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Old 10-07-2006, 09:48 AM
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Cad drawings

I want to try and use AutoCad to design my traction bar but I'm kinda lazy. I was wondering if anyone happens to have a draft of the frame rails for my '89 F-150 that I could use as a start so I don't have to bother drafting them. The rear axel would be good to.

If I get it done I'll put the drawing up on the web for everyone.
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