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NEWS | Aug. 25, 2022

M1120A2 HEMTT: NSN for Hook Arm Cylinder Assembly

BLUF: Get the HEMTT’s hook arm cylinder assembly with NSN 3040-01-642-5340.

10th MTN DIV observe the loading of flatbeds onto a HEMTT
Photo by Staff Sgt. James Avery

Dear Half-Mast,

My unit has a couple M1120A2 HEMTTs and one of them needs the hook arm cylinder assembly replaced.

TM 9-2320-325-14&P (May 09) lists the assembly as NSN 3040-01-374-4803. However, FED LOG shows that NSN as a terminal item with no stock on hand.
Can you assist with a good NSN for this part?
                                                                                                                        MSG C.H.

Dear Master Sergeant C.H.,

The M1120A2 HEMTT’s hook arm cylinder assembly, NSN 3040-01-374-4803, was replaced by the M1120A4’s hook arm cylinder assembly; so use NSN 3040-01-642-5340 to order the correct assembly.

Make a note until the TM is updated.
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