crawler track


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crawler track

[′krȯl·ər ′trak]
(aerospace engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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* New crawler tracks, advanced steering systems and, in some cases, more power, have been added to help grapegrowers.
The single crawler track was driven by a large nickel-silver roller chain and was supported on three overlapping idler wheels in a frame that was hinged to the tractor frame at the rear and located at the front by heavy coil springs.
The crawler track system is made of heavy duty OEM 300 series lubricated sealed track and roller system with 23.6-inch Grouser with mud relief holes.
Leake, San Francisco, for a crawler track suspension arrangement that appears almost identical to one of the Bear patents.
The suspended cab is mounted on a B5-type crawler track, enabling the machine to traverse challenging terrain.
Improvements in chain drive technology, however, did lead to development of crawler tracks.