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Owners Users and Operators, Terex Light Construction appreciates your choice of our machine for your application Our number one. priority is user safety which is best achieved by our joint efforts We feel that you make a major. contribution to safety if you as the equipment users and operators. 1 Comply with OSHA Federal State and Local Regulations. 2 Read understand and follow the instructions in this and other manuals supplied with this machine. 3 Use Good Safe Work Practices in a common sense way. 4 Only have trained certified operators directed by informed and knowledgeable supervision running the. NOTE OSHA prohibits the alteration or modification of this machine without written approval of the. manufacturer Use only factory approved parts to service or repair this machine. If there is anything in this manual that is not clear to you or which you believe should be added please. send your comments to the Manager of Publications Terex Light Construction 1 800 433 3026. Many aspects of power buggy operation and testing are discussed in standards published by the American. National Standards Institute These Standards are updated on a regular basis with addenda Terex. recommends that you purchase and refer to the following standard. ANSI B56 8 Personnel and Burden Carriers,This Standard can be purchased from. American National Standards Institute,25 West 43rd Street 4th Fl. New York New York 10036,Tel 212 642 4900,Fx 212 398 0023. The symbols below and the decals on the machine are used to inform the operator of important information. concerning the operation of this machine, This symbol means your safety is involved Read understand and follow all danger.
warning and caution decals on your power buggy, DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which if not avoided will result in. death or serious injury, WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided could result in. death or serious injury, CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided may result in. minor or moderate injury, CAUTION Indicates a situation which if not avoided may result in property or equipment. Specifications, BEFORE OPERATING YOUR POWER BUGGY READ THE MAINTENANCE CARE.
AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL,M o d e ls M P B 1 6 M P B 1 6 E Models MPB21. W h e e lb a s e 4 4,Wheelbase 44,O v e ra ll L e n g th 1 0 3. Overall Length 101 5,O v e ra ll W id th d u a l w h e e ls 4 3 2 5. Overall Width dual wheels 43 25,O v e ra ll W id th s in g le w h e e ls 3 0 2 5. O v e ra ll H e ig h t 53 Overall Height 53,E m p ty W t 1 2 0 0 lb s Empty Wt 1 375 lbs.
S h ip W t P a lle tize d 1 2 6 0 lb s Ship Wt Palletized 1 465 lbs. B u c k e t C a p a c ity 1 6 c u ft w a te r le ve l 5 9 c u yd Bucket Capacity 21 cu ft water level 77 cu yd. W e ig h t C a p a c ity d u a l w h e e ls 2 5 0 0 lb s Weight Capacity dual wheels 3200 lbs. E n g in e 1 3 H P H o n d a V a n g u a rd Engine 18HP Vanguard. S ta rtin g R e c o il o r O p tio n a l E le c tric Starting Electric. D riv e W h e e ls F u ll H yd ro s ta tic D rive Drive Wheels Hydrostatic. S p e e d U p to 7 2 5 M P H F o rw a rd a n d R e ve rs e Speed Up to 7 25 M P H Forward and Reverse. S te e rin g H a n d le B a rs to R e a r W h e e ls Steering Handle Bars to Rear W heels. B ra k e s d riv e w h e e ls D yn a m ic H yd ro s ta tic Brakes drive wheels Dynam ic Hydrostatic. P a rk in g B ra k e d riv e w h e e ls M e c h a n ic a l Parking Brake drive wheels Mechanical. D u m p C o n tro l F u ll H yd ra u lic D u m p a n d R e tu rn. Dump Control Full Hydraulic Dump and Return,D is c h a rg e H e ig h t 5. Discharge Height 6,G ro u n d C le a ra n c e 6,T u rn in g R a d iu s 7 3 5 Ground Clearance 6. T ire s d riv e w h e e ls 5 7 0 x 8 x 1 9 Turning Radius 73 5. T ire s s te e rin g 4 8 0 x 8 Tires drive wheels 5 70x8x19. Tires steering,1 Steering Handle Bar The steering handle bar is. attached to the rear wheels of the unit Rotating,the handle bar clockwise steers the unit to the. left Rotating the handle bar counterclockwise 3 Dump Hand Control The dump hand control. steers the unit to the right activates the hydraulic dumping mechanism. Push forward to dump bucket Pull back to,return bucket to travel position.
