INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
material from areas shown in figure 8. When a DA
Form 2258 (Depreservation Guide) is furnished,
accomplish depreservation as outlined in this guide.
a. Remove all tiedown straps and blocks that
secure the pumping unit to the, bed of the carrier.
Inspection of Equipment
b. Remove the pumping unit from the bed of the
carrier with a crane. Attach the crane hook to the lifting
a. Inspect the equipment to be sure that all parts
are received intact.
b. Inspect the pumping unit for damage and for
secure mounting of parts, paying particular attention to
W hen lifting the pumping unit, be
sure the lifting device has a
capacity of at least 3,400 pounds.
c. Follow instructions
Do not allow the pumping unit to
attached to equipment.
swing while suspended. Failure to
d. Check tha engine holddown bolts and foot bolts
observe this warning may result in
are firmly set.
damage to the unit and severe
injury to personnel.
a. Open the fuel tank shutoff valve installed in the
fuel piping near the fuel pump (4, fig. 2).
b. Examine the oil drain plug and coolant drain
plugs 4, 5, 8, and 9, fig. 3) to make certain that they are
c. Perform all the lubrication recommendations in
lubrication section (para 34) except that for the first 50
hours of operation use SAE 10W-30 in the engine
crankcase. After 50 hours operation, drain and fill in
d. Fill the radiator with clean water.
freezing weather, use a sufficient amount of antifreeze
to protect the system for the lowest temperature
anticipated. See table I for specific gravity requirements
at various temperatures. The pellet that comes with the
engine is a water conditioner and rust inhibitor. Do not
remove the pellet.
Figure 7. Pump readied for shipment.
e. Fill the fuel tank (6, fig. 2). Be sure that the
container used for filling is clean and free from dirt.
Replace the fuel tank filler cap (3, fig. 4) securely.
Position the pumping unit as near as possible to the
f. See that all points on engine accessories
source of supply. Remove the protective packing
requiring lubrication are properly supplied. Refer to the