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therealkingmat

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#1   2017-02-14 02:53          
If there is a way to, can someone tell me how to change the controls on the number pad for the Pneumatic Shock Absorbers? So I can change them to do separate wheels at once? Thanks in advance!

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#2   2017-02-14 02:58          
Go to options, and redefine controls, there is a section for the actual driving and a section for the suspension. There you can do each wheel individually
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therealkingmat

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#3   2017-02-14 02:59          
WOW! How did i not notice that. Thank you!

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#4   2017-02-14 03:02          
Yeah man no problem! I have a bagged mustang in my role play thread haha it comes in handy
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Stance everything! Ex-Desk Jockey working at The Art of Wheels, a wheel and tire shop here in California. just trying to keep it classy. I love low cars. Dreams of achieving onikyan fitment
Car(s):
1993 Toyota Supra 2D Turbo Sport Top (Renaissance Red) - V$15,000
2000 Honda s2000 ( Silverstone Metallic ) - V$7,500 (1st in RP lol)
1992 Honda Civic ( Frost White ) - SOLD
2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR ( Electric Blue ) - TOTALED
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