Rubber Tracks

Replacement Rubber Tracks For Tractors and Heavy Equipment in Central Illinois

In addition to agricultural tires, D&D Service Center is your local leader for rubber tracks. We carry rubber tracks for your tractors, combines, excavators, skid steers, and other heavy equipment from some of the most respected brands in the business. Some of them include Camso, Kubota Caterpillar, Komatsu, Volvo, Bobcat, John Deere, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, and much more!

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Agricultural Rubber Tracks

Replacing your rubber tracks with quality products helps keep your track loaders and excavators maintaining their optimal performance. Our tracks are designed to be able to fit every equipment machine, regardless of the brand and have a variety of different tread patterns – giving you options for what is more ideal for you. Need help deciding what rubber track would work best for your land? We have friendly and knowledgeable staff available to help! Every rubber track we offer is designed for performance and durability. However, no product is indestructible. Agricultural machines are exposed to incredible forces, tremendous strain, and coarse ground daily. The pure nature of construction work is an incredibly strenuous task, which makes it understandable how equipment is susceptible to wear and tear.

D&D Service Center has agricultural rubber tracks for your:

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Rubber Track Benefits

If you ask any farmer whether rubber tracks or tires are better for their production and efficiency, you tend to get answers on all sides of the spectrum. In other words, this is their version of comparing apples and oranges. Ultimately, it depends on your preference. However, it is important to note the distinct benefits that rubber tracks offer as opposed to tires. The number one reason why rubber tracks seem to be more beneficial than tires? Wet conditions. When you don’t have a choice and need to be out in the field, you can find more reliability with tracks than tires. You want as much rubber surface on the ground as possible because that’s what helps reduce the risk of sinking, rubber tracks provide more surface than tires do. Flotation and spinning are the two things to worry about when operating in wet conditions. Spinning tires will bury your tires regardless of how many you have. Rubber tired tractors operate with a 10 percent slippage whereas tracks can function with only five percent.

Typically, a tractor with tracks instead of tires tends to be more costly, but it performs better in wet conditions due to its mobility. In transport, tracks move slower and cover less ground, so if you are operating and having to move from field to field – tires might be your best bet.

Whether you are looking for performance in muddy conditions or a more cost-effective option, D&D Service Center has a vast selection of rubber tracks for your agricultural vehicles to maximize performance and production. For more information, stop by for a visit or contact us today!