5-34. Friction in a tight track robs the
crawler tractor of needed horsepower.
5-35. When the track on a crawler tractor is
too loose, it will have a tendency to
1. cause the idler to wear rapidly
2. come off when the tractor is turned
3. damage track rollers
4. increase pin and bushing wear
5-36. When it becomes necessary to adjust
the track in the field, you should
remove all the slack in the track and
release the pressure until the front
idler moves back a 1/2 inch.
5-37. When inspecting a piece of tracked
equipment, you notice that the track is
out of alignment. What person
determines what action should be
2. Crew leader
3. Operator of the track
4. Shop supervisor
5-38. When removing a track, you can
easily identify the master pin because
1. is larger than the other pins
2. has a locking device or a hole
drilled in its end
3. has a capital "M" cast into the end
4. has three stripes engraved on it
5-39. Before replacing any components of
the track or track frame, you should
consult what publication?
1. NAVFAC P-300
2. NAVFAC P-306
3. NAVFAC P-458
4. The manufacturer's service manual
5-40. In the NCF, what publication contains
the guidelines for the maintenance and
use of wire rope?
2. NAVFAC P-404
3. NAVFAC P-458
4. NAVFAC P-306
5-41. The typical front-mounted winch is
classified as what type of winch?
1. Sliding-clutch worm gear
2. Sliding-collar worm gear
3. Jaw-clutch worm gear
4. Sliding-jaw worm gear
5-42. What component protects a winch
from being overloaded?
1. Clutch key
2. Worm-gear key
3. Shear pin
4. Handle pin
5-43. What brake prevents the drum from
overrunning the cable when the cable
is being unreeled?
3. Winch support
4. Shift lever