We carry an extensive range of track shoes, and selecting the correct shoe for your machine is an important part of minimizing your undercarriage expenses.
Ideally, choose the narrowest shoe possible that still allows for adequate floatation. This helps minimize internal wear on pins and brushes (due to the additional leverage of wide plates), requires less power to turn, and reduces the likelihood of bent or cracked shoes.
Track shoes come in different thicknesses, depending on the application of the machine. Moderate service shoes (MS) are suited to low-to-medium impact conditions. Extreme service shoes (ES) are ideal for use where moderate service shoes would experience high rates of wear.