Posted on Feb 26th 2016
You'll notice that we have included the rubber track size within the title of or product listings. This is to be used as a reference so that you can confirm your track size on your machine before you buy to help assure you receive the right track the first time and to avoid unnecessary shipping expenses.
You'll notice that the numbers will read similar to this:
The first number represents the track WIDTH in millimeters. The second number represents the PITCH, the distance between each link "center to center". And the last number states the total number of LINKS in that track.
You may also see a letter, such as a "A" or "B" if it's a Excavator track. That letter states the guide width as being either "Narrow (A)" or "Wide (B)".
If your looking at a Compact Track Loader track it may represent the tread style, for example "AT", which is our Turf Friendly Multi-Bar Track.
All prices are in USD