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CAT Skid Steer Rubber Tracks

Updated on August 20, 2014

Brands of skid steer machines

These skid steers are manufactured from many different manufactures such as: Bobcat, Volvo, LiuGong, Komatsu, Wacker Neuson, Terex, John Deere, Gehl, Caterpillar, Hyundai, JLG, Case, JCB and New Holland.

Skid steers use solid tires, rubber tracks and over the tire rubber tracks.

CAT Skid Steer Rubber Tracks

CAT Skid Steer Rubber Tracks are popular for the 259B, 279C CTL, 279C2, 289C CTL, 289C2, 299C CTL and the 299C.

There are 3 CAT skid steer rubber track sizes that are available:
259B 320x86x53
279C CTL, 289C CTL and 299C CTL are 450x86x60

Recently CAT has introduced the 279C2, 289C and the 299C, using the rubber track size of 450x86x56

The track size numbering systems goes like this, 450x86x60: 450 is the Width of the track, the 86 is the Pitch of the track and the 60 is the links of the tracks, all dimensions are in millimeters.

The skid steer loader is generally a smaller machine, but a very useful piece of equipment to own.

Skid Steers turn by "skidding" or dragging it's fixed orientation wheels across the ground.

Morooka Rubber Track

Rubber Tracks for MST3300, 900MM wide tracks
Rubber Tracks for MST3300, 900MM wide tracks | Source

Morooka carrier rubber tracks

Morooka carrier rubber tracks for MST300VD, MST800VD, MST1500VD and MST2200VD are very large, for example the MST800 rubber track size is 600x100x80, and these tracks can start at a cost of $3999.00 USD for one.

Rubber Track Brands You Buy

What Ditch Witch Rubber Track Brands Do You Use For Your Equipment.

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Ditch Witch Rubber Tracks

Ditch Witch rubber tracks are available for over 30 Ditch Witch excavators, from the smaller JT520 with 180x72x39 rubber track size to the MX502 with 400x72.5x74 rubber tracks.

Ditch Witch machines have been around since 1949, built by The Charles Machine Works, Inc., and the machines where made for compact trenching, replacing the pick and shovel. The line of Ditch Witch now is a source for many more types of work including backhoes, compact utility machines, trenchers and more.

How To Measure Your Rubber Track Size

How To Measure Your Rubber Track Size

The industry standard for rubber tracks is Width, Pitch, Links. Measure the "Width" of your rubber tracks, usually in millimeters. Measure the "Pitch" the Center to Center distance of the lugs, usually measured in millimeters. Count the "Links", this is the number of total lugs. Record the rubber track measurements, call a rubber track company and ask for a quote, include your excavator Brand name and model, and they will know what’s best suited for your machine.

Measure the Width,Pitch and Count the rubber track links

Measure the width of your rubber tracks.
Measure the width of your rubber tracks. | Source
Measure the pitch of your rubber tracks
Measure the pitch of your rubber tracks
Count the links of your rubber tracks
Count the links of your rubber tracks


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