TM 10-8110-202-13 & P
5-11. REPAIR DRUM BODY - MODEL RD-610 ONLY
TOOLS: Pressure-type vulcanizer
Stiff-bristle cleaning brush
MATERlALS/PARTS: Cement, 3201 (Item 1, Appendix F)
Cement, 3918 (Item 2, Appendix F)
Cement, 3980 (Item 3, Appendix F)
Detergent, mild non-toxic (Item 7, Appendix F)
Gum, 3156, 0.030 (Item 9, Appendix F)
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) (Item 10, Appendix F)
Paper, silicone, RM58B (Item 11, Appendix F)
Patch, material, 42118 (Item 12, Appendix F)
Patch, material, 42146 (Item 13, Appendix F)
Patch, material, 42153 (Item 14, Appendix F)
TROUBLESHOOTING REFERENCE (Table 5-1):
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:
Repair in a clean, well-ventilated area.
Wash out drum body interior.
PRELIMINARY CONDITION: Drum disassembled (para 5-4).
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) used for cleaning drum body
repair areas is extremely flammable and is potentially dan-
gerous to personnel and property. Keep container closed.
Use in a well-ventilated area as the fumes are dangerous if
inhaled. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Flash
point of MEK is 24° F (4.4°C).
Holes in the drum body larger than 5 inches across in any
one direction cannot be repaired. Replace the drum body.
1. Remove all dirt from area around hole to be repaired.