1. CRIB SCREED.
Main and extension screeds must be supported evenly
and securely during transport. Failure to properly support
screed may cause screed plate warpage or other
a. Place cribbing materials of equal height under
opposite ends of main and extension screeds. To avoid
screed damage, cribbing must evenly support the main
and extension screeds.
Open screed travel lock valve very
slowly to ease raised screed onto
cribbing. Dropping screed quickly may
cause equipment damage.
Opening screed travel lock valve will not
lower screed unless ignition switch is in
RUN position and screed lift switch is in
Turn ignition switch on operator control console
to RUN position. Place screed lift switch in down,
FLOAT position. Refer to TM 5-3895-373-10.
Slowly open screed travel lock valve and ease
screed onto cribbing.
Turn screed lift switch off and turn ignition switch
to OFF and remove key from ignition switch per
CHOCK FRONT AND REAR OF BOTH DRIVE
FOLLOW-ON-TASKS: Close right access door per TM 5-3895-373-10.
Close center top left access door per TM 5-3895-373-10.
Close center top right access door per TM 5-3895-373-10.
Prepare for shipment per paragraph 2.26.
END OF TASK