tractor: front view
There are tractors with two or four driving wheels and two or four wheels that change the direction of the tractor.
Raised part of the tire tread that improves traction for various usage conditions.
Tread or set of treads built into the body for climbing up to or down from the cab.
Metal circle constituting the wheel’s circumference and upon which the tire is mounted.
Vertical upper part of the conduit that evacuates exhaust gas from the engine.
Part of the body that covers part of the wheel and serves as a shield from flying mud.
Compartment from which the operator drives the truck and operates the tools or agricultural machinery.
Circular instrument used by the operator for steering the guide wheels.
Device converting the combustion of fuel and air into mechanical energy.
Wheel that changes the tractor’s direction; it is usually smaller than the rear wheel.
Wheel that receives the engine’s power and propels the tractor.
Lamp on the front of the vehicle that illuminates the space in front.
Mass that balances and stabilizes the tool hitched to the tractor.