Top tips & ADVICE
Track width is typically measured in millimeters and is usually printed on the existing track. If not, you can measure the track width by measuring the distance between the two innermost points of the track.
The pitch of a rubber track is the distance between two adjacent track lugs, which is measured in millimeters. Pitch is important as the track’s pitch and width need to match up exactly to be compatible with your machine.
The number of links is the total number of metal lugs that make up the rubber track. This number should also match up with the existing track for the track to be compatible with your machine.
The machine’s brand and model can determine what sort of rubber track you need. Different models of machines may require specific tracks, so it’s essential to identify the correct track for your make and model.
Several types of rubber tracks are available, such as solid, non-marking, and anti-detracking. Consider the terrain and the type of vehicle you’re using before selecting a type of track.
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