HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR TRACKS 

PLEASE ENSURE YOU CHECK THE DIMENSIONS CAREFULLY

- INNER RAIL mm
- OUTER RAIL mm
- RAIL HEIGHT mm
- PITCH (STEEL PIN CENTRE TO CENTRE) mm 
L - NUMBER OF LUGS (STEEL PINS)
- TRACK WIDTH mm

If you require any additional information, please don't hesitate to contact us.

 

 

ENSURING THEY ARE THE CORRECT FIT

60% OF TRACK FAILURES ARE A RESULT OF AN INCORRECT FIT

Internal Running Roller Offset – The wrong offset results in a rough ride and ultimately cord damage due to oscillation

Rail Height – The wrong height can lead to the weight being carried at the outer flange directly onto the steel geaving and eventually damage the cord cover

Rail Width – The wrong rail width will cause the track to float in excess side clearance to the roller, sprocket and idler centre guide and possibly lead to track dislodgement

See our Installation Guide for more information on how to correctly fit your tracks  

 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR TRACKS  

OUR TIPS FOR MAINTAINING YOUR UNDERCARRIAGE

• Maintain the correct tension at all times
• Check your undercarriage for wear which may affect the life of your tracks
• Avoid working in rock or demolition sites which may cause damage to your tracks
• Avoid working on oily surfaces, clean tracks immediately if unpreventable
• Minimise sun exposure as much as possible
• Avoid making sharp or fast turns, especially on uneven terrain

For more information, contact your local ITR Branch today on 1300 820 214

 

COMMON REASONS WHY TRACKS FAIL 

OUR TRACK EXPERTS CAN BE TRUSTED TO GIVE AN HONEST ASSESSMENT OF ANY PREMATURE FAILURES

 

Chris says "a loose cleat has caused this seperation, this is a manufacturing fault. We would expect less than 100 hours with this defect."

 

POOR RUBBER COMPOUND

TRACK RUBBER TOO SOFT FOR WORK ON BITCHUMEN 

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