This is a basic traffic cone I had knocking about for quite some time. You can either use a crane to move it around or place them on a terrain.
It has a low polygon count and has a very simple node and beam structure, so you should be able to spawn many before getting a large FPS drop.
It is also contactable + ropable, and is ~1m high, weighing 7kg.
Metalmuncher: Meshes, Node and Beam, Texture
Requires a recent version of Rigs of Rods: 0.38.42 +
Throw it into your packs folder in My Documents.
No need for permission to modify or use, just credit me.
Here is a Flat screen TV that you can load into the back of a pickup truck. It is contactable to vehicles that have a contactable submesh.
Included is a template to add your own image to the TV screen.
A pack of flatcars (standart 40ft, bulkhead 40ft and heavy weight 8-axle), all come with different skins.
The couplers can be locked/unlocked (both sides like on my ALP!) with the bigger lever at one end, on the other end there is a lever for the handbrake. Grab those with the mouse, you do not need to enter the waggons
If you enter a flatcar through the vehicle selection menu game will crash if you try to exit the flatcar, simply change into another enterable vehicle via the menu and exit there.
sputnik_1 for helping me with adjusting the node/beam.
This is my Car dolly. It is straight submesh and very easy on FPS. This is more of a proof of concept as apposed to a full on new modification. You can use almost any vehicle to tow any other vehicle. Since it is submeshed you can scale it to be used on any vehicle rather easily. As of right now this is considered to be in beta. On a side note it is currently impossible to tow any vehicle with contacters. You will have to comment them out or watch them be destroyed by the wheel clamp.
Also feel free to modify and redistribute. Credit is not necessary but it is appreciated.
My latest creation. We own this trailer, so I figured it would be pretty cool to see how well I could replicate it.
DODGE charger (me) - Well... Everything
Most of the RoR Skype Group - Beta testing
Realistic weight and dimensions (I have a sheet of 8.5x11" paper FULL of measurements)
Highly detailed textures (Both refurbished and rusted version)
Working jack (Ctrl+F1/F2 to use it)
Detailed flexbody suspension
Ties! Ties! Ties! (And they won't ruin the load)
Notes: This trailer is not some arcadey play-thing, it does have limits. I suggest you don't load anything more than 7 tonnes on it, or else you might damage the hitch and suspension. The dimensions are also realistic, so not everything will fit on it, especially larger vehicles. A lot of vehicles in RoR, mostly older ones, are much too large compared to their real life counterparts, so those are almost guaranteed not to fit, unless they were small to begin with.
This is a pack of wooden crates. I have attempted to make them sort of high-detail and I think I have succeeded for the most part. There are many variations inside, so look at the list below. In the future I am willing to make more requests for different versions. These crates have a 'hooking point' for cranes and also have 'ropables' so you can fasten them to other vehicles. They also include a submesh so they can be contactive with other submeshes/contactive structures. They emit really good framerate because of the simply-low node/beam count. They can be used in groups without affecting your framerate heavily. There are many versions, too.
Beolex - 3D Modeling/nodes & beams/texturing
Venem - Assisting with beam color
37.00-R57 tire from a Komatsu 730E-7, load weight 4000kg, usable as a chock for other loads or to load onto a trailer for transport or to roll down a hill for a laugh.
if you wanna use it for something else add my name with it or at least send me a message.
This is a mobile home or mobile office depends on how you use it. You can pull it to your location and pull the tires into the body and it will be on the ground like a house. It is a decent amount of weight 22046.23lbs. It is fun to pull around comments are greatly welcomed. This is a 10x40 trailer its not a CAMPER.
made by me
Update 1. made the tongue longer fixed the tires problems added more weight
This is jerald9000's 53-foot Great Dane trailer, reskinned into the livery of my new trucking company, Dreamland Trucking. The blank area in the center of the sides of the trailers can be skinned to your liking. It should not overwrite the original trailer.