Beta D-Series Independent Rear suspensions 4.1.1

Multiple different independent suspension sets for the D-Series

  1. Oliwer Johansson
    Oliwer Johansson
    4/5,
    Version: 4.1.1
    Hello! Amazing mod, however, I have some issues with the air bags. I have installed the IRS version standard frame on the d-series and I wanted to slam it. But when I went to put on the air bags, they immediatly went back to stock coilovers. Am I doing something wrong?
  2. CRASER
    CRASER
    5/5,
    Version: 4.1.1
    Good!
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Thanks. Glad you like it.
  3. rnd2k
    rnd2k
    5/5,
    Version: 4.1.1
    nice
    1. Lucas Mess
  4. starblockset
    starblockset
    4/5,
    Version: 4.1
    I know its a really good mod, however when I try to equip the IRS, it just switches back to the stock live axle. Might be a slot problem idk.
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      This issue was identified to be caused by selecting the IRS when you didn't have one of the IRS frames selected. I will be altering the files to prevent this from happening.
  5. skrrts
    skrrts
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Finally we can slam the d series, amazing mod!
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Thank you. Glad you enjoy it.
  6. Darkness_RedMoon
    Darkness_RedMoon
    3/5,
    Version: 4.0
    It's alright but i don't like how the half shafts stick out on the front end of the truck when i use this mod but its good for what it is..
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      This problem has been fixed
  7. Divepunk
    Divepunk
    4/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Hey Hey, I'm glad to see you finally made it to Repo with this SOB. I'm glad I inspired you to get it going and work on it improving it all the way to this point.

    I'm only a bit saddened that I didn't get the chance to write the first review on 'er. Though whatever that's just how she goes sometimes.

    Honestly was surprised no one had even attempted anything like this, and the fact that it took two forums before someone replied to me with I can take a crack at it or some such lol. Yet surprised just as well oddly enough that anyone actually did bother with this idea. I mighta' been starting to think it was only interesting to me but kept my determination.

    You actually kinda showed me that on these forums despite the nay-sayers perseverance pays off, or as they say "The squeaky wheel gets the oil." As a result of keeping on with the IRS for Roamer H, and D-series forums. . . now we got this on Repo!

    I still remember how it was some months back when you took up on making it posting updates to test out on the forum. Also just the sheer ambition of this mod that's not ever been attempted before(not that I've ever found).

    There are some issues yeah mostly minor, though one major.:
    1. The wrong text in places like the 'Highboy Independent' rear says "8-Lug Rear Wheel Hubs" where you select from all the different bolt patterns for rims.
    2. The Highboy IRS becomes quite stiff when max ride height but very low spring rate fixes that decently.
    3. The Highboy IFS has no selectable adjustable parts.
    ^^^ Those are minor. ^^^
    4. Then there is the major issue of every time I hit the handbrake the Highboy IRS collapses forcefully then springs back. Amusing yeah, though... boy, dat ain't right.

    Anyway enough ramblings. I'll do some more testing(as before lol), and if there becomes a discussion page I'll post findings of any issues that exist, and what works well and such there.

    Also nice suspension modeling BTW!
    4/5( it's one of a kind, but still gots some kinks)!!
    KEEP UP THE IMPROVEMENTS!!!
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Great thanks for supporting the idea and always giving me usable feed back to make this mod better.

      The squatting during braking is definitely on my radar, I intend to spend some time remodeling the code for the highboy since honestly I haven't changed it since I last posted it on the forum and I have learned much since then.

      P.s. credits will be listed in the overview on the update. I didn't forget about you guys.
  8. R3KT M8
    R3KT M8
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    This is REAL NICE MOD! it improves stability&ride&handling on high-speed drivings. Do you have any plans for this nice suspension for Gavril Roamer?
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Yes, the roamer frame is coming in the next update.
  9. Billyboi173
    Billyboi173
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    this is really quite neat, the independant rear is not the greatest for axel articulation, but in mud without the massive diff pumpkin in this the back this goe s really well!
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Lower your spring strength and raise the ride height. It will allow you much more articulation.
  10. One Big Liger
    One Big Liger
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    un like every one saying fix mod and expecting you to know the issue id like to say good mod but it has a few things like the hi boi when the lifter sliders are maxed it becomes extremely stiff and I'm not sure why even if i lower the other sliders it stays extremely stiff and i cant get drive to the front wheels ill admit i haven't played around with it a tone but i did the basics to fix it and still cant get it to work so i was wondering if i was doing somthing wrong and yes im using the race frame and maybe you could add extended versions of the frame thx
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Yes, I am working on getting the rest of the frames done before I update the mod. I am planning adjustments to the code file for the highboy sets so they can't overextend. (Note, the highboy sets do not match up with the race frame. They can be used on any stock frame. Only the independent and lifted independent need the race frame.)
  11. JimTheGamer Guuy
    JimTheGamer Guuy
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Your are good at this!
  12. rnd2k
    rnd2k
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Fantastic !
  13. Asusvivogamer
    Asusvivogamer
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    epic
    I would also like to see the magnetic suspension.
    but still, great mod
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      I am not familiar with magnetic suspension. Is there an example you could provide for me?
  14. スーパーサウンドBON JOVI
    スーパーサウンドBON JOVI
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Need this for the Roamer!
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Working on getting the rest of the frames done. The highboy suspension does work on the roamer.
  15. Braskus
    Braskus
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    It's a bit rough around the edges. But i'm giving it 5 stars because it's awesome. Thank you so much for making this. Independent is so much better than solid axle. Also the rear of the 'offroad independent rear' doesn't have a sway bar slot. And seems possibly a bit stiff if i'm to assume it doesn't have one.
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      Correct, I did not include sway bars. I am currently in the research and development stage. Release to the public and make adjustments/corrections based off reviews. The off-road version is adjustable in the tune tab but I will change parameters if the coils are still too tight. Your opinion?
  16. xXGameGlitchXx
    xXGameGlitchXx
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    but can it lay frame?
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      I can upload front coils that will all you to set the frame on the ground flat.
  17. StivJocuri
    StivJocuri
    1/5,
    Version: 4.0
    men, fix mod, the suspension collapsed and adjusting the race suspension won't help
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      You have to change to the frame labeled race.
  18. 16PiXel-Dude
    16PiXel-Dude
    1/5,
    Version: 4.0
    Fix mod
    1. Lucas Mess
      Author's Response
      What issue did you have?
  19. nate1234123
    nate1234123
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    what JoNnii said ↓
  20. Piatas.
    Piatas.
    5/5,
    Version: 4.0
    thanks
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