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Experimental The CrashHard 8x8 BigRig Truck (Bug Reporting) 1.06

Big heavy 8x8 truck with lots of detachable parts

  1. Crash Hard 01

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    Sorry, im done for now with this project.
     
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  2. ThomasMu

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    This is the first time i had to go from 3840x2160 to 1920x1080 to get some decent frame rate.

    I think that the rev limit is a bit to high for a diesel engine, should be around 3500-4000rpm, and the low range gearing is also a bit high and it would be nice to have some loads in the configurator. Other than that it is a great truck.
     
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  3. Crash Hard 01

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    Yes I`m sure you are right about the rev stuff, and just add the loads already in game (the props) :)
     
  4. Mar4ick

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    sorry i deleted it because i found download button
     
  5. Spython

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    I did notice that the differential lockers don't seem to work for some reason, as sometimes any number of the wheels could be still, with others ones spinning freely even with all diffs locked, and no broken axles on any of them.
     
  6. mtslittow

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    This mod is like driving a real-time simulation of a truck CAD model. The detail is unbelievable.
     
  7. Mar4ick

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    omg this mod is so laggy
    i can normally play in 4x slowing
     
  8. Crash Hard 01

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    I have not had that problem, if other people also experiencing this I will look into it.
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    Thank you so much, so glad you liked all the details I put in to the mod :)
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    I did not joke when putting in the warning on the mod page, and put it under the *experimental* tab ;)
     
  9. DIESEL PESMA

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    i have a fps fix !!!!
    just remove upfit , engine cover and enjoy! 115fps on gridmap before truck , 17fps with the truck , 43-32fps afther part removal
    high priority also helps
     
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  10. eli and reece

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    a have a Xeon equivalent to a second gen core ix series with 6 cores, 12 threads and oced to 4 Ghz. is it normal to be getting 15FPS on East Coast?
    P.S. I have a GTX 960 4 gig. Could I just need to turn down my graphics settings?
     
  11. Spython

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    It does require the truck to be stuck in some pretty bad spot for the bug to happen, so it's luckily not a common problem outside of pushing this monster to the limit while offroading.
     
  12. Crash Hard 01

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    I did not joke when puttin in the warning on the mod page

    Aha, I see, if it gets to be a big problem, I will look into fixing it. But I used to have some instability in the axles and diffs, so I had to lower it a bit.
     
  13. DIESEL PESMA

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  14. MRcrash

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    How is it possible that such complex jbeam is perfectly stiff and not even a bit wobbly or unstable?
     
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  15. TiliteLvr1

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    The dashboard gauges don’t light up when using the lights.
    Is there a special key or command for the gauge lights to work
     
  16. TheMultiTuber™

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    its so damn laggy, but i love it
     
  17. AnOrangeHellcat

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    this may be the first vehicle ive ever seen where a massive crash doubles the framerate, i was getting 18fps before, did a jump and lost the cab and it went up to 45, it's so weird. also it seems to not matter what my graphics settings are, going from 1080p high everything to 1080p low didnt improve the fps at all. this may be one of the only vehicles where id be willing to sacrifice detail in the cab for higher framerate, it's not your fault and it's an amazing mod but it's borderline unplayable on a pc that normally gets 70fps+
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    double post but adding on from that, the cab is the only thing that brings it down from 65 to 18 which is better i guess since i can just remove it, but just another sign i need a new gpu
     
  18. eli and reece

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    How would you turn that on, I've never seen a “high priority” option in the settings menu. @DIESEL PESMA
     
  19. ThomasMu

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    Removing the engine cover worked, thank you!. Now i can play in 4K 60FPS again.

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  20. Sithhy™

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    'Crash hard' is definitely what this mod will do to your PC/game :p
     
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