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Released WLD FS30-2 diesel-electric locomotive

Discussion in 'Land' started by BeamDrifter, Aug 16, 2018.

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  1. acynder

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    I want to ram trought a swich yard on a train just to see what happens
     
  2. Leandro.

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    The locomotive looks pretty good in visuals and even other stuff, why you dont launch it? i know, its not 100% completed, but there's your work is just perfect for like a 1.0 version
     
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  3. sergeikat

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    Hey, when do we get a version 1 release? looking sooo forward to using this!
     
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  4. marlenemancuso

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    When its ready
     
  5. Jarret Rucker

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    Friendly reminder that if you look at the first post, you can see that everything is almost done. My prediction of the release: Before or during Spring Break.
     
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  7. zagdima

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    as for me this mod is perfect and i'm ready to pay for it f.e. 10$ so the author will contniue to develop it instead of mods gaming steal it. Why there is no paypal donation link?
     
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  8. marlenemancuso

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    I would totally pay $10 for this.
     
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  9. Jarret Rucker

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    I'd pay $15-$30 for this mod tbh.
     
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  10. BeamDrifter

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    48 configs so far
     
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  11. Jarret Rucker

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    Bruh.
     
  12. marlenemancuso

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    Oh maw gawd, itz botiful
     
  13. CaptainZoll

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    but will the engine fit in my covet?
     
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  14. acynder

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    Dont worry, your covet defintly fits in that engine.
     
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    I can't tell from the picture, but are there going to be different short hood variations?
     
  16. BeamDrifter

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    Yes, there are 81", 88" and 116" short hoods with headlights or without them.
     
  17. Tesla66

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    very nice, thank you
     
  18. SwagMaster11

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    DAMN
     
  19. marlenemancuso

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    Also, forgive me if I’m stupid, but what’s the difference between the 1972 model and 1980 model?
     
  20. BeamDrifter

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    1972 model:
    - Wire grid radiator intakes
    - 81" short hood/nose
    - Standard radiator fans
    - Standard exhaust

    1980 model:
    - Corrugated radiator intakes
    - 88" nose
    - Q(uiet)-type radiator fans
    - Silencer exhaust
     
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