MAINTENANCE OF M939 SERIES VEHICLES - OD1661 - LESSON 1/TASK 1
(1) Differences. The only difference between the M929 dump truck
and the M930 dump truck is that the M929 does not have a front winch
and the M930 does.
This difference affects the following:
length, vehicle weight, shipping dimensions turning radius, approach
angle, and special winch-assisted operations.
This difference does
not affect the purpose or performance of the vehicle.
to transport various materials.
These vehicles operate with load
limits up to 20,000 pounds on the highway and 10,000 pounds cross-
Fully loaded, these vehicles can tow trailers with
additional loads up to 30,000 pounds on the highway and 15,000 pounds
Each vehicle has a welded-steel dump body.
forward end of the solid dump body extends up and over the vehicle
cab to protect it from damage during loading. Both use a troop seat
hit for troop transport operations.
The M930 is equipped with a
This feature makes it more versatile under difficult
Under maximum loads, M929 and M930 dump trucks
climb road grades as steep as 17.
Without trailer loads, they can
handle grades up to 30.
Maximum speed is 54 miles per hour.
vehicle can ford hard-bottom water crossings up to 30 inches without
a deepwater fording kit and 78 inches with the kit. Both trucks are
equipped with dual fuel tanks.
This extends the cruising range of
the vehicles to 400 miles with loads and 480 miles empty.
turning radius of the M929 truck is 35 feet 6 inches.
radius of the M930 truck is 36 feet 6 inches.
The vehicle has no
M931 WO/W and M932
W/W (figure 5
The only difference between the M931 tractor
truck and the M932 tractor truck is that the M931 does not have a
front winch and the M932 does.
This difference affects the
vehicle length, vehicle weight, shipping dimensions,
This difference does not affect the basic purpose,
performance, or special limitations of the vehicle.