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 Post subject: General Lee ST
PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2007 12:03 pm 
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Well, here it is... my first ST project. I think it went well, except for the shocks, which I could not get rid of. I must thank Malibu350 for designing the new Truck Editor feature in BinEdit, without which this truck would not be possible. Also, I hope ZOTM_Bigdogge doesn't mind me using his stuff. Enjoy!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2007 4:47 pm 
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nice truck, do have to get rid of the shocks tho. Im curious, witht eh small tires na dlower to ground, does it cause that weired suspension ultra soft glitch thing?

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theres an easier way to fix that.... just lower the body onto the chassis...
whats funny is i also just uploaded a general lee pack w/o even knowing there was one, lmao

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That looks great Ethan, nice work buddy.


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 Post subject: Re: General Lee ST
PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:59 am 
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E J D wrote:
except for the shocks, which I could not get rid of.

That's right, the shocks are always present on an MTM2 truck.

However, if you made it as an MTM1 truck, those don't have the shocks so I think that's a way to get rid of them? Not real sure if the MTM1 trk file is compatible with what you have to do to make an ST vehicle, and you'll lose MTM2 features like the lights, but if it bothers you could look into that.

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LOL @ Diggerdude... how weird is that?! I love the way yours looks, just like the General Lee 4x4 that some guy made. Google it... :P

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