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ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND Mr. Neff/cJg/3937
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MARYLAND 21005

SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Comparison Test of Truck, Utility, i/4-
Ton, 4X4, MI5JA2, USA Reg. No. NBOO4A, Mfg. Serial No. 26801,
TECOM Project No. l-VG-120-151067, Report No. APG-M-4341

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US Army Tank-Automotive Camand
AWN: AMSTA-QST
Warren, Michigan 48090r
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1. REFERENCES:

a. Letter, TECOM, AMSTE-BB, Customer Test Directive: Inspection
Comparison Test of Trucks, Utility, i/4-Ton, 4X4, M151A2, TECOM Project
No. l-VG-120-151-058/059/060/061/062/063/064/065/066/067/068/069, 27 March
1972.
b. AMC Form 1006A, Test Program for Truck, Utility, 1/4-Ton, Con-
tract No. DAAE07-71-C-0103, 16 March 1972.

c. TACOM Procurement/Work Directive (AMC Form 1095A), for Truck,
i/4-Ton, ABTM151 Series, 3 March 1972.

d. Letter, TACOM, AMSTA-ST, AM General Corporation, Contract DAAEO7-
72-C-0103, M151A2 Comparison Test, 22 February 1973.

e. Letter AMSTA-QT, Noise Test, (Piggy Back) TECOM Project No.
I-C0-266-000-004, on the Inspection Comparison Test of the M151A2 and
M561 Trucks, 8 March 1973.
2. BACKGROUND:

One vehicle, truck, utility, l/4-ton, 4X4, M151A2, US Army Reg. No. NBO4A,
produced under contract No. DAAEO7-71-C-0103, was subjected to a 5000-mile
comparison test at this installation during the period 24 May to 2 July
1973.
The over-all configuration of the M151A2 vehicle is basically the same
as previous models; all models incorporate the product improvements pre-
viously evaluated on the M151A2 vehicle. The most significant of the

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SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Comparison Test of Truck, Utility, 1/4-
Ton, 4X4, M15JA2, USA Reg. No. NBOO4A, Mfg. Serial No. 26801,
TECOM Project No. 1-VG-120-151-067, Report No. APG-MT-341

product improvements are the 1-piece windshield, deep-dish steering wheel,
mechanical fuel pump, and trailing arm rear suspension. The vehicle is
powered by a 4-cylinder, water-cooled, gasoline engine, a 4-speed forward
transmission, and selective front wheel drive. The body is of unitized
construction. The vehicle is designed for use over all types of roads as
well as cross-country terrain, and in all weather conditions.

3. OBJE)IVTE:

The objective was to provide evidence of contractor conformance to
specified sections of MIL-T-OO45331E, 23 January 1970, and related re-
quirements as outlined in AMC form 1006A, 16 March 1972.

4. SUN4ARY OF RESULTS:

One M151A2 vehicle, USA Reg. No. NB004A, was received from the contractor's
plant, via commercial carrier, on 24 May 1973 in an acceptable condition
in accordance with applicable shipping procedures.

An initial inspection was performed on the vehicle to assure a safe operat-
ing condition. All on-equipment materiel (OEM) was inventoried, checked
for fit, and installed on the vehicle for the duration of the test. The
vehicle was received less the vehicle curtain, folding top, quarter, and
back, FSN 2540-064-6587. The shortage of this GFE item was annotated on
the receiving document (DD Form 250), and therefore is not a chargeable
shortcoming.

Initial lubrication was performed in accordance with LO 9-2320-218-12.
The engine and gear boxes were checked and all lubricant levels were sat-
isfactory. All grease fittings were lubricated.

Upon completion of initial inspection and lubrication, five test radial
tires and wheels were installed and 100 mile of break-in mileage was
accomplished. The test tires and wheels were removed and original tires
and wheels reinstalled for the conduct of noise spectra test, Ref. Letter,
AMSTA-QST, 8 March 1973,and specified performance tests.

After completion of all performance tests the test tires, and wheels were
reinstalled for remainder of test. Remaining break-in mileage (420-miles) "

was accomplished on paved road, at curb weight per instructions contained
in TM-9-2320-28-IO. This mileage is included in the total prescribed
endurance mileage.

