Machine Operating Temperature Range
The standard machine configuration is intended for use within an ambient temperature range of
Only operate the machine while you are sitting in a seat. The seat belt must be fastened while you operate the machine. Only operate the controls while the engine is running.
While you operate the machine slowly in an open area, check for proper operation of all controls and all protective devices.
Before you move the machine, make sure that no one will be endangered.
Do not allow riders on the machine unless the machine has an additional seat with a seat belt.
Note any needed repairs during machine operation. Report any needed repairs.
Carry work tools at approximately
Do not go close to the edge of a cliff, an excavation, or an overhang.
Avoid operating the machine across the slope. When possible, operate the machine up the slopes and down the slopes. If the machine begins to sideslip on a downgrade, immediately remove the load and turn the machine downhill.
Avoid any conditions that can lead to tipping the machine. The machine can tip when you work on hills, on banks and on slopes. Also, the machine can tip when you cross ditches, ridges or other unexpected obstructions.
Maintain control of the machine. Do not overload the machine beyond the machine capacity.
Make sure that the hitches and the towing devices are adequate. Only connect trailing equipment to a drawbar or to a hitch.
Never straddle a wire cable. Never allow other personnel to straddle a wire cable.
Before you maneuver the machine, make sure that no personnel are between the machine and the trailing equipment. Block up the hitch of the trailing equipment in order to align the hitch with the drawbar. Maneuver the machine. Connect the machine to the trailing equipment.
Know the maximum dimensions of your machine.