Locating the Drill. Refer to paragraph 2-5 and
tow or tram the assembled drill to the worksite, and
prepare the drill for operation.
transmission housing and install in position as shown in
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
Dismantling for Movement
The pneumatic rock drill does not require
dismantling for movement, to a new worksite.
The rock drill can be moved by carrier or
tramming. Tramming will be used only when the new
location is reasonably close.
Rock Drill Movement
Short Distance Movement
When the rock drill is to be moved a short
distance, it will be moved by tramming (self-propelled) as
outlined in paragraph 2-5.
Position the drill feed and boom as
illustrated in figure 2-4 to allow maximum stability while
moving. The terrain over which the drill is to be moved
will determine the tramming speed. Full speed can be
used if tramming on a flat level surface.
When the rock drill is to be towed to the
new worksite, disengage the clutch as outlined in
paragraph 2-5 and tow the rock drill to the new worksite.
Long Distance Movement.
Use a suitable hoist with at least a 12,000
pound capacity, attach lifting chain to lifting eyes, as
illustrated in figure 4-2, and lift the rock drill on the carrier
Refer to TB 740-97-2 and prepare the rock
drill for shipment to the new worksite.
Reinstallation After Movement
Remove the necessary blocking and tie down
cables securing the rock drill to the carrier bed.
Use a suitable lifting device with at least 12,000
pounds capacity and lift the rock drill from the carrier bed
as illustrated in figure 4-2.
Inspect and service the equipment (para 4-2).
Prepare the rock drill for operation (para 4-3).
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
Tools and Equipment
Tools, equipment and repair parts issued with or
authorized for the pneumatic rock drill are listed in TM 5-
Special Tools and Equipment
No special tools and equipment are required by
organizational maintenance personnel for performing
maintenance on the pneumatic rock drill.
Maintenance Repair Parts
Repair parts and equipment are listed and illustrated in
TM 5-3820-241-20P, Repair Parts and Special Tools
Section IV. ORGANIZATIONAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS
For a general description and purpose of the
preventive maintenance checks and services, refer
to paragraph 3-3.
Organizational Preventive Maintenance
Organizational maintenance monthly and quarterly
preventive maintenance checks and services are
listed in Table 4-1.