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NEWS | Dec. 7, 2021

M983A4 LET HEMTT: Missing MCRS Winch Control Kit Procedures

Maintainers, if you have an M983A4 light equipment transporter (LET) HEMTT, there’s info missing from TM 9-2320-326-13&P (Sep 20) and TM 9-2320-341-10 (Sep 20).

The TMs are missing installation, removal, maintenance and troubleshooting procedures for the modular catastrophic recovery system (MCRS) winch control kit. You can download all of these procedures from TACOM maintenance information message (MI) 22-003 and keep them handy until the TMs are updated.

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