We supply tracks for almost any Track Loader on the market. Our mission is to provide the highest quality rubber track for the lowest possible price. New track sizes are being produced each quarter. Continue to check the website for updates.
One of the latest improvements in replacement tracks is what is known as Continuous Steel Cord Technology. Using Continous Steel Cords (CSC), as opposed to overlapping the steel cords at a single joint, provides up to 40% more strength in the track. Given proper use of the machine this can potentially extend the lifespan of your tracks and save your company considerable money over the years in replacement tracks alone. The truth is, there are tracks out there that still use the overlapping technology that even exceed the strength of the continuous steel cord tracks. When properly implemented the overlapping technology can be just as strong as the continuous steel cord. The CSC method was adopted by the Chinese factories many years ago to be able to compete with the supreme technology of the South Korean manufacturers. Rubbertrax, Inc offers both types of cord technologies and backs them by a warranty that will provide confidence to the end user. Talk to our sales team for more information. Some of our staff members have more than eight years of dedicated rubber track experience and we can discuss all the different types of track design and how it effects your business.
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Our most frequently asked question is “How do I find my track size?” There are several ways to find out which replacement track you need. First, check your existing track to see if the size is stamped into the rubber. It is usually very difficult to find the track size as it is common for the stamp to wear off during normal use. If you can”t find a track size stamped into the rubber then you can take three simple measurements that will determine which replacement track you need.
- Measure the width of the track in millimeters.
- Measure the distance from the center of one link to the center of the next link (in millimeters). This is commonly known as the pitch of the track.
- Count the number of links, or lugs all the way around the track
The measurement is read Width x Pitch x Links.