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UE-57....AKA "The Rocking Chair"


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Captain_Rownd #1 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 01:06

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The Renault UE-57 is cute, but the way it bounces around on its suspension for a while after coming to a stop is a big problem.  I'm curious whether anybody knows if the suspension upgrade helps reduce this bouncy behavior?  (the purchased upgrade you stick in the upgrade slot, not the regular "researched" improved suspension) 



TDRHooRaH #2 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 01:09

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Suspension only only adds traverse speed and load limit I believe.

Edited by TDRHooRaH, Nov 22 2018 - 01:09.


pukalo #3 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 01:21

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Nope, it's still rocky even when fully upgraded and loaded with equipment

GeorgePreddy #4 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 01:21

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Bought suspension equipment only adds load increase and higher durability, no traverse increase, does it bounce ?  Who knows ?!?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Cpt_Zapp_Brannigan #5 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 02:04

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it's insane and almost unplayable. Drive down a steep hill and put it into reverse/brake for some fun. Also drive up against a building that you can't drive thru and keep pressing W. it will keep going until it's facing to the sky

heavymetal1967 #6 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 03:01

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The lawn tractor needs some wheel weights. :P

Isola_di_Fano #7 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 03:06

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View PostCpt_Zapp_Brannigan, on Nov 21 2018 - 20:04, said:

 Also drive up against a building that you can't drive thru and keep pressing W. it will keep going until it's facing to the sky

 

Gotta try that :)



Cpt_Zapp_Brannigan #8 Posted Nov 22 2018 - 04:11

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I keep it in the garage hoping for some small buffs.....10 deg of gun depression and some stability when you drive it would be awesome. 

mworthy #9 Posted Nov 27 2018 - 03:50

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one of my favorite tier 3s honestly i really enjoyed playing it

Chaplain_5 #10 Posted Dec 03 2018 - 21:12

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It really is a cute little TD. Good or bad, there's something endlessly amusing about bouncing around in a little tank. Never gets old to me. 

mworthy #11 Posted Dec 10 2018 - 06:30

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View PostChaplain_5, on Dec 03 2018 - 15:12, said:

It really is a cute little TD. Good or bad, there's something endlessly amusing about bouncing around in a little tank. Never gets old to me. 

 

i got it with my grandpa watching he laughed the entire time i played that gun is bigger than the whole damn tank he said

Trakks #12 Posted Dec 31 2018 - 10:55

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It's because it's fast, light and has a short wheelbase so the suspension responds to changes in terrain more than larger vehicles. You have to either slow down or be more careful about where and when you choose to move if you want to avoid all the rolling, pitching and yawing. The terrain you move over basically has to be smooth as glass if you want it to stay flat on the ground. 




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