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[1.0.5] Adjustable Landing Gear v1.2.0 (mass/cost scaling, tech nodes, drag) - May 30


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Landing gear the way you want it!

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v1.2.0 Update Info

v1.1.1 Update Info

v1.1.0 Update info

No longer requires Firespitter!

This is a small part pack of landing gear that you can adjust to suit your needs.

Currently there are three parts: The standard single wheel version, and a slightly buffed two-wheel version and a larger 4-wheel version (although, all parts can be rescaled).

Using the tweakable sliders you can change:

- Ride height

- Leg angle

- Wheel angle

- Suspension spring

- Suspension damper

- Scale

- Brake torque

- Max steering angle

You can also click on "Auto-align wheel" to make the wheels perpendicular to the ground.

It also has steering and a motor.

Similar to the B9 wheels, you can "Toggle Heatshielding" to turn the bay doors black!

-Note: These are intended for use in the SPH only.

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Dear BahamutoD, I have a problem with the wheels sinking into the ground and not doing anything

Make sure you have the firespitter plugin. It uses the firespitter wheel module, so it requires the Firespitter plugin despite that plugin not being included in the download.

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Excellent stuff, solves a lot of problems.

One tiny issue, if the brakes are triggered while the gear is moving, the indicator light won't go back to blue again.

Also a thought: Would it possible/useful to have the leg's forward/backward angle adjustable as well?

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Make sure you have the firespitter plugin. It uses the firespitter wheel module, so it requires the Firespitter plugin despite that plugin not being included in the download.

I have the same problem, yet I installed it. Does the Firespitter plugin need to be in a certain folder or something? It does seem to load it as it says it's not compatible with 0.25 (which is weird since I got the latest version).

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