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Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5435

C:\Documents and Settings\Ady\Desktop\STUFF\Hilux front member.pdf
I scare myself how sad I can be sometimes.... Rather than go to bed, I've just pulled my Hilux apart to measure this bit & draw it, cos I hear someone needs one & it was suggested it could be made (& I'm all for a bit of makage). I'm not a sheet steel fabricator, so don't really know what info they'd need, but if they want the CAD file, it's available, just ask. Please don't print it & stick it on Ebay....

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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5436


Try that again, shall we...
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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5438

How awesome is that. I recognize the unrelenting drive once decided to create something... :lol:

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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5439

Fantastic!
As an old CAD Engineer I appreciate nice drawing, and this one is up there.

This leads to an instant Tech Tip Award in Gold!

-Lars
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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5440

Definitely above the call of duty & a well deserved award :)

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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5465

Cool, cheers! If I can help, I try, & it's nice to know my efforts are appreciated!

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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5550

Eddrick. You are a wizard!:) Thanks! I will see if i can get someone to manufacture it!

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Re: Hilux front crossmember drawing 7 years 11 months ago #5568

You'll probably find it'll work out expensive to get just one done - if it were me, I'd either have a bash at doing it myself OR investigate the market to find out if they're saleable (& how much someone would pay) & then get them made in a batch of say 100 (I'd lay money it'll cost you as much for 1 as for 100). I'd offer to do one for you but my sheet fabrication skills are poor, to say the least!

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