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NEWS | Jan. 25, 2021

Wheeled Vehicles: One Stop Shop for Tire & Wheel Assemblies

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Soldiers, before you go tire shopping, there’s something you need to keep in mind. Ordering a replacement tire is not authorized when a tire and wheel assembly NSN exists.
Always follow the maintenance procedures in your vehicle’s TM. That way you’ll be sure to order the correct replacement parts.
Check out the tables in the attached PDF, to find the latest tire and wheel assembly NSNs for Army trucks, trailers, construction vehicles and material handling equipment.
Tire and Wheel Assembly Tables PDF
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