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SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Ccmparison Test of Truck, Utility, 1/4-
Ton, 4X, M151A2, USA Reg. No. EBOOlA, Mfg. Serial No. 26801,
TECOM Project No. I-VG-120-151-O67, Report No. APG-Wf-341

The load distribution at curb, with cross-country, and highway payloads
was determined by use of portable scales at each wheel position. The
payload consisted of sand-filled canvas bags and boxes. Specified cross-
country payload was 800 pounds. Specified highway payload was 1200
pounds. Load distribution was as shown in Table I.

Table I. Load Distribution

Weight, LB
Ioad Location Curb Cross-Country Highay

Left Front Wheel 696 764 780

Right Front Wheel 630 685 696

Left Rear Wheel 572 933 1894

Right Rear Wheel 561 887 1o68

Total 2459 3269 4438
The prescribed vehicle performance tests were conducted in accordance with
specific paragraphs of MIL-T'-45331E, 23 January 1970, and related re-
quirements as outlined in the procurement/work directive. The performance
test results were as shown in Table II.

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14. Page 2). Page 1).3. Inci 1.1 Satisfactory Speed Check 4.2 Satisfactory-c Highway and Slope Operation 4.1.6 Satisfactory Grade Speeds 4.6 thru Satisfactory 3.5 both right and left (Ref.14.2.2 Satisfactory Electromaagnetic interferenced Characteristics 4. Serial No.3.14. The maximum speed obtained was 56. 26801. blurning radius wan 17.1 3.5 3.4 3.5 mph.2..1.1 Unsatisfactory8 Turning Ability 4.* Vehicle Performance Tests Test Requirement Bug Ref Para Results Engine 4.3.5 3-411 Satisfactoryb Accessories Check 4.8 Fording Operation 4.14.3.5.3. Report No.14.3. O~The 6-1/2% slope is not available at APG.3 3. 1-VG-120-151-06T.3.STEAP4f-U SUJET: Final Letter Report on Couaqrison Test of Truck.6 and Satisfactory 3.6 3. USA Beg. Mfg.7T Unsatisfactoryd sTbe vehicle failed to meet the mxlmun speed criteria of 60 mph.. TECMJ Project No.1-T 3. Incl.6 3. APG-ffl-431l Table II.1.5 3.3. and conducted electcanagnetic emissions from the test item exceeded the specified a11oviable limits of MIL-ST-461A for class inA Equipment over the frequency ranges where tests were perf ormed.14.3.5 mph and 60% slope speed was 7.5. Utility. dThe radiated. 14 . Inci 1. Page 1).1.3.T Cross-Country and Highway Operation 4.14.3. M151A2. 14X14.6 3. but met the minimumn speed criteria of 2-1/2 mph.3. 1/14- Ton. No. NBOO0eA. 1.9. 10% slope speed was 29.3.3.8 mph (Ref.5 Satisfactory Servicing and Adjustment Check 4. @ 3220 Engine RPM (Ref.

without incident. re- sulting in the loss of one shim. APG-MT-4341 Frequencies and amplitudes where the test item failed are given in Inclo- sure 1. USA Reg. Page 2). 1/4- Ton. Table III.STEAP-M]-U SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Camparison Test of Truck. 26801. ?151A2. Mfg. The upper radiator insulator assembly fractured through the front mounting screw. The lower right front suspension arm rear mounting cap screw loosened. Page 2) and the right rear outboard suspension arm bushing was worn and replacement was necessary after 3000 test miles (Ref. 4A. Report No. No. Endurance Test Mileage Mileage Course Payload a Towed Load Specified Actual Paved (Break-In) None None 500 520 Paved (Highway) 1179 1320 1000 982 Gravel 810 1070 425 435 Belgian Block and Gravelb 810 1070 375 363 Level Cross-Country 810 1070 700 700 Hilly Cross-Country 810 1070 800 800 Secondary Road "A" 810 1070 1200 1200 Total 5000 5000 aFirst cycle only. Incl 2. Utility. Incl 2. The vehicle was subjected to and satisfactorily ccmpleted the 5000-mile endurance test which included 500 miles of break-in operation on paved road at curb weight. 5 . b6Yv Gravel and 0% Belgian Block. upon com- pletion of the test miles. The remaining 4500 miles were completed in two cycles as shown in Table III. The shim was replaced and all mounting cap screws were retorqued as prescribed in T4-9-2320-218-34 (Ref. Pages 4 thru 25. l-VG-120-151-067. Page 1). The first cycle was accomplished with a towed load. IBOOiA. the insulator assembly was replaced (Ref. The vehicle was forded in 21 inches of water. Serial No. Three significant incidents were experienced during the endurance test. Incl 2. TECOM Project No.

