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Old 04-24-2010, 11:02 AM
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frame diminsions or cad file

Does anyone have a cad file of any kind for a stock frame ?
I am geting ready to build my kids a scaled down rhino and i need some numbers to start with my rhino is at the dealership till the middle of may .... :(
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Old 04-24-2010, 12:04 PM
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There was a guy that did a full base frame in solid works. It will take some looking to find it though.

Here's the pic but not sure when or where he posted it.

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Old 04-24-2010, 03:33 PM
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That is exaclly what in lookin 4 !!!!
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Old 04-24-2010, 04:56 PM
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maybe someone else remembers these designs being posted. I have the pictures on my harddrive but they could have come from 4 different forums over the course of 4 years. I can't remember where they came from.







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Im also looking for the front and rear spindles solidworks file also .
I think these would be fine being made out of 7075 intill the kids hit a tree
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I started drawing the front spindle in solidworks. I'm an amatuer with that software though.
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I started drawing the front spindle in solidworks. I'm an amatuer with that software though.
Are you gonna share that file?

all we need is a big chunk of 7075 Hmmm$$$$$$$
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I started drawing the front spindle in solidworks. I'm an amatuer with that software though.
Are you gonna share that file?

all we need is a big chunk of 7075 Hmmm$$$$$$$
I didn't finish the drawing. I can send what I did though if someone else wanted to play with it. I was doing it for software practice. I actually thought it would be cool to have a clamp on bracket to strengthen the stock one.
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Old 04-24-2010, 11:46 PM
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I started drawing the front spindle in solidworks. I'm an amatuer with that software though.
Are you gonna share that file?

all we need is a big chunk of 7075 Hmmm$$$$$$$
I didn't finish the drawing. I can send what I did though if someone else wanted to play with it. I was doing it for software practice. I actually thought it would be cool to have a clamp on bracket to strengthen the stock one.
if you have maped out the attachment points I would like a copy....
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I would like a copy also
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Does any one have the solidworks model file of the rhino frame?
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Old 06-02-2010, 12:12 PM
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I have ben askin on a couple other sites with no luck
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just build a jig and make it adjustable off a stock frame... thats what i'm doing. in my case im going longer wheel base, but i plan on making it adjustable to shorten and narrow easily...



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I started on mine but work has ben getting very busy latley
plus i have changed it 15 times ... lol
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