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Old 08-24-2008, 11:53 AM   #1
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Exclamation *****CDW 2.2 Wheelbase Jigs*****

-Crawler Design Works 1.9 and 2.2 Chassis Wheelbase Jigs

During fabrication/mockup it is important to precisely set the wheelbase of your 1.9 and 2.2 crawler. The jig allows wheelbase adjustments from 8.5"(for 1.9) and 12.0"-12.5"( for 2.2) . The jig also features adjustable skid plate height slots. Just supply your own strip of 1/8”x2” flatstock cut to a width slightly wider than your axles and adjust it to your desired height.
Also note the two holes at the bottom which can be used to bolt cross braces on if desired. The plates are precision laser cut from 6061-T6 aluminum and will work with most brands of 2.2 axles.

Price is $26shipped.


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This is awsome, I'd been thinking about something similar, but your skid plate holder makes this a must-have. Thanks for the innovation and for bringing us parts that no one else is making.
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Very cool.
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This is awsome, I'd been thinking about something similar, but your skid plate holder makes this a must-have. Thanks for the innovation and for bringing us parts that no one else is making.
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Old 08-24-2008, 01:40 PM   #5
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Nice! I made mine from some pieces of wood trim...but mine doesn't have that cool skid height feature, nor are they made of bling alum.
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Old 08-24-2008, 02:25 PM   #6
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Great design,very innovative product with the skid plate slots!
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Wow thats nice! Makes my homemade version look like crap. Thanks
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Wow thats nice! Makes my homemade version look like crap. Thanks
Same here
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Makes my homemade version look like crap.
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Thats what gave me the Idea. I saw how crappy yours looked

Just kidding
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how hard is it thinking outside the box and not falling
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Thats what gave me the Idea. I saw how crappy yours looked

Just kidding
Just for that you will have to send me one so you can stop feeling sorry for me
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Just for that you will have to send me one so you can stop feeling sorry for me
Same here.

Here's my crapy stand with your chassis
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Just for that you will have to send me one so you can stop feeling sorry for me
i feel sorry for you too but has nothing to do with set up plates :-P

anthony , very nice product you coming up with some innovative ideas ..
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i feel sorry for you too but has nothing to do with set up plates :-P
I am guessing that is because I will be stuck in a car with your ALL the way to Moab
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Ill have pics of axles in the Jig in about a day or 2, before I put them up for sale.

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For Sale Now
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Got mine today, Alot beefier than the pics show. This will be a great to for building. Just gotta find a piece of aluminum stock to set the skid on. Thanks for the fast shipping Anthony
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I was thinking about making something like that but I see you already beat me to it. Nice looking product
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