The vehicle was restored to code "B" condition. 4X4. NBO01 A. brake. M151A2.STEAP41T-U SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Comparison Test of Truck. 5. FOR THE OMMANIER: 2 Ind H. Report No. The radial test tires and wheels were removed fron the vehicle and original tires and wheels reinstalled on the vehicle. A. 26801. Page 26. c. Vehicle endurance was satisfactory. given a technical inspec- tion. b. the upper radiator insulator assembly fractured. Quality of workmanship at the time of manufacture was satisfact- ory. TECCM Project No. Deficiencies and Shortcomings Materiel Testing Directorate 6 . A limited teardown and inspection of the engine. except the lower right front suspension arm cap screws loosened. No significant incidents were experienced as the result of final inspec- tion. l-VG-120-151-067. Utility. lubricated. suspension. and electrical systems was accanplished. Mfg. Upon completion of all testing a final inspection of the vehicle was per- formed. CONCLUSIONS: It is concluded that: a. APG-T-434J Fuel consumption data are included in Inclosure 1. power train.BE 1. TA Reg. No. Serial No. and the right rear outboard suspension arm bushing was worn. Test Data Acting Associate Director 2. painted. 1/4- Ton. The test tires and wheels are stored in the warehouse awaiting instruction fron AMSTA-RKW. Vehicle performance requirements were met with the exception of maximum speed and radio interference suppression requirements within the frequency spectrum tested. and returned to supply channels.

Alexandria. Report No. MD. Chippewa Ave. DDC. 2015 Western Ave. O'Hare International Airport. 0. TECOM. APG. Cdr. Yeakey (QA).. Mfg. MD. No. 4X4. 48090 ATTN: AMSTA-QST (2 cys) AMSTA-QKT (1 cy) AMSTA-W (1 cy) AMSTA-QE (20 cys) AMSTA-EPT (1 cy) AMSTA-QC (1 cy) AMSTA-4 (1 cy) Chief. South Bend. 22314. ATTN: Docu Svc Cntr (2 cys) Secondary distribution is controlled by the US Army 'Tank-Automotive Command. TACOM. TECO4 Project No.. Mich. Box 66475. 46623 ATTN: Mr. Utility. NB001 IA. South Bend. P. 60666. Warren. M151A2. South Bend. Ind. Serial No. ATTN: DCRI-FCM (1 cy) AM General Corp. 26801. 1-VG-120-151-067. 21005. DCASR. APG-T-43I3 Copies Furnished: Cdr.STEAP49-U SUBJECT: Final Letter Report on Comparison Test of Truck. Chicago. USA Reg. 701 W. ATTN: AMSTA-QST 7 . ATTN: AMSTE-1B (2 cys) Cdr. DCASO. Ill. Ind. VA. 1/- Ton.. Chicago. 46621 ATTN: DCRI-DIGS-C (6 cys) Dir. APG. 21005 ATTN: STEAP-TL (1) STEAP-T-U (8 cys) SMP-MT -X (1 C) Cdr.

