Did you create a point at the C.G of each spherical mass? There are couple of ways you can treat the masses as remote- (1) right click on your geometry and select treat as remote mas and then select the surface of the main body. Be careful though, this will 'link' the remote mass to the entire surface of the selected surface. Instead you can create the split surface first and link that to your remote mass. You should see an option to enter the mass. (2) create a point entity first at the CG of the remote mass and then link it to teh surface.
You can also define the distributed mass but this will depend on how your spherical bodies interact with your main body. Distributed mass does not take rotational effect in to account. It also does not add stiffness to your model, remote mass does.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for that info.
I also have one further issue that I am wondering if it is a bug or I am missing something.
For one point I am entinering a force along two different axes. So I enter value A in the X-Axis and value value B in the Z-Axis. I hit the green check mark. I go back in and it has changed value B to value A. So it is making it impossible to have two unique values in two different axes. It is forcing both values to be identical.
Interesting.. I never came across anything like that. What version of SW are you using?
Did you ask your VAR?