UNIT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
4-1. Tools and Equipment. There are no tools or special equipment authorized for the tank unit.
4-2. Special Tools and Equipment. Special tools and equipment that are required by unit maintenance person-
nel for maintenance of the tank unit can be found in Appendix B, Section III
4-3. Repair Parts List. Unit Maintenance Repair Parts and Equipment covering unit maintenance for the tank
unit are listed in Appendix C.
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
4-4. Inspect Equipment.
Inspect identification plates for positive identification of equipment.
b. Inspect equipment for damage incurred during shipping.
Check equipment against packing list to make sure all items are accounted for. Report all discrepancies
in accordance with DA PAM 738-750.
d. Inspect components for loose or missing mounting hardware and for loose connections.
4-5. Preliminary Servicing and Installation of Equipment.
Lubricate the tank in accordance with the instructions in paragraph 32.
Perform preventive checks and services as described in Table 4-1 and correct any deficiencies.
b. Installation. The tank unit can be used mounted on skids on level ground or floor, or on a modified Mod-
el M1061A1, 5-ton Trailer.
(1) Tank unit without M1061A1, 5-ton Trailer. Select a level site free from stones and debris. Place
tank unit level, with skids resting on ground or floor. Insert male interlocks of one unit into the fe-
male interlocks of the connecting unit (12, Figure 11).
Tank Unit Mounted on M1061A1, 5-ton Trailer. Detailed installation procedures for the tie-down
kit and for mounting the tank unit on the M1061A, 5-ton Trailer are found in paragraph 4-16