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AWJ Services
11-20-2012, 08:44 AM
http://www.rubbertracksusa.com/

Anyone used them? There wharehouse is local too me.

muddywater
11-22-2012, 06:46 PM
http://www.rubbertracksusa.com/

Anyone used them? There wharehouse is local too me.

I have bought several from rubbertrax.com. They are located in conyers,ga. I usually put them on machines I am reselling so can't say how good they are. But I think they are going to be the cheapest. I think they are going to run about about 1100-1200 per side on a tl140. They are good place to buy undercarriage parts from as well. Sprockets usually cost me around $250 per.

AWJ Services
11-23-2012, 02:23 PM
2 Wharehouse for tracks within 10 minutes of each other. one of the owners of Lasheley tractor owns the company I asked about.

muddywater
11-23-2012, 02:50 PM
Prob get there tracks from same supplier in china
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AWJ Services
11-23-2012, 04:11 PM
Prob get there tracks from same supplier in china
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I know the one I asked about does.

JDSKIDSTEER
11-27-2012, 04:16 AM
I use to sell a LOT of rubbetracks but they would not make up a bad one so I only use them if other suppliers are out. Other suppliers have treated me better when their tracks have failed.Their loss.

JDSKIDSTEER
11-27-2012, 04:21 AM
I keep two grades of tracks....If you can afford it Complast bought out Solid Deal and they offer 18 mo 1500 hour warranty on their premium tracks.....i am a stocking dealer and under normal conditions these have held up much better than other brands. Check with your local Solid Deal dealer....Put their tracks next to the other brands and you can see the difference.

AWJ Services
11-28-2012, 06:16 PM
I keep two grades of tracks....If you can afford it Complast bought out Solid Deal and they offer 18 mo 1500 hour warranty on their premium tracks.....i am a stocking dealer and under normal conditions these have held up much better than other brands. Check with your local Solid Deal dealer....Put their tracks next to the other brands and you can see the difference.

Well got my dealers contact info from Camoplast and as of yet no return call from Dealer. Leaves a sour enough taste in my mouth to put them on the Blacklist.

1idejim
12-04-2012, 12:56 PM
I am dealing with a track issue with a major dealership right now.

Regardless of the outcome i will post the issue, time frame and the treatment i receive.
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JDSKIDSTEER
12-09-2012, 08:23 AM
Well got my dealers contact info from Camoplast and as of yet no return call from Dealer. Leaves a sour enough taste in my mouth to put them on the Blacklist.
Well bad quality tracks put a bad taste in my mouth and these have been the best as of now....Funny how all the companies I have used start out good and then cheapen their tracks.......Don't know how long Comoplast will be quality...I use to push old Soliid Deal and that bit me in the butt.

AWJ Services
12-09-2012, 09:03 AM
Well bad quality tracks put a bad taste in my mouth and these have been the best as of now....Funny how all the companies I have used start out good and then cheapen their tracks.......Don't know how long Comoplast will be quality...I use to push old Soliid Deal and that bit me in the butt.

That sure is the truth. It seems like companies that stand behind there product are getting harder and harder too come by.

I have not purchased them yet so I am still in the shopping mode.LOL My machine does not get used alot as of late so I have some time.

1idejim
12-24-2012, 01:33 PM
I am dealing with a track issue with a major dealership right now.

Regardless of the outcome i will post the issue, time frame and the treatment i receive.
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Trying to do business locally i bought a set of tracks from Les Schwab in 09.

At the time i ordered them i made it clear that i was storing for future use. I pulled the machine in with me and they checked the numbers and looked at the tracks so there would be no mistakes.

Well, i needed to replace the tracks on a job, in the mountains this past July. They didn't fit. Go figure.

Call after call, the replacements on back order. Today a full refund.

Even though it took a lot of time, Les Schwab did stand up to the plate.
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Digdeep
12-24-2012, 05:31 PM
Trying to do business locally i bought a set of tracks from Les Schwab in 09.

At the time i ordered them i made it clear that i was storing for future use. I pulled the machine in with me and they checked the numbers and looked at the tracks so there would be no mistakes.

Well, i needed to replace the tracks on a job, in the mountains this past July. They didn't fit. Go figure.

Call after call, the replacements on back order. Today a full refund.

Even though it took a lot of time, Les Schwab did stand up to the plate.
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Isn't Les Schwab a truck/car tire chain out West similar to Midas or Tires Plus? Seems odd to buy tracks for a piece of construction equipment there.

1idejim
12-24-2012, 10:44 PM
Isn't Les Schwab a truck/car tire chain out West similar to Midas or Tires Plus? Seems odd to buy tracks for a piece of construction equipment there.

You can buy almost any rubber tire or track from them. They have many resources at their disposal.

You have to remember that they're based in Or. where there a pile of logging and farming operations.

My brother-N-law buys all of his rubber from them, from p/u tires to 8640 tires.

My tracks are for a 320 bobcat mini-ex
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koster_irrigation
01-03-2013, 07:53 PM
I bought from them a few years back with no issues

Other than normal wear