I joined this forum before buying my tractor and in the end went with one that I could purchase used, which limited my choices. So please forgive me for asking a "non-green" question here (but I think it actually applies to the one series as well).
For a BX 2380, the owners manual says front wheels torque between 110 and 132 pounds. The rears are torqued between 80 - 96 pounds.
1. Why such a large range between min/max specs?
2. Why are the fronts torqued more than the rears?
3. I saw a video where the guy said the nuts on the rear are torqued differently than the bolts, but I don't see anything in the manual that differentiates.
thanks for any and all input and feedback