There are a lot of things that go into making sure your John Deere mini excavator is always ready for a full day’s work. One of them is making sure the mini excavator sprockets are in good shape. The sprockets grab the inside of the track and propel the excavator forward. Healthy tracks should have a rounded appearance while old, worn out tracks will appear jagged or sharp; sometimes even chipped. When this occurs they can tear and rip the track ultimately causing it to fail. Because of this the undercarriage of your 50D should be inspected from time to time to ensure the mini excavator sprockets are not damaging the track and if they are, they should be replaced with this John Deere 50D sprocket asap.
The construction industry is so competitive you need to be sure all of your equipment will perform up to its potential at all times. Having your mini excavator sidelined because an old sprocket shredded your tracks will not only cut into your margins but damage the image of your company as well and slow down progress on other aspects of the job. Don’t let this happen. Inspect your sprockets regularly and if you see any signs of age or damage replace them with this John Deere 50D sprocket.