c. Pioneer Tool Stowage Tray Installation.
Ensure mounting bracket is mounted all the way to the
rear of crossmember.
(1) Install 12340286-3 pioneer tool tray mounting bracket on rear crossmember with two existing
(2) Install 12340275-3 and 12340275-4 brackets on pioneer tool stowage tray with two existing
latches, four screws, MS35338-43 lockwashers, and nuts as shown in figure 10. Tighten nuts to
16-30 lb-in. (2-3 Nm).
(3) Install tools on pioneer tool stowage tray. (Refer to TM 9-2320-280-10.)
(4) Install pioneer tool stowage tray. (Refer to TM 9-2320-280-10.)
d. Final Vehicle Preparation.
(1) Install receptacle mounting bracket on D-beam with two B1821BH031C100N screws, 2436162
washers, and M45913/4-5CG8Z nuts as shown in figure 11.
(2) Install existing receptacle and existing cover on receptacle mounting bracket with four existing
(3) Install 12469442 decal on D-beam centered above tow pintle as shown in figure 12.
Not applicable to this MWO.
12. WEIGHT AND BALANCE DATA.
Weight and balance are not significantly affected by this MWO.
13. QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS.
a. General. The following information is furnished to ensure the proper application of this MWO and
provide clarification in regard to the adequacy of installer's inspection methods and procedures applicable to
Quality Assurance (QA). Inspection shall be IAW TM 750-245-4, TM 9-2320-280-10, TM 9-2320-280-20, and
b. Installer Responsibilities. The installer is responsible for following instructions in MWO 9-2320-280-
20-7, TM 9-2320-280-10, TM 9-2320-280-20. The installer will report Crossmember Reinforcement
Modification Kits received that are damaged or missing component parts so the kit supplier can be properly
notified. Any discrepancies noted will be corrected before the vehicle leaves the installer's work area.
Requirements contained in this MWO shall be included in the installer's inspection plan or quality assurance
program. These requirements shall not be construed as eliminating the installer's responsibility from
complete compliance with provisions of the contract and submitting to the Government products that meet
all requirements of the contract.
c. Government Verification. All QA operations and installation changes and inspections performed by
the installer are subject to Government verification at unannounced and varying intervals. Verification will
consist of observations and inspections to confirm that practices, methods, and procedures of the installer's
written inspection plan are being properly applied; and that Government product inspection to confirm the
quality of product offered for Government acceptance does not deviate from prescribed acceptance standards
specified in TM 9-2320-280-10, TM 9-2320-280-20, and TM 750-245-4. Deviations will be brought to the
attention of the installer for correction.
d. In-process Inspection. During normal assembly operations, paragraph 10, Modification Procedure,
will be used to check the installer's work. After installation is complete, the vehicle will be checked IAW the
PMCS checklist for correct installation and to ensure there are no defects. Any defects noted will be corrected
by the installer before the vehicle is placed in service. All vehicles modified during a production shift will be
checked to ensure product quality.