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Bridge Pack (Community Made)

A community combined pack of bridges.


Sold By: Community


Bridge Prefab Pack!


With the help of several creative/talented map-makers, we have compiled a lovely kit of all the maps you will probably ever need!

Credits to the Map Makers Below!

  • Nin
  • Gruber
  • jtedal
  • Lone
  • Kusha
  • Bxrflip
  • WheatleyMF
  • Nikedemos
  • Nox

There are a handful of other awesome creators with other bridges, this pack was made within the last couple days so to the other mappers who weren’t included and don’t have their bridge on there just hit us up for a future bridge pack v2 in the future!


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Version 1.0.1 | Updated November 9, 2021
  • Updated Updated one bridge to the correct author of RobJ2210's contribution. No file changes or anything. Just a name change.

No custom license found. Refer to the TOS for License information!

Got something to discuss?

Shifted Rp
6 months 10 days ago

The Bridge-Prefab-Pack-1 .7z f file is invalid. it doesn’t do anything when i load it in rustedit

squishy288 wifi
6 months 14 hours ago

Sorry for the late response, but you will need 7zip to extract the files, then they will work.

Prefab FAQ – How do I host this .zip/.7z file I just purchased on my server?

• First, you want to unzip the file. You can do so by just double-clicking it to open, then drag the contents to the desired location (you may need to install an external unzipping software if you don’t already have one)
• Next you will find either a structure of folders or just the .prefab files (it’s the important ones).
• You can then open your map via Rustedit (How to install Rustedit)
• Then install those .prefab files into your …/rustedit/CustomPrefabs folder
• Launch Rustedit and open your map and within the ‘Prefabs’ list you should see the new prefab/monument you downloaded once you search its name

Additionally, here’s a great video that easily covers adding monuments/prefabs to maps of your own!

• Installation is not included with any products on the site, however, if needed we may assist if you reach out to our support.