Bringing jobs in on time is tough enough without having to deal with breakdowns. When it comes to the compact track loader one of the biggest causes of disruption is track failure. Most owners and operators are familiar with the jobsite hazards that can undo a rubber track but there’s another source that’s often overlooked: compact track loader sprockets. The job of the sprocket is to transfer energy from the motor to the track. This transference takes place where the sprocket’s teeth meet the lugs of the track. If the teeth on your John Deere CT322D are in good condition this energy transfer is seamless and efficient. If the teeth are old however they can become jagged and tear into the track, ultimately causing the track to fail.
This type of failure can be avoided by assigning someone to inspect the undercarriage of your compact track loader on a regular basis and having them replace any worn out sprockets they see with this John Deere CT322D sprocket. By doing so you’ll be ensuring the when your compact track loader lumbers onto the job site it’s there to work until the job is done. Making a profit in today’s construction environment is hard enough. Don’t gamble your company’s bottom line on worn out compact track loader sprockets.