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 06-07-2004, 16:58 Post: 87944
StongerJake
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I wanted to let everyone know, there is a company out CA. that makes the best tracks in the world. The name is McLaren Industries. I bought several sets of tracks for 4 mini excavators and they are just wonderful. The guy who sold them to me gave me all the info, he says they produce there own tracks using 20% more rubber that the OEM or any other replacement track. I believe it because I got at least 1,200 hours on these tracks and they are still at about 60-65%, and this is on the bobcat,yanmar, case and catapiller machines. Hey anyone in here looking for tracks should call James at 800-836-0040 ext. 1170. trust me guys you will be very happy






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 06-07-2004, 17:16 Post: 87945
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Why should we trust someone who is too lazy to register and who has built no credibility here? Do your really think this kind of transparent testimonial will gain you business? I think most folks here go out of their way to avoid buying from spammers whose sales techniques likely mirror the ethics of the company. If you are legitimate then take out an advertisement here.






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 06-07-2004, 17:36 Post: 87947
StrongerJake
2004-06-07 00:00:00
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Hey I'm just trying to be helpful, I personally own a landscaping business I just wanted to pass on a good tip to the regular guys like me. I'm sure alotta guys here wish someone would have gave them the heads up on a good product. I'm sure we have all bought a piece of crap at one time or another and wish someone else had the info to stop us from making that purchase, and also tell me how to register






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 06-07-2004, 17:46 Post: 87950
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As stated I'm not trying to step on any toes, I have nothing to do with the company






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It's very unusual for somebody to post a testimonial out of the blue that is unrelated to a current thread and that includes a salesmans name and phone number. Those are the hallmarks of spam, but if you're legit I certainly apologize for coming on so strong. Welcome to TractorPoint and please share your experience here.






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