This is a MB Equipment skin for Wabash Duraplate trailer.
NOTE: unzip and put all the files but the read me in the WabashDuraplate.zip
Authors: Nadeox1 (trailer), Mitchieboy (MitCity's MB Equipment)
link for Nadeox1's Wabash Duraplate: 53-Wabash-Duraplate
link for MitCity by Mitchieboy: http://www.rigsofrods.com/repository/view/4904
Hello! This is my last released map. It's very simple, and I made it in two days. I called it Sea Roads because it have two long highway between two islands! Anyway it doesn't have anything complex, just roads and some buildings.
It have a load spawner, two truck spawner and boat spawner. Also my first (released) map with tree sistem!
-Map, objects, objects placing, some textures by me;
-Trees by Calamity.
-Set your vegetation to 100% or you will not see trees.
This pack is my attempt to capture the Streamline Moderne style popular in the 1930s and 1940s. The vehicles are all fictional, but their performance is realistic. I hope you'll enjoy driving them as much as I have enjoyed making them.
1948 Martin T64S "Custom" Tractor
A very low-slung 6x4 tractor. It has independent front suspension with double wishbones and load sharing rear suspension. The engine is a naturally aspirated 12-cylinder diesel driving through a 7-speed gearbox and locking differentials. Overall length is 29 ft, wheelbase 22 ft from front axle to centre of rear axle group, width 102 in, height 14 ft 9 in to tip of smokestacks. Kerb weight is 20,000 lbs, gross combination weight 80,000 lbs.
Fully loaded, the T64S will reach a top speed of 60 MPH with one of the included trailers. It will accelerate from 0-50 MPH in 1 minute, 0-60 MPH taking approximately 2 minutes.
1948 Martin O40 Tanker
A streamlined tank trailer in fictional "Hexaco" livery. Steel unibody, load sharing suspension. Overall length is 40 ft, wheelbase 28 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, height 10 ft 6 in. Loaded weight is 60,000 lbs.
1948 Martin F45 Flatbed
A simple flatbed trailer with stainless steel load deck and load sharing suspension. The deck is submeshed with the rollon flag and has ties to secure loads. Overall length is 45 ft, wheelbase 36 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, deck height 59 in, overall height 79 in to top of bulkhead. Kerb weight is 12,500 lbs, rated load 47,500 lbs.
1948 Martin V59 "Streamliner" Dry Van
A very large and somewhat impractical dry van. It has a streamlined stainless steel unibody and load sharing suspension. Overall length is 59 ft, wheelbase 47 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, height 14 ft 9 in. Loaded weight is 60,000 lbs.
These have only been tested in Rigs of Rods version 0.38.67.
The wheels have 40 nodes each, and the meshes were made in Sketchup. Don't expect these to be FPS-friendly.
The trailers are roll coupled via the system used by Lenni and Badboy for trailer steering. The centre of gravity and suspension are tuned accordingly; the trailers may topple easily on trucks that lack these nodes.
To minimise rolling resistance, the wheels are pushing the limits of the beam engine. They tend to oscillate when stationary. Caution is advised when stopping or parking on slopes as they may creep.
The trailers have very low drag. The T64S will not pull most other trailers at high speed.
CGTextures does not allow redistribution of its textures under open source licences. You must remove/replace their texture before releasing modifications of this truck. All other assets used are available for modding. See the readme for specific file information and licensing details.
Here it finally is! The Bombardier ALP-45DP dual powered locomotive.
It comes in two different liveries, AMT (Canada) and NJT (USA).
Both a version of the locomotive in diesel and in electric mode is available, only difference are the sounds and the removed exhausts on electric version.
Please carefully read the instructions BEFORE posting useless questions:
Use the train spawner placed on the map (small building where it says "Trains") or place it on a straight track piece via the .terrn file, DO NOT spawn in the truck spawner this will not work.
The ALP uses default truck controls. Always stay in automatic-transmission, it will not shift in the second gear!
F5/F6: to rais or lower the pantograph.
CTRL + 1: change directional lighting
CTRL + 2: front ditch lights
CTRL + 3: front lights
CTRL + 4: rear ditch lights
CTRL + 5: rear lights
CTRL + 6: wipers
The knouckle couplers couples other trains (using the same coupler, of course...) like other ALP's automatically. When coupled, both carriages are connected to each other ingame. If you want to uncouple two carriages, you need to unlock couplers on BOTH carriages in between you want to uncouple. The ALP has a small lever next to the rear knuckle coupler (with a lock/unlock-sign next to it) that can be grabbed by mouse. Pull to "unlock" position on both carriages and done. Not that complicated.
sputnik_1 - Without him this would not have been possible. He made trains actually work in Rigs of Rods (as you will see after reading this and testing the locomotive), outgoing from donoteats basic layout design. Furthermore he helped a lot with tweaking the ALP, to make it drive as good as it does. Many many thanks mate!
donoteat - He once had the idea to bring trains to RoR and made the great layout we are now using.
