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TRYK checking vests capacity

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Yo, so since I use the new respect system for buying I want to sort some trader stuff.
I'm done already with the backpacks, but I have a little problem to check the capacity for the TRYK vests.
So, I thought  it would be the easiest way to check the the config files of the mod.
I can find entries about maximumload for the backpacks and for the vests only for 8 versions of TRYK_B_Belt.
Example for backpacks:

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            class TRYK_B_tube_od: Bag_Base
    {
        scope = 2;
        picture = "TRYK_BackPack\data\staticy_ca.paa";
        model = "TRYK_BackPack\data\StaticY.p3d";
        displayName = "TRYK tube (od)";
        maximumLoad = 80;
        mass = 15;
        hiddenSelections[] = {"camo"};
        hiddenSelectionsTextures[] = {"TRYK_BackPack\data\static_od_co.paa"};
    };

For the TRYK_B_Belt:

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            class TRYK_B_Belt_AOR1: Bag_Base
    {
        scope = 2;
        picture = "a3\characters_f\data\ui\icon_v_belt_ca.paa";
        model = "a3\characters_f\BLUFOR\equip_b_belt.p3d";
        displayName = "TRYK RangeMaster Belt(AOR1)";
        maximumLoad = 80;
        mass = 15;
        hiddenSelections[] = {"camo"};
        hiddenSelectionsTextures[] = {"TRYK_Uniforms\data\armor1_AOR1_co.paa"};
    };

So the main problem I'm having right now is, that I can find the rest of the vests, but they have no maximumload defined:

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        class ItemInfo: VestItem
        {
            uniformModel = "\zabb\TACV1\EI_TAC_V1LPCQB.p3d";
            hiddenSelections[] = {"camo","camo1","camo2"};
            containerClass = "Supply180";
            mass = 80;
            armor = 30;

            passThrough = 0.5;
            explosionShielding = 0.2;
        };

Only mass and armor.
I checked all config files, but cannot find the definitions for the maximumload.
Any ideas?
 

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I did it the hard way in the editor and equiped each vest to check its capacity. -_-

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I'm guessing 

containerClass = "Supply180";

denotes the capacity

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The funny thing is, I saw these lines of course and thought: No, that cannot be what you are looking for. It has to be maximumload, nothing else...it must be written down somewhere else then...xD

Well, I compared some results and...yes, that's the capacity.
So, was some more work the way I did it now but...the result is the same lol. :D

Thx for checking.

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