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post #76 of 82 Old 03-13-2020, 12:10 PM
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Got to print the CJ5 on my 3d Printer.

Found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3060472

Here is a video, look around the 4:30 mark....


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post #77 of 82 Old 03-13-2020, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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That is amazing! Even did a CJ5!! Imagine the time it takes to see one of these through, front to back.

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post #78 of 82 Old 03-18-2020, 05:31 PM
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I have been harboring this little item for some time I hope people can use. I used it to rewire my CJ and I was tired of looking at what was out there. I also didn't want to pay some Poster Company a million dollars for what was already in my hands but just bad quality... I also expected that what I would get would be just as poor quality from them anyway just fancy laminated.


It is a PDF file in color and Fantastic resolution of the 77-78 CJ wiring diagrams. I redrew this off tattered and torn paper from old photocopies I have and other PDFs scavenged off the internet and put it all into CAD in color and layered so that I can turn on and off items and circuits at my whim ( and documents my re-wiring exploits). I tried hard to get it all to the right scale. I think the original paper size was 15"x34" which is a non-standard size so I put it on ANSI D (22x34). I can make a B/W version but this was all for my benefit and I am just sharing. I also made a version that is split and downscaled on two sheets of 11x17 so I could print and tape together with the printer I have. I make no warranty or guarantee this does not have any errors. I am hesitant to give away the raw CAD file. Maybe if I get really ambitious I will put up the MSD controller version when I upgraded that.


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Looks great! did you have to dash the lines by hand or have something that drew dashed lines.??


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AutoCAD is my friend. Linetypes, spacing scale and colors are just a click and select. The hard part was tracing the weird symbols for everything - they did not have copy and past back then apparently so my drawing is maybe "Better" than the originals. I used original scans of the drawings and underlay them in the background. Adjust the scale to make it look right and then draw over it.
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Thank-you very much! well done sir.

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post #82 of 82 Old 03-23-2020, 01:50 PM
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Here is a few....I'll take more as I weld them in

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