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What are the parts of the tractor that needs to be check before operating?


What are the parts of the tractor that needs to be check before operating?

 

Pre-Operational Checks for Tractors:

Whether you've got been farming for 50 years or 50 days, you ought to start your workday with a pre-operational check of your tractors before heading resolutely to the sector. By checking your tractor before using it, you may prevent costly repairs, downtime, and aggravation. Before even starting the tractor, bear the following checklist items:

Fuel level:

You always want to create sure you have got sufficient fuel within the tank.

Check your battery:

 confirm that the battery terminals don't seem to be corrupted.

Check your tires:

You must check the atmospheric pressure and confirm that the lug nuts are tight and appear at the condition (e.g., tread) of the tires. If you notice that you have low tire pressure, seek air leakage from around the valve stem.

Loose or defective parts: Take time to examine the tractor to look for loose or defectives parts such as a frayed or worn fan belt. Replace, tighten, or make necessary repairs before heading out to the field.

SMV Emblem: If your SMV emblem is faded or distorted in color or shape, it is time to replace it with a new SMV emblem to increase your visibility to others.

Fluid leaks - Look for any fluid leaks on the ground beneath the tractor. Also, check fluid levels for coolant, engine oil, and hydraulic oil levels as well. You can do some severe damage to your tractor if you run out of these fluids.

Operator's platform area: You may spend much of your day on the operator platform, so check the steps to ensure you can get safely on and off the tractor. Examine the area around the seat to make sure it is clear of debris or tools that could cause you to trip. It would be best if you had a ROPS on your tractor, so always make sure your seat belt is operable and that you buckle it.

Fire extinguisher: Check your fire extinguisher to make sure it is charged.

Lighting/flashers: Check headlights and warning lights/flashers to ensure all of the lights are working and replace bulbs if necessary.

Visibility from the operator's seat: Clean any dirty cab windows to provide the best visibility for you from the operator's seat.

 

 

 




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