Western Star Trucks Discussion Thread

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#2191 Post by flight50 » 11 Oct 2020 18:34

I doubt it. It only serves one purpose. Its too limited which is why that last pic I linked for the 9 axle works best. I am hoping we can pull a larger tower on the 9 axle with the 49X for Special Transport. The giant Silo is perhaps 40% larger than the current tower part but I can see a silo like load for the tower in Colorado. If it doesn't happen, oh well. But I think ST can use another cargo now.

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Re: Western Star Trucks Discussion Thread

#2192 Post by Roadkill » 11 Oct 2020 19:57

Deezle wrote:
11 Oct 2020 14:29
I got the idea from someone else, but a black grille and bumper totally transforms this truck for me. (trailer/cargo is a private mod I made)
@Deezle Nice pic, that guy in the steer car sure earns his money. :lol: Here's a couple of mine.

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Stuck on the I-5 bridge crossing over into Oregon. Makes me nervous IRL considering the condition of so many of the bridges nowadays.

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#2193 Post by flight50 » 11 Oct 2020 20:04

Nice shot Roadkill of the 49x. I like that USBB in traffic too.

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#2194 Post by Deezle » 11 Oct 2020 21:05

Roadkill wrote:
11 Oct 2020 19:57
Stuck on the I-5 bridge crossing over into Oregon. Makes me nervous IRL considering the condition of so many of the bridges nowadays.
That appears to actually be northbound. They actually had the northbound span closed for a week for repairs of the lifting mechanism a couple weeks ago. The northbound span is 103 years old.

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@Deezle what rims do you have?
Smarty's Alcoa pack.


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#2196 Post by jacobpreece » 18 Oct 2020 19:41

Western Star released 49X cab sizes
https://www.westernstartrucks.com/truck ... lmedia_hmh

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Re: Western Star Trucks Discussion Thread

#2197 Post by Roadkill » 19 Oct 2020 01:11

Now that it's officially released let's see how long it takes to get those sleepers and 8X4 in game. :?:
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#2198 Post by Virgo91 » 19 Oct 2020 01:14

We will get them only if the responsible company(ies)allow them.The responsible company(ies)can say no to one or all of those options.Will that create anger and disappointement?Yes,but if people is angry and disappointed...it's not the responsible company(ies)fault.

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#2199 Post by flight50 » 19 Oct 2020 02:38

Manufacturers don't dictate 8x4 though. That is on SCS.

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#2200 Post by Knightrider » 19 Oct 2020 03:27

IIRC It was confirmed by SCS developer Sisl that its SCS who decides what chassis/cabin variations to use, its not dictated by the manufacturer.
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