You worked hard to establish your reputation. It shouldn’t take a hit because of something that could have been avoided. Compact track loader sprockets are an often overlooked factor in rubber track breakdowns but they shouldn’t be. The sprockets take energy from your John Deere motor and transfer it to the track via their teeth. These teeth are supposed to mesh with the lugs on the inside of the track but if they’re old and jagged they can actually chew up the track and cause failure. This type of failure can be prevented, however, by way of a periodic inspection of the compact track loader undercarriage. If such an inspection reveals jagged, worn out sprocket teeth replace the mechanism ASAP with this John Deere CT322 sprocket.
Nothing’s worse than fielding a call from the job site informing you that your compact track loader is sitting idle due to track failure. It’s the kind of thing that can damage that hard-earned reputation of yours and put a significant dent in your profit margins. Don’t let this kind of unnecessary breakdown happen to you. Assign someone to carry out periodic exams of the undercarriage of your CT322 and replace any old, damaged compact track loader sprockets with this John Deere CT322 sprocket.