R E P A I R F U E L B U D D E R ( M 7 4 1 A 1 O N L Y)
General Mechanics Tool Kit (Item 35, App B)
Track Vehicle Repairer 63H10
c - clamp
See your -10
Cellophane (Item 12, App C)
See your -20
Dry cleaning solvent (Item 18, App C)
Lacquer (Item 43, App C)
Saddle soap (Item 68, App C)
Wiping rag (Item 86, App C) )
Fuel bladder removed from carrier
Bladder Repair Kit 2910-00-937-9773 and
(see your -20)
I N S P E C T
W A R N I N G
Fuel fumes can explode and
burn you. Before repairing:
Drain all fuel. Clean up
spilled fuel with wiping
rags. Disconnect and cap all
fuel and vent lines.
Check fuel bladder for damage.
Limit repair to cuts, punctures, blisters,
abrasions and coating damage to 3 inches
(8 cm) maximum.
C L E A N
W A R N I N G
P - D 6 - 8 0 is
t o x i c a n d
flammable. Always use in
an open area with good air
flow, away from sparks,
h e a t , o r f l a m e s . W e a r
goggles and gloves. Do not breathe
vapors. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and
clothes. If you get dizzy while using
solvent, breathe fresh air and get medical
help. If solvent gets on hands, wash them.
If solvent gets in eyes, flush eyes with
f r e s h w a t e r a n d g e t m e d i c a l h e lp
Keep fire extinguisher
3. Clean about 1 square foot (0.09 square
meter) around damaged area with dry
4. Use clean
R E P A I R
wiping rags and dry cleaning
clean dirt and sludge from bladder.
5. Handle repair material as follows:
Do not use cement that is grainy, lumpy,
jellied, or thin. Do not use if cement has
passed its shelf life of 6 months.
Stir cement before and during use.
Keep covers on all cement containers when
not in use.
Clean containers before using for cement,
lacquer or solvent.
Mark and identify cement and solvent