UNLOADING TRANSPORTING WARNING: • Always turn the auto-idle switch OFF. Failure to do so may cause the engine speed to suddenly change. • Always travel the machine slowly. Press the travel mode switch (1) toward the TURTLE side. • Steering on a ramp may create a danger of tipping over. Never attempt to change travel direction on a ramp, possibly causing the machine to become unstable. • The top end of the ramp where it meets the flatbed is a sudden bump. Slowly drive over it. • Use extra care when rotating the upperstructure on the flatbed to prevent possible injury from machine tipping over. Slowly rotate the upperstructure with the arm fully rolled in under the boom to maintain the machine in good stability. IMPORTANT: During loading operation, maintain the angle between the boom and the arm at 90 to 110°. If the machine is unloaded with the arm fully rolled in, damage to the base machine may result. 1. Before moving the machine from the flatbed rear end to the ramp, position the front attachment so that the angle between the boom and the arm becomes into the range of 90 to 110°. While allowing the bucket to be contacted on the ground, slowly move the machine. IMPORTANT: When moving the machine over the end of the flatbed onto the ramp, take care not to allow the bucket to come in contact with the ground. Damage to the hydraulic cylinders may result. 2. Do not lift the bucket off the ground until the machine is completely moved onto the ramp. 3. Slowly move the machine forward while raising the boom and arm gradually until the machine is completely off the ramp. 6-4 1 90~110° M1M0-06-001 M197-06-003 M197-06-004
LIFTING MACHINE WITH CRANE TRANSPORTING WARNING: • Do not lift the machine with anyone riding on the machine. • Use wire ropes and shackles strong enough to support the weight of the machine. • Be sure to set the blade position with the engine running. Failure to do so may cause the blade to be moved from the set-position when lifted with a crane. 1. Swing the upperstructure so the blade is positioned at the rear of the counterweight. 2. Fully retract the blade cylinder. 3. Fully extend the boom, arm and bucket cylinders, as illustrated to the right. Pull the pilot control shut-off lever to LOCK position. 4. Position the boom straight ahead of the upperstructure. Apply the boom swing pedal lock. 5. Attach shackles to the boom and blade hooks. Securely thread wire ropes through the shackles. 6. Slowly lift the machine so that shock loads will not be applied to the machine. Take sufficient care not to loose the balance of the machine. 6-5 1300 mm (4 ft 3 in) 3900 mm (12 ft 10 in) M1M0-06-002
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