Shift range selector to 1 or 1-2
range (page 2-8).
Steer in a series of small wide
turns rather than one sharp
D R I V E C A R R I E R O N S N O W,
I C E , O R M UD
Sharp turns on snow, ice, or
mud can cause earner to throw
a track. Make a series of small
wide turns instead of one sharp
If you operate often in snow, ice,
mud, or heavy brush, have unit
maintenance remove the track
Do not drive on snow-covered
grades unless you have to. If you
do, go as straight up and down
the slope as you can.
Use a low transmission range
that moves earner smoothly
without digging in. Drive slowly
to avoid skidding.
Slow carrier smoothly before
making a turn.
If earner breaks through crest of
deep snow or soft soil, steer
carrier straight to get back on
PARK CARRIER ON SNOW,
ICE, OR MUD
If possible, stop earner on firm
When mission is completed, park
earner in a sheltered area with
front of earner faced away from
Clear snow, ice, and mud off
road wheels and tracks after
If carrier is parked in low area
where water-may freeze under
tracks, put brush or branches
END OF TASK
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