BACK WINDOW - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
a. Have two assistants outside to
and glass (3)
b. With palm of hand on glass, use flat-
tip screwdriver to pry rubber off
flange, starting at one corner of
c. Continue until rubber retainer (2)
and glass (3) are out.
a. Take off.
b. Get rid of rubber retainer (2).
Drycleaning solvent burns easily. Do not smoke or have open flame nearby while using solvent. Dispose
of solvent-soaked rags. If brush is used, clean properly.
Do not allow solvent to stay on painted surfaces as it will soften, blister, or remove paint.
If reusing glass (3), clean off old
sealer using rags and dry-cleaning solvent.
Cab flange (4)
a. Clean off old sealer using rags and
b. Touch up any damaged paint with
brush, primer, and enamel
(see TM 43-0139).
a. Put on so glass (3) is firmly seated
b. Using pocket knife and measuring tape,
cut length of cord at least 10 feet
7 inches (322.5 cm) long.
c. Put cord into flange groove of rubber
retainer (2) so ends of cord are at top
center of glass (3), and do not cross.
d. Tape ends of cord to rubber retainer
(2) using tape.