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5088210 SHAFT AS-INP Caterpillar parts SHAFT
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CA5088210
508-8210
5088210
Caterpillar 5088210 SHAFT AS-INP

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Adjust the operator's seat.
Fasten the seat belt.
Lower the armrests.
Start the engine and allow the machine to warm up. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Engine Starting".
Disengage the parking brake.
Raise all lowered work tools and attachments in order to negotiate any obstacles.
Smoothly move the speed and direction control for the desired direction and speed. To prevent injury, make sure that no people are working on the machine or near the machine. To prevent injury, keep the machine under control at all times.Do not allow the machine to overspeed when you go downhill. Move the joystick toward the neutral position in order to reduce the speed of the machine when you are going downhill. For additional information, refer to "Operating on a Slope".Always put the heaviest end of the machine uphill when you are working on an incline.The loader arms of the machine should be fully lowered onto the stops when you are digging with the machine. Digging with the loader arms in the fully lowered position will transfer the stress that is placed on the loader arm into the frame.
The use of this machine in certain applications can cause premature wear and/or failure of the tracks. Applications that may cause premature wear and/or failure of the tracks include: use in rocky terrain, use in gravel, use in concrete demolition and use in terrain where metal debris is present.Damage to the tracks that is caused from using the machine in these conditions is not covered under warranty.
Avoid any situation that causes the tracks of the machine to spin on the ground. Avoid spinning the tracks. This will extend the life of the track.Operating on a Slope
When it is necessary to travel across a slope, never exceed a slope that is greater than 3 to 1 (18.4°).When it is possible, avoid operating the machine across a slope. When it is possible, operate the machine up a slope and down a slope. Never exceed a slope that is greater than 25 degrees for continuous fore/aft slope operation and 35 degrees intermittent fore/aft operation. The engine has an intermittent rating of 15 minutes. Do not turn the machine while you are operating on a slope.
When it is necessary to operate the machine on a slope, keep bucket loads light in order to decrease the possibility of derailing the tracks.
If the correct method for turning is not followed, the tracks may derail.
When it is necessary to travel across a slope, the following steps should always be followed:
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Stop the machine. Turn the machine slowly while you are backing down the slope. Note: Do not back up a hill in order to turn.
Position the machine so that the front of the machine faces the direction for travel that is desired. Operating on a Transition
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Avoid operating this machine on transitions. Operating this machine on transitions may cause the tracks to derail.
When the machine is operated on a transition, the tracks may not be supported fully.When the tracks are not supported fully, the wheels


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