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2333354 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE Caterpillar parts C-15 ENGINE
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CA2333354
233-3354
2333354
Caterpillar 2333354 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE

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Improper lifting or tiedowns can allow load to shift and can cause injury and damage.
Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Specifications" for specific weight information.Use proper rated cables and slings for lifting. The crane should be positioned so that the machine is lifted parallel to the ground.Positioning the Machine for Lifting
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Raise the blade (1) .
Position the boom in a straight ahead position.
Extend the boom cylinder, stick cylinder, and work tool cylinder (2) to the end of the stroke.
Swing the upper structure so that the blade (1) is to the rear of the machine.
Stop the engine. Raise the console for the hydraulic lockout control and dismount the machine. Lock the door and covers.Lifting the Machine
Note: If you are lifting the 301.8, Ensure that the undercarriage is fully expanded before you lift the machine.
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Attach shackles to the lifting eyes in the ends of the blade and fasten slings to the shackles.
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Attach a shackle to the lifting eye in the middle bracket of the boom. Fasten a sling to the shackle.
If the machine is equipped with a cab, put a protective cloth between the cab and the cables.
Raise the machine slowly in order to make sure that the machine stays in a horizontal position.First Alternative Lifting Procedure
If the machine cannot be positioned in the lifting position, lift the machine from the boom and two lifting points on the top of the cab or canopy. Install lifting eyes in the two rear lifting points on top of the cab or canopy. Use the lifting point on the boom and the lift eyes on the cab in order to lift the machine. Raise the machine slowly in order to ensure that the machine remains in a horizontal position. If the machine does not remain in the horizontal position, lower the machine to the ground. Adjust the length of the lifting sling or cable. Slowly lift the machine.Second Alternative Lifting Procedure
If the machine cannot be lifted by the first two methods, lift the machine from the four lifting points on the top of the cab or canopy. Install lifting eyes in the four lifting points on the top of the cab or canopy. Raise the machine slowly in order to ensure that the machine remains in a horizontal position. If the machine does not remain in a horizontal position, lower the machine to the ground. Adjust the length of the lifting sling or cable. Slowly lift the machine.Tying Down the Machine
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Lower the blade to the trailer.
Extend the bucket and stick cylinders to the end of the stroke.
Lower the boom slowly in order to rest the bucket control linkage on a block of wood.
Stop the engine.
Turn the engine start switch key to the ON position.
Move all of the hydraulic control levers several times in order to relieve any trapped pressure.
Turn the engine start switch key to the OFF position. Remove the key.
Move the console for the hydraulic lockout control to the RAISED position.
Lock the door and the access covers.
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