Category Archives: Skid Steer Tracks

Wheels or Tracks for Skid Steers?

Wheels or Tracks for Skid Steers?

Wheels or tracks for skid steers, factors to consider, and the final verdict More and more contractors are choosing skid steer loaders for their operations for a variety of reasons: their compactness, which makes them fantastic for operations in confined spaces; their maneuverability and versatility; their ability to deliver high performance on a range of […]

Rubber Tracks Vs Steel Tracks

A Complete Overview of Rubber and Steel Tracks 

A Complete Overview of Rubber and Steel Tracks  Rubber Tracks Vs Steel Tracks and the Things You Should Know Before Making a Purchase  Rubber and steel is in plain view everywhere around us but oftentimes goes unrecognized. They’re in your headphones, work boots, car seats, the tracks of your excavator, and many other daily items […]

Benefits of Maximizer Rubber Tracks OTT Tracks

Benefits of Maximizer Rubber Tracks OTT Tracks – McLaren Industries Maximizer rubber tracks are cost-effective alternatives to Next Generation rubber tracks. Although cheaper than Next Generation rubber tracks, quality is not compromised as they still work great in demanding environments. If you are working with a limited budget, these are the tracks for you. Let’s […]

HYBRID™ STEEL TRACKS WITH PADS

McLaren MAGNUM OTT™ Tracks

HYBRID™ STEEL TRACKS WITH PADS This advanced, heavy-duty, two-in-one track option combines the tenacity and longevity of steel tracks and the reliability and other advantages of rubber tracks. These tracks are near indestructible under normal working conditions and last twice as long as a regular rubber track system. Rubber pads can be bolted on and […]

Rubber Tracks VS Skid Steer Tires

Rubber Skid Steer Tracks VS Skid Steer Tires Skid steer loaders and compact track loaders (CTL) are the most popular equipment of choice for construction and excavation projects. Skid steers are built to work on tires and tracks – although they can also be outfitted with over-the-tire (OTT) track attachments – while CTLs are rubber-tracked equipment. […]

Dedicated Undercarriage Vs. Over the Tire Tracks

Rubber MTL Tracks

Dedicated Track Undercarriage Vs. Over the Tire (OTT) Tracks Compact Track Loader (CTL) with a dedicated track undercarriage or a skid steer outfitted with over the tire tracks? To determine whether or not to go for a Compact Track Loader (CTL) with a dedicated track undercarriage or a skid steer outfitted with over the tire […]

Rubber vs Metal/ Steel Skid Steer (OTT)

Rubber vs Metal/ Steel Skid Steer Over The Tire (OTT) Tracks

Rubber vs Metal/ Steel Skid Steer Over The Tire (OTT) Tracks Boost the versatility and functionality of your skid steer loader by installing over the tire (OTT) track systems! Monster Tires offers premium quality OTT track solutions that will take your skid steer to the next level. Our OTT tracks are compatible with a wide […]

Benefits of Mini Excavator Steel Tracks

Mini Excavator Steel Tracks

Benefits of Mini Excavator Steel Tracks Built to Handle Extreme Working Conditions Steel track groups are strong enough to withstand difficult environmental conditions on aggressive job sites that bolted-on rubber pads would not be able to handle. The forged steel used in our steel tracks have an extremely strong surface hardness which makes them resilient […]

Mini Excavator Tracks Options

Mini Excavator Tracks – What are your Options? When it comes to high-quality mini-excavator tracks, Monster Tires has got you covered! We offer steel tracks – otherwise known as steel track groups – made from the strongest, forged steel. Whether you need steel grousers for extreme, demanding applications or rubber pad options to handle sensitive […]

Bobcat Steel Track Review

Bobcat Steel Track Review With the vast amount of steel track options for loaders available, let’s take a quick look at steel tracks offered by Bobcat for loaders and see how they measure up. Before embarking on any project that requires tracked heavy equipment, it is first important to assess the terrains and job sites […]