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Old 01-24-2012, 10:54 AM   #1
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Default 14 Bolt 9.5" Rear End Dimensions

Does anyone know where I can find any/all dimensions on a 14 bolt 9.5" rear end? I'm trying to draw this up in Solidworks, but having a hard time with dimensions. Thanks
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Do you have acess to any digitiseing equipment???
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I don't have a 14 bolt in front of me to measure on. If I did, I wouldn't have a problem
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Do you have the equipment to make a 3d model???
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Are these serious questions? I'm so confused.

I'm drawing a 14 bolt in Solidworks. I am wondering if someone has any kind of dimensions off of a 14 bolt rear. Just like the original post states
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Yes, these are serious questions. There are no known 3D models or other Cad files for the 14 bolt 9.5 rear end. At least no publicly known. I looked for quite some time.

If you have access to digitizing equipment you would be able to make a file.

I have the center section and I would be willing to loan it out in return for a copy of the file and deminsions.
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This is a project that I am drawing up by hand in Solidworks. I'm not using digitizing equipment, just dimensions to draw this rear end up the best I can. I'm building an assembly of a complete 14 bolt. Housing, cover, axles, pinion, pinion ring, pinion yoke, seals, bearings, bolts, perches, ect.

Again, all i'm looking for are dimensions. For example, perch to perch, total housing length, axle length, with diameters, axle tube diameters, ect.
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The axle length is different for each model and so it the housing configuration but I do have those basic demension.

Yes, I know what Solid Works is. I work with CAD software and CNC equipment Every day.

Here is some basic measurements with pictures related to this topic.

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Thanks, those will help. Looks like the only way to get accurate precise dimensions of everything on the 14 bolt is the have one in front of me.
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Pretty much. Was there a specific year or model that you wanted demensions from???
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