Rubbertrax is the largest aftermarket replacement rubber track dealer for Toro Dingo compact track tool carrier machines. This track is known as part number 121-4591 or 136-5845 from your original dealer.
The Toro TX-1000 model had some changes in production so now Toro refers to the TX-1000 models as the "Narrow Track" and "Wide Track" options, however that is not enough information when you are looking for your replacement tracks. They are two entirely different undercarriages so you have one that is driven by a steel sprocket versus this track that we have listed which is bogey driven with thirty-seven drive lugs.
Here is an example of the solid rubber drive lugs. 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 like you see here.
This track fits the Toro Dingo TX 1000 model. This is referred to as the wide track option for the Dingo series and measures almost nine and a half inches wide. We also carry the narrow 6 1/4 Inch wide tracks for your TX 1000 bogey driven undercarriage.
If you are looking for the 150 wide track with steel embedded lugs, we carry that under part number 138-0186 and it has sixty-seven drive links.
Purchase your Toro tracks here at our online store or give us a call to process your order over the phone. Our aftermarket Toro® tracks are backed by the factory against manufacturing defects. Our tracks are high quality, steel cord reinforced with a long history of great quality. Tread patterns may vary so please specify if your tread pattern choice is specific for your needs.