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CAT AP1055 - Banded Tracks

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by Nick Abeyta, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. Nick Abeyta

    Nick Abeyta Member

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    CAT AP1055 - Anyone know who supplies good quality aftermarket (AM) rubber banded-type tracks for this model?
     
  2. digger242j

    digger242j Administrator

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    I don't know, but my first suggestion would be to check with the nice people at McLaren, who help to sponsor this site. ;)

    (Upper right hand corner of the page, just below the American flag.)
     
  3. Nick Abeyta

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    . . . Good Idea. - Since I'm not provided withe an advertising budget (I don't own the company) , where can I buy a T-Shirt?
     
  4. HillBoy

    HillBoy Well-Known Member

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    I don't know about a T-shirt, but I got a free McLaren hat and working gloves :notworthy I was actually surpised when I got them since I even didn't ask for them, but they came with my new set of McLaren's Nu-Air skid steer tires I finally bought two weeks ago. These are some pricey tires, though, but they look very well made and with many holes and rubber for extra cushioning. Time will show how well they perform, but from all my research so far, I hear only positive staff. :usa
     
  5. jtjurgensen

    jtjurgensen New Member

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    I can supply AP1050 rubber tracks
     
  6. andoman

    andoman Well-Known Member

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    you can't get true "after market" tracks for the cats they're proprietary bridgestone/caterpillar technology so you'll be buying them from your local cat dealer. I had a Chinese company begging me to ship them my used cat tracks at the world of asphalt show last year in orlando so he could reverse engineer them. His tracks for skid steers didn't look right they looked waxy so I didn't pursue it any further.
     
  7. JURGENSEN

    JURGENSEN New Member

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    we can offer either goodyear or bridgestone
    jerry
    jurgensen sales
    american heavy parts
    www.americanheavyparts.com
    509-999-2649