Test Requirements Results Engine Paragraph 3. shall conform to MIL-E-0045332. lights. The vehicle shall meet all performance requirements specified herein with the engine installed. The engine Satisfactory. towed load. The vehicle Satisfactory: 17. Accessories Check Paragraph 3. sending units. gages and other instruments. including cross-country imum speed.5 feet shall demonstrate a maximum both right and left. shimmy. Speed Check Paragraph 3. Inclosure 1.1. 56. Drumming. Page 1 . including cross- country payload. relatively level.5 mph. turn signals and hazard warning lights. The M151A2 Unsatisfactory: Max- trucks. hard-surfaced roads. or tramp- ing shall not occur through- out any speed range. Satisfactory. turning radius of 18.3. The M718AI and M825 vehicles.11.5. speed of not less than 60 mph.5 feet. except that the section cover- ing preparation for delivery shall not apply.5 mph. All vehicles shall sustain a low speed of not more than 2-1/2 mph in low gear. when completing full turns to right and left. shall sustain a speed of not less than 60 mph and 50 mph. shield wipers.4. Turning Ability Paragraph 3. when operated on smooth.1. and controls shall perform their intended use. switches. wind. Horn. 23 January 1970.5. measured from the centerline of the outside front wheel. TEST DATA The M151A2 truck was tested in conformance to MIL-T-0045331E. dry.4. respectively. shall sustain a minimum speed 2. windshield washers.

Prior to Satisfactory. the M825 shall ascend and descend grades up to 50% at a speed of 2-1/2 mph when operating on smooth. shall operate on side slopes of up P Page 2 . including cross-country payload.4. when operated on smooth. The M151A2 Satisfactory. hard-surfaced roads. Servicing and adjustment shall result in vehicle demonstrating perform- anee in accordance with requirements of this specifi- cation. Engine cooling system shall be serviced with a solu- tion of ethylene glycol con- forming to type I of 0-A-548 and water. when operated on smooth. Paragraph 3. including cross- country payload. relatively level. The truck Satisfactory. including cross-country pay- load and with cross-country towed load when applicable.6. Grade Speeds Paragraph 3. dry.4. while towing highway loads. shall ascend and descend grades up to 6-1/2% at a speed of 30 mph.5. Slope Operation shall transport highway pay- loads. in equal parts by volume. dry. Without towed load. hard- surfaced roads. the contractor shall service the vehicle for opera- tional use. dry. Without towed load. shall ascend and descend grades up to 60% at a speed of 2-1/2 mph. The truck. hard- surfaced roads. when operated on smooth. dry. Test Requirements Results Servicing and Paragraph 3. hard-surfaced roads. and M718AI trucks. Satisfactory.4. the M151A2 and MTl8AI. but including cross-country payload. Highway and Paragraph 3.6.7.2. Adjustment Check delivery.

The vehi. Operation shall transport cross-country payloads.7. Satisfactory. incling cross-country pay- load. The Interference shall conform to the electro.9. Pages 4 through 25. without fording equipment or modification and with rated cross-country payload and towed load when applicable. conform to the elec- teristics requirements for trmagnetic interfer- tactical equipment. Cross-Country Paragraph 3. on unimproved roads.4. The trucks Satisfactory. on side slopes up to 30%. shall ford a hard-bottmned. relatively level crossing in fresh or salt water to a depth of at least 21 inches. Fording Operation Paragraph 3.4. trails. Electrcmagnetic Paragraph 3. The vehicle Unsatisfactory. Test results are presented in Inclosure 1.. class IIIA of MIL-STD-461A. cle. while towing cross- country loads when applicable. vehicle failed to Characteristics magnetic interference charac.8. and open terrain. class IIIA ence characteristic of MIL-STD-461. for tactical equip- ment. and the M825 truck.2. sloping right or left. 1 Page 3 . Test Requirements Results to 40.

MM'OD Spectrum Surveillance System Model FSS-250D. The Biconical Antenna BIA-25 IG alternately polarized horizontally and vertically to obtain measurements over the frequency range from 25 to 200 MHz. OBJECTIVE To measure and determine if the radiated and conducted electromagnetic interference (DII) emission levels from the Truck. Operation of the test vehicle during simultaneous operation of one or more of the electrical subsystem during the radiated and conducted DI emission subtests is established as shown in Table I. The conducted emission subtests are performed in accordance with the methods for Subtest CE03 outlined in MIL-STD-462 over the frequency range from 150 kHz to 50 MHz. 2. A list of associated ancillary equipment used in conjunction with the Spectrum Surveillance System FSS-250D is give in Inclosure I. USA Reg No. The Current Probe PCL-25 is clamped alter- nately around the positive (+) and negative (-) power cables at the vehicle battery. 4X4. Model K151A2. 1/ Ton. The radiated emission subtests are performed in accordance with the methods for Subtest REO5 outlined in NIIrSTD-h62 over the frequency range from 150 klz to 1000 MHz. 33. NBOA-26801. 3. 1 Page 4 . and its electrical accessories are within the specified allowable limits of MIL-STD-461A for Class IIIa equipment. left and right sides of the vehicle engine compartment. NB004A. EIBC1aRQAGNNUICINEFRNEVAUTO 1. The antennas are individually oriented one meter above ground level and one meter from the front. Serial No. CRITERIA Radiated and conducted DII emissions from the complete vehicle including its electrical accessories shall not exceed the specified allowable limits of MIL-STD-61A for Class IIIa equipment. Utility. Serial No. is used to collect and record the radiated and conducted 1I emission measurements.

