I have made this spreadsheet with the values in the xmls files.
I cannot say for sure how much a truck will get stuck in the mud with these values since it depends on the mass, the torque BUT also the size of the wheel, the type of the wheel and how many wheels it has. I however can compare the three similar trucks (4320, 255 and 65111). The conclusion is that the 4320 LONG is the best.
- 4310 is better than the 4320/375.
- 65111 is worse than 4320 variants and 255 variants.
- Its easier to tow a garage tent + trailer than a full semitrailer since the semitrailer weights more.
- The easier setup of all (with "normal" trucks) is 1 truck with a short crane + 1 truck with 2 loads of short logs. It weights less than 2 trucks with medium logs. It gives 9 points (short logs now give 3 points each).
I have no idea of xml coding and to be honest Im not sure if the mass is right. There are several mass values, and I have added them all in every xml file to get the total. If someone knows for sure tell me and I will redo the values if they are wrong. The rest are all right.
The values from AngVel is the angular velocity of the tires in each gear, but have in mind that depending on the size of the wheel, for the same angular velocity, the speed of the truck changes.
I was interested in these values because when loaded you mostly spend the time in 1st gear and high gear, so I wanted to know which trucks were the fastests, but it seems that they all are equal, except the 535/537 which seems to be the fastest of all in high gear (have in mind, big tires equals more speed).