The M741A1 Self-Propelled Carrier, and M901A1 Combat Vehicle have their own Lubrication Order and
Manual; LO 9-2350-300-13, TM 9-2350-300-10 (M741A1), LO 9-2350-259-12, and
TM 9-2350-259-10 (M901A1). The M113A2, M577A2, M125A2, M106A2, M1059, M1068, and M1064
have a common Lubrication Order,
LO 9-2350-261-12, and a common Operators Manual,
The 81-mm, 4.7 inch (120-mm), and 4.2 inch (107-mm) mortars have their own unit maintenance manuals;
TM 9-1015-200-20&P, TM 9-1015-215-20&P, and TM 9-1015-250-23&P. However, their turntables and
mounts are common and are covered in TM 9-1015-232-23&P.
Data for the M113A2 Personnel Carrier which is common to the M901A1 Anti-Tank Improved TOW Vehicle
is contained in this manual. Data peculiar to the M901A1 is contained in TM 9-2350-259-20.
The terms left and right as used in this manual are defined as standing at the rear ramp and looking toward
the front of the carrier.
M A I N T E N A N C E F O R M S , R E C O R D S , A N D R E P O R T S
Department of the Army forms and procedures used for equipment maintenance will be those prescribed by
DA Pamphlet 738-750, The Army Maintenance Management Systems (TAMMS). Forms needed by units
maintaining this material are listed in Appendix A.
D E S T R U C T I O N O F A R M Y M A T E R I E L T O P R E V E N T E N E M Y U SE
See the following technical manuals for information on destruction of army materiel:
Procedures for Destruction of Electronics Materiel to Prevent Enemy
Procedures for Destruction of Conventional ammunition and Improved
Conventional Munitions to Prevent Enemy Use.
Procedures for Destruction of Tank Automotive Equipment to Prevent
Procedures for Destruction of Equipment in Federal Supply Classifica-
tions 1000, 1005, 1010, 1520, 2530, 5590, 5595 to Prevent Enemy
P R E P A R A T I O N F O R S T O R A G E O R S H I P M E N T
See MIL-C-45360F(AT) for information about administrative storage or shipment of the M113A2 Family of
Vehicles (FOV) and their components. See the -10 for information about transportability of carriers.