ASV POSI-TRAC 4800 Rubber Track

Kevlar Reinforced Design For Multi-Terrain Loaders
Multi-Terrain Loader Rubber Tracks

ASV POSI-TRAC 4800 Rubber Tracks

Prowler offers a premium aftermarket rubber track for the ASV POSI-TRAC 4800 multi-terrain loader. The track size is 457×101.6×56 and weighs approximately 295 lbs. The width of this track is 18 inches and it has 56 lugs. The Prowler multi-bar tread design provides exceptional efficency, and performance across multiple applications such as dirt, turf, sand, mud and snow.

ASV POSI-TRAC 4800 Rubber Track Specs
295 457 101.6 56
Multi-terrain Loader Rubber Track Design

Premium ASV POSI-TRAC 4800 Rubber Track Features

  1. Enhanced Durability: Kevlar is known for its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. By integrating Kevlar fibers into rubber tracks, manufacturers can create tracks that are more resistant to abrasion, cuts, and gouges, enhancing the overall durability of the tracks.
  2. Increased Lifespan: The superior strength of Kevlar helps extend the lifespan of MTL rubber tracks. They are less prone to tearing and stretching, resulting in longer intervals between track replacement, and reduced maintenance costs for the owner.
  3. Synthetic compounds: Various synthetic rubbers, such as styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR), ethylene-propylene-diene monomer (EPDM), and polyurethane (PU), are often blended with natural rubber to enhance specific properties like abrasion resistance, weather resistance, and flexibility.
  4. Carbon black: Carbon black is added to rubber compounds to improve strength, abrasion resistance, heat resistance, and UV stability. It also helps enhance the track’s grip and traction on various surfaces.
  5. Cost-Effectiveness: Although Kevlar-reinforced rubber tracks may have a higher upfront cost compared to standard grade MTL rubber tracks, their longer lifespan and reduced maintenance requirements often result in cost savings over the long term.
  6. Antioxidants and antiozonants: These additives protect the rubber from degradation caused by exposure to oxygen and ozone, extending the service life of the rubber track.