Trojan Tracks makes durable and reliable rubber tracks, solid skid steer tires, and wear parts for skid steers/compact track loaders, mini excavators, directional drills, crawler dumpers, and other equipment by Bobcat, Boxer, Case, Caterpillar, Ditch Witch, Gehl, IHI, JCB, John Deere, Hitachi, Komatsu, Kubota, Morooka, Mustang, New Holland, Takeuchi, Terex, Toro Dingo, Volvo, Yanmar, and more.

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Trojan Tracks rubber tracks are designed to exact OEM specifications for a seamless match to your machine, and offer the peace of mind provided by an industry-leading Hassle-Free 2 Year Warranty.

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Mini Excavator Undercarriage Parts

Trojan Tracks carries a wide variety of mini excavator undercarriage replacement parts for all the major brands: Bobcat, Case, Caterpillar, Daewoo, Hitachi, IHI, JCB, John Deere, Komatsu, Kubota, New Holland, Takeuchi, Volvo, Yanmar, and more. All our mini excavator aftermarket undercarriage parts are backed by our Hassle-Free 2 Year Warranty.

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Mini Excavator Rollers

  • Trojan Tracks mini excavator track rollers feature forged shells and shafts that are specially manufactured with high quality seals to prevent dirt from contaminating machinery and causing premature failure. 

Mini Excavator Sprockets

  • Trojan Tracks mini excavator sprockets are built to OEM specifications. Our surface hardening techniques ensure Trojan Tracks mini excavator parts will outlast the competition and reduce your machinery downtime.

Mini Excavator Idlers

  • Trojan Tracks mini excavator idlers help reduce vibration to create a smooth ride for the operator. Our mini excavator idlers, or rear rollers, are built of forged steel for long life.

 

Compact Track Loader Undercarriage Parts 

Trojan Tracks carries a wide variety of CTL undercarriage replacement parts for all the major brands: ASV, Bobcat, Case, Caterpillar, Gehl, Hyundai, JCB, John Deere, Komatsu, Mustang, New Holland, Sunward, Takeuchi, Thomas, and more. All our Compact Track Loader aftermarket undercarriage parts are backed by our Hassle-Free 2 Year Warranty.

 

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CTL Rollers 

  • Trojan Tracks CTL rollers feature forged shells and shafts that are specially manufactured with high quality seals to prevent dirt from contaminating machinery and causing premature failure. Trojan Tracks CTL track rollers include: 
    • Bobcat T190 Roller
    • Bobcat T250/T300 Roller
    • CASE 445 CT/450 CT Roller
    • CAT 279C/289C/299C CTL Roller
    • John Deere CT322/CT332 Roller
    • New Holland C175/185/190 LT185B/LT190B Roller

CTL Sprockets 

  • Trojan Tracks CTL sprockets adhere to OEM specifications. By utilizing the latest technology in surface hardening and machining, Trojan Tracks CTL sprockets are built to outlast the competition and keep your machinery up and running. Trojan Tracks CTL sprockets include:
    • Bobcat T190 Sprocket
    • Bobcat T190 Sprocket w/ Adaptor
    • Bobcat T250/T300 Sprocket
    • CASE 445 CT/450 CT Sprocket
    • CAT 279C/289C/299C CTL Sprocket
    • John Deere CT322 Sprocket
    • John Deere CT322D/CT332D Sprocket
    • John Deere CT332 Sprocket
    • New Holland LT185B/LT190B Sprocket

CTL Idlers 

  • Trojan Tracks CTL idlers help reduce vibration to create a smooth, comfortable ride for the operator. Our CTL idlers, or rear rollers, are built of forged steel for long life. Trojan Tracks CTL idlers include:
    • Bobcat 864 Front Idler
    • Bobcat T140/180/190/250/300 Front Idler
    • Bobcat T140/180/190/250/300 Rear Idler
    • CAT 279C/289C/299C Front Idler
    • CAT 279C/289C/299C Rear Idler
    • John Deere CT322/CT332 Front/Rear Idler
    • New Holland C175/185/190 LT185B/190B Front Idler
    • New Holland C175/185/190 LT185B/190B Rear Idler

..and that's just a partial list of our most popular requests. If you do not see your machine listed, please give us a call at 1-877-307-3298 (USA) or 1-855-514-8833 (Canada).

