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Looking for pcs of the TOW Mutt

August 18 2017 at 1:55 PM
Dave Lueck  (Login lucasner463)
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I think I have found every online photo and walkaround of the TOW Mutt, but I cannot find a clear photo of the radios and how the TOW MGS is mounted. I can't tell how accurate the old Tamiya kit is.

Any pics or links would be great!


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Patrick Keenan
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We have a few at Warwheels

August 19 2017, 2:54 PM 

Linked in our M151A2 page here:http://www.warwheels.net/M151A2muttINDEX.html

Patrick Keenan
Editor - WarWheels.Net

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Dan Rosecrans
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Maybe this will help.......

August 20 2017, 7:04 AM 

this is all I had.......Dan








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Edward Geer
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looking for pcs pf the TOW Mutt

August 27 2017, 2:36 AM 

I served on the TOW Mutt for 3 years.I'll see if I can find some photos showing the items you are asking about. However, I can still provide some of the information you are asking about.

1. The standard issued radio for the TOW Mutt was the AN/GRC-160.

2. The MGS was mounted with the battery facing towards the front of the Mutt. There were 2 cloth straps on the Left and right side of the MGS.

While I searching to find some photos for you. It's been nearly 40 years since I took them. Here's a link that should help you out.

If you have more questions feel free to ask me here or via email. If you send an email include Tow Jeep and Missing-Lynx in the subject line.

a good basic link is:http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/accp/in0546/lsn1.htm#fig1-2

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