DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE TECHNICAL ORDER
TO 36C23 3-37-12
Organizational Maintenance Manual
CRANE-SHOVEL, BASIC UNIT TRUCK MOUNTED: 20 TON, 3/4 CU YD; GASOLINE DRIVEN, 6X6 (QUICKWAY
MODEL M-200) NON-WINTERIZED (FSN 3810-542-4982) CRANE SERIAL NUMBERS 20-026 THROUGH 20-500
CARRIER SERIAL NUMBERS 59-026C THROUGH 59-500C WINTERIZED TO -65
(FSN 3810-542-4980) CRANE
SERIAL NUMBERS 20-001 THROUGH 20-025 CARRIER SERIAL NUMBERS 59-001C THROUGH 59-025C.
DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY
AND THE AIR FORCE
CHANGES No. 1
WASHINGTON 25, D.C., 24 October 1962
TM 5-3810-207-20/TO 36C23-3-37-12, 31 May 1962, is changed as follows:
Page 11. Paragraph 6b
(2) (Superseded) Perform preventive maintenance services (TM 5-3810-207-10).
Pages 18 and 19.
Section Ill. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
Preventive maintenance is performed by organizational maintenance personnel at quarterly intervals. A
quarterly interval is equivalent to 3 calendar months or 250 hours of operation, whichever occurs first.
The preventive maintenance services to be performed at quarterly intervals are listed consecutively and are
described in paragraph 20. The item numbers indicate the sequence of minimum inspection requirements. DA Form
2404 Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Work-Sheet will be prepared when inspection reveals any deficiencies.
Lubrication shall be as prescribed in TM 5-3810-207-10.
20. Quarterly Preventive Maintenance Services
The preventive maintenance inspections and services to be performed by organizational maintenance personnel
are listed and illustrated on figure 4.1.
Detailed instructions for applicable maintenance procedures are referenced by the paragraph numbers listed.
Page 54. Paragraph 92e(3) line 2. Delete "80 to 85 psi" and substitute "125 psi with no more than 15 psi
variation on all cylinders".
Page 212. Paragraph 266a. Following paragraph 266a, add paragraph 266a.1 as follows:
. Remove spark plugs and test engine compression, Insert compression gage in spark plug hole and
crank engine with starting motor. Correct reading is 90 psi with no more than 15 psi variation between cylinders.