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CABLE AS 2278047 - Caterpillar

2278047 CABLE AS Caterpillar parts CABLE
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Machine Shipping
Investigate the travel route for overpass clearances. Make sure there will be adequate clearance for the machine being transported.To prevent the machine from slipping while loading, or shifting in transit, remove ice, snow or other slippery material from the loading dock and the truck bed before loading.
Obey all state and local laws governing the weight, width and length of a load.Remove the starting aid (ether) cylinder, if equipped.Make sure the cooling system has proper antifreeze if moving machine to a colder climate.Observe all regulations governing wide loads.
1. Block the trailer or rail car wheels before loading (trailer shown).2. After the machine is in position, connect the steering frame lock link to hold the front and rear frames rigid.3. Lower the blade to the floor of the transport vehicle. Move the transmission control lever to NEUTRAL.4. Engage the parking brake.5. Pull the accelerator pedal back past the detent to stop the engine.6. Turn the start switch key to OFF and remove the key.7. Turn the disconnect switch key to OFF and remove the key.8. Lock the door, access covers and attach any vandalism protection.9. Secure the machine with tie-downs when transporting on a rail car or a tractor-trailer.10. Cover the exhaust opening. Turbocharger (if equipped) damage can result if turbocharger rotates without the engine operating.Machine Roading
Before roading a machine, consult your tire dealer for recommended tire pressures and speed limitations."TON km/h" (TON MPH) limitations must be observed. Consult your tire dealer for the speed limit of the tires involved.When traveling long distances, stop every 40 km (25 miles) or 1 hour for 30 minutes to allow the tires and components to cool.Inflate the tires to the correct pressure.Use a self-attaching inflation chuck and stand behind the tire tread while inflating the tire. See Tire Inflation Information.Perform a Walk-Around Inspection and measure the fluid levels in the various compartments.Check with the proper officials to obtain the required permits, etc.Travel at a moderate speed. Observe all speed limitations when roading the machine.Machine Lifting/Tie-down Information
Improper lifting or tie-downs can allow load to shift and cause injury or damage.
1. Weight and instructions given herein apply to units manufactured by Caterpillar Inc.834B Weight 45 150 kg (99,330 lb)836 Weight 45 500 kg (100,100 lb)2. Use proper rated cables and slings for lifting. Position crane for level machine lift.3. Spreader bar widths should be sufficient to prevent contact with machine.4. Use the two rear and two front holes provided for tie-downs.Install tie-downs at several locations, and block wheels front and rear.Check appropriate laws governing weight, width and length of load.Contact your Caterpillar dealer for shipping instructions for your machine.

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