Fendt TRISIX VARIO LU Max Edit v2.0.0.0


Fendt TRISIX VARIO LU Max Edit v2.0.0.0


I gave the currently converted FENDT TRISIX a BlackBeauty with a black chrome grille.
Unfortunately I cannot add a color choice.
So that’s the finish

Author:
FS17 : dufffr, qwares17, DemonbobR, Repi and TSL. Conversion FS19 : Rico, ITSSDOT, Eagle355th, KOTmods, SpawnFarms and Ritchie Smk, Remy FS22 Converted by Eagle355th Otis Little bear Modding Aaron1966





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1 Response

  1. Darkdally says:

    I love the tractor, and although I would prefer Fendt green, I want better sound. It’s too quiet. I have been trying to figure out myself, but have not been able to. I have a Claas Xerion with incredible sounds and I’d love to move them to this tractor so it sounds like the loud, big diesel engine that it is, but I can’t find how. So it’s black, okay, but can you make it sound like the big tractor it is? Or is there a way I can swap the sound files over to sound like my Xerion 5000? Just a suggestion; it is too quiet for its epicness 😉

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