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Old 08-28-2012, 08:57 PM   #250
Xcelratr
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Originally Posted by Murl View Post
The steering input is odd, but the reason the terrain moves is because the car rolls backwards slightly when he gets out.
+1

It could be high-centered on a rock. It could be that he didn't set the e-brake and the car rolled back a few inches until the drivetrain loaded up. It could be that the rocks/dirt under the car shifted when his weight came out of the seat.

But the car for sure rolls slightly as he gets out, which is what causes the terrain to "move".
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