Track Selection

Find the right rubber track tread for your terrain

Rubber Track Selection

Every rubber track tread has a job. For some it’s minimizing ground disturbance, others are all about traction. Find the one that fits your needs.

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Multi Terrain Loader Options

General Duty Tread

  • Designed for low-hour operation
  • Ideal for use in grading, snow and residential applications
Option 1

General Duty Tread - Option 1

Option 2

General Duty Tread - Option 2

Premium Tread

  • Designed for high-hour operation
  • Ideal for use in grading, snow and residential applications

Premium Tread


Compact Track Loader Options

General Duty Tread

  • Designed for low-hour operation
  • Ideal for a wide range of applications with greater traction than block treads in snow

General Duty Tread

Premium Block Tread

  • Designed for high-hour operation
  • Ideal for use in a wide range of applications

Premium Block Tread

Premium Bar Tread

  • Designed for high-hour operation
  • Delivers lower ground disturbance, a smoother ride and better traction in snow over block treads
  • Ideal for grading, snow and residential applications
Option 1

Premium Bar Tread - Option 1

Option 2

Premium Bar Tread - Option 2


General Duty or Premium?

Our Purchasing Guide will help you determine the best rubber track tread for your business based on your budget, ground conditions and expected hours of operation.

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Track Compatibility

We’re making ordering easy. Find tracks compatible with your Cat® machine model — along with their corresponding part numbers.

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Know your track part number? Start shopping.

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Identify a rubber track tread without its part number

If your older track doesn’t show a part number, you can still find a replacement.

For compact track loaders:

  1. Measure the width of the track in inches.
  2. Measure the distance between the links or lugs, center-to-center, in inches.
  3. Count the number of links or lugs around the full length of the track.
  4. Consult with your local Cat dealer for track options compatible with your machine's measurements.

Compact Track Loader Undercarriage Guidelines

Compact Track Loader Undercarriage Guidelines

Multi Terrain Loader Undercarriage Guidelines

Multi Terrain Loader Undercarriage Guidelines

Cost Management

Learn how to extend the life of your rubber tracks and minimize owning and operating costs.

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Rubber Tracks

Questions?

Talk with your local Cat dealer.

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