ASAP Semiconductor is known to be the leading supplier of both current and obsolete parts and equipment. Through our proprietary website, ASAP-Aerospace, consumers are able to locate our entire range of parts using the part numbers as well as the National Stock Number (NSN). An NSN is a 13-digit numerical value that identifies the “standardized material items of supply” as they are recognized by all countries participating in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The first 4 digits of each NSN refer to the Federal Supply Groups Code (FSGC), followed by a 9-digit National Item Identification Number (NIIN). The first 2 digits of the NSN refer to the Federal Supply Group (FSG) and the following 2 digits in the FSGC refer to the more specific Federal Supply Code (FSC). Both the FSCG and NIIN of parts are provided on our website. These classification codes associated to each individual part are regulated by the Defense Logistics Agency. Federal Supply Group 25 includes all components relating to vehicular equipment.
FSC 2510 includes all structural components relating to the cab of the vehicle as well as the body and frame.
These are components that are part of the power transmission units
Includes all components relating to vehicle steering, wheels, axles, and brakes
FSC 2540 includes vehicle interior accessories and related furniture.
Relates to anything else going onto a vehicle, from bolts and nuts to windshield wipers
Common manufacturers of FSG 25, vehicular equipment components, are General Motors, Navistar Intl, Daimler Chrysler, Tyco, AM General, Ford Motor Co., and US Army Tank Automotive. ASAP-Aerospace provides full product and technical support for these manufacturers.