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A tractor axle differs from that of an automobile or heavy truck in that the axle housing is commonly part of the tractor chassis and an axle is a central shaft for a rotating wheel or gear. On wheeled vehicles, the axle may be fixed to the wheels, rotating with them, or fixed to its surroundings, with the wheels rotating around the axle. The tractor axle typically passes through the rear of the tractor chassis with all of the gears and braking components located inside of the chassis which protects the components from the dirt, mud and other elements commonly surrounding the tractor's use. There are very few tractors that use separate axle housing in the construction of a tractor axle. Without a moving suspension system, a tractor does not require the independence of separate axle housing in its design.

An automobile or heavy truck has the brake shoes or disks located behind the wheels of the vehicle, while a tractor does not. They could be subject to road dirt and mud as the tractor axle had the brakes outside of the chassis, which would damage them. The most difficult part of this type of tractor axle design is that the tractor's chassis must be split in two in order to perform any maintenance on the brakes, axles or gears.


The axle track in automobiles and other wheeled vehicles which have two or more wheels on an axle, is the distance between the centerline of two road wheels on the same axle, each on the other side of the vehicle. In a case of the axle with dual wheels, the centerline in the middle of the dual wheel is used for the axle track specification. However the front wheels and/or rear wheels on either side of a vehicle do not necessarily have to be mounted on the same axle for the distance that they are apart to be called the "track".

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