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Where can i get Computer models of jeep parts??

hey, just curious if anyone knew where one could find computer models, preferably Pro-E format computer models of jeep part...like axles transmissions and body and stuff??

i saw some in a magazine that i guess Jeep had sent when the rubicon was still recent news...they showed the 4wd system in some sort of 3d solid modeling thing...

I'm in a Pro-E class right now, and it'd be really cool to play with [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Re: Where can i get Computer models of jeep parts??

I'd like to think they are still out there somewhere, but I'm afraid the old stuff is lost forever or never existed. We get them all the time, not Jeep, but for Ford and GM, mostly in Solid Works format but they can be converted to Autocad. Mostly we get body parts and frame drawings to design carriers for our conveyor systems.

Don't even ask, I can't give you anything without getting both myself and the company I work for in a heap of trouble. I know some have referred to the bbs members as a family, but you're not worth getting fired over. Sorry if that seems self-centered. Some of it is for models that are still being kept secret until they are announced.
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