Application: PC1250-7 PC1250SP-7
Berco code: KM2420
Original code: 21N-27-31191
When the excavator excavates, is the driving wheel in the excavation surface or the guiding wheel? What is the difference?
They said that the driving wheel was stable in front when digging, "can prevent the damage of the guide wheel? Is that true?
Basically, because the driving wheel is tooth-shaped, the guiding wheel is round, the force of the wheel is large when excavating the surface, and the torque when turning, the toothed driving wheel can be stable in the front. The maneuverability is also less likely to slip out of the track when turning.