Blowing dust and sand can scratch glass surfaces. When the Roller is not being operated,
glass surfaces must be covered for protection.
(5) Cover instrument panel, service hour meter, air restriction indicator, hydraulic oil level indicator,
radiator sight guage, fuel tank fill cap, hydraulic oil tank fill cap, and worklights when Roller is
parked for extended periods of time in extremely dusty conditions.
(6) Cover exhaust outlet to prevent dust from blowing into exhaust system causing damage to
(7) Cover open space in fuel tank fill hole when adding diesel fuel or JP-8 to fuel tank.
Operation in Extreme Cold. By nature of its purpose, the Roller will not usually be operated in extremely
cold temperatures. When the Roller will be required to operate during temperatures below 32°F (0°C), the
following instructions shall be observed:
Start-Up and Operation.
(a) Remove all ice and snow from Roller as soon as possible.
(b) Prepare Roller for operation in severe
cold temperatures according to FM 9-207,
FM 31-70, FM 31-71, and FM 21-305 as
(c) Drain water from fuel/water separator.
Dispose of drained fluids in accordance
with local regulations.
(d) Start engine and allow engine to warm
up for at least 15 minutes to reach
normal operating temperature before
beginning any operation.
1 Push parking brake knob (1) down to
ensure parking brake is engaged.
Engine will not start unless propel control
lever is in center position.
2 Move propel control lever (2) to the
center position to ensure that
propulsion system is not in forward or
3 Rock vibratory control switch (3) to the
OFF (center) position.
4 Rock throttle control switch (4)
backward to the low RPM