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wheels through the tarmack

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Guest Capt Speirs

Nemeth Hind Mi-24, when sitting on the tarmac before start up, the rear wheels are pushed through the tarmac up to the axels(not the front). After starting up and pulling the collective to lift the weight off the gear, it pulls the wheels out of the tarmac and when letting the collective down and putting the weight back, the wheels sit correctly on the tarmac. Anyone know what is going on? This happens anywhere, no where specific and only at start up.Capt. Speirs

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The above reference is great, and is the one I found that taught me the trick of using nav lights to explore the actual model parameters of the model. Also, you might check and/or adjust slightly the static CG height in the cfg file. This sets the initial height above ground when the model is "dropped" into the sim. Mike

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Guest Zevious Zoquis

What about the case where a given plane is OK at most airports, but at a few suffers from this issue? I've got a couple of models that are fine most of the time but certain runways seem to be off a bit. It seems like possibly the runway heigt is set lower than the texture is being drawn or something...

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Guest Capt Speirs

Thank you very much.

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