D4 and D6K Track-Type Tractor Restricted Visibility Caterpillar


Restricted Visibility
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The size and the configuration of this machine may result in areas that cannot be seen when the operator is seated. For restricted visibility areas, an appropriate job site organization must be utilized to minimize hazards of this restricted visibility. See Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Visibility Information" for more information regarding job site organization.

This machine may be equipped with optional visual aids that may provide visibility to some of the restricted visibility areas. Refer to this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Mirror" for more information on additional visibility. If your machine is equipped with cameras, refer to this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Camera" for more information on additional visibility.

Illustrations 1 and 2provide an approximate visual indication of the areas at ground level inside a radius of 12 m (40 ft) from the operator of significant restricted visibility for various machine configurations. Refer to the correct illustration for your machine configuration. These illustrations do not indicate areas of restricted visibility for distances outside of the radius shown. The areas of restricted visibility shown in the illustrations are with the track and work tool of the machine in the travel position.



Illustration 1g01948001
Standard machines (XL or LGP)

Illustration 1 indicates restricted visibility areas at ground level inside the shown radius from the operator without the use of optional visual aids. Illustration 1 corresponds to a machine not equipped with additional Operator Protective Structure (rear protective structure or forestry package).



Illustration 2g06014569
Forestry package (if equipped)

Illustration 2 indicates restricted visibility areas at ground level inside the shown radius from the operator without the use of optional visual aids. Illustration 2 corresponds to a machine with a Forestry package. This configuration results in the largest visibility restriction.

Note: The shaded areas indicate the approximate location of areas with significant restricted visibility.

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