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Thread: ETS2 Drivable Buses

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    By chance, I found there is another means of editing the sounds in ATS/ETS2 if you only want to swap out a sound file for another, using the FMOD Extractor tool. By using it, and a bit more help on the official forums, I was finally able to get my Prepass mod working again. It swaps out the annoying beep for something a little less intrusive.

    Get it here: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfil...?id=1271089337

    Extractor tool is here, it will pull all the audio files out of a bank file as .wavs that you can then edit or replace: http://www.rugbyleaguemods.net/downl...nk%20Tools.zip

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    The only manufacturer missing from ATS was Freightliner... and now, finally, they're coming:

    https://blog.scssoft.com/2020/11/fre...ouncement.html

    These and Volvo VNLs are far and away the trucks I see most often around here, so I'm excited to finally try one for myself. Pardoning the pun, I have no truck with mods that add new trucks or parts for them, as it is a constant battle to keep them updated with every patch. I've just been patient and waited for stuff to be added officially.


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    Modern trucks look very girly to me.

    I like the style of the traditional Macks and Peterbilts etc, with their big bluff vertical fronts and macho appearance.

    These computer-designed, swooshy things with their delicate grilles, the scallops and pleats in the bodywork appear too dainty for my liking.
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    The Western Star 49X on the previous page might be more to your liking, they are a brand renowned for their toughness.

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    With you 100% on that Bruce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalangel View Post
    The Western Star 49X on the previous page might be more to your liking,....
    Yeah....that's more traditional.

    But this is more my thing..............
    https://westernstar.com.au/wp-conten...6900_large.png

    That's a prime-mover if ever I saw one!
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    That is still too girlie for me Bruce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    That is still too girlie for me Bruce. .
    Girly!! With all those phallic symbols projecting from it?!!

    So what style of truck do you think is manly......this?

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    Not much difference, really, from the Western Star.
    All pretty much big, chunky, lots of pipes and chrome and a bloody big shiny bumper-bar....and that is what's missing from that modern thing; no chrome, no bumper and no pipes!
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