Torque and angular speed of axle are not decided by size of tire, but by engine. Although M.I. of the tire contributes its effects on torque and angular speed, it is not significantly. So tires can only control traction force. Tractor is supposed to run on soft terrain like farm where coefficient of friction is comparatively low. So there is a engineering challenge of less available traction force. If a smaller rear wheel is used then for a particular torque available from engine it can produce higher traction force (Torque = Force x radius) but only on the terrain where sufficient coefficient of friction is available, and if terrain is soft and we try to produce high traction by reducing size of tire, the tractor will skid, which is undesired. That is why larger rear wheels are used in tractors.
To provide more traction.
The size of the rear tires on the Cub Cadet 1641 garden tractor are 23x10.5-12. The size of the front tires are 16x6.5-8. The wheel base on this tractor is 46.5 inches.
The torque which is to be transmitted in the tyres defines it
It is more difficult to steer with big tires, they are smaller so they are managable, also the weight on a tractor and traction is needed in the rear
Because the front tyres are used to actually steer the tractor, whereas the rear ones typically are not. Thus, it's important to ensure that the front tyres have enough clearance to where they won't rub against the frame or other components of the tractor when they're turned.
Trade the rear tires to the front and the front tires to the rear. Every other time you do it, trade the right front tire to the left rear and right rear to left front
The pressure in any tire is determined by the weight the tire is supposed to carry . For example , if a car is weighing 2000 kilos , each tire is carrying 500 kilos weight . The pressure in the tire should be such as to withstand this weight . Pressure is force divided by area . So the more the area of the tire connecting to the land , the less tyre pressure is needed to withstand the weight . The rear tires of the tractor are almost double the size of the front tires and carry three fourth of the weight of the tractor . So if the tractor weighs 2000 kgs the rear tires carry weight of 1500 kgs and the front tires carry weight of 500 kgs . But then the front tires are one half the size so the pressure there will be 2 X pressure in rear tyre X 3/4 . ( These are approximate calculations for illustration . ) So the front tire should have about 1.5 times more pressure than the rear tires .
If they are regular tires and the tractor is 2wd they are 11.2-24 and 4wd they are 9.5-24 If they are turf tires and the tractor is 2 or 4wd they are 41x14.00-20
Rotate rear tires to front and front tires to rear. Keep the tires on the same side of the car and do not cross them.
DIRECTIONAL tires stay on the same side of the vehicle Front to rear , rear to front
As the traction comes from the rear tyres, it's important to ensure that they have enough surface area to gain sufficient traction, and also enough surface area making contact with the ground that it lowers the ground pressure to a point where the tractor won't sink into the mud. Since the front tyres are the ones which actually turn the vehicle, they're smaller to ensure that they can turn and have enough clearance where they won't rub against the frame of the tractor.
On the front tires.
You cannot rotate tires on a vehicle when the rear tires are wider than the front. They must stay where they are,
2WD: on the front tires 4WD: on the front and rear tires but Honda Pilot 4WD is not a full 4WD therefore no need to put chains in rear tires unless you're manual engage 4WD.
No But It can be done and will increase traction
Non-Directional Tires: Front same side to Rear; Rear criss-cross to Front. Directional Tires: Front to Rear & Rear to Front same side. Do Not Criss-Cross. Ref: Subaru Service Bulletin # 05-37-07.....
A "mechanical front wheel drive" tractor has front-wheel-assist which means that not only the rear drive wheels pull the tractor ahead, but the front wheels also pull the tractor.
On the front tires.
front tires straight back rear tires crossed to the front
You have a damaged tire. Try rotating the front tires with the rear tires to see if the wobble switches to the back.
The rear tires except Subaru which does the front.
The front wheel(s) are only for steering and holding the front end up. The back wheels supply the power and must have traction. Making them big lets them carry big tires which keeps the tractor from getting stuck in muddy fields and keeps them from slipping so easily. The big lugs on the tires also help in that regard.
Unless the tires are directional (indicated by an arrow on the sidewall), radial tires can be cross rotated. On FWD vehicles the front tires are moved straight back and the rear tires are crossed to the front. On RWD vehicles the rear tires are moved straight to the front and the front tires are crossed to the rear.