928G Wheel Loader Shipping the Machine Caterpillar


Shipping the Machine
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Investigate the travel route for overpass clearances. Make sure that there will be adequate clearance if the machine that is transported is equipped with a ROPS, with a cab, or with a canopy.

Before loading, remove ice, snow, or other slippery material from the loading dock and from the truck bed. This is done in order to prevent slippage of the machine. This should also be done in order to prevent a shift while the machine is moving in transit.


NOTICE

Obey all state and local laws governing the weight, width and length of a load.

Make sure the cooling system has proper antifreeze if moving machine to a colder climate.

Observe all regulations governing wide loads.





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  1. Chock the trailer or rail car wheels before you load the machine. (The trailer is shown.)

  1. After the machine is positioned, connect the steering frame lock link in order to hold the front frame and the rear frame in place.

  1. Lower the attachment to the floor of the transport vehicle. Move the transmission control lever to NEUTRAL.

  1. Engage the parking brake.

  1. Turn the engine start switch key to OFF in order to stop the engine. Remove the engine start switch key.

  1. Move all of the hydraulic control levers in order to relieve any trapped pressure.



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  1. Move the control for the hydraulic lever lock to the LOCKED position.

  1. Turn the battery disconnect switch key to OFF and remove the battery disconnect switch key.

  1. Lock the door and the access covers and attach any vandalism protection.

  1. Secure the machine with tie-downs when you are transporting the machine on a rail car or on the tractor-trailer.

  1. Cover the exhaust opening. The turbocharger should not rotate when the engine is not operating. Damage to the turbocharger can result.

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