2-18. PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT (CONT)
b. Towing the Loader (Cont).
(4) At rear of loader, remove clip from drawbar pin and
remove drawbar pin.
(5) Position rigid drawbar in location shown and
secure using drawbar pin and clip.
Remove front and rear drive shafts (notify
(7) Attach a second unit, such as a dozer, to
rear of loader as close as possible.
If front or rear axle failure is suspect-
ed, notify organizational maintenance to
remove axle shafts before moving loader.
(8) Tow disabled loader at a maximum speed of
five miles per hour.
c. Preparation for Air Transport. The loader can be air transported in C-130,
C-141, and C5A aircraft with cab removed to reduce loader height to 106.5 inches.
All removed parts shall be palletized for air transport with the loader. Preparation
is an organizational maintenance task.
2-19. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSON DECALS AND IDENTIFICATION PLATES
Following illustrations show location of decals and identification plates containing
operating or servicing instructions and warnings and their contents.