A suamry of the radiated and conducted RU emission subtest results for the complete vehicle and individual accessories are given in Table II. Radiated and conducted B4 emission subtests of the windshield viper motor. directional signal/4-way flasher and electric horn assembly relay are made with the vehicle engine inoperative. 1 Page 5 . A list of the potential sources of M and their respective manfacturer's nomenclature is given in Inclosure I.horn relay actuated approximately 60 times per minute (60 cs) Radiated and conducted 21 emission subtests of the ignition and battery charging systems are made ith the vehicle engine operating at slow idle (TOO rpm) and fast idle (1200 rpm) ith headlights energized to provide some electrical loading. fast idle) 3 Windshield viper motor energized (high speed) 4 Directional signal/4-way flasher system energized (l-vay operation) 5 Horn assembly energized .1200 rpm. ?. RESUMfS The subject vehicle failed the radiated and conducted EMI emission subtests RE05 and CE03. slow idle) 2 Ignition and battery charging systems operating with headlights energized (engine speed . The electric horn assembly relay is actuated approximately 60 times per minute to obtain measurements of switching transients.A3L3 I Special Operating Conditions Mode Test Condition 1 Ignition and battery charging systems operating with headlights energized (engine speed .700 rpm. l4. MIL-STD-461A for Class Ila equipment. if any.

Subtest REOB5 . Susiary tabulations of the radiated EMI emission accessory failures (Subtest RE05) are shown in Table In.5 MHz because of excessively high RF ambient noise levels. with exception of the radiated emission subtests of the electric horn assembly. It was possible to masure the radiated emissions from the electric horn assembly above the RF ambients because the magnitude of these emissions exceeded the R? ambieat noise level. windshield wiper motor and directional signal/4-way flasher were within the allowable limits of the governing specification. 150 kHz to 100 MHz. However radiated EMI emissions from the electric horn assembly (switching CU/OFF) exceeded the allowable limits of the governing specification. Passed Failed Passed Failed mf5A2 Truck X X Iga & Batt Chg Sys (slow idle 700 rpm) Mode 1 X X & Ihtt Oig Sys (fast ag idle 1200 rpm) Mode 2 X X Windshield Wiper Motor Mode 3 X X Dir sig/4-way Flasher Mode 4 X X Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5* X X *Electric horn operated ON/OFF (60 times per minute) Radiated Eaissions. 1 Page 6 . Radiated XMI emissions from the ignition and battery charging systems. 0-42 db above specification limits.Frequency range. Radiated EMI emission measurements could not be made over the frequency ranges from 150 kHz to 21. TANA II Radiated and Conducted Ia 1mission Results Bad Emission (Rw5) Cond Alussion (Cuo3) Item/Accssory DesC.

