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NEWS | Aug. 25, 2021

M915A5 Tractor Truck: Get Right NSN for Fuel Line

M915A5s belonging to the U.S. Army Reserve's 250th Transportation Company
Photo by Capt. Adrian Silva
Maintainers, here’s a heads up if you have an M915A5 tractor truck! The NSN for the fuel line is wrong in the IETM.

Currently, the fuel line, Item 16 in Fig 37 of TM 9-2320-426-13&P (IETM EM 0308, Aug 14), shows NSN 4720-01-576-1541, PN MAGU0177. That’s wrong because that fuel line is too short. Here’s a picture of Fig 37 from the IETM:
Item 16 of Fig 37 in TM 9-2320-426-13&P gives wrong fuel line NSN
Item 16 of Fig 37 in TM 9-2320-426-13&P gives wrong fuel line NSN
You’ll need to use NSN 4720-01-481-4334, PN MAHU0489, to get the correct fitting fuel line for your truck. Jot this down until the IETM is updated.
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