One of the problems with running worn out undercarriage is that the tracks will come off quite easily unless you tighten the tracks up. That it turn rapidly increases wear. Turning pins and bushings costs about half of the cost for new tracks but isn't recommended on tracks that are too far gone. New rails will probably be in the $1000 to $1500 range per side. You can get weld on sprocket rims for about $150 a side. Berco is often more expensive than Cat but there are other aftermarket undercarriage manufacturers and dealers.
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