Buying Replacement Rubber Tracks

Buying Replacement Rubber Tracks for Compact Equipment

Choosing the right replacement rubber tracks for your Bobcat compact track loader may seem confusing because there are so many brands and styles available. However, finding the perfect tracks that fit your machine comes down to three essential factors: durability, performance, and value.

You will find all the three crucial factors in the Camso SD and HXD. They are designed to offer exceptional durability, performance, and value for your Bobcat. Read on to learn more about these rubber tracks and a few common questions about how to select the right ones for your equipment.

Top Three Features of Camso Rubber Tracks

Camso SD and HXD offer many features that make operating your Bobcat easier and more cost-effective. Here are a few qualities that make them the top choice for Bobcat owners:

Superior Traction

Camso SD and HXD rubber tracks provide better traction because they have different and unique tread patterns. The SD is an all-weather, all-terrain rubber track that provides high-performance regardless of mud, soil, or snow on your job site. The H pattern tread on the HXD tracks provides better dirt and mud traction than traditional block-style treads.

Extended Life

Camso rubber tracks have a unique design, which can help improve their longevity. This indicates they require fewer replacements than other brands and allow you to have more savings in the long run.

Less Vibration

The Camso range of products offers a smoother ride with less vibration. Their unique tread pattern allows them to function smoothly and increases the lifespan of your Bobcat’s undercarriage. The smooth ride also helps to make operation easier on the operator.

Frequently Asked Questions about Buying Rubber Tracks

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Choosing the right replacement rubber tracks for excavators and skid steers is crucial to ensure high performance and safety. This is why it helps to consider details such as the configuration, rubber compound, pitch, and more so that you can select the perfect tracks for your machine. Here is a list of few commonly asked questions about purchasing rubber tracks for compact equipment to help you make an informed decision.

What Track Size or Number Should I Buy?

The details regarding the track number or size are generally stamped on the inside of every rubber track. It is universal information that usually applies to most products. However, suppliers may have unique numbering methods, which is why it helps to ask them about track compatibility with your machine. The ideal way to buy tracks is to ensure that they are in proper alignment with your skid steer or excavator.

What Should I Do If I Do Not Have the Rubber Track Details?

If you do not know the details about the track number or size and where to look for the information, you can still buy the right products that perfectly fit your machine. Experienced suppliers can help you get the right replacement rubber tracks for your equipment if you provide them with information about the brand and model.

Are There Any Exceptions?

Although a supplier can help choose the right product in most cases, there are a few exceptions. With some machine models, you need to be specific about the track details. For example:

  • CAT 305 Excavators use 84 link rubber tracks
  • CAT 303C Excavators are typically equipped with 90 link rubber tracks

In such instances, you may end up choosing the wrong track without the proper information about their size. It helps to get a closer look at the compliance plate on your equipment because it has all the details about the machine model number.

How Many Replacement Rubber Tracks Should I Buy?

Although it may seem obvious, most customers are not aware of whether they should replace all the tracks at once or separately. The answer depends on the performance and condition of your machine and the rubber tracks. It is best to purchase replacement tracks for skid steers and excavators if you find any indications of wear and tear on them. This may include cracks, missing lugs, problems with sprockets, worn treads, a deteriorating guide rail, and more.

Our Inventory Includes Rubber Tracks for Many Major Brands

We carry a wide range of excavator and skid steer rubber tracks for equipment from top manufacturers, including Bobcat, CAT, CASE, John Deere, Kubota, New Holland, Komatsu, Gehl, and more. Our experts will discuss your needs and provide reliable advice to help you choose the right products.

We Carry an Extensive Selection of Camso HXD and SD Tracks

Camso rubber tracks are known for high functionality, superior design, high performance, and cost-efficiency. They feature single-cure technology, an advanced rubber compound, a heavy-duty carcass, and a track guard iron core. With Camso tracks, you will get exceptional warranties and 20 to 50 percent more service life than standard rubber tracks. We place the utmost importance on customer satisfaction, which is why we offer Camso rubber tracks to our customers.

Camso designs and produces OEM quality rubber tracks for the entire lineup of Bobcat Compact Track Loader models. Our inventory includes the following:


You can check out the comparison chart to get the best products and value for your money when replacing Bobcat tracks.

We Can Help You Choose the Right Replacement Tracks

Right Replacement Tracks

If you are looking to buy replacement rubber tracks for your compact Bobcat loader, Tag Equipment can help! We carry high-quality products for all makes and models and will assist you with finding the perfect tracks for your equipment.

If you have any questions about choosing replacement rubber tracks for your skid steer or excavator, call our experts at 416-716-5850. You can also fill out our online form for more information.

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