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WASHER GP- 2559917 - Caterpillar

2559917 WASHER GP- Caterpillar parts WASHER
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7. If possible, keep the wind to your back when dumping. This will help to keep the dust out of your eyes, and away from the engine.Loading From a Bank
1. Start at the base of the bank and follow up the face. 2. Remove overhangs. Watch for sliding material.Excavating
1. Lower the bucket to the ground, and position it for a slight digging angle. Increase digging angle to aid penetration in hard earth. 2. Apply down pressure to the bucket as the loader starts forward. Return the lift control to HOLD when sufficient penetration is obtained. 3. Maintain level cuts, while moving forward, by raising and lowering the bucket with the lift control lever.4. Tilt the bucket back against stops when it is loaded. Carry a loaded bucket approximately 0.5 m (15 inches) above ground, when moving to dump area.Multipurpose Bucket
1. Bucket used as a clamp: Open the bowl and position the bucket over the material to be loaded. Lower the bucket and close the bowl. For maximum dump height, or when unloading sticky material, position the bucket over the dump area and open the bowl. 2. Bucket used as a dozer: Open the bowl to use the blade for dozing. Maintain a level cut with the lift control. 3. Bucket used as a scraper: Raise the bowl slightly, and position the bucket as for dozing. When it is loaded, tilt the bucket back before closing the bowl.Ripping
Use FIRST speed for most ripping operations. It is better to use additional shanks, where practical, rather than to increase speed. Always use center shank when ripping with one shank. If material breaks up satisfactorily, more shanks may be used. Cross rip only when necessary. When ripping for scraper loading, rip in same direction that scrapers will load. Rip downhill whenever possible.
Do not turn or back the machine while shanks are in the ground. Twisting strain on the shanks and tips may cause failure.Inspect the ripper tips frequently for excessive wear.
Ripper Operating Hints
In most cases it is desirable to rip as deep as possible. Sometimes it is better to rip at partial depth and remove the material in its natural layers. Keep material on top of the unripped formation to cushion the machine and provide traction.When final material size must be relatively small, close spacing of passes is recommended.Soft Materials
Five shanks should be used in material that can be easily ripped.Packed Soil, Hard Pan, Clay, Shale or Cemented Gravel
Three shanks work well in these materials. Use as many shanks as possible to break material to desired size, without stalling or hanging up the machine.Rock with Fractures, Faults and Planes of Weakness
Use two shanks where rocks break out in small pieces, and the machine can handle the job easily. When the machine begins to stall or tracks spin, use only the center shank.Tough-to-Rip Material
Use one shank in tough-to-rip material or material that tends to break out in large slabs or pieces. Always use the center shank when one-shank ripping.Asphalt Road Surfaces
Raise the ripper

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