The technical sheet for the Takeuchi TB285 steel tracked machine specifies a 22" wide steel shoe. This is an expensive option both from a new purchase point of view and servicing the machine later down the line.
We are currently talking with a potential customer to purchase the machine as an 18" wide rubber tracked machine, take off the rubber tracks and install our 18" wide steel tracks with bolt on rubber pads.
Customer would be able to use the new rubber tracks on his old TB175 or sell them as new. As for future rubber pads costs it will be a lot cheaper to buy 18" pads over 22" wide pads.
A potential customer looking to purchase 16" wide steel tracks for his PC50 MR2 pointed out today that our stock photograph (without the bolt on rubber pads) seems to show a chain that is welded to the shoe. It does. The stock photograph is a 12" wide shoe. We want to point out that all of our 16" and 18" wide track shoes are bolted to the chain and not welded. We will update those product pictures by Friday afternoon. Any question please call 360-906-0109
Customer received wrong tracks from our competitor for his Komatsu excavator. Bottom rollers are cutting into his tracks. He should have received the Y series track with support rails. See correct track for Komatsu.
I am looking to hire a sales person for Washington State. Job to include calling existing customers and generate new customers as well as visiting customers two or three times a month. The right candidate will already have a proven track record of sales or at least demonstrate a strong interest in moving in that direction.
Please call Mackenzie to book an interview. 360-906-0109. To see what we do please visit www.viqan.com