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NEWS | Nov. 4, 2022

M967A2/M969A3 Fuel Tankers: New NSN for Landing Leg Crank Handle Retaining Pin

BLUF: The M967A2 and M969A3 fuel tanker’s landing leg crank handle retaining pin, NSN 5315-01-502-8717, is no longer valid and is replaced with NSN 5315-01-543-8980.
 
M969A3 Fuel Tanker Trailer
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Heads up! If you have an M967A2 or M969A3 fuel tanker, there’s a new NSN for the landing leg crank handle retaining pin.
        
The M967A2 retaining pin NSN associated with Item 9 in Fig 40 of TM 9-2330-330-23P (Dec 15), which is the same as the M969A3 retaining pin NSN associated with Item 9 in Fig 43 of TM 9-2330-330-23P (Dec 15), is no longer valid. So don’t use NSN 5315-01-502-8717 when the retaining pin needs replacing.
 
Excerpt from TM 9-2330-330-23P
Excerpt from TM 9-2330-330-23P

You’ll need to use NSN 5315-01-543-8980 instead.
        
Jot down the correct NSN until the TM is updated.
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