Wrangmog

Hi guys, I created this topic to show people what I'm working on. I will post screenshots and updates in this topic. I won't upload all the little thinks I do, but the big things will be posted here.

I hope people like it.

I'm sure we will! Welcome to the modding community mate. Looking forward to your projects.

Right now I'm working on new axles for my jeep project and this is how they look like:

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Those are based on unimog u1300 axles, I think they look awesome but I would like to hear what you guys think of it. (I'm not finished yet with this rear axle in the picture)

@wrangmog
I think they look awesome too, man!

Blimey how long did that take? I can only of doing something that complex.

@Digital-X It took me 2 days for the rear axle and its not finished yet, when I'm done with the rear axle I'm starting with the front axle, which will be more difficult because of all the steering parts.

Meant to type "can only imagine"*

Been doing this long?

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@Digital-X what's long, I started 2 or 3 years ago with my first 3d model, a mercedes AMG 6x6 (not for a game). after a year of just modelling I decided to just try making mods when I have spare time left. I started with a really basic mod, after that I tried and tried to make a more complex model but it just didn't work so I made an ultra4, and now I'm working on my biggest project, my own jeep wrangler. I started modelling this mod in july 2017 and by doing a little bit more every now and then I got to the point I'm now (I moddeled everything by my self for this jeep).

really good job on that portol axel man,not been many if any in spintires before,keep up the good work

@wrangmog Nice modeling man I made a U1300 a while ago never released it, i might finish it one day lol

I got the front axle done and in place after a lot of work. Had to change the spring setup for this axle because it didn't fit with the new axle.
(you can't see it, but it has 2 traction bars on each side on the front axle)

here is the final result:
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@wrangmog
How many polys is that, man? Looks sick!

@Mexican_420 I believe it was around 4 to 5 thousand polygons, I'm not sure

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here are some pictures of the new axles in game, the steering isn't done yet, it still has to be animated.

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Hi guys, here the latest update on the jeep.
I changed and updated the steering wheel and also added an animation to it so it turns.
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let me know what you guys think of it.

Looks really good, similar to one I have in real life bar the Jeep logo. DId getting the hand position take long?

@Digital-X what do you mean with the last part of your question??

The hand position on the wheel, sorry. I see on some trucks it is out of proportion to the wheel.

@Digital-X I had the first steering wheel to small, this one is bigger so it fits to the radius of the hands because you can't change the radius of the hands.

@wrangmog you sure? give this a look.
in your game folder, mudrunner/media.zip/classes/env/drivers_skeleton.xml

@8up-local yes, because you have to change it in the truck .XML.
When you change it in the game file it won't work for everyone.

@wrangmog ok, i was not sure. i try, but coding stuff like that is my weak point to put it nicely. lol

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Just to let everyone know, I'm working on a new mod build on a jeep chassis. It has a tube frame, portal axles, diesel engine, 40 inch genius tires and much more.

Screenshots will be added later today.

Here are the promised screenshots:

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The build isn't close to being finished.

@wrangmog
Still looks badass even for a WIP dude!
And I knew that 2nd winch line looped under the chassis to the front! Slick setup man. 🙂

Looks beefy man, I like those U1300 axles.

@mexican_420 actually it runs underneath the co-pilot his seat, because their is close to no space under the frame and when it runs underneath the chassis you have a change of damaging the rope. But still, nice that you noticed that

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Slowly making progress on the build, created the snorkel and the radiator today:

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