463l Cargo System Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0 241 319 505 Spark Plug
000185500
0 241 319 512 Spark Plug
000185500
0-00BR Pipe Elbow
002469215
0-330-001-016 Electrical Solenoid
012902320
000 150 05 72 Electrical Engine Star Parts Kit
012014143
000-00010 Intake Air Cleane Filter Element
009371926
000-00750-734 Nonmetallic Hose
004937373
000-126-1031 Centrifugal Pump
008442317
000-156-13521-02 Matched Set V Belts
000341845
000-161-1503 Preformed Hose
006283914
000-25-2433-301 Diode Semiconductor Device
012542187
000-309-1622 Ignition Lock Switch
008059953
000-333-1015 Distributor Cap
003586622
000-390-1011 Electromagnetic Relay
009600510
000-605-1024 Hydraulic Brak Cylinder Assembly
002179490
000-615-1195 Fluid Pressur Multiple Connector
002785812
000117-1064 Spark Plug
002317256
000152-1014 Spark Plug
009041297
000152-1020 Spark Plug
000185500
000313-2396 Electrical Starter Engine Drive
010994801
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Cargo System, 463l

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The HCU-6/E or 463L Master Pallet is a standardized pallet used for transporting military air cargo. It is the main air-cargo pallet of the United States Air Force, designed to be loaded and offloaded on today's military airlifters as well as many civilian Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) cargo aircraft.

The "SS-463L" project was developed by a U.S. Air Force committee in 1957 and awarded to the Douglas Aircraft Company in 1959. The "SS-463L Pallet Cargo Handling System" specifications for aircraft (aka "463L") included a "Master Pallet" design to meet a component of the material handling specifications of this system. The "Master Pallet" was contracted to the AAR Cadillac Manufacturing Corporation, at one time AAR Cadillac Corp, and now AAR Corporation.

In the 1950s, the U.S. Air Force used a standard designation system for all awarded projects. The "SS" represents (Support System), the "463" represents an assigned general system category, 400–499 series for "Support Systems", and the suffix "L" also represents "Support Systems". Thus, "463L" is the name of the system.

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