True to their name, skid steers do exactly that, they ‘skid’ across surfaces when turning, because their wheels or tracks are in a fixed, straight line, and lack steering capability. While you may have the best skid steers, on certain types of terrain, such as heavy snow, wet, muddy ground, or even on a sandy surface, they won’t function as well as you need them to unless the tires or tracks are in tip top condition.
At STTC, we also have high quality rubber tracks for your skid steers. Like all our equipment, these skid steer tracks are designed to be heavy duty so they can extend the service life of your equipment while delivering top performance. They also come at a great price!
Skid steer tracks are an important component to keep your job site workhorse in good condition. Typically made of rubber, they provide incredible traction to ensure your vehicle doesn’t slip in the mud, sand or snow, and can power through the most difficult of situations. They offer several benefits:
We offer options to fit all makes and models. That includes products for your Caterpillar, Bobcat, Kubota, JCB, Mattson and John Deere equipment, among others.
Unsure of what is best for your equipment? Let our team answer your questions about skid steer tracks.
Check with the vehicle manufacturer to identify the proper sizing for your specific skid steer. Most will be 10 x 16.5, 12 x 16.5, or 14×17. These are based on the original pneumatic sizes.
Pricing depends on size, availability, and style. Single tracks may sell for around $500 to $800 each. It may also be possible to purchase them in sets for less. To find out the current pricing we offer, contact our team to learn more.
Several pattern options exist to ensure you can do the work you need to do, properly.
If you are looking for a specific track pattern based on what you are using now, reach out to us. We will do our best to find exactly what you need.
Traction is the primary factor when purchasing replacement tracks, as this prevents the equipment from sliding while in use. Also, consider the longevity and durability of any products selected. Fleet owners and operators sometimes assume that inexpensive or generic tracks may be ideal because they fit within the budget. While affordable options exist, it’s important not to sacrifice the safety, function and longevity of your equipment by installing poor quality products.