AGRICULTURE (AG) TRACKS
We are a major supplier of agricultural tracks in Canada.
AG Track Systems & Belts
Force Heavy Equipment is a major supplier of agriculture belts. We have multiple brand selections that will suit your application, budget, and business needs. Our full line of track system solutions includes, reman mid rollers, idler wheels, and drive wheels. We offer both ag rubber tracks and polyurethane tracks.
At Force Heavy, we carry ag tracks for a variety of tractor model numbers, including 385, 435, 450, 470, 485, 500, 530, 535, 540, 550, 580, 600, 620, STX375, STX380, STX425, STX430, STX440, STX450, STX450, STX480, STX500 and STX530.
We also have scraper tracks available. Contact us about ‘scraper tracks’! You may be surprised by what you are getting.
We carry belts for Case, CAT Challenger, John Deere, Grain Carts, and more. Our quadtrac belts are available in 30”, 32”, and 36”.
When you order quality farm track systems from Force Heavy, you can reap the following benefits:
- Industry-leading 24-month warranty
- 25 years of experience
- Bulk order discount
- All makes undercarriage
- FREE shipping
Contact us today, and we’ll help you find the right tracks for your tractors or other agriculture vehicles. All price quotes include freight, some exceptions apply.
We Offer Shipping to:
Force Heavy is not limited to these locations and can ship Canada-wide.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Frequently Asked Questions
In some cases, agriculture tracks can be installed in place of tires if they are more suited to the demands of work and conditions. To discuss whether there is a track system available for a particular agriculture vehicle, please contact us today.
Tracks can be very effective in snowy conditions, providing excellent traction and flotation. Snow can be challenging for traditional tires, which can easily become stuck or slip on icy or compacted snow. Tracks, on the other hand, can distribute the weight of your machinery more evenly over the snow, providing better stability and reducing the risk of getting stuck.
Tracks offer several benefits compared to tires, especially in soft or wet soil conditions where they can provide better traction, less soil compaction, and improved flotation. The track width and length can cover a larger surface area than wheels which allows for better weight distribution of the equipment, reducing the pressure on the soil and minimizing damage to crops. Tracks can also provide more stability on sloping terrain and reduce slippage on steep inclines.
Tracks for agriculture typically refer to the specialized treads that are used on agricultural machines, such as tractors and combines. Track systems are designed to provide optimal traction and flotation of tractors and farm machinery in various soil and field conditions while reducing soil compaction.