yes, with the tires wrong way round. will be mostly road work.Now Then..
Reversing as in putting the wheels on opposite sides with the tyres the wrong way round..??
I've never tried it.. They're only designed to grip one way round. If you had an application where you needed better grip going backwards it may be a benefit..
Wear 'em out, fit new ones is the usual way..
thanksI’ve turned wheels round on loaders,the first being my avatar.i got just over 2000 hours from the tyres and they still had life in em when swapped.traction was never an issue either.also done the same on a 7610 Ford with a loader on it.that tractor was sold at around 4000 hours and the tyres,good year radials where still pretty good and a long way from knackered.
My guess is they are toeing inwards and cleats are not running parallel with the surface and they are fighting the surface and cleats bending out of shape and getting to hot giving you an uneven tread pattern across the tyresTyres on the front of my tractor have worn unevenly across the tread but both tyres are worn on the left hand side. How do you explain that?