Tractor

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Tractor
Tractor.png
25 slot inventory. Has a built in Craft Bench. Can be automated to pick up and deliver resources at Truck Stations. Nicknamed the Sugarcube by FICSIT pioneers.
Equipment
Type Vehicle
Crafting
Crafted In Equipment Workshop
Ingredients
Modular Frame.png
2
Beacon.png
5
Rotor.png
10
Resources breakdown [Expand]
2 × Modular Frame.png Modular Frame
6 × Reinforced Iron Plate.png Reinforced Iron Plate
24 × Iron Plate.png Iron Plate
48 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
48 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
144 × Screw.png Screw
24 × Iron Rod.png Iron Rod
24 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
24 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
12 × Iron Rod.png Iron Rod
12 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
12 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
5 × Beacon.png Beacon
15 × Iron Plate.png Iron Plate
30 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
30 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
5 × Iron Rod.png Iron Rod
5 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
5 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
10 × Cable.png Cable
20 × Wire.png Wire
7 × Copper Ingot.png Copper Ingot
7 × Copper Ore.png Copper Ore
75 × Wire.png Wire
25 × Copper Ingot.png Copper Ingot
25 × Copper Ore.png Copper Ore
10 × Rotor.png Rotor
220 × Screw.png Screw
37 × Iron Rod.png Iron Rod
37 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
37 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
30 × Iron Rod.png Iron Rod
30 × Iron Ingot.png Iron Ingot
30 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
Total Base Ingredients
186 × Iron Ore.png Iron Ore
32 × Copper Ore.png Copper Ore
it's pretty sweet, y'know.
~ FICSIT pioneers

The Tractor is unlocked at Tier 3. It (aka "The Sugar-Cube"[1]) is a small, wheeled vehicle which can be driven by the engineer,[2] or automated. It is an early game vehicle.[3] It has 25 slots of storage space. It is comparatively slow and handles rough terrain poorly.[3]

Uses[edit | edit source]

Being an early game vehicle, the tractor is ideal for automated transportation of items before gaining access to the truck.[3]

It also has an integrated Workbench at the rear.

By holding C, the Self driving menu hotkey, while piloting the tractor, an Engineer can perform various actions allowing for vehicle automation, such as recording a path, and enabling autopilot. Vehicles only drive on their own when not piloted by an engineer. For more infos see general infos about vehicle-automation.

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