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 the 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 effect 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 wide spread job site applications. Adequate traction with maximum floatation helps prevent damage to sensitive areas while still providing enough traction for typical job sites.
This tread pattern allows for maximum traction in a wide variety of applications including mud, snow, and slopes. The additional tread depth gives you more forward traction with just enough jagged zig zag edges to provide traction on a slide slope.
This Multi Bar tread pattern has become popular among many new Cat® compact track loaders. Although it has straight bars for traction, they are very close together which gives this tread pattern a more turf-friendly attribute. Many original manufacturers are suggesting this pattern for snow as well as general use.
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.
The turf-friendly is a newer option for rare cases when you are using a full sized track loader for finishing residential work or situations when minimal traction is required. This track minimizes vibration on the operator.
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