- meshes made with great care and attention to detail
- animated suspension (includes leaf springs and shocks)
- animated steering link
- animated drive shafts (no they dont rotate. just flex with the suspension)
- detailed meshwheels and rims
- custom sounds (includes jeep starter and engine sounds and a custom crash sound: warning these are 'eh' in terms of quality. i know no one thats owns a jeep. and had to record off the internet. google video FTW!)
somwhat of an interior (made to look good from drivers perspective. and from outside looking into the windows) which includes
- working dashboard gauges
- working steering wheel ( yes its a new steering wheel in an old jeep. i like it better then the old ones)
- custom jeep seats
- flares (headlights, brake lights, blinkers and reverse lights)
- comes with all the 0.36 goodies including
- specular textures (real world reflections)
- damage texture
- antena bounces around and bends wile driving.
An updated version of Mr X's Peel P50, I have added sounds, touched up some textures, packed the whole bonus pack, released shortly after the original release, together in this file. There are 2 police cars, both have their own custom sirens.
The SFPD cop car I made is included in the pack, as well as the Crane version with a custom paintjob.
The race versions have a 9 HP pull-cord ignition Go-Kart engine making it fast enough to add a lot of oomph to the small car.
The normal road versions (including police, crane and tank) have a 50cc Vespa engine, while the starter sound is from my father's BMW F650 GS motorcycle.
Credits go to
Mr X for the vehicle
Zipppy (me) for sounds and texture touch ups
McReed for the tank version
Aivar for the camera fix
*****NOTE: Most features will not work in 0.35, only the camera fix and texture updates will.*****
If a previous version is installed, please remove it, as this may conflict.
Installation on 0.36 and above, is by saving the .zip archive to "My Documents/Rigs of Rods/packs"
Installation on 0.35 is by either extracting the files to "Rigs of Rods 0.35/data/trucks" or by saving the archive to "Rigs of Rods 0.35/packs"
The images taken had a lighting bloom mod active, in case anyone wonders.
f1 and f2 for the front. F3 and F4 for the rear. It has commands and shocks so it's a much smoother ride and helps with the bouncing! I painted the skin (and pain stakingly did a pinstriping), did up some custom rims (wheelfaces), tinted the windows and put a mural on the front
CREDITS GO TO:
Bonehead: for the great original
Phillzilla: for making the back-end setup and answerin all my questions, and everything else
Trampus9: For making the UID and beta testing
Tampa: for Beta testing and making sure it works
THIS HAS IT'S OWN UID so it will not over write anything!
There is one beam that breaks if you contract (lower) the front commands to fast, other than that there seems to be nothing wrong with it. But you really have to lay it out hard to break it.
Would love to heat what you think! http://forum.rigsofrods.com/index.php?topic=20258.0 I think
This amplirollpack consists out of one flatbed load and one ampliroll with a generator on it. The generator has an engine so there is smoke (I suggest slamming it into 3rd gear going full-throtle and pressing enter to get out the smoke will continue while your not in there).
Note: This is not some kind of mod, it is build from scratch by me and only me.
A set of standard shipping containers--both 20ft and 40ft.
- Fully stackable and stable to at least 3 high.
- Ropable at each corner both top and bottom
- Contacter points enable interlocking stacks
Place in Vehicles folder in your My Docs section.
This is my 1st real mod project and decided to do something simple before going on to bigger things. Next step is making a 20ft, 40ft and adjustable trailer to haul these beasties as well as maybe a small-scale cargo ship or barge setup. Dock crane will be the last big thing on the list.
Special thanks go to Lenni for his help in getting them to stack right. Tommylommykins for the layout based on his 45ft box trailer.
As this was a learning process for me, I'm sure the .load file is a little messy and there may be better ways to do this and with less nodes/contacters--but it works. No permission needed to disassemble, mangle, tweak or reskin, just give credit where credit is due.
Two firetruck ladders on the Renault Kerax Chassis released by Adeodat.
Ladder truck 1 has a bucket at the end
Ladder truck 2 has a high visibility straight tip.
Front and back legs can be controlled seperately to level the truck horizontally on a slope
Do not extend the second ladder till the very end, but keep a safety marge of at least 40 cm
I added a camera point behind the control panel
and in the bucket/on top of the ladder
***very big thank you to Adeodat for releasing the basic chassis of the kerax***
BUG DETECTED: If you have other google sketchup files, there could be a material conflict
the bug free version can be downloaded at http://forum.rigsofrods.com/index.ph...0;attach=17076
If you already downloaded this truck, I recommend you to replace it with the bug free version to avoid future conflicts
So finally here are my cargo dollies.
They fit well to my Rofan ZD4 tug.
This pack contains three different loads:
-cargo dollie empty
-cargo dollie loaded with cargobox (make sure to press "o" befrore driving)
All have contactable submesh etc...
The dollies have a 4-wheel-steering and can be hooked together. This is why they are enterable.
I hope you like them.
As requested, some of the stock truck with turn-signals, brake- and reverse lights added.
Skiploader, Tatra, wrecker, 4x6 crane flatbed: just added lights
Agora bus, short: lights and contacter polys. You can now crash into it.
Agora bus, Long: lights, contacter polys, and added 2 nodes to keep it from folding into itself (sortof works)
Ampliroll: lights, more ties for the load and forwardcommand to controll the load
Scanialoader: lights, more ties and more more stable ramp
Daf Semi: re-textured rear bumper and then added lights.
Unzip in trucks folder, and these will overwrite the stock .truck files that came with RoR 0.32
(Make a backup if you want to keep them)