Bridgestone Rubber Tracks are designed for superior performance in
their intended application. In order to maximize your Rubber Track
experience, you must treat them with care. We recommend the following
|1. Do maintain
the correct tension on your tracks at all times. Check your vehicle
operating manual for details, or ask your Bridgestone dealer
|2. Do check
the undercarriage components (i.e. sprocket/drive wheel, rollers
and idler) for wear and damage periodically. Wear and damage
of undercarriage components can affect rubber track performance and
|3. Do limit
the use of your vehicle on sharp rocky surfaces, gravel and fields
with crop stubble.
|4. Do avoid
too many fast and sharp turns - or hill-traversing turns.
|5. Do prevent
large foreign objects from becoming entangled in your undercarriage.
|6. Do not
drive with track sidewall edges pressing against hard walls,
curbs and other objects.
|7. Do clean
off immediately oil or similar products that get on the tracks.
|8. Do keep
your vehicle sheltered away from rain and direct sunlight when
storing your vehicle for a period of time.
If you would like additional information specific to your machine
application, please contact your Bridgestone Rubber Track Representative.