SHOP SET, ARTILLERY:
FIELD MAINTENANCE, SET N
(4933-754-0704) AND TOOL KIT, ARTILLERY
INSTALLATION IN ONE 2-1/2-TON 6x6
CARGO TRUCK, M35 OR M211
21 October 1970
This bulletin is current to 25 September 1970
ware extending through the floor of the truck
1. General. a. The instructions contained in this
should have outer parts covered with undercoating
bulletin are to be used as a guide for installation of
similar to that used on the underside of vehicles.
Artillery Field Maintenance Shop Set N (4933-
Care should be taken that holes drilled into the
754-0704) and No. 1 Supplemental Artillery Field
floor do not penetrate the frame or cross members
Maintenance Tool Kit (4933-754-0659) in one 2-
of the vehicle.
1/2 ton 6 x 6 Cargo Truck, M35 or M211.
f. Items not mentioned in this bulletin, that are
b. These instructions are to be followed as
components of the set may be stowed in cabinets or
prescribed in most instances. However, slight
secured in convenient places in such a manner as
variations to the installation may be made at the
to avoid damage in transit.
discretion of the Officer in charge.
c. A complete list of items contained in the shop
2. Modification of Bows and Bow Sockets. a.
set is included in SC 4933-95-CL-A12. A complete
Reverse the two side racks by placing the right side
list of items included in the tool kit is included in
rack on the left of the truck and the left side rack on
the right of the truck. The troop seats will then be
d. Personnel performing this installation should
on the outside of the truck body. This will provide
the space required to install the work tables and
care should be exercised to avoid damage to wire or
will also provide more working space for personnel.
b. In order to provide sufficient headroom for
e. Precautions should be observed when drilling
personnel working in the cargo truck, it will be
holes through the body to insure the waterproof
necessary to raise the bows and add an extension to
characteristics of the body are retained. All hard-
paulin as follows:
*This bulletin supersedes TB ORD 444-13, 9 Oct 1957.