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136-5848 TX525 Wide Track - Bogey Driven
This is the premium replacement rubber track for many Toro Dingo compact track tool carrier machines. This track fits the following Toro Dingo Wide Track Models:
- Toro Dingo TX 425
- Toro Dingo TX 427 - Wide Track (we also sell the narrow version)
- Toro Dingo TX 525 - Wide Track (we also sell the narrow version)
This track is almost nine and a half inches wide and is considered the wide option for the Toro compact tool carriers. Order your Toro Dingo rubber tracks online for same-day shipping or pick them up at our Atlanta area warehouse. These tracks are small enough to be shipped in a box via FedEx Ground home or business delivery.
Make sure to frequently check your bottom rollers on your Toro Dingo. If your bottom rollers are out of line on your Dingo it will tear up the inside rubber track lugs quickly. Properly tensioning the rubber track and lining up your bottom rollers will extend the life span of your replacement Toro Dingo rubber tracks. If your drive lugs are chewed up from the side, that is a sure sign that the rollers are out of alignment. This track comes with twenty-eight drive lugs down the center of the track as you see here.
We also sell the Toro Narrow Track option as well as both track options for the TX 1000 models. Please call our customer service team if you have any questions.
This track is bogey-driven, not sprocket driven.
Alternate Part Numbers
- Toro Dealer Part Number: 100-8931, 136-5848
This rubber track (136-5848, 100-8931) is known to fit:
- Toro Dingo TX525
- Toro Dingo TX 427
- Toro Dingo TX 425
- Toro 22323
- Toro 223231G
Alternate Track Options
- 6-Inch Bogey Driven: 98-9800
These Toro tracks are small enough to ship via FedEx ground in individual boxes. Our aftermarket Toro® tracks are backed by the factory with a standard warranty against manufacturing defects. Our tracks are high quality, steel cord reinforced with a long proven history of high quality. We always suggest checking your tensioner for fatigue when you install your new tracks. If your tracks skip after installation, then that is an indication of a fatigued track tensioner that needs to be replaced for proper track tensioning.
It is common for the tensioner to wear at a similar rate as the rubber tracks, so if your track appears to be jumping off after installing the new track then you need to replace your tensioner. Sometimes with your older and fatigued track, the tensioner is not noticeable, but when you put the new heavy-duty version on your machine the tensioner is not capable of maintaining tension.