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OPERATION OF 10 TON HYDRAULIC RESCUE TOOL
TM5-42 10-229-14&P 2-16.  OPERATION OF HYDRAULIC RESCUE TOOL (Continued). (3)  Pulling procedures. a.  Belts and Buckle Assemblies. 1.  To pull a steering column,  simply open the arms of the rescue tool to 32 inches and attach an adjuster buckle and 12 foot belt to each arm.  Loop one 48 inch loop around the steering column and the other 48 inch loop around the axle or any anchor point on the front of the car.  Position the tool and remove the slack by pulling on the loose ends of the 12 foot belts until taut. 2.   Check that as much slack as possible has been taken up by pulling on the loose ends of the 12 foot belt,  then close the arms. 2-17.  OPERATION OF 10 TON HYDRAULIC RESCUE TOOL. The 10 ton hydraulic rescue tool is designed to perform many functions.  The pump, ram and attachments may be used to: Do not overload ram.  Overloading can cause cracked cyl- inders,    blown  caps,    bent  plungers  and  ruptured  hoses. Do not over-extend the ram.  This may push the plunger out of  the  top  of  the  ram  with  violent  results.    When  using  a chain  do  not  stand  in  line  with  the  chain  at  any  time.    Do not cross twist,  kink,  knot or shorten any chain with a pin. Do  not  allow  running  loads  to  pass  over  chains.    Do  not use chains over sharp corners without protective padding. Do  not  form  a  loop  by  putting  the  point  of  a  hook  into  a link.  Do not use heat near or on a chain or any attachment. Do not use a chain whose links are twisted or bent,  have nicks or gouges,  shows excessive wear,  stretch or spread in  the  links.    Any  such  chain  should  be  replaced  immedi- ately.  Failure to heed these warning may result in damage to  the  equipment  or  failure  resulting  in  personal  injury  or property damage. High pressure hydraulic oil can cause personal injury.  Do not hold hose or fittings in your hand while under pressure. Do  not  drop  heavy  objects  on  hose.    A  sharp  impact  can damage  wire  braid  of  hose  leading  to  possible  failure  or personal injury.  Avoid sharp kings and bends in hose.  Pe- riodically,  inspect  hoses  for  kinks,    cuts  and  bulges.    Re- move  hose  from  service  immediately  if  the  foregoing  are observed.  Do not carry the pump by the hose. 2-68

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