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This is the premium aftermarket rubber track for the Takeuchi, Gehl, and Mustang track loaders. The track is the original equipment size specification eighteen inches wide (450 mm) with forty-eight metal links down the center of the track designed to replace Bridgestone: 19140-99520. The tread pattern is indicated exactly as shown in the picture but optional tread patterns are available upon request.
This rubber track is guaranteed to fit:
As you can see in the image the Takeuchi TL-10, TL-140, TL-240 track loader rollers travel along the outside of the guiding system where the track supports the roller with a forged steel guide piece. This results in a heavy-duty track system that cannot be cut or worn by rocks and debris from the job site. This is currently the only manufacturer that relies on this heavy-duty steel outside guide system in the construction industry. A majority of compact track loader track guiding systems have rubber on the outside guide, which is susceptible to cuts and premature wear.
Save money buying replacement maintenance parts and tracks online at Rubbertrax. When your rubber track is broken you can rely on us to have it in stock and ready to ship same-day to get you back up and running.
This track comes with a standard warranty against manufacturer defects. If sprockets are purchased and installed together with the tracks, you will maximize the lifespan of your rubber tracks. Always consider changing your sprockets and any worn undercarriage parts when you change your tracks. Rubber tracks and sprockets are designed to wear together and changing sprockets at any other time would reduce the lifespan of both the track and the sprocket. Other worn parts can affect the tensioning of the track and can cause de-tracking and other wear issues.
The off-set block tread pattern is the most general purpose tread pattern for widespread job site applications. Adequate traction with maximum floatation helps prevent damage to sensitive areas while still providing enough traction for typical job sites.
The off-set C tread pattern is common among original equipment manufactures because it gives significant forward traction and grip as well as extra traction provided by the C shaped pads when operating across a slope, even though that is not suggested practice.
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