2 Travel Speed Control The travel speed control 4 Dump Foot Control The dump foot control. adjusts the speed at which the buggy travels activates the dumping mechanism Rock the. Squeeze the handle to increase speed foot pedal forward to dump the bucket Rock. Release of the handle will stop the machine the pedal back to return the bucket to the travel. 5 Travel Direction Control The travel direction 7 Foot Brake The foot brake activates the brake on. control has three positions Push the lever forward the front axle Push the pedal down to activate. for forward travel The center position is for the brake Release the pedal to release the. neutral Pull the lever back for reverse brake,8 Engine Control The engine control is a three. position key switch The first position key vertical. 6 Hand Parking Brake The hand parking brake is the stop position The second position is the run. activates the parking brake on the front axle position The third position is the engine start. Position the lever in the horizontal position to position. engage the brake Position the lever to the,vertical position to disengage the brake. Responsibilities of the Operator, Only operate this buggy if you are a qualified and authorized operator To be qualified you. must read and understand the operating instructions all safety signs on the buggy have. training including actual operation of the buggy and know the safety rules and regulations. for the job site, Only operate the buggy if it is in proper operating condition Do not remove or modify any. part of the buggy, Perform Daily inspection and lubrication of buggy as outlined in the daily inspection and.
lubrication sections of the Operator s Manual Report any problems immediately. DO NOT OPERATE THE BUGGY IF THE INSPECTION REVEALS ANY PROBLEMS. Wear all personal protective clothing required for the operations being performed. Mounting and Dismounting, Ensure the buggy is stopped before mounting or dismounting. Prior to dismounting ensure that all controls are in neutral and parking brake is set. Always use three point contact and face the buggy Three point contact means that three. out of four arms and legs are in contact with the buggy at all times during mount and. Clean your shoes and wipe your hands before mounting. Be sure to have secure footing when and wherever you step off of the machine Never. use control levers as a handhold when climbing on or off. Never step on foot controls when climbing on or off. Pre Operation Inspections, Each day ensure that Buggy is clean and all systems are functioning properly Report any. problems immediately, DO NOT OPERATE THE BUGGY IF THE INSPECTION REVEALS ANY PROBLEMS. Before operation each day ensure the following SKIN INJECTION HAZARD Use. All guards side screens and panels are in place a piece of cardboard to check for. hydraulic hose leaks DO NOT,All safety and information signs are in place and. USE YOUR HAND If fluid is,injected under the skin it can.
Engine and hydraulic oil levels are correct,cause gangrene GET MEDICAL. Check battery level,HELP IMMEDIATELY,Check for hydraulic leaks. Check all operating controls for proper operation and. adjustment,Fuel tank is full EXPLOSION AND BURN, Check speed control operation before and after starting. engine for proper operation HAZARD Will cause death burns. or blindness due to ignition of, Confirm brake holding capacity of buggy using the explosive gases or corrosive acid. procedure outlined in the Function Test section Keep all open flames and sparks. Check Tires for damage proper inflation and security of away Wear personal protective. lug nuts Recommended Tire Pressure 50 psi equipment including face shield. gloves and long sleeve shirt,Function Test, After engine has warmed to operating temperature make the following checks.
1 In a level open area with Direction Selector in Forward position and Parking Brake engaged check for free. speed control operation If operation of Speed Control is not free do not attempt to operate buggy until. 2 Set engine at idle with Parking Brake engaged place direction selector lever to forward position Slowly. activate speed control slightly for a short period of time to test the Brake holding capacity If the Power. Buggy will move adjust the Brake in accordance with the maintenance and adjustment instructions If the. Power Buggy does not move release the speed control and disengage the Parking Brake If Buggy tends to. creep adjust the pump control stop lever until the creeping is eliminated. 3 At a slow speed operate Buggy and become familiar with its Speed Control operation Brake operation and. Worksite Inspections,Check the Entire Area, Inspect the entire surface over which you will travel Look for holes drop offs and. obstacles Look for rough spots On docks ramps or floors look for weak spots Look for oil spills wet. spots and slippery surfaces Look for soft soil deep mud and standing water On rough terrain or slopes. watch for anything that might make you lose control or cause the buggy to tip over. Inspect the grade of the path you will travel The maximum permissible grade upon which the Power Buggy. may be used is 10 6 Determine if any slopes on your path of travel exceed the maximum permissible. grade of 10 6 Do not travel on any areas that are too steep. Maximum Permissible Grades for Travel,Fore and Aft 10 6. Side to Side 10 6, To calculate Grade divide the vertical rise by the horizontal run and multiply by 100. Grade A Divided By B X 100 Grade C Divided By D X 100. Example Calculation Determine if a slope that is 2 feet high and runs 21 feet horizontally is safe to. travel Calculate grade by executing the following,Dimension A 2 feet. Dimension B 21 feet,Grade A Divided By B X 100,2 feet Divided By 21 feet X 100.
