Every machine owner strives to make the undercarriage last as long as possible.
It's about economy - but take it too far and it will have the opposite effect. An undercarriage in poor condition reduces the machine's safety and stability, increases fuel consumption when tracking, shortens machine life and increases the risk of unplanned downtime. That is why it is important to replace undercarriage parts in good time. It is necessary to regard the undercarriage as a complete unit, e.g., a new chain can be worn out quickly by a worn sprocket or by incorrect set-up of an undercarriage.