The smaller the turning radius of your tractor the tighter the turn. Wheel Horse tractors consistently have a tighter turning radius than the competition, allowing you to cut closer to trees, shrubs and gardens for precision mowing on even the most elaborate landscapes.
Diameter of a circle within which a car can be turned around. Two Plus Two (2+2) Body style incorporating two front seats plus two very small seats at the rear for children, small pets or extra luggage.
The distance across the diameter of an arc in which a vehicle can turn.
turning path of a vehicle established by the outer front overhang and the inner rear wheel.
The radius around which a belt may be flexed. It is commonly referred to as inside turning radius and is established by the nesting of links or pickets at the inside edge of the turn and by the belt width.
The radius of a circle created by the outmost projection of a lift truck when the operator has the steering mechanism in the tightest turning position.
A measurement of the distance required to turn a vehicle.
The relation of one front wheel to the other on turns. If your tires are "squealing" on turns, have your front-end alignment checked to be sure that bent steering arms haven't affected the turning radius of the car.
Tire wearing angle measured in degrees. The amount one front wheel turns more sharply than the other on turns.
The diameter of the smallest circle in which a vehicle can complete a U-turn. Turning radius depends on the wheelbase of the vehicle (longer vehicles usually need more space to turn around), and maximum steering angularity.
The turning radius of a wheeled vehicle is half the width of the smallest 180 degree turn (U-turn) that the vehicle is capable of making. Often this is a generalized term and not a numerical figure. For example a vehicle with a very small turning radius may be described as having a "tight turning radius".