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Typical types of wear to track rollers:
- Excessive side flange wear: This type of wear can be caused by misalignment or excessive slackness in the chain.
- Top flange deformation with separation of material: This can be caused by contact of the link pin boss, or due to the chain sliding over the flanges because of exceptional snaking of the chain.
Typical types of wear to carrier rollers:
- Excessive flange side wear: This is often caused by hillside operation, special offset grousers and incorrect alignment.
- Flat spots slash irregular wear: This is often caused by material packing under the top carrier and restricting its rotation.
Typical types of wear to front idlers:
- Excessive flange side wear: This can be caused by a number of factors, including: soil conditions, hillside operations, and excessive turning. Other factors include: roller alignment, chain tension, and tread conditions.
- Top flange wear: This is ordinarily caused by packing material under the rail, or excessive idler tread wear.
- Tread cracking and spalding: This can be caused by high dynamic loads due to heavy working conditions, or by excessive wear of the idler. Chain condition can also be a contributing factor.