Excavator Rubber Tracks Blog

    • New: TUFF SuperSeal Chains

      Launching: TUFF® SuperSeal® Chains Squeaking chains after 1000 hours? Sprockets jumping after 2000 hours? Chains seizing, pitch stretching or shoes coming loose? Does any of this sound familiar? After 6…

    • The State of Construction

      The media recently has been full of doom and gloom about the slumping housing market. Housing approvals have continued to fall, which will inevitably lead to a reduction in domestic…

    • How Rubber is made

      Terms About the material used in Rubber Earth-moving Tracks and Excavator Pads To give you an understanding of the process behind the production of Rubber tracks and pads for excavators….

    • Ways to Make Your Rubber Tracks Last Longer

      • 7th September, 2017

      Rubber tracks are designed for the tough conditions experienced on the Australian work-site. Unfortunately, they don’t last forever. Knowing what damages your rubber tracks can help you avoid bad habits,…

    • Rebuilding Service for Excavator Tracks

      TuffStuff Australia has introduced a full trackline for rebuilding Excavator Tracks. The trucklines have been installed at both Melbourne and Sydney branches. This rebuilding service for excavator tracks offers fast, efficient and cost-effective re-tracking for…

    • Which is better, steel or rubber tracks?

      Steel Undercarriage Melbourne. As we sell many rubber and steel tracks we often get asked this question. Which is best, rubber tracks or steel tracks? The answer to this depends on…