Installing MudRunner Maps

The site has been dormant for a while but we are about ready to start firing on all cylinders once again. Stand by for a bunch of maps and mods to be uploaded in the coming weeks.

Installing Maps on Spintires: MudRunner follows roughly the same process that it always has. It is not very difficult and requires little computer/coding knowledge as I have compiled a file that you can drag into the Spintires: MudRunner root folder.

Below is the file for basic installation of MudRunner Maps. Simply drag the contents of the zipped folder into the Spintires: Mudrunner root folder and you will be ready to start installing maps:

Spintires Setup
Spintires Setup
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For the new people to Spintires: Mudrunner here is the way I navigate to the MudRunner root folder.

  1. Open up Steam
  2. Once steam has opened navigate to the Library tab
  3. Then find Spintires:MudRunner in the list on the left hand side
  4. Right click and select properties
  5. Once in Properties click Local Files
  6. Then click Browse Local Files. This will open up the Spintires: MudRunner root folder.

This is when you will use the Spintires folder you downloaded.

  • Open up the Spintires and copy all contents inside and paste into Spintires: MudRunner root folder

Now we are done! Time to test out if this worked.

  • Download a MudRunner Map – Preferably from  🙂
  • Drag into Maps folder in Spintires: MudRunner root folder.
  • Open game and play on map!

If you are have issues please leave a comment.

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23 Responses to Installing MudRunner Maps


    currently working on a map for spintires, was going to make it for mudrunner but im honestly not finding mudrunner fun. map should be done in a week or so

  2. andrew says:

    i need some help fast @Hazzard i deleted the textures and cant get them back and now my mutilpler wont work.


    i think it might be just the fact that theres no mods out or maps that i really like

  4. Zach says:

    What is actually pasted in “Maps”? I’m not getting the downloaded map when I look for it in maps

    • Hazzard says:

      You need to paste all files from the map you download into the maps folder (classes, levels, meshes and textures folders).

  5. Caleb Bennett says:

    I did that and there still not popping up in maps

  6. Chrisp says:

    Maps doesnt work for me either.
    I guess this is the correct path right?

    Adding all downloaded maps sub-folders to the media folder?
    X:\SPEL\STEAM\SteamApps\common\Spintires MudRunner\Maps\Media


    • Hazzard says:

      Simple issue – Instead of dumping the media folder into the maps folder you just need to place in the levels, classes, meshes and textures directly into the maps folder.

  7. twisted_xj says:

    i cant see where you put the map file in on your photo does it go in the folder? or just in the folder itself? I have been having mega issues tring to install maps with the meches and levels and classes and textures any help would be well accepted

  8. twisted_xj says:

    I did that what you said and it didn’t work for me for some reason,i even cleared my cache,i know I am doing something wrong but don’t know what,i even put the media thing in the config file and still nothing,could you make a video for us that cant figure out how to make it work,

  9. lancesmith says:

    i cant get the maps to work! i followed each step

  10. Zach says:

    Is there something, that has to change in the Config for it to work? Since there is one in the main folder and in the “Users” folder?

  11. nunyabizness says:

    Config lines need the MountPoint fields. From the OEM config they are:

    Just replace these two lines in the config this author has in the mod and the map will show. I still have a problem seeing any vehicles but I don’t think it’s related to this mod.

  12. nunyabizness says:

    Well crap, the lines are invisible in the comment, likely they were interpreted as HTML by either the browswer or the posting engine.

    The lines correspond in the original config (keep a backup before editing with notepad only) to MountPoint=”_t/” and MountPoint=”m/”. Find those lines in the original and copy to the author’s config and move as mentioned before into the root folder.

  13. Zach says:

    There shouldn’t be any issues with my game folder being on a separate drive other than the operating system drive would there?

  14. Avalarion says:

    The only way I could get the maps to work was make the maps folder a compressed folder i.e., change the config file for the folder. Then only put the classes and levels folders in there. From what I can tell all the files have to be compressed. Then I had to move the files from the meshes folder into the folder and the files from the textures folder into the

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