A complete "walkaround" visual inspection of the machine should always be made with special attention to
structural damage, loose equipment, leaks or other conditions that would require immediate correction for
safety of operation.
The following "Checklist" items are suggested specifically for the operator's benefit to make certain that
his machine is prepared for starting the day's work.
FUEL SUPPLY. Check that fuel tank is full and cap is on tight.
ENGINE OIL. Check oil level in crankcase; fill to proper level - do not overfill.
ENGINE COOLANT. Check coolant level in radiator; fill to proper level do not overfill. Check cap for
BATTERIES. Check batteries for proper liquid level, tightness of cable and caps, visible damage, and
corrosion. Add only clean distilled water - avoid overfilling.
SIGNAL AND RUNNING LIGHTS. Check all signal and running lights for proper operation. Replace
burned out lamps with those of the same number, or equivalent.
FOOT AND PARKING BRAKES. Check for proper operation. Check alcohol evaporator reservoir for
fluid quantity. Drain air tanks of accumulated moisture.
TIRES. Check for severe cuts, foreign objects imbedded in treads, and for correct inflation pressures.
condition indicator. Check breather for cleanliness and security.
DAILY LUBRICATION. Make certain that all components requiring daily lubrication have been serviced.
(Refer to applicable lubrication chart for specific details).