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TM-5-2420-224-20-1 Tractor Wheeled 4x4 DED Small Emplacement Excavator (SEE) and High Mobility Material Handler (HMMH) Manual
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Small Emplacement Excavator (SEE) -680640027
TM 5-2420-224-20-1
TM 5-2420-224-20-2
F O R K L I F T REPLACEMENT
This task covers: a. Removal b. Installation
WARNING
HMMH  should  not  be
with
forklift
operated
removed,  except  in  a
maintenance facility. When
maintenance is required and
forklift is removed, never
operate HMMH at speeds
greater than 5 mph. Tractor
stability
and
handling
characteristics are greatly
affected with forklift removed.
This could cause loss of
control  and  i n j u r y to
personnel or damage to
vehicle.
High pressure hydraulics [oil
under 2450 psi (26,893 kPa)]
operate this equipment.
Never  disconnect
any
h y d r a u l i c fine or fitting
first
without
dropping
TITLE--This is the name of the task.
1.
TASK COVERS-This lists all the tasks included in the module.
2.
APPLICABLE CONFIGURATION--lf the task is applicable to only one of the vehicles. SEE or
3.
H M M H (as appropriate) will be listed here.
4.
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT--These are the tools and equipment you will need to do
the task.
MATERIALS/PARTS--These are the supplies you will need to do the task. If parts or materials
5.
are required, they are listed here or referenced to Appendix C.
PERSONNEL REQUIRED-Personnel required to perform a task will be identified if the task
6.
requires more than one.
REFERENCES-These are the other technical publications you will need to do the task.
7.
EQUIPMENT CONDITION--This is the condition(s) the vehicle must be in before you start the
8.
task. Other tasks that must be done first are listed by page number or by technical manual
number if another manual is required.
GENERAL SAFETY lNSTRUCTIONS--These are the safety precautions that must be observed
9.
while you are doing the task.
FOLLOW-ON MAINTENANCE--These are the tasks listed at the end of the procedure that
10.
must be completed to return the vehicle to an operational condition.
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