I say, the Old-en is Gold-en. So, let's make that Gold sparkle!
This is a sound modification of Lenni's first and second creations; the Man5to and Man7to. Both are in the back pages of the Repository. I recorded some sound straight from a Man Kat 7to and put it on this truck. Enjoy my sound mod!
I have full permission direct form Lenni to release this modification.
I present to you, the 1915 Ford Model T. This holds the name of the oldest real car ever to be put into RoR. This is the Original "Go everywhere, anywhere" car.
There are 6 versions. There is a Pickup truck (2WD and 4WD), a Sedan, a Coupe, a Touring, and a Junker version. The gear ratios/axle ratios/wheel size/engine power/top speed are all real specifications. The top speed is a physically limited 40 MPH on the dot for all versions except the power-degraded Junker. The Junker's top speed is closer to 30. All versions except the Junker have 21 Horsepower. Junker has around 18. You cannot drive this car in Automatic Transmission mode, as the gap between 2nd and 3rd, then 3rd and 4th are too large for the game to gearshift between them correctly. Thus, you must drive in Manual or Fully Sequential gearbox mode to get up to cruising speed.
These vehicles are not flexbody, and each on average have between 10K and 20K polys total including all 4 wheels. Honk the horn for a sound only '10s - '30s Fords can produce. Aoooga! Sometimes when you turn, it heavily understeers because the front axle is not very strong, so be careful.
Custom sounds are thanks to DODGE charger (thank you!)
All meshes and N/Bs are thanks to myself, Sirendude2011.
Do not mod this vehicle. Treat this like you would a real Model T 100 years of age. Would you (attempt) to hellaflush a Model T? No, so don't do it. Same goes for hydraulics and lifts with mud tires. It is impossible to skin it with anything except solid colors (no designs), so don't try.
Enjoy this historic vehicle! The driving experience is like no other vehicle in RoR history, believe me.
6/4/2013 UPDATE- improved, non-headache-inducing engine sound loops, horn can now be honked properly!
This is my first truck...there are some bugs such as suspension problems...Feel free to mod and skin...Just give me credit! Please let me see the mods and skins before uploading them
Me FOR THE TRUCK
Yodel714 for his truck creation tutorial
This is a 1976 Ford W-9000 cab-over-engine semi tractor. A fairly basic node-beam vehicle that will get the job done. All of the pieces for this were created by me (M-138) except the mirrors. Feel free to modify, just remember to give credit.
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 pack is my attempt to capture the Streamline Moderne style popular in the 1930s and 1940s. The vehicles are all fictional, but their performance is realistic. I hope you'll enjoy driving them as much as I have enjoyed making them.
1948 Martin T64S "Custom" Tractor
A very low-slung 6x4 tractor. It has independent front suspension with double wishbones and load sharing rear suspension. The engine is a naturally aspirated 12-cylinder diesel driving through a 7-speed gearbox and locking differentials. Overall length is 29 ft, wheelbase 22 ft from front axle to centre of rear axle group, width 102 in, height 14 ft 9 in to tip of smokestacks. Kerb weight is 20,000 lbs, gross combination weight 80,000 lbs.
Fully loaded, the T64S will reach a top speed of 60 MPH with one of the included trailers. It will accelerate from 0-50 MPH in 1 minute, 0-60 MPH taking approximately 2 minutes.
1948 Martin O40 Tanker
A streamlined tank trailer in fictional "Hexaco" livery. Steel unibody, load sharing suspension. Overall length is 40 ft, wheelbase 28 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, height 10 ft 6 in. Loaded weight is 60,000 lbs.
1948 Martin F45 Flatbed
A simple flatbed trailer with stainless steel load deck and load sharing suspension. The deck is submeshed with the rollon flag and has ties to secure loads. Overall length is 45 ft, wheelbase 36 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, deck height 59 in, overall height 79 in to top of bulkhead. Kerb weight is 12,500 lbs, rated load 47,500 lbs.
1948 Martin V59 "Streamliner" Dry Van
A very large and somewhat impractical dry van. It has a streamlined stainless steel unibody and load sharing suspension. Overall length is 59 ft, wheelbase 47 ft from kingpin to axle group centre, width 102 in, height 14 ft 9 in. Loaded weight is 60,000 lbs.
These have only been tested in Rigs of Rods version 0.38.67.
The wheels have 40 nodes each, and the meshes were made in Sketchup. Don't expect these to be FPS-friendly.
The trailers are roll coupled via the system used by Lenni and Badboy for trailer steering. The centre of gravity and suspension are tuned accordingly; the trailers may topple easily on trucks that lack these nodes.
To minimise rolling resistance, the wheels are pushing the limits of the beam engine. They tend to oscillate when stationary. Caution is advised when stopping or parking on slopes as they may creep.
The trailers have very low drag. The T64S will not pull most other trailers at high speed.
CGTextures does not allow redistribution of its textures under open source licences. You must remove/replace their texture before releasing modifications of this truck. All other assets used are available for modding. See the readme for specific file information and licensing details.
This is a Cushman Industrial Vehicle similar to the Titan series. This is my first truck (besides the tutorial), so please give feedback. It has a custom dash, custom sounds, and is fully sub-meshed. I also tuned the engine best I could to mimic an electric motor, and it is only about 100 kilos away from the real vehicle weight. Mods are welcome, and encouraged, just remember to give credit. Enjoy!
-Stiffened the shocks slightly for a better ride. (Still fun though)
-Added two new skins, Red and Blue.
-Reduced stalling when switching gears, or under high load.
-A few other niceties.
This is the dumper-version of my Mercedes Kurzhauber. Everything is made by me. Its ropable, so you could also carry it.
Its a bad frameeater, but you can deactivate the mirrors and the mesh-wheels if you ve poor framerates.
Its not already done, but for the moment its some nice stuff i think.
you can connect trailers to the front- and the back-hook
You can lower and lift the supports with F1/F2
You can lower and lift the Dumper with F3/F4
As long as you give me credits, you re allowed do verything you like to and that makes the trucks better.
Using parts of my trucks for your own project surely also allowed, only let the people know who has done the originals.
It was nice to get an PM if you plan to publish it on other sites than these.
i made my first trophy truck that is real RWD and can actually take turns right.
give it a try at la paz track since it where i tested and tuned it. use wheel for best results.
tell me what you think.
you are free to mode and make meshs if you want.
This is a 1992-2002 Nissan Skyline gtr r34 Monster Energy Edition, With realistic behaviour on different surfaces, it has been fine tuned to be like the real car and has a top speed of 150MPH,It has custom Monster decals/vinyls and has our beloved Ken Block on the roof
Added some copyright file to the zip, since someone found it necessary to use my mesh without permission for another game.....
This is the Liebherr LTC 1045-3.1. It's a small compact crane which can lift 45t at close range.
The crane is fully skinable and you can download the PDN files here You are allowed to release new skins onto the repo but please make it a .skinzip!
Be sure you got an up to date RoR version
- Lenni for mapping the whole crane and his tons of work on finishing this project!(Mirrors, flares and N/B fixes!)
- AIN_002 for editing meshes and bug fixes on the N/B
You can also find the controls by the T-screen. (just press T in-game)