GENERAL WARNINGS CONTINUED
Never leave the loader unattended while the engine is running. When parking the loader,
be sure bucket is lowered completely to prevent damage or injury possibilities. Do not
allow the hydraulic system to support the booms when leaving the loader unattended.
Carry bucket low for maximum visibility.
Lower bucket before making hydraulic adjustments. To prevent personal injury, be sure no
personnel are standing in the way of the bucket when it is being lowered.
Never work beneath bucket without proper blocking.
Always sit in the operator's seat before operating any controls.
Never wear a seat belt across the abdomen.
Federal regulations prohibit repair to ROPS after damage occurs. DO NOT attempt to
repair a protective structure for further service after an accident. Repaired structures do
not provide the original strength and protection. Contact Sustainment Maintenance for
information on ROPS replacement.
SAFETY BAR AND PINS
DO NOT SERVICE OR TRANSPORT THE LOADER UNLESS THE SAFETY BAR AND
PINS ARE IN PLACE. Failure to follow this warning may result in injury or death to
The safety bar (Figure 1, Item 2), pins (Figure 1, Item 1), and cotter pin (Figure 1, Item 3)
are shown in stowed position.
Figure 1. Safety Bars and Pins in Stowed Position.