No one wants to deal with track failure when they’re in the middle of an important job and schedules are tight. Especially if those track failures could have been prevented. But neglecting to regularly inspect the mini excavator sprockets on your Komatsu PC20-7C could lead to just such a preventable track failure. You see, as mini excavator sprockets age their teeth get jagged and can begin to gouge and tear at the lugs on the track. Enough of that tearing and gouging and you have track failure on your hands. By inspecting your sprockets on a regular basis you’ll be able to spot worn out teeth before they cause problems. If you do notice that a sprocket has been compromised by wear and tear it’s important to replace it ASAP with this Komatsu PC20-7C sprocket.
With margins as tight as they are these days you need to do everything possible to make sure your mini excavator won’t be sidelined by issues that could have been prevented. A periodic inspection of your PC20-7C’s undercarriage will tell you if you need to replace your mini excavator sprockets. If you do see signs of excessive wear you shouldn’t hesitate to replace them with this Komatsu PC20-7C sprocket. It will help you avoid financial pitfalls.