This is my selfmade Mercedes "Kurzhauber". It has good offroad capabilitis for a truck of this kind. Suspension and Engine are in a medium setup, so i hope everyone can have fun with this. There are Mirrors and Meshwheels prepared in the truckfile, simply activate them, if your machine has enough gfx power. There will follow more different versions of this truck.
updated version - some bugfixes
added 2 trailers, semi and turnaxle trailer.
did some mesh-updates....
Big thanks to Dodge Charger, Murkas and Auke1 for their help.
This is my mod to BigBoy and 95blackz27's Kenworth T800.
Things I added/remade:
I chopped the stacks.
Fixed to hydraulics in the back (red/green)
Made the truck shinier.
Change the color then changed it back.
Added a weight to the Tri-Axle Longframe Daycab (.truck file #1)
Added then got rid of a bull bar from the Kenworth SAR.
Added then got rid of custom mudflaps made by me.
Added color to the door handle.
Authors: BigBoy (Original Truck); 95blackz27 (Added Traction Control, Shined Driveshaft) HemiBoy95 (Aolcao Wheels) CarBoy (Weight and N/B for Weight) Scania_Lover (This mod of it)
2008 KME Predator fire engine, based on the fire engine from Butler NJ.
- Openable doors and windows
- Tilting cab
- Animated props; driveshafts, light switches, pedals, dashboard needles...
- Can simulate engine torque twisting force (RoR first)
- Comes in 2 versions; caterpillar and detroit, both equiped with allison 5 speed auto transmission
- 22 commands (F1 to Ctrl+F12)
- 9 custom lights (Ctrl+1 to 9)
-Default light bar flares showing on the roof when "M" was pressed
-Broken turn signal
-Mirrors are back again
-Added Eminox's engine/gear ratio & driving aids
-Now accept .skinzip files
-Detroit and Caterpillar version are combined into the same .truck file, use the in-game menu to make your choice.
Starling 911, this is Starling Engine 1 responding. Yes ladies and gentlemen, I this is my first upload, and I have made a skin for the KME Preditor by Cydvx and Pascal. With Cydvx's permission I am releasing it. Now mind you this is a Standalone skin, Instructions are in the zipfile. they should help you.
Credit: Cydvx and Pascal for the original KME and Blank skin [read more]
I am happy to present the preliminary release of our Chevrolet Express n/b mod. Do to some real life issues I am releasing this somewhat incomplete. Most of the vans are fully drivable and have a full set of flares. Some of the others have half finished flares. They all have dashboards and seating. Also comes with a crappy lightbar that I made by myself.
Modding will be allowed and encouraged. However I request that ALL parties be credited. I will have a list in this post and on the README file in the zip. I also would appreciate displaying your modifications in this topic.
Creak = Chassis
Silvermanbblue = Body, skinning and some meshes
09challenger = Sounds
Khadner = School bus version consultant.
ROREMS = Ambulance consultant
Bonehead = for his blower mesh
VeyronEB = Camper and limo versions (Future versions in progress)
NO weight tuning, these are not realistic in the weight department.
Some flares missing on certain versions
Suspension issue with the class b camper
These are two of my favorite trucks, 1975 Chevrolet Titan 90 and GMC Astro 95.
The Astro 95 and the Titan 90 both have a Detroit 8v-71 318.
updated again with Sounds, The Titan is now longer in the GN Empire Builder Scheme
She's painted like my Titan model. Big Sky Blue and White with Black and gold stripes.
Now Without Visor, And Detroit 318 Straight pipe Sound Added.
Model - dneufeld
Wheels - Hemiboy
Adding the wheels - DougFunnie
Skins and tuning - MADDRIX
Sounds - MADDRIX - NRS91
Here is the first US rolling stock, so you can finally tow some waggons with my ALP.
A loadable 40ft boxcar, comes in several liveries.
You can open the doors by grabbing the levers at the doors, 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 boxcar through the vehicle selection menu game will crash if you try to exit the boxcar, simply change into another enterable vehicle via the menu and exit there.
donoteat, maddrix for skins
sputnik_1 for helping me with adjusting the node/beam.
Here's the first part of a mega-pack of the MAN F2000 Evo.
-Two versions (4X4 and 6X4)
-Detailed mesh body/wheels
-Interior with custom dashboard and moving steering wheel
-Raisable lift axle (only available on the 6X4 version)
-Trailer hitch (only available on the 6X4 version)
-Sprung Cab (It'll tilt as you accelerate/brake/go over a bump)
-Openable cargo van
-Flares, exhaust, etc.
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
It can load 1x 40', 45' or 48' are also possible, but that may result in too much front and rear overhang and then the container might hit the tractor unit.
The other possibilities are 2x 20', 1x 20' in the middle or at the end with retracted chassis back.
You can extend and retract the rear end to fit different containers on, and it is possible to adapt the suspension to different heights and loads,
the command keys show up in the ingame preview.
There is also a version with two containers fixed to the trailer for people who don't bother loading or unloading it.
If you want to reskin it please use the GUID system and skinzip files, then you can upload your skins to the repo.
Don't modify anything else or use parts of it on other models without my permission please.
Hello, I'm here to show a skin that created the MB Atego COMAX, with permission of the coco, the company's Brazilian postal service called Correios or Sedex.
Show some pictures and hope you like it.
Credits to Coco and Pedro, creators of the vehicle. [read more]
well here is my first upload the the repository its a skin for the Mercedes-Benz Atego with CoMax-Body&Lift V2 the skin is for my company called rormart. you dont have to sign up to get the skin if you do wish to purchase or sign up here is the link: rormart
to install just put the DDS file in your MB-Atego-CoMax.zipMB-Atego-CoMax.zip and your done [read more]
This is an essentially imaginary truck made from scratch. I've tried to base it loosely on trucks from the 1930's and 40's but its unique. It has meshwheels, a contactable bed and i've tried to give it as close to real handling as i could. Yes its huge but my sketchup ogre exporter stopped working so i cant resize it.
Credits go to: Fordfan for the chassis and me for the mesh and chassis tweaks.
This pack has four custom Kenworth T600's. They started as a joke but I got carried away. There is probably a lot of bugs and stuff I haven't found but I just wanted to get them finished.
Most of the trucks are completely impractical. The wheel base is too long to have a tight turning circle. They sit so low you'll rip your bumper off the instant you hit a gutter. The lowriders with hydraulics have the worst ride imaginable and are stiff as a rock. The only purpose they really serve is to look cool.
'L' to lock on a trailer
'N' for lights
'Ctrl+1' for headlights
'F4/F3' to raise and lower the hood
For trucks 2 and 3:
'F5/F6' for front hydros
'F7/F8' for rear hydros
Feel free to mod these or do your own bug-fixin' however you see fit.
Kenworth trial truck based around a w900. The pack contains two options- regular and FPS. Features open, split and locked diff options. Low gearings for offroading and crawling. The regular version also has flexmesh tyres.
Thanks to Box5 for the original meshes and chassis.