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NEWS | March 3, 2021

M1062 Fuel Tanker: Correct Globe Valve NSN

M1062 fuel tanker
M1062 fuel tanker (courtesy photo)

If you need a globe valve for your M1062 fuel tanker, don’t order it using the NSN listed in TM 9-2330-384-14&P (Jul 90).

Item 15 of Fig 18 in the TM shows NSN 4820-01-210-1251 for the globe valve. If you use that NSN, you’ll get a valve with no way to mount it and with the incorrect handle.
        
The correct NSN for the globe valve is shown below.
 
Correct NSN for globe valve
Correct NSN for globe valve
 
To get the correct globe valve use NSN 4820-01-003-9718. The valve comes with mounting holes built into it and has the correct handle.

Correct globe valve
Correct globe valve
 
Jot this NSN down until the TM is updated.
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