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Checkout our deal of the week!!
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Checkout our deal of the week!!
Get 10% off Toro Dingo Wide track this week using promo code TORO10 when you check out online.

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Checkout our deal of the week!!
Get 10% off Toro Dingo Wide track this week using promo code TORO10 when you check out online.

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Checkout our deal of the week!!
Get 10% off Toro Dingo Wide track this week using promo code TORO10 when you check out online.

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Check out these helpful tips from Totallandscapecare.com on how to maintain your excavator! 

5. Undercarriage
Perhaps the most obvious wear item on the excavator undercarriage is the track. The majority of compact excavators use rubber tracks and the life expectancy of the track is largely dependent upon the environment they are subjected to and the user’s operating habits. Tracks should be examined on a daily basis to look for cuts, tears or areas that expose the steel imbeds. Any perforations could allow moisture or contamination to enter the track.
The most important undercarriage interval item to monitor is track tensioning. A loose track is likely to de-track and will be detrimental to its useful life. Your operation and maintenance manual will indicate ideal track tension ranges and the correct way to position the excavator for making adjustments. 
While other undercarriage components may not need a daily inspection, regular monitoring of the components like idlers, rollers and sprockets can help identify potential problems. Accelerated wear on the sprocket is not common; however, it should still be checked periodically by examining the teeth. A good sprocket tooth has a rounded end, while a worn tooth is more pointed. This is especially important to check when installing a new set of tracks.
- See more at: http://www.totallandscapecare.com/10-excavator-tips/#sthash.80Hvs4lB.dpuf
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