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Buy premium aftermarket rubber tracks for Terex Construction compact track loaders. This is the turf-friendly version offered by Rubbertrax. This track is a straight bar pattern resembling the original track from the dealership. These tracks were engineered intentionally without steel reinforcement for lightweight characteristics. This is the replacement track for the original Terex part number 0702-441. This rubber track is guaranteed to fit models:
- Terex PT-50
- Terex PT-60
- Terex R-160T
- Terex R-190T
This is the track you need if you are operating in sensitive landscaping areas and need to avoid damaging the turf.
Alternate Part Numbers
- Terex Dealer Part Number: 0702-006, 0702-377
Non-Metal Core The track is the original width of fifteen inches with forty-two drive lugs down the center of the track. There are also forty-two guide lugs down the outside edge of the track. Recently factories have started using thin layers of steel cords to these tracks to add strength. Since the market demand is high for both aramid cord style and steel cord style, we carry both options for you to choose from. Let us know if you have a specific type you are interested in and we will get the exact track you want. We stand behind each version of these tracks with this same confidence.
Quality Terex Rubber Tracks
All of our Terex tracks are made with 100% new rubber which eliminates any bonding issues from casts making the tracks last longer without extensive cracking. Typically your standard track loader track on a steel undercarriage system will run for about 1000 hours, yet the ASV-type tracks have the potential to see 2000 if maintained and kept in the proper conditions. The way Terex machines are set up on average, track life can be 1500 to 2000 hours.
Terex PT50 PT60 Track Manufacturing
Terex machines are great for various types of terrain and multi-purpose use. The great thing about these track loaders is their ability to be so versatile on slopes and hills. A lot of this has to do with the balance of weight being distributed through the machine. Other track loaders have a huge amount of weight in the back of the machine, making it difficult to maneuver sideways on hills as well as get over the top of a slope upright. The other half of the versatility is the track itself. Our Terex-style tracks are all made with either tensile-like steel cords running throughout the rubber or an aramid-cord system performing the same concept of strength. These cords support the structure and integrity of the track, allowing the rubber track to conform to the terrain itself. This is going to give an immense amount of traction because of the flexibility of the track and allow the machine to work and go through environments that other machines will not be able to maneuver through.
All of our Terex tracks are made with 100% new rubber which eliminates any bonding issues from casts, making the tracks last longer without cracking. Typically your standard track loader track on a steel undercarriage system will run for about 1000 hours, yet the Terex-type tracks have the potential to see 2000 if maintained and kept in the proper conditions. The way Terex machines are set up on average, track life can be 1500 to 2000 hours. That being said, some ASV tracks have lasted over 4000 hours.
As you can see in the picture to the left, the tensile-like polyester mesh and the aramid cords are seen here are strategically placed throughout the rubber track. This will allow for flexibility and conformability to terrain when the track meets the ground. This forces the track to be bound together, not letting it stretch to help eliminate derailing. This track was in service for several hundred hours before we cut a sample section and you can see how perfectly aligned the cords are even after extensive time in the field.
The guide lug design varies from model to model. The 15-inch wide tracks that run on the Terex PT-50 and PT-60 series have a row of drive lugs down the center of the track plus a row of guide lugs on the outside that help keep the track from de-tracking from the machine. The drive lugs fall into the bogey drive wheel to drive the machine while the outside guide lugs simply hug the rollers and the undercarriage to keep the track straight.