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    Default Windows & Chassis Protection Templates

    Hope you find these useful, print out and cut your own templates which you can mount to alloy,CF,lexan or wood if like lol

    I managed to print these out at 100% using adobe acrobat pro and fumbling around with printer settings :rolleyes:

    There is a little ruler on the templates which you can measure after printing and this will confirm a 100% print

    Windows Template .pdf

    Chassis Protection Template .pdf
    Last edited by Topper; 16-05-2010 at 21:48.

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    it says problem loading page when i click on them


    (using firefox)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brebaz View Post
    it says problem loading page when i click on them


    (using firefox)
    ****, same here, was working fine earlier :confused:

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    Fixed now

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    nice, good links mate.

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    Nice one...was going to buy some new sides as mine are a bit wrecked now..
    On the Side Skirts it say's bend....what are you protecteing when you bend them...Do you have a Photo



    got a Template for a chassis and sides all in one.....

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    Not sure on the bend, but it might be something to do with if you have pods fitted.

    Bend them out and it will prevent the grass getting in the front of the pods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Not sure on the bend, but it might be something to do with if you have pods fitted.

    Bend them out and it will prevent the grass getting in the front of the pods.
    OK..will try

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    Hadnt seen these before - thanks for sharing.

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    i cant get them to print out at the right size

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    What size have you set your printer at....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul2304 View Post
    i cant get them to print out at the right size
    Paul, it took me ages to do it, i had to use adobe acrobat professional and not adobe reader.

    I tried with reader and wasted god knows how much paper, then realized i could only do it in pro.

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    go the simple way..... when i got my windows i just drew round them the put the temps to one side....
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/windows/3-1copy.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAUL B View Post
    go the simple way..... when i got my windows i just drew round them the put the temps to one side....
    That would probably be an easier idea, in fact i may just do that myself

    I'm pretty computer literate, but i must admit printing these out @ 100% took a little reading up and posting on the adobe forum website for advice

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    i did try your idea first topper but i gave up aft 20min :boxed:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/windows/3-1copy.jpg

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    have to print them off

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    Ive got some ill draw on 2d design and print off copies... who's up for them being posted?

    Kieran

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    Sounds like a lot of grief for something that only costs you 17.99 in a variety of flavours and comes with all fixings and instructions..... UberRC Windows
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    ONLY.. i got mine for free and i have the satisfaction of now looking at them and thinking... I made those

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    Well good. Made myself some. And well there excelent. Love em

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