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Figure   2-12.   Packing   Flaking   Boxes   (Sheet   2   of   2).
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TM-10-3835-219-14 Hoseline Outfit Fuel Handling 4-Inch Diameter Manual
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Table   2-5.   Displacement   and   Evacuation   Kit   and   Repair   Kit   (Model   ADC-1200)
TM  10-3835-219-14 (4)    Step    4. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Secure hose in place by installing a pair of retaining brackets (8) one or two folds behind pull board assembly (9). Remove  pull  board  assembly  (9). Flake the next 200 feet (60 m) of hose into box, stopping just short of coupling ring (10) (coupling clamp (10) on model FIHK-100) which joins the two hose sections. Compress hose into about half of the box, using procedures in step 3 above. Secure hose with a second pair of retaining brackets (8). Remove pull board assembly. CAUTION Coupling ring must be centered in box to prevent hose damage. Continue flaking hose into box, and compress hose again at about 750 to 800 feet (225 m -240 m) into (about three-fourths the box length).  Remove first pair of retaining brackets (8) and use them to secure hose. Remove pull board assembly. Repeat procedure stopping short of leading end of the segment using  second pair of retaining brackets to secure hose. Remove  pull board assembly. (5)    Step    5. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Remove two bolts (11) and nuts (12) securing upper and  lower pipe coupling clamp halves (13). Remove pipe coupling clamps halves (13), gasket (14) and pipe cap (15). Repeat steps (a) and (b) for opposite end of hose. Stow one pipe coupling clamp and two pipe caps (15) in displacement and evacuation kit. To prevent contamination couple leading and trailing ends of hose per paragraph 2-6c(3)h. When hose ends are coupled together (16), install tail gate assembly (17) onto flaking box by inserting tail gate assembly into cleats (18) on tie bar assembly. Then position tail gate assembly into cleats (19) of lower frame member, Secure tail gate assembly with latches (20) and stow breakaway  (21). Remove all retaining brackets (8) and position next empty flaking box on top of full box and continue packing  hoseline. c. Hoseline Outfit Kits.  Return all hoseline components to the kit with which they were supplied and check for shortage. Repack kits into storage chests in accordance with loading diagram attached to underside of each chest lid, d. Loadinq  Diaqrams. Tables 2-5, 2-6, and 2-7 (Model ADC-1200), Tables 2-8,2-9, 2-10, 2-11 and 2-12 (Model  1461)  and  Tables  2-12,1,  2-12.2,2-12.3,  2-12.4,  and  2-12.5  (Model  FIHK-100)  contain  loading  diagrams for  each  storage  chest  and  list  the  contents  of  each  kit  supplied  with  the  hoseline  outfit.  Kit  items  must  be packed  as  diagramed  to  provide  adequate  space  and  tight  packing  for  shipment. Change  1 2-39

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