FS19 mods

Dina 861 [1.34]

Date 2019-03-02 16:37

Dina 861 Truck for 1.34 Game version for American Truck Simulator
Included Torton Version Tunning

Credits:
Shaneke Game

DOWNLOAD 137 MB

Comments (23)

23 Responses to Dina 861 [1.34]

  1. Whisp

    Damn+i+just+saw+this+on+my+phone+and+was+gonna+hurry+home+to+download..thanks+for+the+heads+up!

  2. JR

    Over one hundred files? Really? This needs to be removed.

  3. Fake mod, uploaded by ATS-ETS2-FS

  4. Deputydawg

    This is a fake mod and will be reported as such along with proof.

  5. exeleven

    https://imgur.com/0zTDYeY doesn’t look fake to me

  6. Shadowcaster

    Crashed my game when I tried to purchase it

  7. shawn

    for those who say this is fake it isnt if you have it install right all you have to do is extract the folder thats in the archive file and put it into your mod folder and very nice truck

  8. Para aquellos que dicen que esto es falso, no lo es, si lo tienes instalado correctamente, todo lo que tienes que hacer es extraer la carpeta que está en el archivo comprimido y ponerlo en tu carpeta mod y en un camión muy agradable.

    Gracias Shawn!!… exactamente a si es como funciona

    Gracias los quiero ver triunfar!!!!!

  9. DeadSec666

    Where is the proof that this is fake? If those are claiming that this is a fake mod, prove it by showing a link, otherwise shut the fuck up and don’t download it.

  10. lantzi

    Fine Truck, good start, thanks

  11. kurt nicholls

    to the people saying its fake shut the fuck up and learn how to install mods other then drag and dropping

  12. Alistair Hipper

    which dealership to purchase this truck

  13. Alistair Hipper

    just crashed as i was about to purchase

  14. Zeke4544

    Be careful, this mod doesn’t bother to change certain filenames in “def” subdirectories, so that it supersedes vanilla-game files — for example addon_hookup_storage.sii, light.sii, and horn.sii. It will therefore disable certain elements such as the “lumen mark 3” floodlight that you mount on the light-rails unless you tweak things yourself to repair or override the errors and omissions.

    Also, there appear to be folder names referencing vanilla-game models (for example there are references to Kenworth W900 stuff). These appear to contain textures and materials and model elements and what-not. I don’t know what the modder is doing there, but I worry that those files will also supersede stuff in the vanilla game.

    Not that it’s not a very nice truck — it’s an excellent model. But proper unique renaming is Modding 101 — improper renaming and using “shared” stuff in a mod archive can cause beaucoup headaches.


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