Kneeling Lock Pin
The kneeling lock pin locks the kneeling cylinder in
place to ensure that the machine does not drift up
after it has been put into the kneeled position. There is
a pin on the kneeling cylinder, on each side of the
To lock the kneeling cylinders, remove the pin from
bracket (1) on both sides of the machine. When the
machine is fully kneeled, insert the pin through bracket
(1) and locking bar (2), on both sides of the machine.
NOTE: Use the pump lever to install and remove the
pins. The pump lever and kneeling lock pins are
normally stored in the BII compartment at the rear of
The kneeling lock pins should be installed only during
air transport. Operating the machine with the kneeling
lock pins installed may damage the machine.
Remote Hydraulic Tool Ports
system when the remote hydraulic tools are in use.
This valve should be closed (turned clockwise against
the stop) during normal machine operation.
The engine may not start if valve (1) is open. Machine
performance is adversely effected when the valve is
open during normal machine operation.
Ports (2) and (3) supply hydraulic oil to remote
hydraulic tools. The ports are located in the air filter
compartment, on the left side of the machine.
NOTE: Refer to the operation manual of the hydraulic
tool being used for any cautions, notices, or warnings
regarding the operation and use of remote tools.
NOTE: Refer to Machine Operation, Remote
Hydraulic Power Manifold in this section for the
procedure to operate the remote hydraulic tool
NOTE: Ports (4) and (5) are used for raising the blade
and releasing the park brake.