PREPARATION FOR TRANSPORT - CONTINUED
AIR TRANSPORT - CONTINUED
s. Turn bogie wheels retaining collar turn clockwise to unlock bogie wheels. If retaining collar is still tight, use han-
dle stowed in front of bogie wheels to rotate shaft.
(LOCKED-BOGIE WHEELS DOWN)
t. Push bogie wheels lever to lower bogie wheels. Ensure wheels are lowered sufficiently to apply ground pressure.
u. Open bogie wheel pressure valve inside remote hydraulic control compartment by turning handle 90 degree counter-
clockwise. Bogie wheels will lower further and apply correct amount of ground pressure.
Always use a ground guide (load master) and do not exceed 1 mph (1.6 kph) speed when driving
RTCH up ramps in preparation for air transport. Failure to use a ground guide may result in an acci-
dent, causing death or injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
Oversteering will damage dolly and bogie wheels.
v. Use first gear and 2-wheel steering mode to slowly drive RTCH forward up ramps and position inside aircraft. DO
NOT exceed 1 mph (1.6 kph) speed. Only slight steering corrections (no more than turn of steering wheel) are
allowed during loading.
w. Lower boom support to the maximum onto the frames. Refer to Placing Boom Support in Transport Position in this