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post #1 of 6 Old 04-01-2009, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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Flat fender drawings

Due to popular demand I'll post me Flat fender cad drawings. I am drawing a swing out tire carrier, tube doors, rocker knockers, and roll cage parts (when I get time)

1 1/2" nominal pipe




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I don't know what popular demand you are referring to, but can I see your work? Pics of finished part?

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Due to popular demand I'll post me Flat fender cad drawings. I am drawing a swing out tire carrier, tube doors, rocker knockers, and roll cage parts (when I get time)


1" nominal pipe

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1 1/2" nominal pipe

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no clue what i am looking at here...thanks?

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no clue what i am looking at here...thanks?
you're looking at a CAD drawing...not the best or most technically correct by GD&T standards, but you could take it to a manufacturing shop and have them bend the tubing, then you could weld and make your own tube fenders.

this would be better suited in the fabrication forum.


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Can't make that look like a fender...and the dimstyle for the angular dimensions are different than the rotated dimensions. Looks like the arrowheads, text, etc is scaled about 2x the linear dimensions. Try adjusting the "Fit" option if this drawing was done in AutoCAD (although you may have to manually adjust each property). Also, pipe isn't going to bend very easily...you should probably specify round mechanical tubing. Need more views, detail views, section views etc to show how they are supposed to look, how they are supposed to bolt on and where the welds are to be located.

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