Rubber tracks and wear parts are sold individually unless specified in the details. We offer free shipping across the USA when you order online and ship to a commercial address. *Some restrictions apply.
This non-marking (white) rubber track fits many drilling, boring, and mini dumper machines that are commonly used on repair and renovation jobs in existing buildings and arenas. White or gray appearance is a non-marking rubber compound that prevents leaving black streaks on the floor during operation. These non-marking white or gray-colored rubber tracks are highly recommended for indoor repair and finishing work.
This track is nine inches (230 mm) wide with 56 metal links. There are some options to the width of this track size so please check your machine prior to ordering and let us know if you have any questions.
We typically stock a ten-inch wide option for this track under track size 250x72x56. This is known as the original part number 362-1036 from the dealer. There may be optional tread patterns for this size so if tread pattern is important to your application, please specify at the time of ordering. We frequently stock this track in an optional non-marking rubber compound with a turf-friendly tread pattern for special job site applications. Call or chat with us online about any special tread pattern needs or rubber compounds that you need.
This rubber track (230 x 72 x 36) is guaranteed to fit:
Unfortunately, we do not currently carry aftermarket undercarriage parts for the directional drills so you can check with your local Ditch Witch® dealer for genuine original replacement sprockets, rollers, and idlers.
The directional tread pattern is the most common tread pattern for wide spread job site applications. Adequate traction with extra support for the guide system area where the rollers engage the track to prevent vibration and operator discomfort.
The universal design provides a curved tread that eliminates the deep grove between tread lugs and reduced the vibration on the machine and the operator. This tread pattern is designed to give you the traction you need and prevent operator fatigue.
The turf-friendly tread pattern is the most common for residential and delicate landscape areas. The smoother tread pattern reduces vibration overall on the machine and operator. This tread pattern is designed to limit damage to finished landscape areas.
The non-marking tread pattern is the most common for indoor and public venue jobs. This rubber compound prevents black streaks and scuffing on concrete and floor surfaces when you have to do work indoors. If you are doing repair work indoors often is is a great idea to keep a set of non-marking rubber tracks in stock.
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