REPAIR OF CARRIER CAB,
FRAME AND ACCESSORIES
Section I. REPAIR OF CARRIER CAB
b. Tag and disconnect all hydraulic lines at connec-
The carrier cab is a sheet metal and glass enclosed
tions that will allow removal of carrier cab assembly.
structure, designed to accommodate one man. The cab
c. Tag and disconnect all electrical leads required to
contains all controls and instruments required to oper-
allow removal of cab assembly (para 13-46).
ate the carrier and can be removed as a complete unit.
d. Tag and disconnect all air lines necessary, to
allow removal of cab assembly (para 18-1).
Refer to figure 19-1 and remove the carrier cab as
e. Disconnect all controls necessary, to allow remov-
al of cab assembly.
c Disconnect steering assembly as described in
f: Remove attaching hardware (fig. 9-1).
g Using a suitable lifting device, lift cab assembly
19-3. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
a. Clean all metal parts with cleaning solvent (Fed.
Spec. P-D-680, or equivalent) and dry thoroughly.
b. Inspect complete cab assembly for cracks, brleaks,
and other damage. Repair cracks and breaks bt) weld-
c. Replace an excessively damaged or defective cal)
1 9-4. Installation
Refer to figure 19-1 and install cab assembly as de-
a. Using a suitable lifting device, place cab assem-
bly in its proper position on the frame.
b. Install attaching hardware (fig. 9-1).
c. Connect all air lines, electrical leads and hy-
draulic lines that were removed and tagged in removal
d. Connect steering assembly as described in
Figure 19-1. Carrier cab, removal and installation.
Section II. REPAIR OF CARRIER SEATS AND SEAT BELTS
The operator's seat is contour designed for proper posi-
aid in decreasing road jolts. The seat can be adjusted
tions and comfortable seating. Built-in shock absorbers
for proper back angle adjustment and front and back