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post #1 of 53 Old 05-10-2013, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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CJ File Sharing....DXF, DWG

OK, looks like we can post up our cad files!

If possible, post a pic (jpg) of the file.

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post #2 of 53 Old 05-10-2013, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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CJ dash files

Here are some files of a dash I just completed.
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dash main.JPG   switch panel insert.JPG   ign lights hazard backer 1.JPG   620528d1367553994-our-72-cj5-project-karis-dscn9370.jpg  
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File Type: dxf dash main.DXF (19.6 KB, 388 views)
File Type: dxf switch panel insert.DXF (22.7 KB, 274 views)
File Type: dxf ign lights hazard backer 1.DXF (16.9 KB, 267 views)
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post #3 of 53 Old 05-15-2013, 10:56 AM
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Nice WSS,
What about stuff that isn't quite CJ specific? I drew up a wooden frame that I'll use to lift the motor out of myCJ, and also the US flag that I plan to cut out and use as a stencil to paint on the hood. Figured I'd ask first.
Thanks for the dash drawings too!

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post #4 of 53 Old 05-16-2013, 01:51 AM Thread Starter
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Nice WSS,
What about stuff that isn't quite CJ specific? I drew up a wooden frame that I'll use to lift the motor out of myCJ, and also the US flag that I plan to cut out and use as a stencil to paint on the hood. Figured I'd ask first.
Thanks for the dash drawings too!
I would say go for it. If it can be used on a CJ, perfect. There is a cad thread over on the fabrication section for all fab stuff, might want to try that too.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f37/c...sible-1521971/




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US Flag

I drew the US Flag at 10X scale so that it would come out at 10" x 19" when I printed it. I used the proportions as provided by USFlag.org.

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File Type: dxf USFlag.dxf (59.2 KB, 235 views)
File Type: dwg USFlag.dwg (81.4 KB, 168 views)

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post #6 of 53 Old 05-17-2013, 11:59 AM
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I just wanted to throw this out there for people that do not have access to CAD or are intimidated by it. Google Sketchup is an awesome program for home design use with a ton of support on the web including access to thousands of drawings. I am an engineer with a ton of experience in CAD and I use sketchup at home because of it's support. I used it to design my rear bumper. I found a drawing of a Jeep that someone had uploaded so that I could see my design on the vehicle before touching a piece of metal.

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post #7 of 53 Old 05-17-2013, 12:27 PM
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I had redrawn 82 Renegade Decals
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post #8 of 53 Old 05-27-2013, 01:17 AM
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Factory dash that I measured out and drew from my 84 CJ8
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Factory dash that I measured out and drew from my 84 CJ8
I'll take one of those! Thanks.

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So many ideas !
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I had redrawn 82 Renegade Decals
Nice. Just saved to see if a friend of a friend can make these for me.

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I had redrawn 82 Renegade Decals
Bob those are 84 decals. Ask me how know
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Just came across this today - Enjoy !
http://jalopnik.com/extreme-jeep-dri...ring-510940754
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Here are some .jpg of some brackets that I did when I ran my fuel and brake lines. This was more of a custom job but maybe some of you can use it. I am attaching everything as a .jpg for now. Me and .dxf files don't get along so just shoot me a PM and I can e-mail you a step or parasolid file. Also notice that all but one of these clamps are not split in half. I used a wire EDM machine to cut these up and left a gap in the middle to compensate for the .010" thick wire plus spark gap (so if you need two separate drawings just take out .014" out of the middle). If anybody has any issues with the drawings let me know I can fix them up and make them easier.
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Brake Mount.JPG   Brakes & Fuel Breather back 3-16 5-16.JPG   Brakes & Fuel Breather Long 3-16 5-16.JPG   Brakes & Fuel Breather Short 3-16 5-16.JPG   Double Brake Lines 3-16 3-16.JPG  

Firewall brake line mount.JPG   Fuel return single 1-4.JPG   Fuel supply & return 2inch 5-16 1-4.JPG   Fuel supply & return 5-16 1-4.JPG   Triple Clamp Lower.JPG  

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A few more
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