By Peter G. Cooksley, Joe Sewell
It can be argued that the airplane equipped at Thomas Sopwith's manufacturing unit at Kingston-on-Thames contributed extra to the Allied reason through the First global warfare than these of the other airplane corporation. of those, the Sopwith Camel is the easiest remembered. those plane made a good contribution to the advance of the plane as a scuffling with laptop at a time while the very technological know-how of flying used to be in its early phases - the world's first managed flight having been made through the Wright brothers just some 13 years sooner than the 1st Sopwith puppy took to the air, the only seat doggy was once to be the predecessor of an entire diversity of unmarried seat warring parties which have been to proceed so far as the bounds of the rotary engine accepted.
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When temperatures are between 32 F and -10 F, use OIL, engine, SAE 10. For temperatures -10 F to -30 F use OIL, engine, SAE 10, and add 1/2 quart of gasoline to each 41/2 (2) 47 TM 9-741 24 MEDIUM ARMORED CAR T17E1 (c) Add lubricant through fill plug opening until the lubricant flows, from the slotted plug opening. g. Draining Gear Cases. Drain, flush, and refill at end of first 1,000 miles, except transmission, 3,000 miles; thereafter as indicated at points on guide. When draining, drain immediately after operation.
25. POINTS TO BE LUBRICATED BY ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL. a. None. 26. REPORTS AND RECORDS. a. Reports. If lubrication instructions are closely followed, proper lubricants used, and satisfactory results are not obtained, a report will be made to the ordnance officer responsible for the maintenance of the materiel. b. Records. A complete record of lubrication servicing will be kept for the materiel. 27. LUBRICATION INFORMATION. a. General. (1) One of the most vital factors in the performance and durability of any machine is its lubrication.
Hand brake cable pulleys ................. Carburetor choke rod and tube hand lever .... Throttle rod and tube hand lever .......... Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Transmission manual control hand lever ..... Oil pins 50 pins pins pins (two pulleys) pins and rods (two) pins and rods (two) TM 9-741 27 LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS Accelerator control linkage mounted on engines ............................... Turret handwheel lock ................... j. Coat Contacting Surfaces 250 miles). (GREASE, Oil clevis pins and rods Fill oil cup chassis, seasonal Jettison tank release shaft.