Chains For Tracks Skid Loader Tire Track Chains
$1,499.23 – $1,583.23 Per Pair
- Sold as a set, one full set consists of 14 chains to cover both tracks (7 per side)
- Chain for Tracks use grade 70 chain
- Designed & Assembled in the USA
- Easy to install, about 15 minutes
- Unique patented end to end tightening, gives you a low profile fit and tight chain across the tracks
- Worry free 12 month from date of purchase manufacturer warranty
Note: Scroll down below the videos on this page to the “Resources” section to see a fitment PDF by skid steer manufacturer. (PDF will open in a new browser tab)
Tire chains are sold in pairs (will cover one axle)
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When it comes to conquering icy or muddy terrain, the Chains For Tracks chain system for tracked equipment is your secret weapon. Engineered for maximum traction and durability, it turns your skid loader into an unstoppable force, ensuring you can work efficiently and safely.
Easy Installation: It takes one person about 15-20 minutes to install Chains for Tracks on a brand-new set of tracks.
Unique end to end tightening: Chains for Tracks tightens from end to end (from C-Clamp to C-Clamp) across the tracks. This gives you a low profile fit and a tight chain across the tracks.
Worry Free Warranty: Chains for Tracks products are warrantied against manufacture defect for twelve (12) months from the date of purchase with proof of purchase. This warranty excludes any damage from normal wear and tear, improper use, or extreme use at the discretion of Chains for Tracks.
Chains for Tracks do not work for all ASV tracked machines please contact us before you make a purchase on any ASV machines.
Chains for Tracks will leave shallow marks on the rubber but does not damage the tracks beyond the normal wear and tear that tracks receive from regular use driving over rocks, concrete, etc.
Chains for Tracks leaves shallow marks on the rubber but does not damage the tracks beyond the normal wear and tear tracks receive from regular use driving over rocks, concrete, etc. You can use your skidder on pavement with Chains for Tracks but just like any chain, Chain for Tracks will wear much quicker.
All other skid steer track treads work well, including the zigzag pattern, multi-bar lug pattern, hex pattern, premium c-pattern, h-pattern, standard-duty c-pattern, block pattern, XHP track turf pattern and block pattern.
After correctly installing and driving with chains for tracks for a short period of time, it is recommended that all bolts are re-checked for tightness. It is recommended that the Chains for Tracks are checked every day, making sure all bolts are tight and everything is properly attached and centered. With heavier use, check them throughout the day.
Chain for Tracks Size Specs for clearance:
The C-Clamp thickness is 1/4in. on all sides. The sidewall is 1/4in. The underside of the C-Clamp (the part that goes under the track) is 2 1/4-2 1/2in. The upper side of the C-Clamp (part that goes over the clamp on the tread side) is 2in. Make sure your machine has enough clearance for these measurements.
CAUTION: Do not cross thread the hex nut when tightening the bolt. Do not use an Impact Drill while installing the Chains for Tracks.
Installing Your Tire Chains
Test fit your chains before you need them. Be sure you have the correct chains for your tire size. Consult your owner’s manual if you are unsure.
Lay the chains out flat on the ground to untangle and inspect them for irregularities. Make sure they are not twisted or knotted.
Install the tire chains on the drive wheels of your vehicle, which are typically the front wheels for front-wheel drive vehicles and the rear wheels for rear-wheel drive vehicles.
Check for proper clearance of your vehicle. Then, drive a short distance and check the chains to make sure they are properly secured and adjusted. Never drive over 30 MPH.