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May 25, 2019, 05:34:28 AM

Author Topic: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014  (Read 15884 times)

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Offline seriousmods

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The reason that mods take a long time to make is because 1. all of us have lives outside of FS, and 2. making something high-quality takes time, even if you have a great level of skill.

If we were to release the mod before we're done, then someone would come along and complain that there were X number of problems with it.

But when we take the time to finish it right, people complain that it's taking too long.

We can't have it both ways, folks.

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The reason that mods take a long time to make is because 1. all of us have lives outside of FS, and 2. making something high-quality takes time, even if you have a great level of skill.

If we were to release the mod before we're done, then someone would come along and complain that there were X number of problems with it.

But when we take the time to finish it right, people complain that it's taking too long.

We can't have it both ways, folks.

Well said, well said  (y)


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Offline JD_CLAAS_Farmer

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Nope ur right serious
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Offline Clint Buckingham

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Looks like the SMW modding team has done an outstanding job once again. The detail looks amazing, one fine piece of eye candy!
 


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Very cool video! I am impressed.  ;D
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Offline banaugle

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Wow! That is a great looking cart.  That will really help with the large fields in the Idaho map.  Great job!!!
 

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SO that cart is BIG did not think it would be that large very cool.
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i have a question.... is the unload rate on the cart the same as in real life

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i have a question.... is the unload rate on the cart the same as in real life

We strive for realism, so I'm sure the rate is close to that of real life, however, it might be a bit faster as things in real life tend to move more slowly than we gamers have patience for.

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i have a question.... is the unload rate on the cart the same as in real life

No it is not the same.  In real life, the cart takes almost 2 full minutes to empty, therefore, it is sped up quite a bit.
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Offline Bradwrr123

No it is not the same.  In real life, the cart takes almost 2 full minutes to empty, therefore, it is sped up quite a bit.
Ain't nobody got time for almost 2 full minutes  ;)
 

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Ain't nobody got time for almost 2 full minutes  ;)

Exactly.  :)

Yeah, there's a fine line between realism and insanity.

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We strive for realism, so I'm sure the rate is close to that of real life, however, it might be a bit faster as things in real life tend to move more slowly than we gamers have patience for.
Very true it takes about 3 minutes to unload a cart (the one i run at least) and in the game that is a long time these are gonna b really awesome cant wait!!!
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Exactly.  :)

Yeah, there's a fine line between realism and insanity.


yes i realise that thanks for the answer and the gamers it needs to be sped up then that would be to long 2 minutes

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #65 on: August 01, 2014, 01:51:40 AM »
i cant wait for it i love it so much its huge and a question where do people use these at
 

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #66 on: August 01, 2014, 11:56:54 AM »
i cant wait for it i love it so much its huge and a question where do people use these at

Its a company based out of Minnesota.  They're most common down through Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana in the corn belt where guys are running class 9 combines in 300 bushel corn but I've seen them all over including Australia.
 

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #67 on: August 01, 2014, 12:34:00 PM »
The big 1500-2000 Bushell carts are becoming popular up north on the prairies. Just need a giant tractor foe all that cart

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Offline Bradwrr123

Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #68 on: August 01, 2014, 01:33:03 PM »
Its a company based out of Minnesota.  They're most common down through Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana in the corn belt where guys are running class 9 combines in 300 bushel corn but I've seen them all over including Australia.
I live in Iowa and I've never seen or ever heard of Balzer
 

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #69 on: August 01, 2014, 09:41:23 PM »
I live in Iowa and I've never seen or ever heard of Balzer
same here up in northern Iowa we don't run that big of a grain cart we us J&M,Brent,or Kinze not Balzer
 

Offline redpower1984

Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #70 on: August 01, 2014, 10:07:45 PM »
I live in Iowa and I've never seen or ever heard of Balzer
you want to see the balzer in action attend the farm progress show in boone iowa......there also should be a vender somewhere on the show grounds.
 

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #71 on: August 01, 2014, 10:14:13 PM »
Guys, guys, guys.

I think we have lost focus. This thread isn't about the Balzer 2000 in real life: it's about the Balzer 2000 in Farming Simulator.

A few comments is fine, but this is beginning to get to be too much.

I personally have never seen a grain cart of any kind in real life, but that really isn't relevant to a WIP thread.

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #72 on: August 02, 2014, 11:16:56 AM »
Can't wait to play with this nice looking grain cart  :)
 

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #73 on: August 03, 2014, 07:08:18 PM »
The Balzers should be released either today or sometime tomorrow.

I'm going to do a final test, take pictures, and then upload on here.

Thanks for your support, guys!

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Re: [INGAME] Balzer 2000 Grain Cart. - ULTIMATE UPDATE, REMODEL 07/16/2014
« Reply #74 on: August 03, 2014, 07:15:58 PM »
The Balzers should be released either today or sometime tomorrow.

I'm going to do a final test, take pictures, and then upload on here.

Thanks for your support, guys!

YES!, now i need to get ready to mount duals  ;D


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