Kenworth Transfer Dump Truck
A transfer dump truck inspired by a request on the forum.
Credits go to Box5Diesel for his Kenworth truck.
For information on how the system works see the request and showrooms thread.
Feel free to modify, but use a different unique id to make it not conflicting with my truck.
Skins for Box5diesels Kenworth should work on this truck, but I'm not sure.
I've fixed a little bug with the material of the trailer dump box.
this height adjustable car trailer, is designed and built for easy loading of low ground clearance vehicles and loads.
the bed is 2m (6'56) wide and 5m (16'40) long.
load capacities unknown.
it has 4 ties 2 at the front and 2 near the wheels, press o to lock the load.
it has an invisible foot near the front to make attaching to a vehicle easier ctrl+f3/f4.
the bed lift hydrolics are run via ctrl+f1/f2.
the mesh's and textures that are produced by me are distributed open for use to all with credit to author.
This a Orion WH115 bus-trailer.
Doors open/close with F5/F6.
-simple texturing possible
-"Army" (fitting to the same version of the bus)
-"Travel Coventry" (fitting to the same version of the bus)
-"A B Bruch" (this trailer was build after a 1/87 scale model... this is like the one I have as a model)
This trailer was build to fit to pr14sl's S53R V2. To make it have a trailer hitch, please replace this line in the .truck-file:
"111, 11.475, 0.422, 1.25"
with this line:
"111, 11.6, 0.35, 1.25, h".
pr14sl - some parts of "Travel Coventry"-textur and help
Lenni - wheelbands
BigBoy - everything else...
This is a twamco 40 ft tilt deck trailer me and Crazyjoe made it includes custom mesh wheels and mesh body, as far as i have tested it will hold from small vehicles like the bobcat cars and trucks, and all the way up to heavy machinery like the zetor tractors the 450 dozer and the v2 excavator also the MC roler. Goes best behind dump trucks and medium duty trucks like the 1st gen or dodge rams by box5. Please enjoy our trailer to full exstent. WARNING mods to this trailer amy not be released with-ought permission, see me on the forum for details. Their also may be breaking beams on startup just ignore this problem.
you would have seen this be for posted by some one else . i wanted to do more to it be for i put it on the repo.
this is beta 3 most people will be happy with this, i reworked the beam structure so it use's lifter's flexibody template,
or my understanding of it. any one can edit my files, or use them, but tell me what you are doing so i know.
A modified short dump trailer. Originally made by Trevor, this new trailer, has a more common paint job, along with American style rear wheel rims. It has emissive with dot strips. These dump trailers are used in the industry for hauling demolition debris, dirt, aggregate, waste, etc. It works for both 0.35 and 0.36. Everything works except the mini file .
Here's a trailer I made awhile back with a detaching Neck. It can haul some big stuff, has a flexbody deck that bends flat with a heavy load and flexes over bumps. Its not all that finished, but its as finished as its gonna get, lol. I made a video to show how to use it
Ctrl F1 to raise the neck so you can back under and lock on
Ctrl F2 seats the neck on the hitch after you locked on
Ctrl F3 attaches neck to the trailer
Ctrl F4 detaches neck so you can drive it out of the way to load/unload
here is my second upload on the repo:
A 300 ton Heavy Haul LowBoy trailer.
I made the 3d-model some time ago, now I put it into RoR with some overwork.
You can change the color by editing the "300tlb_color.jpg" and the color of the wheels by editing the "300tlb_wheelcolor.jpg".
It has only five invisible wheels, this means it works very smooth even on lower systems (and that is actually the reason why I "cheated" ;-) ).
Use F3/F4 for the (invisible) trailer legs under the first part.
With F1/F2 you can rotate the steering dolly to the left and right. As far as I know this is done via hydraulic in real life. In fact it is just like a semi, but not propulsed.
It is loaded with a big tube.
Have fun driving it (and don't forget to look after the steering dolly ;-) ).