DISCONNECTING TOWED VEHICLE
All persons not involved in the loading or unloading operation must
stand clear of prime mover and fifth wheel towing device. Failure
to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.
Due to the dimensions and center of gravity of some loads, proper
procedures must be followed when loading and unloading
equipment to prevent damage to equipment and injury or death
Visibility from the prime mover is significantly reduced when
backing, whether the fifth wheel towing device is loaded or not.
Proper procedures must be followed and extreme caution used
when backing to prevent damage to equipment and injury or death
Use extremely low speed when loading and unloading vehicles.
Higher speeds will exaggerate motions and create hazardous
conditions, which could result in personnel injury or death or damage
Tow bars weigh 47 lbs. Use caution when removing and handling
them to prevent injury or death to personnel and damage to
Set parking brake and chock wheels on towed vehicle.
1. Turn electrical control box power switch to ON position.
2. Disconnect 70 ft. cable from fifth wheel towing device and light assembly. Remove towlight
assembly on rear of towed vehicle and store properly.
3. Ensure towed vehicle's steering wheel is unsecured.