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TM   9-2350-287-34 4-6.  FUEL  TANK  PAD  REPLACEMENT  (continued). 3. Clean mounting surfaces of upper fuel tank or lower fuel tank (2 or 3) with drycleaning solvent to remove dirt and  adhesive  residue. WARNING . - Adhesive  can  bum  easily,  can  give  off  harmful  vapors,  and  is  harmful  to  skin  and  clothing. To avoid injury or death, keep adhesive away from open fire and use in a well-ventilated area. NOTE Use any combination of pads required to attain same size pad as noted prior to removal to aline and immobilize fuel tanks. Any movement of fuel tanks in vehicle is not  acceptable. 4. Apply adhesive to new pads (1) and mounting surfaces of hull and upper fuel tank or Iower fuel tank (2 or 3). Allow adhesive to dry 30 minutes before installation. 5. Install new pad (1) on hull and upper fuel tank or lower fuel tank (2 or 3). FOLLOW-ON  MAINTENANCE: Install lower fuel tank (para 4-4). Install upper fuel tank (para 4-3). Install powerpack (refer to TM 9-2350-287-20-1). 4-19

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