The wear performance of the spindle hook teeth during fieldwork was compared, and the causes of the wear failure of the spindle hook teeth were analyzed. Samples of three kinds of spindle were obtained from the fixed installation position under continuous field operation conditions. The hardness, phase structure, elemental composition, and micromorphology of the spindle hook teeth were characterized using microhardness, X-ray diffractometer (XRD), energy spectrum analyzer (EDS), and scanning electron microscope (SEM) after cutting of the spindles. Results show that the coating hardness and element penetration zone of No.3 spindle hook tooth are the largest, and the surface coating phase structure of the three kinds of the spindle is mainly a body-centered cubic structure of Cr (211). Micro-crack and hole defects exist in the coating of all three kinds of the spindle. The thicknesses of the coating of No.1, No.2, and No.3 spindles are 74, 100, and 130 µm, respectively. During the field operation, the wear of the spindle hook tooth coating is caused by abrasive wear and fatigue wear, while the wear of the substrate is the result of the combined effect of abrasive wear and oxidation wear. Extracting the wear area and width of spindle hook teeth shows that the wear area of all three kinds of spindle hook teeth increases exponentially and the wear width changes linearly with the increase in the field operation area.