It is known that static friction prevents sliding motion.
When we are pushing a block, we need to overcome static friction before our block starts sliding across the surface.
However, when we are rolling a wheel, we need static friction for the wheel to move. If we provide too much torque then at the point of contact between wheel and surface, we see that the force applied to the left overcomes Static friction to the right.
This means our wheel skids/slips and does not move.
My confusion is:
In the block case, we need to overcome static friction to move.
In the wheel case, if we overcome static friction, we don't move.
Would greatly appreciate your input on this matter.