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CONTACT A MEMBER OF MANAGEMENT AT THE SELLING LOCATION
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 TO THE OWNER AND OPERATOR INTRODUCTION This manual will familiarize you with your vehicle and provide sufficient information to enable you to perform minor services  necessary  for  continued  efficient  operation.    Study this manual before you start to operate the vehicle. When   parts   are   required,   always   provide   the   unit code   number,   vehicle   model   and   vehicle   serial   number. Request    the    salesman    to    assist    you    in    obtaining    this information  upon  delivery,  and  write  this  information  in  the spaces provided. For  information  not  given  in  this  manual,  or  if  you require   services   of   a   trained   serviceman   we   urge   you   to contact an IH dealer in your locality.  IH dealers keep abreast of the latest methods in servicing IH equipment, and have up- to-date facilities for providing prompt, first-class service. ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER CATERPILLAR (Plate on left rear side of crankcase.) CUMMINS ENGINES (Stamped on plate, left side of gear case, front of engine.) DETROIT DIESEL (Stamped on crankcase, right side near rear end plate.) DT-446 (Stamped on pad located on crankcase left side.) 9.0 LITER (Stamped on crankcase front corner right bank.) D-150 D-170 D-190 (Stamped on crankcase front corner right bank.) MV-404 MV-446 (Front of distributor on crankcase.) V-345 V-392 V-537 (Stamped on crankcase front corner right bank.) (For Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit Diesel, IH DT-466, 9.0 liter and   D-150-170-190   engines,   refer   to   separate   Operator's Manual). FRONT AXLE CODE (From line setting ticket) REAR AXLE CODE (From line setting ticket) TRANSFER CASE CODE (From line setting ticket) TRANSMISSION CODE (From line setting ticket) VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION Stamped  on  frame  left  side  rail  front  (and  at  the  following location) (Stamped on plate cab door inner panel, left side) VEHICLE CERTIFICATION LABEL A Vehicle Certification Label is affixed to all vehicles in addition to the serial or warranty plate.  This label certifies that   the   vehicle   conforms   to   all   applicable   Federal   Motor Vehicle Safety Standards in effect at the date of manufacture. Do   not   remove   or   deface   this   label.      The   label contains  the  Certified  Gross  Vehicle  Weight  Rating  (GVWR) and Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR).  The GVWR means the   maximum   design   weight   of   the   vehicle   including   the vehicle  itself  and  everything  that  is  loaded  into  or  onto  the single  vehicle.    The  GAWR  is  the  maximum  weight  that  any one  axle  can  carry.    Note  that  the  sum  of  the  axle  GAWR's may be greater than the GVWR, so that it is not necessarily proper  to  load  both  axles  at  the  same  time  to  the  maximum capacity shown for each.  The maximum GVWR should never be exceeded. These   ratings   are   developed   on   the   basis   of   the minimum component capability, be it axles, springs or tires. For  assistance  in  understanding  your  vehicle  weight  carrying capability, consult your local IH dealer. VEHICLE STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS When  a  vehicle  is  not  to  be  used  for  an  extended period    of    time    certain    precautionary    measures    must    be observed  to  prevent  deterioration  of  the  various  units.    It  is recommended  that  you  contact  your  dealer  who  will  advise you of measures to be taken when storing vehicles, as well as precautions to be followed when a vehicle is to be returned to service. 1

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