4-22. TANK HOSE MAINTENANCE
This task consists of:
General Mechanic Tool Kit (Appendix B, Section III, Item 3)
Suitable Lifting Device
Rags, Wiping (Appendix E, Section ll. Item 13)
Hose, Tank to Pump (Appendix F)
Fuel Evacuated from Lines and Manifold
Rear Tank Empty
Valve Control Cables Disconnected (paragraph 4-17)
General Safety instructions
Do not smoke within 50 feet (15.34 meters) of the Tank and Pump Unit.
Do not drain fuel from the unit on the ground.
Use protective equipment to prevent skin and eye contact with fuel.
Use a lifting device with a lifting capacity of at least three tons to
handle tanks or pump unit.
Remove tie down straps (1) from both ends of pump unit (2) and rear tank (3).
Pull out on cam lock handles (4) on manifold couplings (5) and disconnect tank to manifold hoses (6
Move pump unit (2) back to tailgate (8).
Pull out on cam lock handles (9) and remove rear hose (6).
Slide the rear tank (3) back to pump unit (2).
Pull out on cam lock handles (10) and remove front hose (7) from front tank (11).
Pull hose (7) out through pump unit (2) frame.