Steering is accomplished by the steering wheel (8, figure 4-1) and the REAR
STEER control lever (9). These controls, used singly or together provide front
wheel steering, rear wheel steering, four-wheel steering, and crabbing
Front Wheel Steering.
Conventional front wheel steering is accomplished with the steering wheel
(8). This method of steering should always be used when traveling at higher
OPERATE THE REAR STEER ONLY FOR
ADDED JOB SITE MANEUVERABILITY.
Rear Wheel Steering.
Rear wheel steering is controlled by a REAR STEER control lever (9).
Actuating the control to the desired position activates the rear steer cylinder,
thereby steering the machine in the selected direction.
Four-wheel steering is accomplished by using both the steering wheel (8)
and the REAR STEER control lever (9). Depending upon which direction the
operator wishes to travel, the steering wheel is turned in the same direction
of the REAR STEER control lever position. This method of steering allows the
machine to turn or maneuver in close, restricted areas.