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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Aug 6, 2012.
Alright... sorry i didn't knew that cab version thing.
In the rear they are actual fender flares only, but in the front, it is an entirely new fender. So go to the fender and choose the other one
Please, just stop digging yourself a bigger hole.
Thanks man, I've been curious since I first bought BeamNG why there was no selectable front flare.
Will there ever be skid plates?
The off-road front bumper has a sort of skid plate attaching to the lift kit bracket.
But more like a transfer case skid and fuel tank skid, also have you thought about body match sport bumpers?
Already there, just gotta edit materials.cs to point it to "pickup_c_alt.dds" and you'll have body-colored bumpers and grille
I was thinking that with the D-Series when the Roamer comes out, would it be possible to have a Roamer front end conversion for the D-series & vice versa. Kinda like the Ford Ranger & Ford Explorer front end conversions. Just a thought
+ 1 for that
Hey is a D35 (Dually) or Long Bed gonna come for this truck? Would love to see a long bed dually version of this truck
There's already a fan made mod for that : Gavril-D15-D25-D35-Stepside-etc-v0-4-1
A shitty render of what I think the D15/ Roamer conversion would look like.
lern 3 qwote m7
It wouldn't stop on windshield wipers. There must be functional door handles, license plate lamps and so on...
quick unrelated question...where is the official thread for the Roamer? id love to just see gabes description of it (i posted in the D-15 forum as it is literally the closest and most related thread)
dont h8 m8
http://wiki.beamng.com/Gavril_Roamer Closest youre gonna get
Gabe, whenever your truck looks like this, and can still run and drive almost perfectly, it's either WAY over-engineered, or it runs on kryptonite... I love it. Thank you for this tank we call a truck.
Trucks of this time period were quite simple machines. With a tough ladder chassis it doesn't really matter how much damage the bodywork takes as the oily bits underneath have almost no need of it.