1ooo Mz Freq Range Db Above Ant. (25-200 MHz) Sys/Acces. lA (PO5) . Conducted I emissions from the battery charging system at both slow and fast engine idle and from the directional signal/4-way flasher system and 1 Page 7 .65-8oo o-4o F V *Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 25-200 0-30 F H *Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 2.Right side of vehicle engine compartment V . (NHz) Spec Limit Loc/Polar • Hora Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 1.156 kiz . Graphic presentation of a typical RF ambient noise level recorded during radiated EDI emission testing is shown in Inclosure 1-9. Desc.Front of vehicle L . 2ALE II BaAted Da Biasion Accessory Failures M-sD.Frequency range. Subtest CE03 .5-750 0-26 R V Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 25-200 0-25 R H Legend: F .5-880 0-37 L V *Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 25-200 0-33 L H *Horn Assembly (Switching) Mode 5 2. 150 kHz to 50 MHz. Conducted Emissions.Ref Table I *Electric horn assembly operated ON/OFF (60 cpm) Graphic presentation of the radiated EMI emission accessory failures (Subtest RE05) is given in Appendix I.BIA-25 Biconical Antenna horizontally polarized (25-200 MHz) Mode 5 .Left side of vehicle engine compartment R .BIA-25 Biconical Antenna vertically polarized (25-200 MHz) H . Conducted Ma emissions from the ignition system and electric windshield wiper motor were withir the allowable limits of the governing specification.

15-1.Negative battery cable *Electric horn assembly operated ON/OFF (60 cpm) Graphic presentation of the conducted EMI emission accessory failures (Subtest CE03) is given in Inclosure 1.15-0.32-50 0-65 N Legend: Modes 1 thru 5 . it was quite evident by the nature of the emissions measured that they were being produced by the battery charging system.4 0-26 N Dir Sig/4-Way Flasher 0.22 0-18 P (Switching) Mode 5 0. the electric horn assembly appeared to be a commercially available off-the-shelf item. It contained no apparent RF interference suppression treatment.Ref Table I P .Positive battery cable N .15-1.4 0-33 N *Horn Assembly 0.15-1. ANALYSIS Although other accessories and/or subsystems failed the radiated and/or conducted EMI emission subtests.5 0-32 P Mode 4 0. Desc. 1 Page 8 . Summary tabulations of the conducted EMI emission accessory failures (Subtest CE03) are shown in Table IV below: TABLE IV Conducted EMI Emission Accessory Failures Freq Range Db Above Battery Sys/Acces. (MHz) Spec Limit Cable Ign & Batt Chg Sys 0.6 0-20 N Ign & Batt Chg Sys 0.4 0-26 P (fast idle) Mode 2 0. Although the vehicle ignition and battery charging systems were operating simultaneously during performance of radiated and conducted emission tests of these accessories.6 0-20 P (slow idle) Mode 1 0.22 0-17 N 0.15-1. 5.15-0.15-1.15-1.electric horn assembly exceeded the allowable limits of the governing specification.42-50 0-52 P 0.

Prestolite Model AMA-5102UT. 11613729 a. S/N 1931-3090090. 11613632. 141.Swiss Controls & Research a. Spark Plugs (4) . Electric.Shielded and suppressed Mil Std type d. 10.Prestolite Model ETU 5001UT. MS-51074-1 1 Page 9 . S/N 4F001297. US Part No. S/N NBO04A-26801 (252 miles at end of test) 1. 11660529 b.US Part No. Utility. Mfg Part No. S/N 1780- 3090157.000 rpm. 4 cylinder liquid cooled. Engine AM General Corp Model M151 series. AM General Corp. 11644874. 11613631.US Part No. 24 volt. S/N 5018019. Ord Part No.Prestolite Model IDA-4402UT. S/N 2F916919. 24 volt. 28 volt. 052629 3. Flasher Directional Signal . 4X4. 24 volt. Ignitor (combination coil-distributor) .5 ClD. Alternator . gasoline. Radiated and conducted emission results obtained during conduct of the tests herein contained are comparable with those obtained during previous tests of the M151A2 Utility Trucks. Directional Signal/4-Way Flasher System . 14S-50M-C. Windshield Wiper Motor (Electric) . FSN 2590-808- 6072 b. POTENTIAL SOURCES OF EMI TO BE EVALUATED Truck. Automotive .Sparton Corp No. 60 amp. F3. M151A2.Woven metallic hose shielding c. Ord Part No. 28 volt. Control Assembly Directional Signal . FSN 5945-789-3706 4. 1/4 Ton. High Tension Ignition Leads (4) . MIL-G-46795 2. Horn.

