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08hemi 07-24-2013 09:43 PM

Fender stripe drawings
 
Does anyone have any sort of drawings for the side stripes that a few of ya'll have? DWG/DXF, PDF? I've got a graphics shop near me that owes me some work and I figured I would see if anyone else has any info they would share before I go and pattern it up myself.:cheers2:

Jeepforthewin 07-25-2013 05:31 AM

Talking about the ORT stripes?

08hemi 07-25-2013 09:09 AM

Not the 3D emblem like Omelet has... just the vertical pin striping. I was hoping to have the thing die cut. I can pattern it and draw it up myself, just thought I would see if anyone else had before me.

Omelet 07-25-2013 04:06 PM

Well the good news is that I have all the dimension drawn up and written down at home, the bad new is they are a little out of reach for the near future :D

Anon155 07-25-2013 07:04 PM

I went out and measured mine for ya. The whole stripe measures 5 1/2" across. The 2 outer stripes are 3/8" and the main stripe is 4 1/4". The gaps between the stripes should be 3/8" as well. Thats if I can still add properly :2thumbsup:

08hemi 07-25-2013 07:48 PM

Thanks! That'll make life a bit easier. And to omelet... I think I remember seeing somewhere that your in the military, and overseas at that... all I have to say to you is thank you for your service man.

Omelet 07-26-2013 01:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anon155 (Post 15719121)
I went out and measured mine for ya. The whole stripe measures 5 1/2" across. The 2 outer stripes are 3/8" and the main stripe is 4 1/4". The gaps between the stripes should be 3/8" as well. Thats if I can still add properly :2thumbsup:

That sounds about right! :thumbsup:


Quote:

Originally Posted by 08hemi (Post 15719293)
Thanks! That'll make life a bit easier. And to omelet... I think I remember seeing somewhere that your in the military, and overseas at that... all I have to say to you is thank you for your service man.

That is correct and it is my pleasure :2thumbsup:


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