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EXP19 International 4900 Pack Multiplayer Supported v 1.1

Rating: 3/5, based on 16 votes
uploaded 2019-12-27 19:45:22, by John Der33

Version 1.0:
This is a updated to the international 4900 pack that should be supported in multiplayer.
International 4900, this was a little surprise for everyone. I originally built this mod for myself but seeing the overwhelming number of people that took interest in it i decided to make it public, in this zip file you will find 3 mods. One being the international that i built a custom flatbed for and a few other parts, 2nd the custom silage bed i built for the truck but can be used on the pete 389 released on the page the other day, and 3rd is my personal edit the the grain bed released in that pete pack. be sure if you are running that pete pack to save the original copy of the grain bed incase you end up not wanting to use mine.



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Comments (7)

2019-12-27 22:48:36 Bossman (Guest)
Thank you !
2019-12-28 06:10:56 POS (Guest)
to bad would of been a great mod, if the meth heads didnt crack out on it
2019-12-28 07:45:09 S0HN0H
another un-satisfied customer
2019-12-28 15:11:36 Navistar rep (Guest)
Not bad for a free download. The interior could use a little work and the wheels turn to much when turning but not bad. I appreciate the effort and time put into it.
2019-12-28 22:18:38 SonicBoom (Guest)
Great work friend ! :)
2020-01-29 02:09:51 CarolinaBoy
Nice truck, I would add a grain tank for it on the back to turn one version into a nice dual axle grain truck, and especially do another single axle fertilizer truck, very nice additional to FS!!!
2020-03-29 11:16:30 CarolinaFarmer (Guest)
Nice Mod. Works really well. Could you do a new version with auto load for the flatbed, have a little more horsepower, and say a speed of 75 mph? That would put the truck over the top I think.

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