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NEWS | July 29, 2020

M967A2/M969A2 Fuel Tankers: NSNs for Junction Box Gaskets

5K fuel tanker
Photo by Timothy Hale

On the M967A2 and M969A2 fuel tanker’s front roadside is a junction box where the light cable from the prime mover plugs in. There are gaskets that fit between the junction box and its access plates, but NSNs weren’t assigned. 
 
5k fuel tanker
Junction box location
 
M967A2 5K Fuel Tanker
Tanker NSN: 2330-01-495-0040
Shown as Items 12 and 14 in Fig 15 of TM 9-2330-329-23P (Dec 15)
M969A3 5K Fuel Tanker
Tanker NSN: 2330-01-495-0043
Shown as Items 15 and 17 in Fig 15 of TM 9-2330-330-23P (Dec 15)

Gasket NSNs are now available:
 
Gaskets (for both tankers)

PN ML-216 NSN 5330-01-686-9217

PN ML-217 NSN 5330-01-686-9219

Exploded view of junction box and location of gaskets
Exploded view of junction box and location of gaskets
  
Remember to make a note of these NSNs until they’re updated in the TMs.
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