UNPACKAGING AND INSTALLATION Continued
Remove the two side housings, inspect the interiors for loose, damaged components.
Inspect the plumbing installation for damaged tube assemblies, fittings and hose assemblies. Check
that all fittings are securely connected and hoses are not deteriorated.
Inspect the electrical wiring for broken wires, frayed insulation and/or loose connections.
Inspect the hydraulic fluid reservoir for evidence of damage during shipment.
Inspect fuel tank for evidence of damage during shipment.
Check tires for proper inflated pressure, 35 pounds.
Check the towbar and steering assemblies for damage. Check that the tie rods are not bent and the
steering apparatus moves freely.
Check the hand brake, by setting the hand brake and testing the rear wheels for braking action.
Do not get electrolyte on personnel or equipment. Personnel may
be badly burned and equipment may be damaged.
Wear rubber gloves and goggles while working with electrolyte to
avoid serious injury from battery acid.
Do not let battery retainer touch battery posts. They could short,
making batteries explode, causing serious injury to personnel.
Do not let tools touch battery and test stand. This will cause a direct
short and arcing tool will heat to red hot, and battery may explode.
This can cause serious injury to personnel and damage to