5-4. Detailed Parts List.
The text part of the Detailed Parts Lists is arranged in columns as follows:
a. Figure and Index Number. The number in the left position in the first column of each text page is
the figure number. The number in the right position is the index number which keys the part number to
he illustration when the part is illustrated. When a breakdown consists of both left- and right-hand
assemblies, only left-hand parts are illustrated.
b. Part Number. This column contains the identifying number assigned to each part. If an item
does not have a part number, NO NUMBER will appear in this column. A complete description of the
item will be included in the description column. Requisition parts thru TM 55-4920-429-23P.
c. Description. This column lists a description of each part by Government standard, vendor, or
manufacturers drawing title. Included in this column, when required, are the following:
(1) A five-digit vendor code, preceded by the capital letter V. Vendor codes used in the Detailed
Parts List are as follows:
Vendor Code Index
VENDOR NAME AND ADDRESS
Minneapolis, MN 55048
2600 Ridgway Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(2) Abbreviations are used to describe parts. Abbreviations used in the Detailed Parts List areas
ADVANCED FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
(3) Oversize and undersize parts such as studs and bushings are listed immediately following the
standard size part. The degree of fit is also stated.
(4) When an assembly is broken down in another figure, a reference to that figure is provided.
(5) When the next higher assembly appears in another figure, a reference to that figure is pro-