Added Realism for Vehicles v

About the mod:
The goal of this mod is to make the game feel more realistic and customizing the vehicle for the task more rewarding. The goal is to make the mod universal. This mod supports multiplayer and dedicated servers. No changes in XML is needed. Some data from XML is overwritten.

- In the base game many Vehicles does not take Tire Type into consideration making for example the Lizard Pickup Truck recive unrealistic high friction at all ground types
- This mod fill the missing data based on Tire Track index making it universal
- Different Tire Types now act completely different on different ground types and suffers differently on rain and sinking into the ground
- This mod only supports the 4 standard Tire Types: Mud, Street, Offroad and Crawlers
- Calculates friction based on size of tire making wide tires, duals and tracks worth the money for heavy field work but the narrows suffers making it ideal for easier tasks in later growth state
- Adds rolling and sideway resistance meening
- More wheel load, small tires and soft ground = more force needed for pulling or pushing
- Less wheel load, large tires and hard ground = less force needed for pulling or pushing

- Pulling force for "Plows", "cultivators" and "sowingmachines" is affected by ground type

* Added a Minimum Wheel Size to be effected by REA
* Very small Wheels will get lesser Effect by REA
* Center of Gravity is now only changed during loading of Vehicle, this corrects the "moon" Effect of some Vehicles
* If Center of Gravity is adjusted by Vehicle customizing this data is now not ignored


How to install FS19 mods?

Firstly find a mod which you like and want to download. Then download a mod to your PC. Mods are usually in .zip format file. But sometimes it can be in .rar. If a mod file is a .zip format no needed additional actions. If a file is in .rar, then you must unarchive mod with software like WinRar or Zip7. Windows 10 users no need to use software for archives, Win10 itself has a feature to unarchive files.

The next step is to find mods folder in your PC. Usually, it is in Documents/My Games/Farming Simulator 19/2019. Open the "mods" folder and put downloaded .zip archive or unarchived .rar file to this folder.

Last step. Enjoy of FS19 mods!

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