THEORY OF OPERATION - CONTINUED
BODY, CAB, HOOD AND ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE (ROPS)
Body. Constructed of heavy-duty steel. Consists of tractor (leading portion) and scraper (trailing portion). On the body
are front and rear fenders, protective panels and a cab.
ROPS Cab. Includes both the Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) and the operator compartment. The ROPS protects
the operator in the event of a tip-over by supporting the weight of the machine. The operator compartment contains all
controls and components necessary for operation of the machine. Doors, windows and panels are mounted on the ROPS
cab to provide for all-weather operation.
Hood. Constructed of heavy-duty steel. It protects the engine compartment from debris.
Mirrors. One rearview mirror mounted in operator compartment. Two side-view mirrors mounted outside of operator
compartment, one on each side of hood.
Heater. Mounted on roof of ROPS. Heat supplied by engine coolant. Electric fans circulate air.
Seat. Bucket-type hydraulic suspension seat. Adjustable for height, forward/backward location and firmness of side.
Automatically adjusts for operator weight.
Wiper. One electric wiper mounted on front windshield.
Horn. Air-operated. Mounted on front exterior of ROPS.
Defroster Fan. One electric fan mounted inside operator compartment at rear of cab.