According to the calculation this slope is safe to travel because the grade did not exceed the maximum. allowable grade of 10 9 5 is less than 10, Clear away trash and debris along travel route Pick up anything that might puncture a tire Make sure aisles. ramps doorways and passages are clear Plan your work Make sure you know where you will make your. pickups dumps and turns Before you pick up a load first know your path of travel and where you will place it. Power buggies cannot be operated in areas with flammable or explosive atmospheres. Explosion Hazard, Use of these buggies in explosive atmospheres areas can result in fires and or. explosions which could cause serious injury or death. Check Overhead, Check the clearances of doorways canopies and overheads Know exactly how much. clearance you have under power and telephone cables Also check clearances when. transporting your buggy on a truck or trailer, Never approach power lines with any part of your buggy unless all local state. provincial and federal OSHA required safety precautions have been taken Use. extreme caution,St ar t in g I n s t r u ct io n s.
Before starting engine refer to engine manufacturer s manual and follow the steps below. 1 Engage Parking Brake, 2 Set Engine operating speed control to the idle position. 3 Check Speed Control linkage located on right handle bar Speed Control should work freely and return to. closed position when released If operation of Speed Control is not free do not attempt to start engine until. 4 Turn on fuel control valve if your particular engine is so equipped. 5 Set Choke as recommended in the Engine Manufacturers Manual. 6 Pull Rope Starter or engage Electric Starter if so equipped. 7 When engine has started allow to warm at an idle until operating temperature is reached before. transporting or moving loads,G en e ra l T r av e l. Keep personnel clear of the buggy during travel, Do not allow anyone to stand pass in front of the buggy during travel. Do not approach personnel standing in front of fixed objects Do not. allow others to ride on the buggy, Test the controls for proper operation Be certain you can control both speed and. direction before moving, Keep both hands on the steering handle during travel.
Avoid sudden starts stops and direction changes, Do not operate on surfaces containing holes drop offs or obstacles or slopes which. exceed 10 6 grade, Ensure that all surfaces are capable of supporting the buggy and load. Look for and avoid oil spills wet or slippery surfaces that may cause loss of control. Maintain clearances from obstacles, Make sure aisle ramps doorways and passages are clear. Clear away trash and debris Pick up anything that may puncture a tire If. buggy is to travel on slopes refer to the Travel on Slopes section. If buggy is to travel on uneven rough terrain refer to the Travel on Uneven Rough. Terrain section,Creep Speed, Buggy should be operated at full speed only when traveling on a flat and level surface When traveling on. surfaces that are not flat and level DO NOT exceed a creep speed of 10 feet in 5. seconds 120 feet per minute or 1 36 miles per hour because the buggy does not. have a speedometer always apply good judgment when determining a safe and proper. creep speed,Travel on Uneven Rough Terrain, Do not ride on buggy if the buggy is to travel on uneven rough terrain Instead raise and secure the platform.
and walk behind the buggy Check to make certain that the mounting bolts are sufficiently tight to retain it in. that position Do not exceed creep speed,Travel on Slopes. Do not travel on slopes with a loaded bucket facing downhill. Traveling with a Traveling with an,loaded bucket unloaded bucket. When traveling on When traveling on slopes,slopes with a loaded with an unloaded bucket. bucket ensure the ensure the bucket is, bucket is positioned on positioned on the downhill. the uphill end of the unit end of the unit,and the operator is on.
the downhill end of the, Determine if any slopes on your travel route exceed the maximum permissible grade of 10 Do not use. buggy on any slope that exceeds 10 grade,Maximum Permissible Grades for Travel. Fore and Aft 10 6,Side to Side 10 6, To calculate Grade divide the vertical rise by the horizontal run and multiply by 100. Grade A Divided By B X 100 Grade C Divided By D X 100. Example Calculation Determine if a slope that is 2 feet high and runs 21 feet horizontally is safe to travel. Calculate grade by executing the following,Dimension A 2 feet. Dimension B 21 feet,Grade A Divided By B X 100,2 feet Divided By 21 feet X 100.
