Clamp On Style Pad

Rubber pads are never intended for off road use and manufacturers do identify their pads to pavement insulators only. Also due to supply and demand, stocks are always where it pays to plan ahead. The standard tin back pad used by most after market manufacturers will delaminate from the tin backing if used in wet sandy or wet soil or clay conditions. This is caused my the hydraulic pressure of the material being forced through the mud ejection holes of the grouser plate, directly into the bolt cut away holes in the pad and directly to the back of the rubber surface. Clamp on type pad is stronger due to no tin backing plate and again more suitable to wet mud conditions.

Road Liners


Clip On Pads


Identifying the correct pad

Our installation experts will install the pads 

Caring for your rubber tracks

Maintain correct tension at all times

Check undercarriage components for wear which may affect rubber track life

Avoid working in rock/ demolition sites which may cause track damage

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

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