(4) Secure the hydraulic operating valve controls in a neutral position.
k. Air Cleaner. Clean the air cleaner and seal all openings that permit the direct entry of water. Use type 111, class
1, waterproof pressure-sensitive adhesive tape conforming to PPP-T-60.
l. Exterior Surfaces. Coat exposed machined ferrous metal surfaces with preservative (P-6) conforming with
specification MIL-C- 11796, class 3. If preservative is not available Automotive and Artillery Grease (GAA) may be used.
m. Markings. Markings will conform to MIL-STD-129.
n. Batteries and Cables. Batteries will be secured in compartments. Batteries will be filled and fully charged.
Cables will be disconnected and secured so as to prevent contact with the terminals.
o. Pneumatic Tires. Tires will be inflated to their normal required operating pressure.
p. Air Receivers. Remove pipe plugs from tanks and spray or fog the tank interior with type P-10, grade 2, engine
preservative oil conforming to Specification MIL-L-21260 and re-install. Open draincock to allow excess preservative oil
to drain. Leave draincock open to allow condensation to drain.
q. Disassembly, Disassembled Parts, Basic Issue Items.
(1) Disassembly will be limited to the removal of parts and projecting components that tend to increase the
overall profile of the equipment and that which is subject to pilferage.
(2) Basic issue items and disassembled components will be packed with the publications in the tool box if
possible. Otherwise, items will be packed in a suitable container and secured to the equipment to prevent loss or
pilferage. Refer to TM 38-230 for guidance in container selection, fabrication and packing.
r. Hoses and Couplings. Recoil on hose reels, if so equipped, or coil the hose to a minimum safe diameter and tie
or strap the coil to the equipment to prevent movement. Shroud exposed hose not protected by storage facilities with
waterproof Kraft wrapping paper (UU-P-271).
Loading Jaw Crusher for Shipment
a. Construct a ramp of suitable material as illustrated on figure 3, and tow the jaw crusher onto the carrier as
b. If a loading ramp or material is not available and a suitable lifting device illustrated on figure 4 is used, the
equipment will be loaded as follows:
(1) Attach lifting cables to jaw crusher as instructed in paragraph 6.
(2) Lift the jaw crusher and place it in the center of the carrier.
(3) Remove lifting cables from the jaw crusher. Block and secure the jaw crusher as illustrated on figure 2.
Section II. LIMITED STORAGE
Preparation of Jaw Crusher for Storage
a. General. Detailed instructions for preparing the jaw crusher for limited storage is outlined in this paragraph.
Limited storage is defined as storage not to exceed 6 months. Refer to AR 743-505.
h. Sealing of Openings. Refer to paragraph 176h.
i. Fuel Tank. Tanks will be drained and sprayed or fogged with type P-10, grade 2, engine preservative oil
conforming to Specification MIL-L-21260. -
j. Hydraulic Control System; Except Hydraulic Brake. Refer to paragraph 176j.
k. Exterior Surfaces. Refer to paragraph 1761.