In both wet and soft conditions, rubber tracks provide your excavators with perfect traction and flotation. Used in various industries, rubber tracks are highly beneficial to run excavators in roadways and driveways of asphalt on which steel tracks are prone to cause severe damage. Available at Mojo Rubber Tracks, rubber tracks are not prone to break. But frequent use can cause wear and tear on these tracks and they get slip off over time. Once it happens, you would have to replace the track.
- On the hydraulic piston, find out the grease zerk in order to keep tension on one place.
- Rotate the bucket that requires replacement and push it down and lift the boom at one side. Position heavy-duty jack underneath.
- Unscrew the socket, socket wrench and grease zerk to ooze the grease out. Get the rubber track removed when the piston retracts gradually.
- Push the track on opposite side on the idler. Lift the metal rail inside with a lever in the idler.
- Insert grease in the zerk to tighten the track on the piston.
- Slowly remove the jack and let the excavator lowered on the ground.
- Call some helpers to replace the track because it is heavy.
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