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  1. #281
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    I don't suppose anyone has the brembo conversion brackets for 10/12 bolt rear ends modeled up already do they? Or an AutoCAD file? Or hand sketch? I'll model it up and post here. Im looking for the dwg so I can plug it into my Mazak laser and cut them out.

    Please, call me Bart

  2. #282
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    Anybody doing anything with solids anymore? Looking for a model of a C5 Rear and Front Suspension. in step file format.

  3. #283
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadwiz View Post
    Anybody doing anything with solids anymore? Looking for a model of a C% Rear and Front Suspension. in step file format.
    I've been trying to find that for a few years with no luck.
    Scot
    86 Monte SS
    Soon to get a near 500hp LS2/T56
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  4. #284
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    the rear housing for my car

  5. #285
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    How about a twin LSX for a boat project

  6. #286
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    Just did a 3 link for pops' x frame car.

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    Anyone willing to share a 335 BFG Rival S tire, and wilwood disc brakes solidworks files?

  8. #288
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    Quote Originally Posted by 440AutoX View Post
    Anyone willing to share a 335 BFG Rival S tire, and wilwood disc brakes solidworks files?

    Check out GrabCAD for Wilwood files. I find the site helpful for consumer items or stuff I flat out don't have time to model. You probably won't find your specific tire...but really for representation purposes the nitty gritty details are of no consequence. Model as per manufacturer listed specs for section width and height and call er a day.

  9. #289
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbcc View Post
    Just did a 3 link for pops' x frame car.

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    That looks reallyyy good, would you be willing to share the rear end?
    67 Camaro CAM/C-prepared autocross Project
    72 Nova Street/Drag Car Project

  10. #290
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    Quote Originally Posted by bergers59 View Post
    That looks reallyyy good, would you be willing to share the rear end?
    I actually pulled it from GrabCAD. Seriously, the site has some great stuff. I couldn't justify spending 5-6 hours modeling a 9" to detail but a couple kind souls already have!

    https://grabcad.com/library/ford-9-i...e-65-wms-wms-1
    https://grabcad.com/library/ford-9-differential

  11. #291
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    Default Solidworks otr airbox and 3d printed.

    I'd be very keen if anyone has a 1st gen camaro modeled, want to start flow testing front and rear spoilers.

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    Damien
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    Next Project: 37 Ford Truck

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    Default Working on heavy wall headers.

    Built my first set of headers, but im getting a bit of exhaust ping, so im going to build a set from heavy pipe. Will have the flow of long tube headers, but the sound absorbing qualities of cast manifolds. Not concerned about weight.

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    Damien
    Napier, New Zealand
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    Next Project: 37 Ford Truck

  13. #293
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweak View Post
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    Did you turn your collector into a flat pattern in that model?
    Click here for my build thread
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  14. #294
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    I guess I should play the game too while I'm here.

    Ackerman correction arms for 115" wheel base, 1988-96 C4 Corvette front knuckles at stock track width. Moves to "ideal ackerman" by Milliken and Milliken's definition of the function.





    And a roadster I'm helping on. The customer is a SW guy from all the way back in the Beta days. Our joke is that he's been on Solidworks longer that I've been alive.

    Click here for my build thread
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    Been working on a AFX/corvette style upright for my camaro suspension model to get all of the geometry and clearances right, and some 1" setback LS motor mounts for my nova, going to water jet them this week and see how the engine fits.

    Also some older work, a rolling bench for my JD2 bender converted from manual to using a porta power, as well as some of my suspension design for the baja car. I couldn't find my more complete models, so that will have to do

    Sidenote: x2 if anyone has a 1st gen camaro model, willing to pay for one if its accurate. I was thinking of renting a scanner or paying someone to get it into solidworks, it would definitely be pricey though.
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  16. #296
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    I'm still playing with this project for a customer. Its mostly his design I'm just making it manufactureable.



    Click here for my build thread
    Dad's Down and Dirty
    http://www.nerdrods.com
    @NerdRods - Instagram


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