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NEWS | March 25, 2022

M1272 Buffalo: TM Missing Tire Chain Instructions

M1272 Buffalo
Photo by Sgt. Doug Roles
 
Operators, TM 9-2355-352-10 (Jun 20) for the Buffalo, doesn’t have installation and removal instructions for tire chains.

According to TACOM 22-020 Maintenance Information Message (MIM), the tire chains will be added to the Additional Authorized List (AAL) of the TM. Work packages with installation and removal procedures will also be added to the TM in a future update.

With your CAC in hand, you can view the TACOM message that includes the tire chain installation and removal instructions HERE or view and download just the instructions HERE.

Once you’ve downloaded the tire chain instructions, you’ll want to keep them handy until the TM is updated.
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