Utility Tractors – Module ID 22105

Utility Tractors – Module ID 22105

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In addition to the truly heavyweight types of construction equipment described in other modules in this curriculum, there are useful machines called tractors that can effectively and economically handle lighter construction tasks that would be a waste of a heavier equipment’s capabilities. These tasks can involve pulling, towing, finish grading, and special operations such as hole drilling.

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Description

Overview

Learning Objective 1 – Successful completion of this module prepares trainees to: Describe the different types of utility tractors and their equipment.

  • Explain the drive system used on utility tractors.
  • Identify and describe the instruments used on utility tractors.
  • Identify and describe the controls used on utility tractors.
  • Identify and describe the hitches and attachments used on utility tractors.

Learning Objective 2 – Successful completion of this module prepares trainees to: Describe the procedures for starting, operating, and shutting down a utility tractor.

  • Describe the safety rules for operating a tractor.
  • Identify the daily inspection and maintenance requirements for utility tractors.
  • Explain how to properly start up, operate, and shut down a utility tractor.
  • Explain how to connect attachments to a utility tractor.

Performance Tasks

  • Perform prestart inspection and maintenance procedures.
  • Properly start, warm up, and shut down a gas-powered and diesel-powered engine tractor.
  • Perform basic maneuvering with a tractor. 4.Attach implements to a drawbar and three-point hitch.
  • Attach and detach implements to a power takeoff

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