INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL
Inspecting and Servicing the Equipment
a. General. The operators of the carrier and crane may
(3) Make a complete visual inspection
of the crane and carrier to see that the required
assist in unloading the equipment. The operators will help
publications, tools, accessories, attachments,
in the removal of the tie-down cables, strapping, and
and repair parts are with the crane and carrier.
blocking which secures the equipment. The operator will
drive the carrier down the ramp when hoisting equipment
(4) Inspect the entire crane and carrier
is not available.
for missing parts or damage which may have
Inspecting the Equipment.
occurred during loading, shipment, or unloading.
Inspect the crane and carrier engines, tires,
revolving frame machinery, glass panels, and
terials used to protect the crane and carrier during
instruments for damage.
(2) Remove protective wrappings from the
(5) Inspect all separately packed
operator's seats, headlights taillights, floodlights, and the
equipment for damage.
faces of instruments.
(6) Report all damage and all missing
parts to organizational maintenance.
Figure 2-1. Materials used for shipping protection.