Takeuchi have always had a record of innovation and their current fleet of rubber track vehicles remain great options for any business, whether agricultural, small industry or manufacturing. A big part of a Takeuchi vehicle is the quality of their rubber tracks, and owners of their skid steer and loaders will need to replace these every few years. When that day comes, Skid Heaven has you covered.
Takeuchi Rubber Tracks for PosiTrack Multi Terrain Loaders and Skid Steers
It’s a fact of operating a skid steer or loader that your rubber tracks will wear down – sometimes without you knowing. Finding time to maintain your vehicle and look at how your tracks are working is essential, but it is admittedly hard to undertake with the various pressures of owning a business. Track stretching, and maintenance problems of their ilk can become a problem even for the most vigilant of business owners, creating downtime and inefficiency for the business. This means losing money; replacing your tracks halts this process.
With that cash saving in mind, it’s important to get a good deal when you do decide to look for replacement parts. Skid Heaven understand this, and we want to help you make your vehicle maintenance easy and cost-effective. We know that we can provide brilliant service when it comes to Takeuchi tracks, and for good reason.
The knowledge and advice you will receive with every sale is sourced not from received wisdom but from real-life experience of handling and deploying high quality tracks. We have real working experience and know that downtime is bad news for your business; to minimize it, our shipping is fast to make sure any breaks in your work are as short as possible, and our customer service is tailored to your needs from start to finish.
Skid Heaven is also able to provide all of the information required to use our warranty and that provided by track manufacturers, which you can find here.
Can’t Find Your Takeuchi Rubber Tracks Model?
There may be times when you can’t find exactly what you need in our online catalog. Whether that’s due to size differences or patterning, this isn’t a problem. In these situations, please head online to request a quote, or to call on 952-260-2760.
Don’t You Have Cash For a New Takeuchi Rubber Tracks?
Takeuchi tracks are built to last. They pay for themselves over their lifetime, but they do have an upfront cost. For business owners this can sometimes be prohibitive, with finance being the only option; at the same time, you may feel nervous or scared of taking out finance. The reality is that finance is a very common thing for business, and we want to help normalize that process so you can make the upgrades you need. Skid Heaven provide a transparent process for obtaining financing via our own financing solutions. We’ve developed very favorable terms for businesses and a process where we’re with you every step of the purchase. Finance is nothing to be scared or ashamed of, and we want to help you succeed with your business.
If you can’t find what you need, please just request a quote or give us a call. We’re sure that we can provide you with the equipment you need.
Takeuchi make innovative machines but their maintenance is often fairly simple. This applies to tracks, too, and we’ve hoped to answer a few commonly asked questions about track fitting:
1. How to install rubber tracks on a Takeuchi
Fitting a track is relatively straightforward. You will need the right equipment, much of which will be at home in your business, and the knowledge of what pressure and tension readings you should be getting from your vehicle. If you want to read the complete guide, you can do so here.
2. How to change rubber tracks on Takeuchi
Removing an old track safely is a case of working in reverse from installation, but also cleaning, to remove any built up grease or dirt. It’s important to dispose of your old tracks responsibly, too. If you want to read the complete guide, you can do so here.
3. How To Find Or Measure Rubber Track Sizes For Takeuchi Replacement Rubber Tracks
Measure your tracks up by obtaining four measurements: track width, lug pitch, track gauge and a count of the link quantity. If you have difficulty, look for serial codes and other manufacturer marks to help guide you. If you want to read the complete guide, you can do so here.