EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA - CONTINUED
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS - CONTINUED
Allows operator to open and close clam.
Provide handholds for personnel climbing on machine.
Interior Rearview Mirrors
Provide operator with a view to rear and side of machine. Located on
both sides of machine, inside cab.
Air conditioned/heated enclosure contains operator's seat and all
driving and hydraulic controls.
Illuminate work area to rear of machine. Mounted to roof bracket on
both sides of machine.
Directs exhaust away from machine. Must be removed for transport by
C-130 and C-141 aircraft, highway, and GIC rail.
Engine Air Precleaner
Provides convenient means to remove debris filtered from incoming air
Sounds when transmission is in reverse. Alerts personnel behind
machine that machine is backing up. Mounted inside, above fan
Opens to provide access to cooling fan. Side engine enclosure access
doors must be opened before fan housing can be opened.
Two counterweights at rear of machine weigh a total of 550 lb (250 kg).
Rear counterweights must be removed and relocated onto the MP
bucket in preparation for transport by C-130 and C-141 aircraft. Two
side counterweights weigh 518 lb (235 kg) each.
Provide attachment points for medium-duty towbar.
Used to tie machine down when being transported. There is one tiedown
point on each side of front frame section. There are two tiedown points
Preparation for Transport Introduction, for an illustration of all
NATO Slave Receptacle
Provides connection point for NATO slave cable to slave start machine.