And thanks to the inveted members who tested this!
Added ropables so it can now be lifted with a crane.
Game might crash when you want to couple two ALP's, to avoid this disable high quality refelctive effeckts!
-colision between the bridges and cats
-Before using the crane ,shift the gear box to MANUAL SHIFT AUTO CLUTCH with Q and shift the gearbox to 0 with
-2 cats at each bridge can control with the same commands, can be on/ off (alt f1/f2)
-the hooks have autolock nodes ,can be on/ off (ctr f1/f2 bridg1 - ctrf3/f4 bridge2)
-press T for it see the commands in ror
castlegreen was inspired by the 1998 game Viper racing game developed by MGI.
it was always one of my favorite tracks to drive on among others.
if you find any bugs post them on my castlegreen forum thread here castlegreen-from-viper-racing comments are more than welcome or other ideas for terrains.
im working on a few others and like to know peoples frame rates so i dont over do it.
I present to you, the 1915 Ford Model T. This holds the name of the oldest real car ever to be put into RoR. This is the Original "Go everywhere, anywhere" car.
There are 6 versions. There is a Pickup truck (2WD and 4WD), a Sedan, a Coupe, a Touring, and a Junker version.
The gear ratios/axle ratios/wheel size/engine power/top speed are all real specifications. The top speed is a physically limited 40 MPH on the dot for all versions except the power-degraded Junker. The Junker's top speed is closer to 30. All versions except the Junker have 21 Horsepower. Junker has around 18.
You cannot drive this car in Automatic Transmission mode, as the gap between 2nd and 3rd, then 3rd and 4th are too large for the game to gearshift between them correctly. Thus, you must drive in Manual or Fully Sequential gearbox mode to get up to cruising speed.
These vehicles are not flexbody, and each on average have between 10K and 20K polys total including all 4 wheels. Honk the horn for a sound only '10s - '30s Fords can produce. Aoooga! Sometimes when you turn, it heavily understeers because the front axle is not very strong, so be careful.
Custom sounds are thanks to DODGE charger (thank you!)
All meshes and N/Bs are thanks to myself, Sirendude2011.
Do not mod this vehicle. Treat this like you would a real Model T 100 years of age. Would you (attempt) to hellaflush a Model T? No, so don't do it. Same goes for hydraulics and lifts with mud tires. It is impossible to skin it with anything except solid colors (no designs), so don't try.
Enjoy this historic vehicle! The driving experience is like no other vehicle in RoR history, believe me.
The one and only Mount Hamont. A deadly road, more then 50 deaths each month, not for unskilled drivers.
Only a few made it to the village Hamont, but the most, crashed. A lot had to return, but for most, the turning back became fatal.
Semi's will never get to the village. But the question is, how does the village get their supplies?
You have to bring them the supplies, your choice what vehicle.
Added grass. It is the first time I added grass.
The Ford can be found in the Cars and Light vehicles section of the forum.
-Yodel714 for some houses
-me for creating it
-Prt Audiman for helping it to get it in game
-Beta testers Discussions on the thread! Also for more info!Mt-Hamont-climb
It is meshed, and much higher quality. Credits:
Pricorde - Original bus
Derbymutt - Revival, meshes, re-texturing, n/b fixes and changes, shader stuff
Fradias - Wheels & Tires
Modding and releasing any content for this bus on a mod of it or on another vehicle is permitted and encouraged as long as due credit is given.
Basically, Mod away and give credit.
It is fully skinnable, if you do not like the plastic paneling on the bus, just comment out agora_fb.mesh and agora_rear_lights.mesh from the flexbody section as well as the forset line below them.
It is also deform-able and flexbody.
I have also used flexbodies for the tires, so that they work in multiplayer and still are deform-able and separate from the rim mesh.
I have always liked car sounds and in games I want them to be as realistic as possible. RoR uses a simple and quite effective system so I gave it a try and the outcome pleased me.
This sound most probably reflects a modern american well mufflered V8. Yet you can rev it really high and get that aggressive noise out of it.