According to the calculation this slope is safe to travel because the grade did not exceed the maximum. allowable grade of 10 9 5 is less than 10, When possible ensure that the buggy is facing directly up down the slope If you must traverse across the. slope ensure that you do not exceed the permissible side to side slope of 10 grade. Travel at creep speed only and ensure that stopping in a safe manner can be done at all times. Avoid sudden starts stops and direction changes,Fil lin g Dum p in g. Know the rated load capacity of the buggy Do not exceed the capacity of the buggy and. account for conditions that can reduce the load that should be carried such as ground conditions. slopes etc, If there is any question of overloading separate the load into two or more loads. Always use a signal person if you cannot see the placement point. Ensure buggy is stopped and parking brake is set before filling or dumping bucket. Do not dump buggy when facing downhill on slope, Do not stand in front of or alongside the buggy where you intend to unload. Do not dump buggy towards other personnel, Do not touch lean on or reach through the dump mechanisms.
Shutdown Instructions, Correct shutdown is important follow these steps for safe operation. 1 Come to a full stop,2 Set parking brake,3 Idle engine for gradual cooling. 4 Shut off engine, 5 Cycle hydraulic controls to eliminate residual pressure. 6 Remove ignition key on electric start models,7 Block wheels if on a slope or incline. If the buggy will be exposed to wet freezing weather for a period of time the concrete tub should be placed in. the dump position so that water does not collect with the possibility of freezing and breaking the tub. Single Point Lifting Fork Lift Loading, When lifting buggy with the single point lift ring the The buggy can be loaded from either side or from.
bucket must be in the dumped position and both lift the rider end using the fork lift pockets provided. ring support arms must be attached with retaining,rings as shown. NOTE Later models do not have the,rear forklift pockets. When transporting the buggy on a truck or trailer know the overall height to avoid. contacting overhead obstructions such as bridges power lines etc Make sure all tie downs and blocks are in. place and bucket is completely lowered and securely latched If your buggy is to be hauled by truck check. truck and ramp capacities,Maintenance Lubrication and Adjustment. Check oil in your engine after every 10 hours of operation and maintain proper levels Drain oil. after every 50 hours of operation and refill with grade of oil recommended below Above 40. Deg F 13 Deg C S A E 30,Below 40 Deg F 13 Deg C S A E 20. Power Train, Check the Hydraulic Oil level in the tank using the dip stick mounted on the filler cap and keep filled to the.
proper level with EXXON Nuto H68 Hydraulic oil or equivalent Replace after every 200 hours The Hydraulic. Oil Filter should be changed each time the Hydraulic Oil is changed. The Hydraulic drive motors are extremely reliable and ordinarily will not need maintenance or repair Should. trouble develop in the Hydraulic drive motors it is suggested that the dealer s service department be called If. such service is not available from your dealer please call TEREX Amida at 800 433 3026 for further. instructions The Hydraulic drive motors are manufactured by White Hydraulics and may be serviced at their. dealers and other service centers handling their equipment TEREX Amida will direct you to the proper place for. repairs In the event a vibration is experienced when the engine is running check the coupler between the. engine and the Hydraulic Pump DO NOT make this check while the engine is running and it will be necessary to. remove the fan shroud After adjusting and tightening the coupler REPLACE the fan shroud and then start. engine to see if the problem has been corrected DO NOT run the engine or operate the Buggy with the fan. shroud removed or not firmly attached, COLD WEATHER NOTE In climates where temperatures are below 35 hard starting may occur In these. cases the oil should be switched to a thinner 15 weight hydraulic fluid. Chassis Lubrication, Lubricate your buggy each day of operation with a good grade of chassis lubricant at all of the lubrication points listed below 2. Fittings Dump Cylinder Pivots, 4 Fittings Tub Bearing Pivot Blocks Underside of Tub see page 7 page 19. 1 Fitting Steering Bearing Flange Front side of Handle Bar see page 17. Remove rear wheel hubs and repack bearings after every 400 hours of operation. Brake Adjustment, Place the Parking Brake Lever in the engaged position The parking brake should then be adjusted so that. the Buggy will not move Adjustment is provided by a knob on the end of the Parking Brake Lever and. the adjustment may be tightened by turning the knob clockwise Adjust sufficiently tight so that when. Parking Brake Lever is actuated considerable pressure is required to place it in the over center. or On position, With the Parking Brake engaged you should not be able to move the Buggy.
In the event you experience a puncture of the tire and tube certain precautions must be observed in its. repair as follows, 1 Securely block and support the Buggy remove lug nuts. 2 Repair or replace tire, 3 Place Wheel and Tire assembly in a suitable cage or restraint to keep it captive then inflate tire to no. more than 50 lbs air pressure,4 Reinstall on Buggy tighten lug nuts.

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