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Polypad suppliers for tracks

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by QuickTrax, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. QuickTrax

    QuickTrax Senior Member

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    Does anyone know of a good vendor for polypads for pavers. I am working on the tracks on a Gomaco PS2600 and looking for pads. The only supplier I know of wants $90 dollars per pad:eek:. I think thats outragous but they are the only source I know. I sell the regular pad without the poly for around $15 dollars each so they are telling me that the poly is 75 dollars. I think thats a load of ****!!! :Banghead
     
  2. he2009

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    EVERTIRE - P: 866-383-7723 - They make them for just about anything on using 3BAR shoes.
     
  3. KAMS

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    jeff gustinson @ superior tire and rubber #800 289 1456
     
  4. QuickTrax

    QuickTrax Senior Member

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    KAMS, I called superior and they had excellent prices. I ordered a set of rubber clip on pads from them for a Cat 314CL. I ended up saving $2300 dollars compared to where I was going to get them.
    Thanks, QuickTrax
     
  5. KAMS

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    glad I could help.. he has always been more than fare and nice to me and and better yet stocked the pads for our mills.
     
  6. QuickTrax

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    I talked to a saleswoman named Carla at Superior and she was very knowledgeable about her product and very helpful, you can't ask for much more. They have a great warranty and said if they don't fit correctly she will pay the freight to ship them back. I called my previous supplier who already sent a sample pad to me along with doing all of the legwork and I asked if they would come down on their price and they only dropped it two bucks. I told them sorry and I will send your sample pad back. I felt bad about not buying from my original supplier but price talks and they said they understood.
     
  7. he2009

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    Who was your original supplier?
     
  8. QuickTrax

    QuickTrax Senior Member

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    BLS which is probably the most popular supplier because of all of the advertising.