Bearings are widely used in tractors, mainly including the following aspects:

Engine system: The tractor's engine system contains a large number of bearings, such as crankshaft bearings, connecting rod bearings, cam bearings, etc. These bearings play a role in supporting, positioning and reducing friction to ensure the normal operation of the engine.

Transmission system: The tractor's transmission system also requires a large number of bearings. For example, components such as gearboxes, drive shafts, and universal joints all require bearing support to ensure transmission efficiency and reliability.

Steering system: The steering bearings, steering pin bearings and other bearings in the steering system play a flexible and stable role in steering, ensuring the driver's control over the tractor.

Wheel system: The tractor's wheel system includes front wheels and rear wheels. They all need bearings to support and rotate, ensuring the smoothness and safety of the tractor.

Connection system: Various connecting rods, pins and other components in the connection system also need bearings to support them to ensure the reliability and stability of the connection.

To sum up, the application of bearings on tractors involves various systems and components of the tractor, plays a very important role in support and transmission, and is a key component for the normal operation of the tractor.

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