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It tells u in the tire list that chain tires are only good for ice
I take shortcuts a lot in my scouts but that’s just about it
When you say "busted" you should try and use a tone of voice like the old ea sports logo that would pop up on PS1 games. Deeper as apposed to the high singing tone. : > ]
I think the first myths only exist cuz people try to find any reason for the neutral gear to exist XD
It will be interesting to know which trailer are the best in mud and so on... cause there are many trailers with same capacity...
In Amur the thing with shortcut is realized. At the same way "shortcut's" its the only way. 🤣😭🤣😭🤣😭🤣😭
I’m pretty sure this is Korg from Marvel .. 😂 love the content
how the hell did you winch that Titanium without even revving
is the mud and snow permanently deformed after you drive through or will the surfaces reset to default after some time ???
Hey Ben, in the section about winching yourself what was the massive 48(?) wheeled monster we saw and where/why do you need to use it? I’ve never seen that anywhere in the game - or is that a mod?
Woah woah woah, for the first point, I've totally gone way faster in neutral in the Zikz 605r
Just discovered that if you're towing a truck with a winch, putting the towed truck in neutral offers less fuel consumption in the truck that's towing.
oQELWbm2gt0&t=1m15s 1:15 What's that vehicle with all the wheels? 🤣 I've not come across that yet lol
You wanna know whats not a myth? The CTFT X11 (mod) with sleeper, highway 6 speed transmission and the 1M engine. The most legendary vehicle ever made for SnowRunner.
oQELWbm2gt0&t=2m58s 2:58 You thought you were confused, you just gave us a riddle. From what I got out of that was.... Grade 1 tires are ok in dirt, bad in mud, Grade 2 is ok in mud, Grade 3 is ok in dirt, bad in mud, and on not sure if there is a mysterious 4th or you mean the fore as in the grade 1, or the Grade 2 because you started describing Grade 2 tires, Grade 3, and then Grade 1, so is the fore, Grade 2, or Grade 1, being the first you mentioned or 1 being 1 and 2 being 2..... Idk, Love all the work you do Sir! (had to fix the time stamp)
Chained tires do improve on rock surfaces not only ice surfaces. Neutral only improves speed on a downhill, but podes a risk to the truck. Shortcuts are usually a bait to stick you,although some are easy and good,so knowing when to take a shortcut or not is golden. Tires type is spot on the revision. 💪🏼keep up tour amazing work!
Oh man, the last myth is so true for me 😅😅😅 perfectly describes my experience when I try to be "quicker and more efficient"
Neutral is useful for downhill and having to turned off engine. Which saves fuel
chained tire is somewhat correct toward real world!!!! If you drive on ice, you need chains for better grip on ice, but chains will not give you better grip in snow. Snow is much looser than mud and for getting best grip in snow with tires, big fat and soft tires with big groves in them, will give best grip, thus mud tire work quite well. Here in Norway, when we drive in snow, offroad, we use tires similar to mud tires but with much less air pressure, making them as soft as possible.