2-17. OPERATING PROCEDURES (CONT)
d. Operating the Loader (Cont).
(5) Truck Loading.
(a) Use LIFT ARM control lever in
RAISE to raise bucket. Move
loader toward side of truck.
(b) Use brake treadle valve to slow loader and declutch
treadle valve to stop loader.
(c) As you move load toward truck, use bucket height
control to automatically position bucket at desired
(d) Dump load into truck by using BUCKET control lever in
(e) Use return-to-dig to position bucket for next cycle. Do this by using
LIFT ARM control lever in FLOAT and BUCKET control lever in CROWD.
Bucket will automatically rollback and lower to ground.
(f) After bucket is on ground, return LIFT ARM control lever to NEUT.
2-18. PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT
The loader may be moved under its own power without any special pre-
paration or may be transported on a suitable truck and flatbed trailer. If trans-
ported on a flatbed trailer:
(1) Place blocks at front and rear
of each trailer wheel.
Be sure ramp is securely
fastened to flat bed trailer
to prevent personnel injury
and damage to equipment.
(2) Place ramps between flat bed
trailer and ground.
Before moving loader up ramps, remove all ice, oil or grease from ramp
to prevent loader from falling and causing death or serious injury and
extensive damage to loader. Tell personnel to move away from loader.
Ramps shall not provide a grade of more than 40 percent.