7.2.3 Perform magnetic particle inspection IAW TM-1-1520-264-23, section 4.27 with the following excep-
22.214.171.124 Select AC on the AC/DC power switch.
126.96.36.199 Place probe/yoke on the part so that the probe/yoke is parallel with the long axis of the shock strut.
188.8.131.52 Use a three-inch leg distance measured from the inside of the legs. Position one of the probe/yoke
legs a minimum of 1/4 inch above the weep hole maintaining contact with the shock strut.
Verify the probe/yoke legs are placed on housing, not on the
threaded ring. Improper placement of legs will generate an insuffi-
cient magnetic field.
184.108.40.206 Press the test switch and apply a light coat of magnetic particle media at the same time. Remove
the media momentarily before removing the current. Current should be applied for no more than five seconds.
Verify magnetic field with field indicator.
220.127.116.11 Inspect for cracks using the black light.
18.104.22.168 Demagnetize before moving to the next position, IAW TM-1-1520-264-23, para 22.214.171.124.
126.96.36.199 Reconfigure the probe/yoke legs to match the circumference of the shock strut, maintain the 3 inch
leg-to-leg distance as close as possible. Center the stripped area between legs of the probe/yoke.
188.8.131.52 Repeat steps 184.108.40.206. through 220.127.116.11.
7.2.4 If no evidence of cracking is found
18.104.22.168 Repaint the affected area utilizing primer (MIL-P 23377) and topcoat (MIL-C 46168) per Tm
22.214.171.124 Install shock strut IAW TM 1-1520-238-23-2, paragraph 3.18 or IETM.
126.96.36.199 Submit a Category I Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) and contact the Technical POC IAW para-
188.8.131.52 Replace the strut
7.3 Clear the initial entry from paragraph 4.1 and note compliance on DA Form 2408-15.
8. PROCEDURES/INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLIES/COMPONENT/PARTS IN WORK OR IN STOCK
(AT ALL LEVELS INCLUDING WAR RESERVES) Annotate the serviceability tag with:
"AH-64-03-ASAM-01, Main Landing Gear Upper Strut, not complied with". Do not remove original
8.1 Items in Retail Stock Commanders and facility managers that maintain retail stock at installation level
and below will complete the following procedures.
8.1.1 Contact the support aviation unit, as required, to perform the procedures required on affected items.
8.1.2 Comply with inspection and correction procedures as required to return items to serviceable stock.
8.2 Items in Single Stock Fund and in Work (Overhaul/Repair Facility) N/A.
8.3 Items in Wholesale Stock N/A.
9. SPECIAL TOOLS AND FIXTURES REQUIRED N/A.
10. SUPPLY/PARTS (REQUISITION/DISPOSITION)
10.1 Parts Required Parts required and estimated cost will be determined on the part number of the shock