Lower the bowl onto blocks when changing cutting edges
or router bits.
Use a self attaching air chuck and stand behind the tread
when inflating tires.
There are certain hazards which must be recognized as potential causes of personal injury. Be aware of these hazards
and follow the recommendations which are listed below. The recommendations are grouped to avoid:
Crushing or Cutting
Never attempt adjustments while the machine is moving or the engine is running.
Any implement can fall if a control is moved, or a line breaks.
To avoid possible weakening of the ROPS (Rollover Protective Structure), do not alter the ROPS in any way. The
protection offered by the ROPS will be impaired if it has been subjected to structural damage, or has been involved in an
Support equipment when working beneath it. Do not depend on hydraulic cylinders to hold it up.
The fan blades will throw or cut any object, or tool, that comes in contact with them.
Drive shafts and universal joints can catch loose clothing, wipe cloths, or hair.
Wear gloves when handling cable. Do not use kinked or frayed cable, it is weakened.
Wear protective glasses when hammering on steel, drifts, punches or chisels. Chips can fly from steel objects or the
The radiator and all lines to the engine contain hot water or steam. Remove the radiator cap slowly to avoid burns. Allow
cooling system components to cool before draining the coolant.
Lubricants will be hot enough to cause serious burns after the machine compartments are up to normal operating
temperature. Allow the compartments to cool before draining the lubricants.
The hydraulic system will be pressurized, by hot air in the top of the tank. Remove the hydraulic tank cap slowly to relieve
tank pressure. Allow the tank to cool before draining it.