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Tm 5-1185 1955 Galion Roller

Tm 5-1185 1955 Galion Roller

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYTECHNICAL MANUALDEPARTMENT OF THE AIRTM 5-1185FORCE TECHNICAL ORDERTO 19-40ABB-35ROLLER, ROADGASOLINE-DRIVENTANDEM, 2-AXLE5-TO 8-TONGALION MODEL T5GWITH ENGINECONTINENTAL MODEL F-244
DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY AND THE AIR FORCE 
10 JANUARY 1955 
 
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Do not use the roller to compact coarse, abrasive materials which will scratch or damage the faces of the rolls, therebyrendering the roller less efficient in finish rolling.Do not leave the roller standing on a cooling or setting road surface, because the weight exerted by the rolls will leavedepressions in the pavement.Do not accelerate the road roller on soft, pliable road material.Always use sprinkler system when rolling hot or tacky materials.Start the roller moving slowly and smoothly, and do not make sharp or fast turns. Steer the roller slowly so that thepaving material will not be marked or shoved out of place.Do not allow lubricants to drip onto paving material if it is of an asphaltic nature. Oil damages new asphalt byweakening its ability to set properly. After lubricating the roller, be sure that all drain plugs are tightly closed and thatexcess lubricants have been wiped off.Before starting the engine, make certain that the master clutch lever is disengaged.Do not operate the engine in confined spaces, due to danger from carbon monoxide gas.When hand cranking the engine, keep the thumb on the same side of the handle as the fingers to avoid a broken wrist,should the engine kick.Never run the engine without oil pressure.Never put full load or speed on a cold engine.Always see that the choke valve is wide open when the engine is running at operating temperature.If the engine overheats because of lack of coolant, allow it to cool before filling the radiator. Otherwise, there is dangerof cracking the cylinder head and block. If it is necessary to fill the radiator before the engine has cooled, be sure to fill itvery slowly with the engine running at fast idling speed.Always stop the engine when filling the fuel tank.When handling gasoline, always provide a metallic contact between the container and the tank. This contact willprevent a spark from being generated as gasoline flows over the metallic surface.Do not add water to a battery in below-freezing temperatures unless the battery is to be charged immediately. If wateris added and the battery not charged, the added water will stay at the top and freeze before it has had a chance to mix withacid. Continuous use of water with a high mineral content will damage the battery.When servicing the battery, do not smoke or allow open flame in the vicinity.When filling the fire extinguisher, do not allow any water to get into the fluid or the extinguisher case. Carbontetrachloride mixed with water will cause serious corrosion. Carbon tetrachloride fumes are toxic.Avoid excessive inhaling and see that the room is properly ventilated.Never use emery cloth or metal-surfaced grinding or polishing stones to service the battery generator and startingmotor commutators.Do not drive a screwdriver, chisel, or other sharp instrument between the cylinder head and cylinder block, as this maycause serious damage to the cylinder head and cylinder block.Do not rotate the valve continuously all the way around when grinding valves. Such rotation will cut grooves in thevalve seat.Do not try to fit the bearing by scraping or filing the shell or connecting rod cap, or the connecting rod will bepermanently ruined.If engine trouble develops, correct it before it becomes serious. Do not run an engine that is not operating properly.
 
TM 5-1185TO 19-40ABB-35C1DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUALDEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE TECHNICAL ORDERROLLER, ROAD, GASOLINE DRIVEN, TANDEM,2 AXLE, 5 TO 8 TON, GALLON MODEL T5G,WITH ENGINE, CONTINENTAL MODEL F-244
TM 5-1185 , DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMYTO 19-40ABB-35AND THE AIR FORCECHANGES NO. 1WASHINGTON 25, D.C.,
17 May 1963 
TM 5-1185/TO 19-40ABB-35, 10 January 1955, is changed as follows:
c.
(Added)
Report all deficiencies in this manual on DA Form 2028 
. Submit recommendations for changes,additions, or deletions to the Commanding Officer, U. S. Army Mobility Support Center, ATTN: SMOMS-MS, P.O. Box119, Columbus 16, Ohio. Direct communication is authorized.
.(Added)
Report all Equipment Improvement Recommendations as prescribed by TM 38-750.
2.Record and Report Forms
(Superseded)
a.DA Form 1258 (Depreservation Guide of Engineer Equipment).b.For other record and report forms applicable to the operator, organizational, field and depot maintenance, refer to TM 38-750.Note.
 Applicable forms, excluding Standard Form 46, which is carried by the operator, will be kept in a canvas bagmounted on the equipment.
. Delete before-operation and substitute: daily preventive maintenance.
TAGO 9250B--678236--May 1963
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