b. The equipment or components that make up the shop sets are
alphabetically listed in supply catalogs (CL). These catalogs are intended as
requisitioning and reference documents for use by using troops, depots, and supply
organizations. For a complete index of DA supply catalogs and supply manuals, see
DA Pam 310-4 and DA Pam 310-6.
c. SC 4910-95-CL-A01 contains the items in the basic shop set; SC 4910-95-
CL-A65 contains the items in the No 2 supplemental set that are installed in an
M109 or M220 shop van; and SC 4910-95-CL-A64 contains the items in the No 1
supplemental set that is installed in semitrailer M146 shop van along with the
basic shop set.
d. Within each supply catalog the publications necessary for installation
are listed along with equipment items. These publications are called technical
bulletins (TB). They prescribe the instructions necessary for installation into
the shop vans and, because of the minor variations existing in the construction of
equipment and vehicles of different manufacturers, they can be used only as guides
e. The TB's of interest
to the fuel and electric maintenance shop are TB 9-
4910-337-30/1, TB ORD 44-18, and
TB ORD 444-22. TB 9-4910-337-30/1 and TB ORD 444-
18 cover instructions pertaining
to the M109 or M220 shop vans. TB ORD 444-22
covers the installation into the
VAN AND TRAILER LAYOUTS
2. M109 VAN. The shop van truck M109 (fig 1 and 2) is basically equipped to
serve as a mobile shop. The body is insulated against heat and cold through double
panel construction with insulating material between panels. The windows (fig 3)
are double glazed and equipped with blackout panels. Side sash insect screens are
provided for all side window openings. These windows can be opened with blackout
panels in place to act as a sunshade or with them in the stored position to allow
maximum daylight inside. The front or rear door windows cannot be opened.
2-1/2-ton, 6x6, shop van truck M109 - right rear view.
OS 010, 9-P2