Amplitude ±2db 2. Ancillary equipment for conducted emissions (CE03) . Antenna. 150 kHz to 50-MHz Current Probe .RVR-25 (14 kHz to 25 MHz) b. Antenna. Antenna.PCL-25 (14 kHz to 50 MHz) 1 Page 10 . LIST OF INSTRUMENTATION AND FACILITIES 1.Calibration Due Date: 25 July 1973. Spectrum Surveillance System Model FSS-250D. LCA-25 (200 to 1000 MHz) 3. Whip . BIA-25 (20 to 200 MHz) c.150 kHz to 1000 MHz a. Accuracy: Frequency ±2%. Log Spiral . S/N 33 . Biconical . Ancillary equipment for radiated emissions (RE05) .

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electromagnetic emmissions exceed the allowable limits. The after 3000-test miles. Shortcomings Suggested Corrective Shortcoming Action Remarks 2. bushing was replaced.461. country payload and towed load was 56. to meet specified ression requirements requirements of cannot be met because MIL-STD. DEFICIENCIES AND SHORTCONINGS 1. nape 1 .5 mph or 3.3 The rear mounting The mounting shim was capscrews of the lower replaced to restore right front suspension front wheel alignment arm loosen at rear and the mounting mounting shim. 2. Deficiencies None 2. 2.2 Radio frequency The vehicle failed interference supp. capscrews torqued as prescribed in T149-2320 218-34.5 The right rear The bushing rubber outboard suspension segment had completely arm bushing is worn disintegrated. assembly fractures through the front mounting screw after 2410-test miles.4 The upper The mounting insulator radiator insulator was replaced. Inclosure 2.5 mph less than specified 2. 2.1 Maximum Road The maximum speed speed cannot be obtained with cross- met.

body of abstract and indexing annotation must be entered when the overall report to claseified) I. S. Test and Evaluation. middle initial. OTHER REPORT NO(S) (Any other n mbers that may be assigned this report) 10. S. Vehicle perfolnnce requirements vere met with the exception of radio interference suppression and maximum speed requirements. M151A2.SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 12. APG MT-43li TECCII Project No. TOTAL NO. except the lower right front suspension arm capserews Icosened. CONTRACT OR GRANT NO. Jr. OF REFS NO. DESCRIPTIVE NOTES (Type ol report and Inclusive dates) Final Letter Report. USA Reg No. 1 JAN 5. OF PAGES j 0b. AUTHOR(S) (First name. Government Agencies only. Quality of workmnship at the time of manufacture was satisfactory. Unclassified Security Classification DOCUMENT CONTROL DATA . 1 VG-120 151-067 Csb. 4. 1/4-Ton. fB004A Mfg Serial No. other requests for this document must be referred to Commnder. xk. July 1973 36 I 8. H. ORIGINATING ACTIVITY (Corporate *Uthor) Ia. GROUP 3. 10V41473~ DD I- row . 4X4. 24 May to 2 July 1973. Vehicle endurance was satisfactory. Utility. 26801. REPORT SECURITY CLASSIFICATION Materiel Testing Directorate Unclassified Aberdeen Proving Ground.R & D - (Security classificationof title. ABSTRACT A comparison test of one truck. REPORT DATE 7a.o eUnclassified Security Classification . US Army Tank-Automotive Comand. the upper radiator insulator assembly fractured.IORIGINATOR'S REPORT NUMERIS IWE07-71-C-0103 b. utility. last name) W. Maryland 21005 2b. was conducted by the Materiel Testing Directorate at Aberdeen Proving Ground from 24 May to 2 July 1973. 6. M151A2. ATTN: AM -QST II. wOVeuI 8OT&FRAMU9t KA9aRPLACE9S 00 FORM 1473. Testing vas conducted in accordance with military specification NIL-T-0045331E.REPORT TITLE Comparison Test of Truck. Sa. Neff. i/-ton. and the right rear outboard suspension arm bushing was worn. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT Distribution limited to U. SPONSORING MILITARY ACTIVITY None TAC(] 13.WHIC1 I OUSOLETE FronAMy US. PROJECT NO.

utility. 1/-ton. X4. K151A2 Quality assurance Performnce Endurance Unclassified security Classificetion . Unclassified Security Classification 4. LINK A LINK B LINK C KIEV WORDS ROLE WT ROLE Wi' ROLE WT Truck.