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Table 4-1. Engine fits, tolerances, and wear limits-continued - TM-5-4320-234-340068
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Figure 4-1. Cylinder head, exploded view. - TM-5-4320-234-340070
TM 5-4320-234-34
Table 4-1. Engine fits, tolerances, and wear limits - Continued
Manufacturer's
Design clearances
dimensions in
in inches
Allowable
Component points of measurement
inches
wear or
clearance
Min
Max.
Min.
Max
Ring groove width (cont.)
2nd and 3rd
0.1275
0.1285
0.1305
(0.3187 cm)
(0.3212 cm)
(0.3262 cm)
4th
0.2520
0.2530
0.2550
(0.6300 cm)
(0.6325 cm)
(0.6375 cm)
Cylinder bore diameter
3.4375
3.4395
3.4475
(8.5937 cm)
(8.5987 cm)
(8.6187 cm)
Piston fit in bore. Check by pull
5 to 10 lb
on 1/2-inch wide x 0.003-inch
(2.250 to 4.500 kg)
feeler gage
Piston rings
Width
No. 1
0.1230
0.1240
0.1210
(0.3075 cm)
(0.3100 cm)
(0.3025 cm)
No. 2 and 3
0.1230
0.1240
0.1210
(0.3075 cm)
(0.3100 cm)
(0.3025 cm)
No. 4
0.2485
0.2490
0.2465
(0.6212 cm)
(0.6225 cm)
(0.6162 cm)
Gap
No. 1
0.007
0.017
(0.0175 cm)
(0.0425 cm)
No. 2 and 3
0.007
0.017
(0.0175 cm)
(0.0425 cm)
No. 4
0.007
0.017
(0.0175 cm)
(0.0425 cm)
Side clearance
No. 1
0.0035
0.0050
(0.0087 cm)
(0.0125 cm)
No. 2 and 3
0.0035
0.0055
(0.0087 cm)
(0.0137 cm)
No. 4
0.0030
0.0045
(0.0075 cm)
(0.0112 cm)
Piston pin
Length
2.805
2.815
(7.012 cm)
(7.037 cm)
Pin diameter
0.8591
0.8593
0.8588
(2.1477 cm)
(2.1482 cm)
Piston pin bushing diameter
0.8595
0.8597
0.8067
(2.1487 cm)
(2.1492 cm)
Piston pin fit in piston
Light push
Piston pin fit in rod
0.0002
0.0006
(0.0005 cm)
(0.0015 cm)
Valve spring
Weight required to compress to
47 lb
53 lb
42 lb
1-45/64 in. (valve closed)
(21.15 kg)
(23.85 kg)
(18.19 kg)
Weight required to compress to
96 lb
104 lb
86 lb
1-27/64 in. (valve open)
(43.20 kg)
(46.80 kg)
(34.40 kg)
Section II. ENGINE REPAIR AND OVERHAUL
NOTE
parts if necessary (para 3-22). Remove
You can do some engine repair with the
accessories from the engine as required.
engine in the engine housing.  More
4-3. Cylinder Head
a. Removal. Remove the cylinder head and gasket
extensive repair will require removal of
as shown in figure 4-1.  When removing the cylinder
the engine from the housing.  Major
head screws, loosen each a small increment until all are
repair or overhaul requires that the
started. This will help prevent cylinder head distortion.
engine  be  mounted  on  an  engine
Repeat for several more small increments until all are
overhaul stand.
Remove the engine
loose.
housing (TM 5-4320-234-12, para 4-19).
Remove the engine from its mounting
4-3

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