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
My goal for these trucks was to have some more convoy type vehicles that could do pretty much anything. All have working hitches, lights, mirrors, etc. The dumpbed has a contactable surface but it doesnt seem to hold crates really at all for some reason.
All the trucks have ties in the back so if u back up close to a vehicle and press "O", u can tow it around. I commented out the ropables in the back so the ties wont grab them. Ropables in the front are behind the wheels so u can strap it to trailers or tow any of these trucks from there.
There really stable on higher speed offroad like nhelens, and if u crawl slower u can get in most places in tough offroad spots.
The cargo mesh(big canvas cover version) when rolled over, the cargo part will go in the ground, I didnt want to build a box out of beams and nodes to make it contact the ground because i wanted to keep fps as low as possible, so thats something to just live with. Other than that, enjoy.
This is my Huge Enclosed trailer. It can fit the liebber, that should tell how big it is. It's also only 34 nodes, so Fps are great with it. You have to really try to roll it over, so it has a great center of gravity. Has working flares, ties, feet, and ramp, so u can drive pretty much any vehicle in and strap it down.
Included in this pack are:
1)Gooseneck Enclosed Trailer
2)Bumper Pull Enclosed Trailer
UPDATE: Please visit the link below to download the gooseneck version, along with updated suspension, and brakes.
This was a spur of the moment build last night, and just got the skin done late and its a fun truck to do pretty much anything with. It can tow the big dolly trailer, go almost anywhere offroad, and u can put some things in the bed if they fit. It's a mini truck used on farms to do all sorts of little tasks. I made it as simple and fun as possible, with dual frame rails and a hitch. Enjoy
This truck performs really well on slow technical offroad terrain. Theres alot of rear articulation to make for some fun crawling. It's fairly stable at high speeds, and also drift really well on dirt in 8th gear or so.
Please remember its built for slow offroad driving mostly, so I had to sacrifice some strength in the steering/suspension to get the good articulation and twist in the axles for somewhat realistic crawling.
It has emmisive lights, I wanted to leave flares off of it.
Custom meshes include, Side steps, bed rails, Mirrors, hitch, axles.
Most my testing was done in 1st gear going through offroad terrain, thats what its built for so don't expect a high speed offroad run to hold up.
This little beast is alot of fun. It's built extremely tough to withstand a Baja map that i'm working on. I didnt want it breaking halfway through a race and having to restart.
Its alittle drifty, meaning it spins out sometimes if u land off or give it to much throttle in a turn. But once u get a feel for how to drive it, u can control it well.
Jumping can be controlled in the air with throttle and brakes. If the nose starts to drop, shift to 6th and give it full throttle until it levels out. And if the nose starts to lift up to high, just tap the brakes and it will lower the nose for a nice landing like u would on a dirtbike in the air. Again, it'll take some practice but once u get the hang of how to control it in the air u can land some really big jumps.
Has 6 headlights, so driving at night is fun. Enjoy
This is not a crawler, its more of a normal acting lifted truck with not as much articulation and better street manners. I wanted to improve my original 94 Dodge into somthing i'd use more, so I added some axles, exhaust, emissive lights, new lift and tires, color, and 2500 rear fenders. It works well offroad if u drive like a real truck would. Personally I like it alot more now, so I hope you guys do to. You dont need any other files for it to work, it's self contained in the Zip.
The truck will appear in the Offroad truck section at the truck selection screen.
I decided to release it how it is, and see how it does on peoples computors. I have a pretty basic computor, and it runs fine in both multiplayer and solo. Most people shouldnt have any problems running good FPS on this map. Please dont mod it yet, becuase im gonna keep working on it and upgrading things and release a update in the future.
You need the flexbody patch, all 3 trucks are flexbody
I tried to make them very realistic in every way. They handle well for a pickup truck, and can do alot of things. You can drive a bobcat or other vehicle into the bed of the bumper pull version, and strap it down, then raise the tailgate back up and drive. The wrecker can tow most any light vehicles well. It has a extendable cable to help recover vehicles. The trucks include a good interior, and steering wheel.
Remember this is a trail rig, it has soft suspension. High speed control is limited because of this.
Real Samurai gearing (exo version has two extra crawler gears)
Flexbody (damage and shiny texture)
Custom Sammi sounds (thanks to Aperion for recording them straight from his samurai)
Working leaf springs, and shocks.
Just a all around fun vehicle to mob around in. Place the Zip in your packs or vehicle folder.
All vehicles have opening hood/doors, and the pickups have opening tailgates also. This helps with making them crash more realistic. Best crash is about 50mph or so IMO. The dually has a 5th wheel hitch, the Ext cab has a bumper pull hitch. The Ext Cab can also load a bobcat in the bed and tie it down.
Place the zip in your packs or vehicles folder and enjoy.
This is another mod to the BoxDodgeRam. This time, it's been modded into a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with the 5.9L V8 Magnum and the 46RE 4-speed automatic transmission. I fixed the gear ratios and the max speed is 171 MPH, much higher than it was designed to go to. It's also been equipped with a 97dB Ecco back-up alarm and double flashing strobes in the fog lights and brake lights. The tailgate, doors, and hood still move. I updated the file with quieter sounds. All sounds are from my 1999 Dodge Ram 1500
Here's a trailer I made awhile back with a detaching Neck. It can haul some big stuff, has a flexbody deck that bends flat with a heavy load and flexes over bumps. Its not all that finished, but its as finished as its gonna get, lol. I made a video to show how to use it
Ctrl F1 to raise the neck so you can back under and lock on
Ctrl F2 seats the neck on the hitch after you locked on
Ctrl F3 attaches neck to the trailer
Ctrl F4 detaches neck so you can drive it out of the way to load/unload
So alot has been updated in this pack, the skin is totally new, the tires are new, the lights are sharper and brighter. A re-bored engine giving 3000 revs more capable of pulling very heavy loads, especially with a new 18 gear transmission. it features abs, tcs, slope brake all custom tuned to fit the trucks.
Box5diesel very kindly has had the trucks to test and they are of his liking. here is a quote. [read more]
Slow computers will hate this car most likely, so don't complain. I did include a version with no shiny paint shader, for people that have problems with shiny paint.
Included is 6 Brand new Camaro's. All have flexbody, opening doors and hood. The Red one has collision so you can drive over it or crash them together. You can add collision to the others by just copying the submesh and contactor section in the truck file.
The Dragster is a bit wild, but its fun to do wheelies with. The rest are pure street. Big thanks to lifter for his work on the suspension!
-Real weight, real power, real scale. (so don't expect to tow the ror trailers that way a kabillion lbs.)
-Lockers (press W)
-Operational dump bed, & tailgate
-Contactable bed to load vehicles or objects with ties (press O to tie down load)
-Animated winches on all except cargo version, some even have a rear winch.
-Flexbody everything pretty much
-Detailed Animated Interior with shifter.
-custom deuce sounds, with added turbo
-Shader shows up black sometimes, restart ROR until it appears normal, or download boring material below and drop in deuce zip.
-5th wheel version breaks when hooking to some trailers
-No flexbody tires (would be way to cpu heavy, it already is)
Been a long time in the works. Finally came to a spot I want to release it. No opening doors or dump bed, didn't wanna fuss with that stuff since I never use them. It has detail where it counts I think, in the suspension parts, texture work, damage, etc. Has a rear hitch for towing. Hope you like it.