JOHN DEERE 7800 AMERICAN EDIT V1.0

This is my (Ross W.) edit of Sotillo’s John Deere 7800 for Farming Simulator 17. I got permission from Sotillo to do this, and I think it turned out pretty well. Here is a short list of what I’ve done:
Added American suitcase weights
Added American step
Added triangle on back and new American drawbar
Added dirt texture
Added new American 2wd wheels with selectable duals
Added new selectable frontloader bracket
Removed right door an a bunch of parts off of the tractor including the top 3-point arm to replicate my grandfather’s American 7800, which doesn’t even have a top arm
Added new sounds straight from my grandfather’s real American 7800
ccs101 had a hand in helping with a few problems that I came across along the way. So special thanks to him.
This mod has one existing error that we couldn’t figure out. It involves the frontloader brackets. It will only pop up when the brackets are purchased, but does not affect the mod in any way. It’s just there. We’ve tried everything to make it go away, but no luck. But no harm no foul. Enjoy the mod everyone!
-Ross W.

Authors:
Sotillo Knagsted All model editing done by Ross W. Sounds: Ross W. GIANTS Special thanks to ccs101 for all the help.

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2 Responses

  1. Cole says:

    Love the mod my farm has the same tractor and sounds just like it in the mods I love 2wd tractors but farm sim doesn’t have many

  2. Cole says:

    Any way I was wondering if you could make a 2wd 7630 please

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