Measure the width of the track in millimeters or we can do the conversions for you. (1 inch = 25.4 millimeters)
Measure the distance from the top of the center of one link (metal piece that engages with the sprocket on the track) to the top of the center of the next link (in millimeters or we can do the conversions for you). This distance is known as the pitch of the track.
Count the total number of links (also called metal pieces or lugs) inside of the track.
The measurement of a track is Width x Pitch x Links.
If needed we can email or fax a track spec sheet for you to reference while gathering your measurement information.
Interchangeable Track Designs
Interchangeable guide type replacement tracks were originally designed for use on equipment with undercarriages designed for steel tracks but now most can interchange with rubber. Interchangeable type rubber tracks have pitch measurements (this is the distance from the center of one metal link to the center of the next metal link) of 47, 48, 48.5, 60, 52.5, 53, 54, 54.5, 55, 55.5, 56, 71, 72, 72.5, 75.5, 76, 81, 83.5, 92, 96 millimeters.
Conventional Track Designs
Conventional guide type replacement tracks are designed for use on equipment with undercarriages designed for rubber tracks. Conventional type tracks have pitch measurements (this is the distance from the center of one metal link to the center of the next metal link) of 60, 72, 84, 86, 87, 90, 100, 125 and 150 millimeters.
Rubber Track Tread Patterns and OEM Track Sizes
A wide range of track designs and track patterns are available for specific machine applications and working conditions. Ask one of our professional sales associates which patterns are available for your machine. Most of our common tread patterns can be found on both our Excavator Tracks and CTL Tracks page. Be sure to also visit our webpage showing a complete list of OEM Rubber Track Sizes.