2H9339 TRACK G.-20 Caterpillar parts TRACK
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Weight: 22 pounds 10 kg.
Obey all state and local laws governing the weight, width and length of a load.Make sure the cooling system has proper antifreeze if moving machine to a colder climate.Observe all regulations governing wide loads.
Do not use a fork lift to lift the machine. Using a fork lift to move your machine can result in property damage.Choose the flattest ground when you load the machine or when you unload the machine.
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Before you load the machine, chock the trailer wheels or the rail car wheels. Before you unload the machine, chock the trailer wheels or the rail car wheels.
When you use loading ramps, make sure that the loading ramps have adequate length, adequate width, and adequate strength. In addition, make sure that the surface of the loading ramps is clean. This will help prevent the machine from sliding in all types of weather conditions. This will allow the machine to move on the ramps smoothly.
Maintain the slope of the loading ramps within 15 degrees of the ground.
Minimize any step between the base of the loading ramps and the ground.
Clean the tracks or tires on the machine to prevent any slippage.Loading the Machine
Position the machine so that the heaviest end of the machine is going up the ramps first.
Use caution when you travel over the areas around the loading ramp joints. Maintain the balance point of the machine. Keep the work tool low.
After you load the machine onto the trailer be sure that the machine is properly positioned on the trailer bed.
Lower the work tool to the floor of the transport vehicle.
Turn the engine start switch key to the OFF position to stop the engine.
Turn the engine start switch key to the ON position. Push the parking brake switch.
Move all joystick controls while you are pressing several times on each side of the auxiliary hydraulic control (if equipped) to relieve hydraulic pressure.
Move all hydraulic controls to the NEUTRAL position.
Turn the engine start switch key to the OFF position. Remove the engine start switch key.
Move the armrests to the RAISED position. Unfasten the seat belt.
Attach any vandalism protection.
Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Lifting and Tying Down the Machine"
for information on tying down the machine.
Cover the exhaust opening when the machine has cooled down.Unloading the Machine
Position the machine so that the machine can drive straight down the loading ramps. Position the machine so that the heaviest end of the machine goes down the ramps last.
Use caution when you travel over the areas around the loading ramp joints to maintain the balance point of the machine. Keep the work tool low.