in my years with construction equipment the fronts (on motor graders) where turned around if not powered so that they would clean better in mud and thus would turn better I did find that true in our slick clay/gumbo soils here anyway, later we went to radial tires that were bidirectional so it did not make a differance then, a few times when we had flats and the shop spare was running the wrong direction you could only tell the differance when in slick muddy conditions in dry dirt or sand I never seen a real differance then my two cents cnt
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