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SAFETY WARNING AND OPERATION DECALS
THE ABILITY TO STEER THIS MACHINE IS REDUCED WHEN OPERATING IN
A LOADED CONDITION on rough or hilly terrain. When climbing hills always hav-
ing the cargo in the rear box securely fastened and located as far forward in the box
as possible. Loaded vehicles will experience reduced steering and front brake ef-
fectiveness when operating on hills.
TO REDUCE THE CHANCE OF VEHICLE TIP-OVER AND PERSONAL INJURY
always use D-1 Gear and reduced vehicle speeds when carrying heavy loads or
towing a loaded trailer.
Correct loading of this vehicle is necessary to maintain proper stability and operat-
ing characteristics. Overloading or incorrect positioning of the load effects the ve-
hicles turning, stopping distance and stability. Failure to follow loading require-
ments could cause severe injury or death. REDUCE SPEED AND ALLOW
GREATER DISTANCE FOR BRAKING WHEN CARRYING CARGO.
MAXIMUM CARGO CAPACITY IS 1000 LBS. ON LEVEL TERRAIN. When oper-
ating over rough or hilly terrain, reduce speed and cargo to maintain stable driving
conditions. When operating at maximum cargo capacity, the cargo weight must be
evenly distributed in the rear box.
ALL LOADS MUST BE SECURED BEFORE MOVING VEHICLE. Unsecured
loads can create unstable operating conditions which could result in loss of control
of the vehicle.
LOADS MUST BE CARRIED AS LOW IN THE BOX AS POSSIBLE. Carrying
loads high in the box raises the center of gravity of the vehicle and creates a less
stable operating condition. When cargo loads are carried high in the box, the
weight of the loads must be reduced to maintain stable operating conditions.
OPERATE ONLY WITH STABLE AND SAFELY ARRANGED LOADS. When han-
dling off-centered loads which cannot be centered, securely fasten load and oper-
ate with extra caution.
EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE USED when operating with loads extending over
the box sides. Stability and maneuverability may be adversely affected, causing
the machine to overturn.
SEE YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL.