I've had it with ETS2

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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#71 Post by Soilingcomic » 23 Apr 2018 06:31

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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#72 Post by Space_Night » 20 May 2018 01:08

Lexx wrote:
05 Apr 2018 17:27
What you have experienced there is a hang-up, this is a COMMON PROBLEM of a 6x2 in real life too where the weight gets taken off the drive axle. If you have the ability to RAISE the axle then it is advisable to do so to prevent you getting the axle hung up. When going off road if you have a lift axle, the best thing to do is to hit the retract button and you're good to go.

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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#73 Post by Space_Night » 20 May 2018 01:20

CARL1992 wrote:
06 Apr 2018 15:36
well, if he doesnt want to learn it then he should stick with his overrated american trucks with his 28m "trailer" (finnish people will laugh at you with there 35m trailers) and we can enjoy ETS2 further without any struggle because we know how to drive, or what to do if we should get stuck

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BTW, you showed it how you "try" to climb the slope without momentum from a standstill, so it is only fair i do the same :lol:

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Carl1992 If a Renault can do it, ANYTHING can. I run a tag axle for pretty much everything and only twice have I got stuck. One hauling a crane to Batise Nr brest, the other was hauling the haul truck chassis to a quarry and had to stop on a hill whilst my view to the monitor was interrupted as a friend closed the curtains. a roll back down the hill onto tarmac and a second run and it was in the bag. The crane to the quarry had to be auto parked.

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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#74 Post by Lexx » 20 May 2018 01:30

Space_Night wrote:
20 May 2018 01:08
When going off road if you have a lift axle, the best thing to do is to hit the retract button and you're good to go.
Or have it the easy ways (if I ever decide to play that game again):
- not to choose anythingX2 chassis for quick jobs
- take the time and make these chassis 6x6
- or better yet - install my fully exported American truck to ETS2 whose chassis is 6x4 and it would never have this problem with offroad bumps :lol:
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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#75 Post by Space_Night » 20 May 2018 01:51

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if you don't have a lift axle, DO NOT STOP on a hill, use the momentum of the trailer behind you to push you up the hill. you can trigger the delivery interface boxes from ANY ANGLE.

this is my ride off road
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6x2 Scania rear lift - its my "GO-TO" truck. I have only ever been stuck twice with this set up, delivering to Batise windfarm factory trying to get in. I got in, just needed a run up and fired off the auto park! The other was the Haul Truck into a quarry with a long gravel access road. had to stop because view to the monitor was interrupted as someone reached across to close them. Once I had reversed back to the hard standing, a good run kept it going.

According to the dev's (yes i got to speak to one at Truck fest in peterborough), the game is designed to be able to have ANY LOAD delivered by ANY truck,
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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#76 Post by Space_Night » 20 Aug 2018 21:35

Yannis, my ride is a 6x2 thats because of a preference for the 6x2 rear lift. 6x2 mid lifts are a compromise but 6x2 tag lift i find more manouvrable in tight spaces than a 4x2. most driving is done tag-down but I pop the tag when I want to spin it round in a tight area.

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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#77 Post by xXCARL1992Xx » 20 Aug 2018 21:40

if someone gets stuck, be it with a 4x2, a 6x2/4 or a 6x4 it is his/her own fault, if you cant drive without thinking ahead you are just not fit for it, simple as that, i didnt get stuck once sinc i started to use more then just 4x2 chassis even with kast his 35m/60t trailer i can get almost everywhere i want to
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Re: I've had it with ETS2

#78 Post by KoolHoven » 09 Nov 2018 18:11

Nothing wrong with the game. The only thing wrong here is you cant drive lol
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