@stazco said in Tayga 6455B rear suspension collapses under the weight of Heavy Crane/Fuel Tank - PTS 16.3:
Well done sir! My bad!
Although 255’s with doubles was never put into serial production, field tests proved significant advantages of doubles against singles in offroad forestry and heavy pull applications.
So there were many SO (“Special order”) vehicles produced, and for sure they are very welcomed in Snowrunner!)
But i still prefer your first variant, with proper tweaks by devs.
One thing that bothers me about singles in SnowRunner, and Sabre has since added spacers to fix this on some of the trucks but it's still a issue on others. Is that a lot of the time the singles sit so freaking narrow. Not only do I hate the look of it, but on say the Paystar which is already a tippy truck with doubles, it gets even more tippy with singles.
If singles where made to sit relatively flush with the front wheels. Then I wouldn't mind using them.
Look at the small Zikz (I forget the numbers on it), they added the AMSH I super mud tires to that, but they forgot the spacers in the back. So the front has this nice wide stance but the mud tires in the back sit right narrow and it just looks so bad. I went back to doubles on that truck just because I can't stand the look of it.
For me if Sabre made the singles flush with the front tires and not have them sitting narrow hugging the frame of the truck so much, then yea I'd be all for trying out a set of singles
more often. But because Sabre does make singles sit narrow so often, I'll take doubles anywhere I get them.