M1-Series Tanks

November 1999
PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Nov99, Issue 564, p12
Features preventive maintenance tips on the problems in the parts of M1-series tanks of the United States Army. Damages in skid shoes; Problems with travel locks; Damages in moldboards and extensions.


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