Gooseneck isolation valve handle pulled out to ADJUST position (para. 2-6)
Suspension shut-off valve handle pulled out to ADJUST position (para. 2-6)
Gooseneck lowered to lowest position, if uncoupled (para. 2-18)
General Safety Instructions
Hydraulic fluid may be hot if system has been in operation. Allow time to cool
before performing maintenance or severe injury or burns to personnel may result.
Hydraulic fluid may be under pressure. Use caution when disconnecting hydraulic
lines or components. Face shields or goggles must be worn or serious injury to
personnel may result.
Hydraulic fluid can be absorbed through the skin. Wear long sleeves, gloves,
goggles, or face shield. If hydraulic fluid gets into eyes, flush them immediately
with water and seek medical attention. If hydraulic fluid gets on skin, thoroughly
wash with soap and water. Wash hands prior to eating or smoking.
The suspension assembly, hereinafter referred to as bogie, weighs approximately
2500 pounds (1135 kg). Extreme caution must be used during removal and
installation of bogie or serious injury to personnel or damage to equipment may
The bogie must be supported with an overhead lifting device during removal and
installation procedure or serious injury to personnel or damage to equipment may