Often I’ll see a 5 series as I drive past my local dealer and they have front tires that are 2/3 or more the height of the rear tires. But it seems like almost any other JD (until you get 7 series plus) the front tires seem < 1/2 the height of the rear. Even many of the 5 series from what I see on Deere’s site have the more typical front to rear ratio. Is there some reason that the 5 series can be such an outlier? Why wouldn’t they put taller front tires on the other models? Seems like it would be better for ride smoothness, ground compaction and traction.
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2017 2038r 72” MMM Command Cut 220r loader