Experimental Really Big Tires 1.5

Some really big tires

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  1. nachtstiel
    Rubbing your undercarriage on rocks? Can't see over that boulder? Don't like turning sharp corners?

    Well, I have the perfect solution for you!

    Introducing, 100 inch tires!
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    • Are they practical? Absolutely not!
    • Are they sexy? You betcha!
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    Just look at that ground clearance!

    They can be found on any vehicle that can fit 17x9 rims.

    And just when you thought life was perfection, life now gives you monster truck tires on nearly every vehicle!

    Want to put some monster truck tires on your Sunburst? You got it! On your Cherrier? You got it! On your Piccolina? You better believe it!

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    I made an arrangement with the gods of Beamng and managed to bring you fully functional 300 inch tires! They are on all new 100x9 inch rims!
    Just look at that clearance!
    screenshot_2020-12-24_19-23-47.png

    I am not responsible for:
    • Broken driveshafts
    • Damage due to rollovers
    • The need to buy a step stool to get in your car
      • All other elevation changing devices included
    • Shattered steering columns
    • Melted clutches
    • Your car floating out to sea



    Current tire lineup:
    All are full sets unless otherwise specified. Also, if a wheel is only one lug pattern, I will specify the lug pattern for that wheel.
    • 15x14 5 lug wheels:
      • 62x14 drag tires
        • screenshot_2020-12-07_07-59-01.png
    • 16x7 8 lug wheels
      • 100 inch rear duallies
        • screenshot_2020-12-11_17-25-44.png
      • 100 inch off-road rear duallies
        • screenshot_2020-12-11_17-24-03.png
    • 17x9 wheels:
      • 100x12.5 inch tires
        • screenshot_2020-12-07_07-55-44.png
      • 200x12.5 inch tires
        • Off-road only
        • screenshot_2020-12-07_07-53-27.png
      • 42x20 inch tires
        • Off-road only
        • screenshot_2020-12-07_07-46-59.png
      • 48x20 inch tires
        • screenshot_2020-12-07_07-45-47.png
    • 25x25 wheels (on 4, 5 and 6 lugs. Model needs to be updated for each)
      • 66x25 monster tires
        • screenshot_2020-12-09_10-29-29.png
    • 100x9 wheels 6 lug offroad
      • 300x12.5 inch tires
        • screenshot_2020-12-24_19-23-47.png



    Known Issues:
    • Driveshafts will snap due to axle wrap.
      • I did add stronger driveshafts in an attempt to counter this, but it just resulted in other parts getting destroyed.
    • Because the monster tires are super heavy, they will stress the poop out of your suspension. I plan on making stronger suspension sets to compensate.
    • The monster tires will destroy clutches on non-DCT manual transmissions on the following vehicles:
      • Hopper
      • H-series
      • Moonhawk
      • Bluebuck
      • Grand Marshall
      • Gavril Vertex(mod)
    • The 48x20 tires will snap some wheels off the axles. Don't know why, and this probably can be fixed once I get around to mastering widening axles.
    • The Hirochi SunSport rims will not show the 100-inch tires due to them being slotted for 16x7 tires

    Images

    1. screenshot_2020-11-28_09-31-00.png

Recent Updates

  1. 300 inch tires are go!
  2. oopsie
  3. 100 inch tires for (nearly) all!

Recent Reviews

  1. UkDrifter (UK)
    UkDrifter (UK)
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    What goes through your mind when making these haha

    Great mod man keep it up!!
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      The need to push the engine to its absolute limits
  2. Truck-truckin-truck
    Truck-truckin-truck
    3/5,
    Version: 1.4.3
    100x tires and larger need better clearance from the body, they catch on everything and are impossible to use. May I suggest making taller suspension, for clearance. And using wider axles for the the vehicles makes no difference can the tires still catch the body and various other parts like mirrors and hoods.
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      Can you share what setups are causing this issue in the forum post? I believe you were using the new D-series configurations, which for some reason are set to collide with the tires whereas other vehicles and configs are not
  3. Yeye25
    Yeye25
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.3
    Awesome, JUST AWESOME!!!!
  4. Herszciak88PL
    Herszciak88PL
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.3
    maybye wide axles for more vechicles?
  5. Malamo999
    Malamo999
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.2
    Just incredible work here. Though for some reason, this mod seems to overwrite the T-Series tyres for me? The only option I have to put on each wheel now is a 100-inch tyre - this has been the case since 1.4.1...
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      oops. I'll get that fixed ASAP. thank you for letting me know
  6. Truck-truckin-truck
    Truck-truckin-truck
    4/5,
    Version: 1.4.1
    love these tires. I hope some day someone makes some cool body lifts for the newer versions of the D-Series, Hopper, and H-Series. Would be cool to make an old school style monster truck on leafers, maybe in the future we can have a wider front straight axle and rear steering.
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      As soon as I master the axle wrap problem, I will be making wide versions of the rest of the D-series axles
  7. liner123455
    liner123455
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.1
    yeet.
  8. mhegai
    mhegai
    5/5,
    Version: 1.4.1
    Lol didnt expect to litteraly get 8 lugs

    Great job!
  9. Yeetman.exe
    Yeetman.exe
    1/5,
    Version: 1.3
    I can't put the tires on anything and im confused
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      Can you share what your tire selection looks like in the forum post?
  10. Opteryx
    Opteryx
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3
    You will need more than a stepstool to get in your car. You will need an elevator.
    1. nachtstiel
      Author's Response
      I gotta start labeling these tires by feet
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