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TM 9-2350-287-34 4-4. LOWER FUEL TANK REPLACEMENT. This  Task  Covers: a.   Removal b.   Installation lnitial Setup: Tools/Test Equipment: Combination wrench, 1 1/4 inch (Item 8, Appendix  D) General mechanic’s tool kit (Item 19, Appendix D) Materials/Parts: Sealing compound (Item 21, Appendix B) Personnel Required:  Three Equipment   Conditions: Powerpack removed (refer to TM 9-2350-287-20-1). Fuel tanks drained (refer to TM 9-2350-287-10). Exhaust duct and pipe removed (refer to TM  9-2350287-20-1). Air cleaner duct and elbow removed (refer to TM  9-2350-287-20-1). Fuel level transmitter removed (refer to TM  9-2350-287-20-1). Fuel pumps removed (refer to TM 9-2350-287-20-1). Hoses, tubes, and fittings disconnected (refer to TM  9-2350-287-20-1). a. REMOVAL 1. Remove screw (10) and clamp (9) securing hose (8) to hull (5). For  correct  installation, on each strap. NOTE record the number of washers and lengths of screws used 2. Remove four screws (1) and washers (2) and three retaining straps (3, 11, and 12) from lower fuel tank (4). 4-9

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