8. Used Equipment
a. General. Used road rollers which have been stored and shipped in conformance with Army specifications are
ready for use on arrival, after a brief check. Special care must be paid to inspection.
d. Service. Perform all services described in paragraph 7g. Clean dust and dirt from the road roller housing and
operator's platform. Inspect and clean the engine. Check the oil level in the crankcase; add oil if necessary. Correct or
report any deficiencies noted.
Section II. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
This section describes, locates, illustrates, and furnishes the operator sufficient information about the various
controls and instruments for the proper operation of the materiel.
10. Forward and Reverse Clutch Levers
a. Location. The forward and reverse clutch levers (1, fig. 10) are located on the extreme left and right sides of the
rear housing assembly (19).
b. Purpose. The forward and reverse clutch levers control the forward and reverse movement of the road roller.
11. Brake Pedals
a. Location. The brake pedals (2, fig. 10) are located on the extreme left and right sides of the operator's platform
b. Purpose. The brake pedals are used to stop, the roller while in operation and to set the parking brake. A ratchet
locks the brake pedal for parking position.
12. Steering Lever
a. Location. The steering lever (7, fig. 10) is located in the center of the rear housing (19).
b. Purpose. The steering lever controls the movement of the steering roll to the left or right and provides directional
control of the entire road roller.
13. Master Clutch Lever
a. Location. The master clutch lever (18, fig. 10) is located on the rear housing (19), at the left side of the steering
b. Purpose. The master clutch lever is used for engaging and disengaging the master clutch. It also reduces the
load on the starting motor when starting the engine.