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NEWS | May 21, 2020

Stryker: Extended Water and Fuel Can Bracket NSNs


Extended water and fuel can brackets are now available for the Stryker. The new brackets replace the shorter version of the brackets currently installed on each side of the rear ramp. They attach in the same position using existing hardware.

If you install the extended brackets, keep in mind they can't be used with add-on slat armor kits. The original brackets will have to be put back on before installing the add-on armor kit. 
        
Order the right-side extended water and fuel can bracket with NSN 2590-20-012-4032 and the left side with NSN 2590-20-012-5574.
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