LOADING MACHINE ON TRAILER (DRIVING)
1. Chock wheels of trailer.
3. Raise loader arms so that loader arms and work tool will clear trailer ramp (WP 0005).
The machine can slip and fall from trailer or ramp and cause injury or death. Make sure
trailer and ramp are not slippery. Remove all oil, grease, ice, etc.
When driving machine on or off trailer, go slowly and keep machine centered on trailer and
Always use a ground guide when driving machine up ramp to load on trailer.
Be alert for personnel in the area while operating machine. Always check to ensure area is
clear of personnel and obstructions before moving.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in injury or death to personnel or damage to
4. Using ground guide assistance and low speed, back machine onto trailer bed slowly.
5. Once machine is correctly positioned on trailer bed, lower loader arms (WP 0005). Rest work tool on wood
8. Move auxiliary pedal left and right to relieve residual hydraulic system pressure in lines. Return control levers
9. Notify Field Maintenance to disconnect battery cables.
10. Close and latch side windows.
Machines transported without proper safeguards may incur wind damage. Ensure all
doors and compartments are securely latched and secured against flying open. Failure to
do so may cause damage to equipment during transit.
11. Close and lock door and install padlock on rear access door.
12. Secure machine on trailer bed with wood blocks and tiedowns, using lift tiedown points shown on shipping data
plate (Figure 1 and Figure 2).