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NEWS | Oct. 23, 2019

M9 ACE: Parts Missing from TM

TM 5-2350-262-24P (Jun 12) comes up short on some needed parts for the M9 armored combat earthmover (ACE).

Fig 50 covers the apron, dozer and blade assembly. It shows the blade’s sleeve bushings as Item 26, but not the lock pins that fit through the bushings. Also missing are the retaining clips holding the lock pins in place.

Get a new lock pin with NSN 5315-01-184-4868 and a retaining clip with NSN 2590-01-239-1664.
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