How to find a rubber track size for replacement?
Are you looking for a rubber track for your mini excavator, mini digger, skid steer or other vehicle? Here is a quick and simple guide to help you identify the rubber track size that will fit your machine. There are three possible ways for you to find the correct aftermarket rubber track.
The easiest way is to use the SEARCH YOUR RUBBER TRACK. By entering the make and the model of your machine, the search engine will automatically propose you the perfect rubber track measure.
Alternatively, to receive the appropriate replacement rubber track, you need to know the following information: the track width (mm), the pitch (mm) and the number of links (#).
You can get these measurements by reading the markings on the existing rubber track that indicate the size. They should be stamped on the rubber along the inside of the track. If these information are not available, grab a measure tape and take these three measurement:
1. Measure the width of the track in millimetres;
2. Measure the distance from the centre of one link to the centre of the next link (in millimetres). This is known as the track pitch distance.
Caution! The links are at the bottom of this image.
3. Count the number of links. This is the quantity of pairs of links on the inside of the track.
Mark one of the links off and then count each link around the total circumference of the track until returning back to the link which was marked. Links are also known as drive lugs or teeth.
Once you have these information, enter them in search your rubber track on the top of the page, and buy the perfect track among our rubber tracks.
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