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NEWS | Aug. 11, 2022

Fuel Tankers: Correct NSNs for Rear Axle Parts

BLUF: Until the TM gets updated, there’s incorrect NSNs for rear axle parts.
 

Mechanics, TM 9-2330-339-23P (Dec 15) lists some incorrect NSNs for rear axle parts for the M967A1P1, M969A1P1 and M969A2P1 fuel tankers. TACOM is aware of the errors and the correct NSNs will be added when the TM is updated.
        
In the meantime, the correct NSNs are in the table below.
 
Item NSN
Wheel seal 5330-01-417-5137
Hub cap gasket 5330-01-280-5827
Outer wheel bearing 3110-00-100-0663
Outer race 3110-00-100-0332
Inner wheel bearing 3110-00-100-0683
Inner race 3110-00-100-0337

Annotate this info in TM 9-2330-339-23P (Dec 15) until it's updated with the correct NSNs.
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