings, lines and check points for all components shall
be so located that they are readily accessible and do not require special tools for proper servicing.
All parts normally requiring grease for lubrication shall be provided with
3.1.3.6  Lubrication.
lubrication fittings in accordance with SAE J534. Where the use of high lubrication pressures may
damage grease seals, a pressure relief device shall be provided. Extended fittings shall be provided to
lubricate parts or assemblies which are not readily accessible for direct lubrication or which are likely to
be overlooked because of inaccessibility.
Hydraulic fluid.
Hydraulic fluid shall be in accordance with MIL-H-83282.
3.1.3,7
All space in which work is performed during operation, service and
Component protection.
3.1.3.8
maintenance of the vehicle shall be free of hazardous protrusions, sharp edges or other features which may
cause injury to personnel. All rotating and reciprocating parts and all parts subject to high operational
temperatures or subject to being electrically energized, that are of such nature or so located as to be
hazardous to personnel, shall be guarded or insulated to the extent necessary to eliminate the hazard.
All loose metal parts, such as pins and valve caps, shall be securely
3.1.3.9 Foreign object_damage.
attached so they cannot become separated from the vehicle.
Metal parts shall be specifically bonded together to minimize the possibility of
3.1.3.10 Bonding.
sparks,
Environments 1 conditions.
3.1.4
The vehicle shall be capable of satisfactory storage and operation
under the following environmental conditions:
a.
Full-time exposure to temperatures ranging from -40F to +125 F for Type "A"
winterization and from -10 F to +125 F for Type "C" winterization (see 6.2).
b. Full-time exposure to relative humidities up to 100 percent.
Part-time (five percent of the time) exposure to rain; droplets of size 2.0 to 4.5 mm falling at
c.
a rate of 5.2 inches per hour.
Part-time (five percent of the time) exposure to salt fog; five percent solution (five parts by
d.
weight of salt in 95 parts by weight of water ) with fallout of 3.0 ml/80 cm2/hour.
e.
Part-time (five percent of the time) exposure to blowing dust; velocity 1750 ft/min,
concentration 0.5g/ft3.
f.
Part-time (five percent of the time) exposure to blowing sand; velocity 5700 ft/min,
concentration 0.0773g/fi3.
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