Claas tracks, Claas tractor parts and Claas parts online are a TKV specialty.
Claas tracks, Claas tractor parts, Claas parts online
TKV’s aftermarket range of Claas rubber tracks will keep you moving in rain, sunshine or harvest. Our Claas tracks distribute the weight, so you’re less likely to crush roots or get bogged.
TKV has far and away Australia’s biggest range of tracks and undercarriage parts. We have Claas tracks, Claas tractor parts and Claas parts online. Our warehouses are loaded with stock. This includes Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Toowoomba. So, when you’re in a hurry, we usually have what you need in your state. And it is ready to go.
TKV has rubber tracks, track systems, and all manner of undercarriage parts. We have Claas tractor parts and Claas parts online. We also have sprockets, adjusters and more. Plus we have bolt-on systems to convert you from tyres to tracks and undercarriage accessories. If it helps your machine to move, TKV has it.
TKV only supplies the best quality Claas tractor parts. We don’t supply junk. This is because we want you to keep moving.
Claas is an agricultural machinery manufacturer founded in 1913. They are based in Harsewinkel, Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Germany, in the state of North Rhine Westphalia. Their product range includes combine harvesters, forage harvesters, balers, mowers, rakes, tractors and other harvesting machines. Claas produced its 450,000th machine in 2013.
In 1971 Claas was involved in the development of a pick-up sugarcane harvester. Then, two years later, in 1973, it presented the first self-propelled forage harvester. Three years later, in 1976, it introduced the first Claas round baler ROLLANT. Next, they introduced the JAGUAR self-propelled forage harvesters seven years later in 1983. That was quickly followed by the presentation of QUADRANT in 1988 and then Agrocom, a computer based, satellite-assisted, agricultural information system in 1994. Then in 1995, Claas, in a joint partnership with Caterpillar introduced the Lexion combine which today is offered with either tyres or with Class rubber tracks.
Claas prides itself at being at the forefront of agricultural technology with a focus on automation and computerisation.