The .zip contains the following files:
The installation is also very simple: extract, rename and overwrite. More precise instructions can be found in the readme file. The sound also has a mild turbo whistle so I decided to add my BOV file
for the ones that may want to use it.
I tested my sounds on three Gabster´s cars (hope he doesn´t mind) which are also in the video, therefore the best performance is also likely going to be with those three cars. Each cars´ sound system
is somewhat different so different cars may result in slightly different sounds.
Sounds are from: Northstar 4.4l LC3 Supercharged V8 and Ford´s 4.6 L SOHC 3-valve V8
It is my first upload so please don´t be mad with me if I screwed something up. And please don´t make mods of my mod.
It is allowed to use my sounds with your new car mods, but in that case please give the author some credit.
This is my latest map, Mt. Aasb. I released it on the forums a while ago but I thought I'd upload it to the repo. It's a really big mountain. You spawn on the top. The challenge is to get to the bottom without dying, rather like Mt. Everest; however I made the mountain a little shorter so you can get complete destruction of your car without having to wait ten minutes. Give feedback please, thanks!
This is a mod to the Expie by adiodat. I turned it into a 2004 Dodge Durango with a 5.9L 24V Cummins Turbo Diesel. Flares are the same, except that the controls were moved 2 numbers up. I added high beams and fog lights, which are controlled with Ctrl-1 and Ctrl-2, respectively. Sounds were recorded from my mom's 2004 Dodge Durango and from a 5.9L 24V Cummins
This is a mod to the Expie by adiodat. I turned it into a 2004 Dodge Durango with a 5.7L Hemi V8. High beam lights are controlled with Ctrl-1, and fog lights are controlled with Ctrl-2. Hidden strobes are activated with Ctrl-4. Sounds were recorded from my mom's 2004 Dodge Durango
Please ignore the police Durango pictures, as I unintentionally selected them [read more]
This is a mod to the Expie by adiodat. I turned it into a 2004 Dodge Durango with a 5.7L Hemi V8. Flares are the same, except that the controls were moved 2 numbers up. I added high beams and fog lights, which are controlled with Ctrl-1 and Ctrl-2, respectively. Sounds were recorded from my mom's 2004 Dodge Durango
Differences between this truck and the regular version:
Police version is only available on the Mega Cab / Short Bed truck. It has a little more power and a little more top end speed than the regular truck. It has a tighter turning radius too.
And of course it has lights!
There are red and blue lights on the roof, the grille, and the rear of the truck. They are timed a little different so that they alternate a little bit. One set is controlled with CTRL+1, and the other set is controlled with CTRL+2.
Of course the roof lights are controlled with the "m" key, and the siren with the "h" key.
To install... Download the .zip file and place it in the packs folder of your main Rigs of Rods folder.
This is another mod to dneufeld's Dodge Ram 2500 police truck. It is nearly identical, with the exception of red turn signals in back and Cummins sounds. I also tried to add a police license plate, but it shows up on the bed
Place the zip in your packs folder, no need to extract anything. If you downloaded the first sterling bullet normal version, delete that zip and just use this one if it doesn't overwrite the old one, because they will conflict with the same material file and probably crash (so u know what happened if it does crash, just delete the other sterlingbullet zip for the first version.
Here it is, the firetruck version of the sterling Bullet. I've also added a brush guard bumper for the rest of the normal Sterlings thats why u need to delete the first zip if u downloaded it.
This zip includes
All the original Sterling Bullets (now with added front bumper)
As u can see, its got lots of items on it, and lots of new mesh's. Light bar and lights all work, new exhaust mesh for the firetruck, and this thing is ready to go to work.
This is another mod to the BoxDodgeRam. This time, it's been modded into a white 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with a 5.9L V8 Magnum and 46RE 4-speed automatic transmission. The tailgate, doors, and hood still move. All sounds are from my 1999 Dodge Ram 1500. Special thanks to cummingsflatbed for helping me with the locking differentials
ANYONE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL 4700 PACK PLEASE READ
I had a few problems that people picked up with the International trucks that I have now fixed.
A smaller problem is a naming issue with the 6x6 Long Flatbed, but the larger problem was a missing beam in the front suspension/steering "diamond" that degraded the strength of the right front wheel and allowed it to "bend" easier.
DELETE THE ORIGINAL International4700Pack.zip. YOU MUST DELETE IT! Otherwise you will get errors upon startup. Download and install this zip to the packs folder, and enjoy. It contains all the same trucks, just with the updates described above.
ANYONE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL 4700 PACK PLEASE READ