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Boxer® Tracks

Boxer® Replacement Rubber Tracks
Boxer® - Tracks - Replacement Rubber Tracks

Boxer® equipment offers the following model series: 300, 600, and 700 front loaders as will as the X7 chipper. With over 50 universal attachments, the Boxer's quick-attach system enables users to easily switch from buckets to forks providing optimum flexibility. An invaluable asset in the heavy machinery industry.

Developed to replace hand labor, Boxer provides cost-effective, all terrain-friendly solutions for landscapers, irrigation contractors, plumbers, electricians, and property owners as they need to dig, demo, place materials, and perform multitudes of other unforeseen tasks.

Boxer® equipment was acquired by Morbark, LLC in 2012. Morbark has been building durable, high-performance heavy machinery for over 60 years.

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