Benefits of Rubber Tracks vs Steel Tracks 

Machinery such as mini excavators can be outfitted with rubber tracks or steel tracks, or even a hybrid of the two, with rubber pads bolted to steel tracks. Your jobsite, application, and machine will dictate which type of track you need, but here are some considerations to keep in mind:

 

  • APPLICATIONS
    Rubber tracks are ideal on grass or dirt, but in wet or muddy conditions, you’ll need a more aggressive tread pattern to avoid getting stuck; steel tracks offer more traction, especially on hills or uneven surfaces, but they leave their mark on almost every surface, even concrete.

 

  • COST
    Rubber tracks are much more affordable than steel tracks, but they aren’t as durable, so they need to be replaced more often.

 

  • LESS GROUND DAMAGE
    Rubber tracks cause less damage than steel tracks on roads, lawns, and fields, especially in wet or soft terrain.

 

  • LOW NOISE
    Compared to the loud clattering of steel tracks, rubber tracks are more neighbor-friendly.

 

  • HIGHER SPEEDS
    Rubber tracks reduce vibration, so they can be driven faster than steel tracked-machinery.

 

  • INCREASED DRIVER COMFORT
    Rubber tracks produce a far more comfortable ride than steel tracks, reducing operator fatigue.

 

  • VIBRATION REDUCTION
    Lower vibration invariably leads to longer machinery life, and reduced lifetime maintenance costs.

 

  • LOW GROUND PRESSURE
    With ground pressure as low as 0.14-0.30kg/cm2, rubber tracks are ideal for wet or soft terrain.

 

Benefits of Rubber Tracks vs. Tires

 

  • APPLICATIONS
    Rubber tracks are ideal where ground disturbance must be kept to a minimum, such as landscaping or construction work around homes. Tires offer more precise steering, so they excel where tight cornering is important. Also, tires usually perform better than rubber tracks in the snow, unless you choose an aggressive rubber track tread designed for use in the snow.

 

  • FLOTATION & STABILITY 
    Rubber tracks distribute a machine's weight more evenly than tires, so they offer better flotation and stability, especially on sand or mud, or any soft or wet surface.

 

  • TRACTION
    A skid steer outfitted with rubber tracks gets superior traction because it has more footprint making contact with the ground, enabling it to pull twice the load of a skid steer equipped with rubber tires, except in snow (see above).

 

Solid Skid Steer Tires vs. Pneumatic Tires

 

  • SOLID VS INFLATED
    Trojan Tracks "flat-proof" solid tires last up to 4x longer than traditional, inflated tires, and are available in both tread and smooth configurations.

 

  • COST
    Pneumatic tires may be inexpensive compared to rubber tracks, but they also don't last anywhere near as long. If you opt for tires over tracks, choose "flat-proof" solid tires, which last 4x longer than pneumatic tires. Solid skid steer tires are made with dense rubber compounds for rigid tire structure and added weight, which not only makes them impossible to puncture, but improves stability in almost any terrain.

 

Questions? 

If you have any questions about rubber tracks vs. steel tracks, or solid skid steer tires vs. pneumatic tires, please call one of our friendly product experts at 1-877-307-3298 (USA) or 1-855-514-8833 (Canada).

 

Contact Us

Trojan Tracks
Suite 209-1280 Boulevard Way
Walnut Creek, CA 94595, USA
USA toll-free: 1-877-307-3298
Canada toll-free: 1-855-514-8833
Fax: 707-361-0153
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