The rubber tracks that we carry in stock supply the following equipment
ASV - Bobcat - Case - Caterpillar - Daewoo - Ditch Witch - Gehl - Hitachi - IHI - JCB
John Deere - Kobelco - Komatsu - Kubota - Mustang - New Holland - Takeuchi - Yanmar
RUBBER TRACKS & PARTS
WHY REPLACE RUBBER TRACKS
Cracks are appearing
on your tracks
As with most things, the exterior of your rubber track will begin to crack over time. Cracks can occur quickly when working on tough terrain, you scrape against walls and curbs when your machine is being operated in a high intensity work area. It is also important to park your machine away from direct sunlight whenever possible to prevent further wear from the heat. XRTS Rubber Tracks are have a reinforced designed with a heavy duty steel cord and metal core.Learn more about XRTS.
Your tracks keep
Like any steel and rubber products –a track stretches over time. You should be checking the tension of your tracks daily, or at least every few days.
You will notice the lack of tension on your tracks by lifting the track frame off the ground and checking the sag between the bottom track roller and the top of the track lug.
If the tension keeps slacking, allowing the track to jump off the under carriage, then do not over compensate by tightening it past the manufacturers recommendations. This just creates a whole different problem. Take your machine to a local rubber track dealer Tire Solutions in order to get the most out of your rubber tracks and machine life. Loss of tension will occur over time and we can blame that on the sun’s heat, the idler extending too far and the track tensioner (little grease or hydraulic ram that pushes the idler out to create tension) which can have a tiny leak that causes it to lose tension.