MWE Hybrid Track System Reaps Benefits of Steel, Rubber

Wed December 21, 2016 - National Edition #26
Construction Equipment Guide


The system’s chains and internal components of the pads are built using high quality, heat treated steel for maximum wear.
The system’s chains and internal components of the pads are built using high quality, heat treated steel for maximum wear.

The MWE hybrid track system allows users to move away from the traditional rubber track, while gaining track life, with the combination of steel and rubber that provides the longest wearing option with the benefits of each type of track. The system's chains and internal components of the pads are built using high quality, heat treated steel for maximum wear. MWE's hybrid pads combine this steel and molded rubber to form a quick and easy change, with only a single pad and four bolts, which bolt directly to the track chain.

For more information, visit www.tracksandtires.com.




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