Rubber Track Styles
Wide or Narrow Tracks?
Most compact track loaders can be outfitted with either wide or narrow tracks.
- If you want to minimize ground disturbance on your worksite, choose wider tracks. Wider tracks also increase your loader’s flotation, making them ideal for working in softer soils, like mud or sand.
- Narrower tracks are a good choice when you need increased traction or force and when flotation is less of a concern. Choose narrow tracks when operating in slippery or icy conditions, or when trying to maximize your loader’s push force on a firm surface.
This track offers the best durability as an all-season track that will last longer than other aftermarket tracks. The premium c-pattern provides superior traction in most conditions, such as dirt, mud, rock, & demolition scenarios. Not recommended for snow removal.
This track offers the best durability & traction all season long. The standard c-pattern provides the same traction as the premium c-pattern.
Multi-Bar Lug Pattern
This track offers extended wear life on hard, flat surfaces. Giving you an advantage in wet conditions, while reducing vibrations for a smooth ride.
Non Marking Multi-Bar
The Bobcat Orange Non-Marking tracks are made to prevent black marks on concrete, driveways, sidewalks, etc. These tracks are popular with landscaping & turf maintenance.
This track is recommended for use in extremely wet & muddy conditions. The stepped tread lug design offers improved clean out & operates smoothly for snow removal. Not recommended for demolition or turf.
The Hex pattern track is durable enough to work on gravel, but also turf friendly. This track design offers a smooth ride, while leaving a minimal footpring on grass & lawns. A great option for landscaping, best on turf or sandy conditions. Not recommended for exremely wet conditions.
The H-pattern track is a good multi-application solution. Designed with an offset tread pattern that minimizes vibration & reduces undercarriage wear. This is a good option for general construction scenarios involving rock, concrete, mud, or sloped surfaces.