AVUM SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
3-4. INSPECTION UPON RECEIPT (AVUM).
The following inspections shall be performed upon receipt of the Ground Handling Wheels Assembly.
Check the equipment against the packing list, to ensure that the assembly is complete. Report all
DISCREPANCIES in accordance with the instructions of DA Pam 738-750, or DA Pam 738-751 as applicable
Inspect the assembly for any damage incurred during shipping Report any defects immediately on SF 364,
Report of Discrepancy.
Perform all "Before" operation checks in accordance with Chapter 2, Section II, Table 2-1, Preventive
Maintenance Checks and Services for Ground Handling Wheels Assembly.
The Ground Handling Wheels Assembly is shipped from the manufacturer fully
lubricated. The hydraulic pump was filled to the proper level with the correct type and
grade of hydraulic fluid (item 1, Appendix D). Ensure that the following preliminary
servicing and lubrication is performed upon receipt.
3-5. PRELIMINARY SERVICING AND LUBRICATION (AVUM).
The following preliminary servicing and lubrication shall be performed upon receipt of the Ground Handling Wheels
3-5.1. Service. The hydraulic fluid level and tire pressure must be checked before the Wheels Assembly can be
operated. Refer to Chapter 2, Section II, Table 2-1, Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Ground Handling
Wheels Assembly, to perform the following checks.
Check the hydraulic fluid level and service as necessary.
Never inflate wheel assembly without first checking wheel locknut torques, to insure
wheel locknuts are tightened to specifications. An assembly with missing washers, bolts,
nuts or improperly tightened locknuts could separate under pressure, causing serious
injury or death.
Check air pressure with tire pressure gauge and inflate or deflate tires to proper pressure. Proper pressure
is 50 psi (34 5 kPa) for Model 204, and 75 psi (51.7 kPa) for Model 214 and Model 1730.