/ Tires filled with Beet Juice too heavy for landscaping and field work? #41
- Aug 18, 2017
- Tonasket, WA
- NH B50H Cab, Ford 1715, Poulan Pro 46
I've heard of this mentioned before, but for the life of me I can't see how adding weight to the three point transfers weight off of the front when the bucket is fully loaded. It seems that it would keep the back axle on the ground and allow the bucket and front axle to carry more weight without getting tippy on the front axle pivot. Weight on the 3 point is so close to the other fulcrum point (the center of the back axle) that any weight transferred back from the loader would be marginal.They increase the stability of the tractor but they do not transfer the weight off of the front axle.