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NEWS | July 19, 2023

Bradley FOV: Check Towing Pintle Regularly for Damage

BLUF: Make checking your Bradley’s towing pintle a part of weekly PMCS.
   Crewmen, checking your Bradley’s towing pintle is a part of regular preventive maintenance.
Be sure to check the pintle for damage at least once a week. Make sure the jaw opens and rotates properly, and that the locking pin is in place.
Also, make sure the pintle is tightened securely and that it’s not loose or wobbly.
Something not right with your vehicle’s towing pintle? Let maintenance know right away.
Check towing pintle at least weekly for signs of damage
Check towing pintle at least weekly for signs of damage
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