|Category||Farming Simulator 19|
|Rubens De Moraes (Rhubens)||14.12.2021 01:25|
|I noticed that my truck, when it is fully loaded (42k) it starts to slide sideways, and when I brake, even when the truck stops, it slides for 1 or 2 seconds, after that it stops completely.
I suspect it has something to do with the collision mask of my suspension (My suspension is conected with "joints"). Because is the same what happens to my vehicles when they climb my lowloader, they slide a little before stop completely.
But it also can be some "wheels configurations".
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||14.12.2021 01:36|
|Yes. Mainly the wheel properties determine the driving behavior.
You must also see, the max. load is now depending on fillType (massPerLiter).
If you turn off this option in game settings, may lead to worse behaviour.
|Rubens De Moraes (Rhubens)||14.12.2021 02:43|
|Apparently it has something to do with "rotInertia" attribute, but I dont know exactly how it works
|my tractors have the same problem never could figure it out
|did the above-mentioned stuff fix the problem for you?
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