HI guys, We have 2 skid steers with rubber tires. Here in this part of MD our soil is somewhat structured where we're able to get away with running rubber tire machines as opposed to tracked machines. HOWEVER, my company has been venturing into a segment of the demolition industry, and this venture is so far going quite well. Our demolition work is year round, so we're out in all sorts of weather conditions. I'm finding that much of our demo work is calling for the use of a compact track loader. Which we're renting. I'm considering going the route of using Over the Wheel Tracks. So we have Mclaren Industeries and Loegering. Does anyone here have any experience with either brand or both? If so what are your experiences / thoughts? Our work requires alotta activity with the skid steer on our client's driveways. Fill material is dumped on the driveways and we need to take it from the front of the property to the backyard. So we need tracks that won't scratch or damage the asphalt or concrete driveways. Mclaren has a rubber track, but I'm concerned that the concrete rubble might be hard on the rubber. They also have steel tracks with rounded edges and their website says this allows for no damages to pavements. Anyone here have any experience with this? Thanks!