New All-Season Bar Track from Bobcat

New All-Season Bar Track from Bobcat

Multi-bar design feature non-marking tread and all-season grip for compact and mini loaders.

Getting a grip on winter and slick surfaces is the aim of Bobcat's new replacement track for compact and mini track loaders.

The all-season non-marking track features a multi-lug rubber construction to provide a smooth, soft ride while gripping with the double offset tread pattern. The new tread also reduces vibration and extends the life of the machine's undercarriage. The belted tracks are designed to carry the full load of the machine while running at maximum engine capacity.

Bobcat's new non-marking multi-bar lug rubber track makes a good replacement "shoe" for compact track loaders and mini track loaders.

The track is available in non-marking rubber and in non-marking orange for select models. Also, the non-marking rubber compound won't leave black rubber marks on hard surfaces such as concrete. Replacements are available for the following machines: T180, T190, T200, T630, T650, T250, T300, T320, T770 and T8870, along with the MT50 and MT52 mini track loaders.

For more information and pricing on the new replacement tracks, visit www.bobcat.com/rubbertracks.

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