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Jeep Wrangler

uploaded by Orz_PX 1 year ago

ATTENTION 1: This Jeep DOES NOT run fast. It is designed for rough terrain!
ATTENTION 2: Drive with caution, replication of the same system in the real world weakens the structure in the game!

It equips the following:
- Realistic suspension, the same type found on the vehicle
- Anti-roll bar for front axle (as shown in the second last picture)
- Differential with lock on rear axle, no need to stop the vehicle before switching on/off the diff lock
- Operable doors
- Synced steering wheel

To maneuver:
- TGFH for forward, backward, left and right
- R for lower rear axle, Y for lower front axle
- 1,2 for doors
- 3,4 for the rear door
- 5,6 for locking and unlocking the rear axle differential.

Finally, feel free to apply any skin packs on it.

It is also in the workshop:

BTW, I've updated the old-tres-cat's ground deformation mod, it can be found in the spiderlinggames forum.
posted by nikitaign 1 year ago
Hello! I enjoy driving the jeep with nice suspension. But the steering is not so good. Look at my steering mech and do it. (it will be perfect)

Check out my other machines -
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago
You just provided a terrible example of trying to sell your idea to others.
In short, I will not use it.
But thanks for your kindness, I appreciate it.
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago
In case you might think me being arrogent, I'll explain a bit. If you find it too long to read, just jump to the last part.

First of all, adding scaled, especially shrunken, components will make the vehicle in a state when some weird collision happend, it will explode like a piece of firework.

And secondly, the conncection between scaled components could be very different, increasing the complexity of building the vehicle.

Thirdly, the front suspension is made of 5 linkages and an anti-roll bar. And the steering is synced with the steering wheel. That is enough for one single part of the suspension and RTC is just taking too much space. Btw, RTC is weak in maintaining the direction of motion on rough terrain and have greater turning radius.

Making a chassis alone is simple because there is plenty of space for you. Adding the body is a different story and it is a lot harder. So don't be a smartass just say yours is better without studying in detail how other's machine is made and why it is made this way. You're just showing your idiocy.
posted by nikitaign 1 year ago
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago
Excuse me?
posted by nikitaign 1 year ago
F*ck off
posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago
cool, but a nice return to centre steering would be cool. anyway, anything change if i lock or unlock the rear axle diferencial?
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago
You need to go over some rough terrain to see the difference between lock and unlock the diff lock.
You should be able to observe when unlocked one wheel would spin free if not in touch with the ground.
And if you lock the differential, both wheels should spin simultaneously.
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago
And thanks for the suggestion of RTC, but as I said, I would not implement it for the reasons I've already mentioned earlier.
posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago
Ok ;)
posted by se77e 1 year ago
dude can u put the skin pack on mediafire or zipshare cuz i dont have the steam version of besiege
posted by Orz_PX 1 year ago