b. Leg Prop Assembly Repair. Repair of the leg prop assembly is limited to welding and repainting. However,
partial disassembly is possible to facilitate repair. If required, repaint in accordance with MIL-T-704 and
Remove leg prop assembly from trailer (paragraph 5-2, a.(1)).
Clamp leg prop assembly in vise with spring pin facing up.
Using suitable drift, drive spring pin out of upper leg and remove leg base.
(a) Clamp upper leg in vise with spring pin hole facing up.
(b) Insert leg base into upper leg and turn leg base until hole in screw lines up with hole in upper leg.
(c) Install spring pin to secure leg base to upper leg.
(d) Install leg prop assembly on trailer (paragraph 5-2, a.(2)).
5-3. Trailer Bed and Fenders Repair and Replacement. (See figure 5-2.) The body of the modified
trailer consists of a single weldment that includes both fenders and the bed of the trailer.
Remove fitted cover (paragraph 3-11, a.(1)).
Remove tarpaulin support and four bow assemblies (paragraph 3-11, b.(1)).
Remove accessory box (paragraph 4-18, a.).
Remove generator set (paragraph 5-7, a.).
Remove 10 screws (1, figure 5-2), 10 flat washers (2), and 10 nuts (3) securing trailer body (4) to trailer
Observe position of screws securing rear braces on trailer body to trailer chassis.
Remove 16 screws (6), 16 flat washers (7) and 16 nuts (8) securing trailer body (4) to trailer chassis (5).
Removal of the trailer body requires the removal and disassembly of both handbrake
lever assemblies. The handbrake lever assemblies are symmetrical and this procedure is
typical for both.