Your Bobcat T190 compact track loader can handle just about anything in its way. It’s all raw power and determination but its effectiveness is dependent on its being properly maintained. One area that often gets overlooked when it comes to maintenance on this type of compact track loader is the sprockets. The compact track loader sprockets receive energy from the motor and transfer it directly to the track via the teeth. As the teeth get old however they also tend to become jagged instead of nice and smooth. These old, jagged teeth then rip at the track’s lugs creating tears that can grow and ultimately cause track failure. To prevent this, regular inspection of the sprockets should be undertaken and if damaged teeth are detected the sprockets should be replaced immediately with this aftermarket Bobcat T190 sprocket.
Old, worn out teeth will tear at the track and ultimately cause it to fail. They’re also incredibly inefficient at transferring power to the tracks which means your loader needs to work harder to do the same amount of work. For both these reasons and more make sure to inspect the undercarriage of your Bobcat T190 regularly and replace any compromised sprockets with this aftermarket Bobcat T190 sprocket.