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NEWS | April 21, 2022

M1102 Trailer: Marine Corps LTT Brake Drums Different

Marines, the brake drums on your light tactical trailer (LTT) aren’t the same as the ones used by the Army. That’s because of the screw-on style of the grease cap that the Marine Corps opted to use on their M1102s.
That means that you won’t be able to use the brake drums that are listed in TM 9-2330-392-13&P (Dec 12).
However, the brake drums used by the Marines are manufactured by Dexter Axle. The part number is 008-219-20.
For more info on the brake drums or for ordering related down parts, email Todd DeGroote at:
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