Rubber Tracks Case CT420 Mustang 1750RT

SKU: MEPC-0504
Weight: 380 lbs

Buy aftermarket rubber tracks for your Case CT 420 and Mustang 1750 RT online at Pentom Parts and save on your equipment maintenance budget. This track is twelve and a half inches wide with fifty four metal embedded guide links down the center of the track.

Price: $759.99
Rubber Tracks Case CT420 Mustang 1750RT
Product Details

Buy your aftermarket rubber tracks for the Case CT 420, and Mustang 1750 RT track loaders online at Pentom Parts. This replacement track is twelve and a half inches wide (320 mm) with fifty four forged steel metal embedded links down the center of the track. Please verify the count prior to ordering as there is a shorter version of this track available for the Case CT420. This size also fits some Loegering Versatile Track System (VTS) rubber track replacement conversion systems. This rubber track is made to the highest standards in the aftermarket industry and it is backed by the factory for one year pro-rated against any manufacturer defect. Call us today with any questions you have and we will get your track shipped the same day!

This track is designed to fit the following VTS conversion system models:

  • Case 40XT
  • Case 410
  • Case 420
  • Case 60XT (narrow option)
  • Case 70XT
  • Caterpillar 232
  • Caterpillar 242
  • Daewoo 450 Plus
  • Daewoo 460 Plus
  • Daewoo 470 Plus
  • Gehl 4835
  • Gehl 4840
  • Gehl 5635
  • Gehl 5640
  • John Deere 240
  • John Deere 250
  • John Deere 317
  • John Deere 320
  • Komatsu SK 818
  • Komatsu SK820
  • Komatsu SK815
  • Mustang 2066
  • Mustang 2076
  • New Holland LS160
  • New Holland LS170

Case CT420, Mustang 1750RT, and Loegering VTS Track Options:

Alternate Part Numbers:600985, 600991, 600985, 600991, 600985, 600994, 601000, 601022
Alternate Widths:There are currently no alternate width options for these machines
Alternate Tread Patterns:Currently there are no other tread pattern options available for this track other than the staggered block tread pattern pictured above.