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Help Needed Identifying Skid Steer Track Sprockets


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Default Help Needed Identifying Skid Steer Track Sprockets

I'm 90 something % sure these are skid steer sprockets for adding tracks to a normally wheeled skid steer, but casting number is not turning up anything on a google or ebay search. The sprockets that I am finding all have similar casting numbers, but mounting holes are closer to the center, and none have the handles for easier mounting/dismounting.

These have a 3 hole mounting system, with 3 cutouts for lug nuts, so whatever they fit has 6 lugs on the outer diameter of wheel hub. Anyone recognize these?

Casting# 72003191, the EN# is just material id, ductile iron.
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They look like mini dirt compactor roller extensions to me. Best of luck.
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Default Re: Help Needed Identifying Skid Steer Track Sprockets

Like I said, I was only 90% sure, I'll visit a few rental yards and see if I can figure out what they fit. Thanks!

That was the clue I needed, they fit a Bomag trench compactor. Thanks again!
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cool, glad I could help.
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