In certain areas, such as areas where furrow irrigation is used, you see single front wheel tractors everywhere and the "normal" dual front tricycles would be the odd-balls. My Deere B, which was originally sold in SE Colorado, has a single front and my IH 350 has a wide axle so I have a good basis for comparison. Maneuverability definitely favors the tricycle (by a long ways) but I like the wide front for a smoother ride both in the field and when going down dirt roads. Plus, I just like the appearance of a wide front better but that is purely subjective.
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