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4k Oceanside inspired LSPD Texture Pack 1.0.0

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This is an Oceanside inspired LSPD texture pack which covers a number of vehicles including the CVPI, Tahoe, 2013 FPIU and the 2009 Charger. These textures are all created from scratch with hand-crafted decals in high quality.



- Multiple livery support included.

- Textures are created in high resolution.



- Relevant vehicle models must be installed first prior to installing these textures.

- OpenIV software is required to install these textures.

- It is recommended that you use a mods folder in order to keep the original game files. OpenIV will allow you to do this.

- 1. Using OpenIV, navigate to the following path of which the vehicle models are located. Unless you are installing these in another location then I recommend these file path(s) listed below:

Police vehicle files can be found in: mods/GTAV/mods/x64e.rpf/levels/gta5/vehicles.rpf

Police2 vehicle files can be found in mods/update/x64/dlcpacks/patchday3ng/dlc.rpf/x64/levels/gta5/vehicles.rpf

Police3 vehicle files can be found in mods/update/x64/dlcpacks/patchday4ng/dlc.rpf/x64/levels/gta5/vehicles.rpf

- 2. Open the "vehicles.rpf" file.

- 3. Replace the corresponding textures in the .ytd texture dictionary files with these provided.

E.g. police.ytd, police2.ytd and police3.ytd

- 4. Save changes.

- 5. Enjoy!


SUPPORTED MODELS (May also fit similar models)

CVPI & Tahoe - OfficerFive0

Charger - Maurice97

FPIU - thegreathah



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Forgotten Relic

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Wonderful work, love the look to these textures. Perfect for a California look.

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