|Today 07:57 AM|
|MobiusOne||Yeah I never got to do my own gauges to see if they fit right, I just assumed the factory layout would fit|
|Yesterday 04:34 PM|
I'll have to print it out and adjust to fit right...
|01-22-2017 09:38 PM|
Hello all, just noticed some were looking for my vector file. I syill have it, here it is.
DM me if that doesn't work. I can convert the filetype tomorrow too.
Here's an eps version for the time being: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7...XpjSncxT2VYeDQ
Remember it's not to scale so you'll have to adjust it to full size.
|01-22-2017 05:23 PM|
does anyone have the instrument gauges in corel or vector format?
I want to create my own design...
|12-11-2015 08:41 AM|
|GreatMrE||I probably should reconsider posting so late in the evening. I missed where MobiusOne said it came from the online manual. I clicked the links in the post only and found them to be dead. I'll play with converting them to vectors tonight and see how it goes. Thanks again.|
|12-11-2015 12:45 AM|
Might MobiusOne's trick in post #82 work for you?
Free online owner's manual should still be avail. to try.
|12-11-2015 12:34 AM|
|GreatMrE||Sorry for the necrothread bump in advance. I am in need of a vector scan or full size scan of the primary gauge face, as the previous owner put some generic cluster indiglo face in. It is scaled incorrectly for the SVT, so I would like to make a semi-OEM overlay, but I have no viable template. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.|
|04-05-2015 01:25 PM|
|holygoat||Right on, thanks. I'll just pull and scan my own face plate, then. I've got some ideas...|
|04-05-2015 11:15 AM|
|MobiusOne||They're not at full scale, but the vector file can be stretched without distortion. I don't know the proper dimensions either.|
|04-04-2015 08:48 PM|
Are those files full size? If not, do you have the proper dimensions?
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