UPDATE: I've been working on a variation of my own and it's complete, or close enough. It is fully submeshed and will contact with other vehicles(that must to be contactable). It's sides and tail can fold down. The rear rollcage can be lifted using Ctrl+F4/Ctrl+F6. It has ties in the back so you can drive an vehicle into it. Unfortunately all the stuff I added makes it too "tippy" to carry a vehicle into water anymore but driving on land is fine. Also has a trailer hitch that can be completely folded away if you're not going to use it. All controls are listed in-game. Have fun.
This is an Tatra 813 pack I modified from Pricordes original versions and added "Wheels2" to all of the models so you can inflate/deflate the tires. Also updated to work properly in the latest RoRs release as it was having texture issues before. Use [ to deflate and ] to inflate the tires. This is not as easy on your system as the originals were. They were only about 1300 beams before, now each has over 2800 to properly simulate the wheels.
NOTE: You will need to enable advanced wheels in the configurator under the "CPU" tab to enable "Wheels2" in versions older than 0.38.33.
Please note the credits for the crane go josh (1239) who made the original.
hi, here is a ford f-650 RBP truck i mainly worked on the front and back of it, i added a RBP grille, RBP diesel performance logo on the hood, RBP logo mud flaps, and RBP rims. All the credit does to the orignal authors. It has good susupension great for crawling and even baja yet hard enough to keep it stable, also large tires and a large which are good for mudding. so this is basically an all terrain ford, have fun with it. P.S the screen shot doesn't do it justice
Here is another version of my Ford F-650 I put ford logos on it new rims and a blue strip on the side and that pretty much it. and it won't overwrite the RBP version. It is the same as the RBP truck just skinned differntly. Have fun with it
This is the 94 Dodge Lifted Crawler. Its a pretty good truck for offroading and plain crawling. Not for racing. So go to smallisland and have some fun!
Note: You MUST have the following things in your game and extracted to RoR.35/data/trucks
The sterling bullet firetruck pack
The original sterling bullet crawler
The sterling bullet crawler 2.0
THIS MUST BE EXTRACTED TO TRUCKS BECAUSE IT USES MESHES FROM THOSE VEHICLES!
Credits go to:
For the idea
Heres a little extra.
Press G while in the truck to activate the exhaust particles.
Its pretty cool
Those last screenies are just to show how tough this truck is. Crashed into and airport hangar doing 90+
Result: A screwed up tire.
Hopefully this will be my last and best version of my crawler. Using blender I reworked the body and resized it to appropriate sizes. Moved some nodes around, and skinned it (sorta, Im not much of a skinner)
So have fun, I honestly dont know what else I can do with this, but Im open to suggestions. And if youre wondering why its called "The Turtle" its because I thought it looked like one. plus the design also reminded me of the TrailTough competition buggy seen here: http://trailtough.com/images/UROC_small.jpg.
This file also include the BFG krawlers so you dont need to download any additional files and wont harm any existing trucks of mine if youve downloaded them.
There are two additional skins included:
1) a lame attempt at a turtle skin
2) template if youd like to make youre own skin.
I've had requests for versions of my landcruiser that work in >= 0.32 so here are the latest versions of all of my vehicles. I added flares, dashboards, and seats to them. I used the axle mesh from the trail masher on the samurai and put bonehead in the credits. I hope this is ok.
This is my 1964 Jeep Wagoneer.It is currently a rock crawler/mud truck.The jeep has working hydro's in the rear to stiffen the suspension & it also has a hitch just in case you decide to pull something with it.
I decided to add full collision since Multiplayer now has collision. They should crash somewhat well into each other. You can crawl on them with the truggy or other big vehicles There also Blue in this version.
This is a standalone zip, so just place in packs or vehicles folder and play.
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 is just a small amphibious ATV made in the 1970's. It's by far my best creation yet!
Fully independent suspension, with moving suspension meshes. (Except on the versions without suspension)
Working control sticks.
Realistic top speed and handling.
6 versions! (Namely. Stock, Springer, Race, Crawler, Touchobut Special, and The McKay Racer)
My first fully meshed vehicle.
Me (DODGE charger) - Base vehicle and the majority of the work on this
Creak - Engine and help with floatation
Touchobut - Improvements on crawling performance (Crawler version)
Off-Roader - Request for this to be made, specs, and engine sounds
Nightmare80 - Dashboard texture
The Coot can get you anywhere you need to go, whether it be working on the farm or bashing up the trails. With its articulating hull it ensures maximum traction at almost any angle.
Fully animated props (steering wheel, gearshift, tachometer, ignition key)
Flexbody tires (they even work in mulitplayer)
Many upgrade options, so you can make it your own (including almost all upgrades that came with the original Coot)
Working winch on multiple versions
Off-Roader - base mesh, Exo-Cage, mini images and texturing
DODGE charger (me) - N/B, add-on meshes, add-on texturing, diesel sounds, prop placing, etc.
Jaw-4 - stock version rims
PrT Audiman - gas engine sounds
Do it! This thing is meant to be modded. Oxender-Performance will look at your part requests. We also have some PDNs for you to make skins in the thread.
This is a great crawling rig for off-road maps, its not made for jumping or high speed but damn it crawls great!
Drop the "sterlingcrawler.zip" in your packs folder. You MUST have Box5Diesel's original firetruck sterling pack!
I can't thank Box5 enough for the help and support he has given me with this project,
he even let me use the flatbed before he even released it along with dieselfuelonly
who helped test the truck too, thanks a bunch guys!
I hope you enjoy this rig, I'm pretty proud of it!
OK, the time has come. New version's features include
New front suspension
New wheel textures
New stacks Courtesy of Bonehead
New shock meshes Courtesy of Bonehead
Slightly larger tires
Made some node non-contact so it doesn't get hung up so easy
Remember, it's built for crawling, not jumping or racing, so go for a spin on Smallisland and have some fun!
Thanks To Box5 for helping with submeshes and testing. Thanks to Bonehead for permission to use his meshes.
**You MUST have the original firetruck sterling pack and original sterling crawler pack!**
Please ask me and Box5 for permission if you want to release a modified version.
Here's my jeep, it's been in development for nearly a year, it's my first vehicle that I finished.
-Seperate hood/grille, for (atleast decent) deformation (My first try):
"Deformation is awesome." -Gabester -Dana 44 axles
-Atlas II transfercase
I've used real life gear ratios from both the gearbox and transfercase.
With custom sounds.
Credits to Fat-Alfie for his shock texture.
-38" Pitbull Rockers
-Custom made rollcage
-Openable boot and bonnet
-A wide variety of moving parts
-Super soft tyres
Thanks to Fat-Alfie's wheelbeams
-and lots more.
[18-03-2012]-Fixed the idle sound, added ropables, made steering stronger. [08-05-2012]-Wheels tuning: added meshwheels2 and did some more tuning to Fat-Alfie's wheelbeams. Less bouncy wheels, better handling on and off the trails. -Minor fixes.