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post #26 of 34 Old 10-22-2009, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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I just put a set of Solideal tracks on the Takeuchi. I am hoping they work out well. The dealer was real confident in them. $2700 for a set with new sprockets also.

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I also recently replaced my tracks on my Taki. Must have bought the tracks from the same Solideal supplier. I was told the same by the saleman. I have my doughts. But I am curious to give them a try. As I posted before. I've tried screws in my old tracks. They did'nt make any difference. Nor did they last. They either ripped out or snapped off.
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Matt,

I tried these in my Case 110 Maxxum and they worked great.

They are carbide and come in different lengths,
http://www.udi-equipment.com/maxigrip/index_en.html

I used 800 in the Case and they run about 60 to 70 cents a piece
depending on how many you buy.


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Those screw-in carbide studs look like they would work pretty well in SS or tractor or ATV tires and rubber CTL tracks. UTI sells them in Canada, while Bair Products and SkidSteer Solutions sells in US. Not sure who actually makes them.

Have a CAT 287 that could use some serious traction help on ice. Will have to try these out.

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These maxigrip studs are great.
They'll make a great difference as they won't completely wear out instantly on asphalt and cement because of the carbided studs. You can get them online now: www.maxigripstore.com.
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Anybody that's been using these studs, Have you had any problems with leaving scuffs or scratches on the pavement? I plow at an office complex. We have both pavement and concrete surfaces. Would like to stud my tracks. The owners of the complex doesn't want any lasting memories of our presence. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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I have a full season plus on mine. Only lost 1 or 2, and we ran them all summer.
They will scratch pavement if the tire spins on it, but not like studded auto/truck tires. We don't have any concrete, except sidewalks, and the Trackless runs studded snow tires, and it doesn't seem to leave any marks, so the Maxigrips shouldn't be a problem on concrete.
I'm assuming your talking a tracked skidsteer, they might be a problem where you spin with 1 track locked.


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Studs for rubber track

Hey guys! I have some studs installed on my rubber track skid steer Kubota SVL95. I get amazing traction now that I have these installed.
Check out my video on Youtube which compares my Kubota before I have the studs installed and after I have them installed.

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Cool New Studs in Town

I have a Kubota track loader that I bought for some work around my place. I had some traction problems when I was plowing so I googled studs for skid steers and found a cool website that sells studs. They arent the screw in kind. You need to drill through the track but it was amazing traction after I installed them.

Pretty cheap and very effective. I would definately recommend them. Ive had them for over a year now and they have all stayed put. I think next year I will buy another one of their sets.

Website is www.clawm.com I got the carbide studs set.

Good luck out there people.
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