Wheel Weight Averages?

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  1. KennyWah

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    What are some approx weights for different wheels?
     
  2. burk

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    you can find them in the jbeam?
     
  3. Dummiesman

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    Are you talking about ingame or just in general?
     
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    Real Life
     
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    {"hubRadius":0.21},
    {"hubWidth":0.34},
    {"tireWidth":0.36},
    {"pressurePSI":22},


    How big would this wheel be and how much would it weigh?
     
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    ........
     
  8. Dummiesman

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    ....Yes?

    to get the total weight of the tire, calculate numRays X nodeWeight X 2
    to get the total weight of the rim, calculate numRays X nodeWeight X 2
     
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    Nothing... lol
     
  10. KennyWah

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    No I am trying to figure out a realistic weight for the size of that wheel not calculate the weight of my wheel config.
     
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    Please reply with something actually useful or that has relation to the thread and not "DA-DA-DA-DA-DOT"
     
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    You would have to account for wheel materials and rims and stuff also.
    For rims try this.
     
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  13. Dummiesman

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    @Slayersen Since BeamNG is in SI, radius would be in meters (radius x 2 = size), as well as the widths. So you could calculate size this way, and calculate weight as I said above. Then you can compare whether it's realistic.
     
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