Rubber Tracks

Quality Matters

Be careful of what tracks you purchase. Many rubber tracks on the market today are thin and weak. Just like your car tyres, thin tread means the rubber wears quickly making it vulnerable to cuts and splits. Thin tracks have thin steel bands inside which snap easily under constant work pressures. Add these factors together - you have a guaranteed short life span of the tracks and you've wasted your money.  

Our rubber tracks are built to last. 

With a thick tread, supported by a thick,  continuous steel band inside, you know you will get the best possible life out of your tracks. We have been using the same track supplier, Henan General Machinery, for over 15 years and we stand by the quality we sell. There is generally very little price different between thin tracks and ours. Many of our customers had tried other tracks, but complain they failed just outside of warranty and end up coming back to purchase ours.

The most common brands of machines we sell tracks for are: Aichi, Airmann, Atlas, Bobcat, Case, Caterpillar, Chikusui, Cormidi, Daewoo, Ditch Witch, Doosan, Dynapac, Furukawa, Hinowa, Hitachi, IHI, JCB, Kobelco, Komatsu, Kubota, Leo, Mitsubishi, Morooka, Mustang, Neuson, New Holland, Nissan, Sumitomo, Sunward, Takehuchi, Terex, Vermeer, Volvo, Yanmar and Yuchai

Quality rubber tracks with heavy tread and thick, continuous steel bands

Quality rubber tracks with heavy tread and thick, continuous steel bands