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Mh-53e Helicopter Parts 9,829 part numbers

Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0 986 450 713 Fluid Filter Element
011924622
0-80 UNF-3AX1/16 Setscrew
004625407
0.62518UNF3BT1G 405NSA/BEB Self-locking Nut Hexagon
000509372
000-8002-337 Incandescent Lamp
004910402
000-8003-875 Fixed Resistor Film
002368118
000-8004-033 Fixed Resistor Film
002893418
000000-0076.166 Electrical Connector Retainer
009324560
000071 Cotter Pin
000179252
00008-447 O-ring
005796495
0001 Transistor
000681985
0001229 O-ring
005796495
00044 Plain Encased Seal
005850582
000651-2207 Universal Joint Spider Vehicular
008452875
000685 Fixed Resistor Composition
001219923
00076-0238 Engine Accessory Generator
001643243
001-30162 Tapered Roller Bearing Cup
001000572
0014772 Cap Screw Hexagon Head
000712074
001965 Pressure Transmitter
005267864
002-003123 Self-locking Nut Clinch
008279286
002-003645-011 Self-locking Nut Hexagon
000796474
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The Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion is the largest and heaviest helicopter in the United States military. As the Sikorsky S-80 it was developed from the CH-53 Sea Stallion, mainly by adding a third engine, adding a seventh blade to the main rotor and canting the tail rotor 20 degrees. It was built by Sikorsky Aircraft for the United States Marine Corps. The less common MH-53E Sea Dragon fills the United States Navy's need for long range minesweeping or Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) missions, and perform heavy-lift duties for the Navy. Under development is the CH-53K King Stallion, which will be equipped with new engines, new composite material rotor blades, and a wider aircraft cabin.

The CH-53 was the product of the U.S. Marines' "Heavy Helicopter Experimental" (HH(X)) competition begun in 1962. Sikorsky's S-65 was selected over Boeing Vertol's modified CH-47 Chinook version. The prototype YCH-53A first flew on 14 October 1964. The first CH-53As were powered by two General Electric T64-GE-6 turboshaft engines with 2,850 shp (2,125 kW) and had a maximum gross weight of 46,000 lb (20,865 kg) including 20,000 lb (9,072 kg) in payload.