How Do You Use the Tow Truck Mod in Fs19?

If you’re looking to add an extra layer of realism to your farming simulator experience, the Tow Truck Mod in FS19 is a great way to do it. This mod adds a tow truck vehicle to the game, complete with realistic physics, animations and sounds.

It allows you to tow objects such as trailers, cars and boats around your farm as if they were real vehicles. The Tow Truck Mod also adds a range of other features including jacking up objects, attaching chains and winching them up or down.

To use the Tow Truck Mod in FS19, first you need to download and install it. It is available from the official Farming Simulator website or from various modding sites online.

Once installed, launch the game and open the Mod Manager from the main menu. Here you will find all of your installed mods and you can enable or disable them individually by clicking on their respective icons.

Once enabled, you can begin using the Tow Truck Mod by selecting it from your list of vehicles in-game. You can then drive it around your farm just like any other vehicle.

To tow an object with it, simply approach it and press ‘E’ on your keyboard to attach the chain. You can then move forward or backward while pulling it along behind you. If necessary, you can also jack up an object before attaching the chain.

The Tow Truck Mod also comes with a few additional features that make it even more useful. For example, when winching an object up or down a hill or incline, you can press ‘Spacebar’ on your keyboard for an extra boost of power that will help keep everything steady when moving across uneven terrain.

The Tow Truck Mod in FS19 adds a lot of realism to your farming experience by allowing players to tow objects around their farms as if they were real vehicles. To use this mod, simply download and install it before enabling it in-game via the Mod Manager. Once enabled, players can select it from their list of vehicles and begin using its features like attaching chains or winching objects up or down hills for added control over movement across uneven terrain.

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Stephen Dunn