3.9.1 Maintenance operations. Unless otherwise specified herein, each
operation in the following maintenance operations list shall be accomplished
by one maintainer in not more than the time specified using common tools and
the special tools, if furnished with the truck:
Remove, replace and adjust all engine driven belts - 1/2 hour.
Remove and replace alternator - 1/2 hour.
Remove and replace all filters, screens and strainers in all
hydraulic systems - 1 hour.
Remove and replace fuel filter elements - 1/2 hour.
Drain engine lubricating oil, remove and replace oil filter elements
and refill crankcase - 1 hour.
Remove and replace engine coolant system hoses - 1/2 hour.
Disconnect battery cables, remove and replace batteries and reconnect
battery cables - 1/2 hour.
Drain transmission oil, remove and replace all filter elements and
strainers and refill transmission - 1 hour.
Remove and replace starter - 1 hour.
Bleed and adjust brakes and refill master cylinder (two maintainers)
- 3/4 hour.
Remove and replace floodlights and tail-light bulbs - 1/4 hour each
Remove, disassemble and reinstall air cleaner - 1/2 hour.
Lubricate all lubrication fittings with 2 strokes per fitting using
grease gun and extension - 1 hour.
Time to remove, read and replace each dipstick - 2 minutes.
3.9.2 Lubrication. Lubrication means shall be provided for all moving
parts that require lubrication, except where sealed permanent lubrication is
provided. Each truck shall be serviced and run-in with military lubricants
conforming to MIL-L-2104, MIL-L-2105, MIL-L-46167, and MIL-G-10924. Initial
servicing and run-in may be accomplished with lubricants standard to the
contractor's commercial practice (except for the braking system) if compatible
with above military lubricants. (If commercial lubricants are utilized the
manufacturer will provide certification from supplier's that commercial
lubricants are compatible with military lubricants prior to the start of the
first article test). A lubrication data plate in accordance with SAE J753
shall be mounted on the truck and shall identify all military lubricants and
appropriate temperature ranges to be utilized when servicing the truck.
Grease lubrication fittings shall conform to SAE J534 and shall be in a
protected but accessible position.
3.10 Transportability. The trucks shall be capable of being transported by
military or commercial trailers, trains, marine vessels without damage or
permanent deformation. The trucks shall be equipped with tiedown and slinging
3.10.1 Slinging and tiedown provisions. The slinging provisions shall
conform to MIL-STD-209, class 1 and 2 or 3, type III. The provisions shall
enable the complete truck to be lifted in the normal operating position. All