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CABLE AS 2278045 - Caterpillar



2278045 CABLE AS Caterpillar parts CABLE
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CA2278045
227-8045
2278045
Caterpillar 2278045 CABLE AS

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Straight Dozing
Heavy Dozing: Tip the blade back so the skid shoe is flat on the ground.A channel will be formed by losses from side of the blade. Move succeeding loads in this channel to reduce spilling. Downshift and/or raise the blade slightly if the load slows the machine.If the blade digs in and raises the rear of the machine, raise the blade to keep the cut even. Light Dozing: Keep the skid shoe flat on the ground. Slot Dozing: Doze a slot the width of the blade, deep enough to prevent material from spilling at the sides. Use for stockpiling and high production.A full blade handles easier than a partially loaded blade when finishing or leveling. Stockpiling: Standard blades as well as special design blades can be used.Ditching
Shallow "V" Ditches: Tilt the blade so the low corner will remove enough material to leave a smooth path for tires.Repeat passes to obtain the desired depth. Spread the windrow. Clean existing ditches in the same manner. Large Ditches: Establish the ditch line. Doze at right angles to center line of the ditch. Doze length of the ditch to smooth the sides and bottom, when desired depth is reached.Side Hill Cut
Tilt the blade down on the uphill side of the cut to form a level bench.Cut the bench wide enough for the machine that will follow. Make the starting cut with a series of downhill cuts, if necessary.Tree or Brush Removal
Personal injury or death can result from falling trees. Back away immediately when the tree starts to fall. Do not drive on the stump while the tree is falling.
Trees: Remove dead limbs. Cut the roots on the side opposite the direction of fall. Cut the roots on the sides parallel to the direction of fall. Ease into the tree. Push in the direction of fall with the blade high. Build an earth ramp if higher contact is needed. Small Trees or Large Brush: Make contact 12 to 16 inches (30 to 40 cm) above the ground. Move forward while lifting the blade. Small Brush: Lower the blade slightly into the ground and move forward. Lift the blade when the brush is out to loosen the earth from the roots.Landfill Compacting - (Typical Example)
Personal injury or death can result from fires. Inspect the machine periodically for accumulation of debris and paper. Remove the accumulation to prevent engine overheating and fires.
Raise the blade approximately 50 cm (18 inches) above ground level. This prevents material from being forced under the machine.Work on a 3:1 slope for best compaction. If at all possible, the compactor should work uphill.Compact large bulky items such as water heaters, refrigerators stoves, etc., before dozing them into place.Straddle previous tracks, made by the compactor, to achieve complete coverage of the fill area, when returning from the end of the fill.When compacting, operate the machine in second gear. In soft underfoot conditions, operate the machine in first gear.Place bed springs and other wire on the bottom of the slope without compacting.


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