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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby rickf » March 11th, 2019, 9:48 am

Oh THAT is cheating!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: Machining custom aluminum backing blocks for the welding. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby m3a1 » March 11th, 2019, 10:58 am

Gonna be a darned shame to be putting paint over all that goodness. :D
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Postby Hambone » March 11th, 2019, 5:56 pm

Nice work. :D
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » March 18th, 2019, 11:05 am

Made some more progress on the full side panels. I did a larger cut out on the back lower radius which made the blending easier and faster. Next will be the axe brackets.


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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » March 18th, 2019, 11:51 am

I'll point out (2) items to those really, really, really paying attention. The body is a '68 A1. These sides are not for this truck and are going on an A2. The second item of conversation is where the side panel "snout" meets the front fender top. The radius on the side panel matches the original side panel. The original fender radius actually gets smaller towards the back side where it meets the side panel. The punch and die would have to taper down to be an exact match for the fender. The bend radius on the front of the fender side and the corner radius are correct, ours just doesn't taper down as it would be very expensive to build a die set like that.

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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby rickf » March 18th, 2019, 2:55 pm

Guy, Is the drain in the side panel put there at the same time the panel is made or is it stamped in later? My main question is can the panel be made without the side drain for the A1?
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » March 18th, 2019, 7:44 pm

rickf wrote:Guy, Is the drain in the side panel put there at the same time the panel is made or is it stamped in later? My main question is can the panel be made without the side drain for the A1?


We will offer the A1 style and the A2 style. The side panels are ran on our C1 Laser that has a turret. The program will stamp the drain, then laser the part. Or, in the case of the A1 side panel, just laser the part.

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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » April 10th, 2019, 8:55 pm

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We purchased some new software for our scanning system in regards to the reverse engineering process. We've scanned this part before (A2 rear cross member) but now we are doing it with the new software and the QC guys are going to make a model file for me. With that information I can create the sheet metal flat pattern for our laser.

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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby m75 » April 12th, 2019, 3:49 pm

ooooooooo yeahhhhhh
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby old dodge guy » April 14th, 2019, 4:45 pm

Seeing all this good stuff makes me want to buy something. So.......do you have a place where some of us non Facebook dinosaurs can go to see a price list? Last time I checked the web site, it was way out of date.
After I get my son moved this June, I just might have some spare money......I hope. :roll:
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby rickf » April 14th, 2019, 4:48 pm

You have military vehicles AND spare money?!!! Did you hit the lottery? Are YOU the guy that hit the 780 million?!!! That might just barely give you enough.
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » April 15th, 2019, 7:35 am

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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby rickf » April 15th, 2019, 8:00 am

I think the radius on the top bend is off by about one degree. :roll: You are getting too good on this stuff, I have nothing to bust on you about anymore. Which is a very good thing. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby Surveyor » April 15th, 2019, 8:49 am

rickf wrote:I think the radius on the top bend is off by about one degree.


CAD monkey used the wrong K-factor. :mrgreen: I keed!

On a serious note, I notice that the front repair cross members have dried up on-line. On the to-do list?
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Re: CMD Body Panels

Postby lpcoating » April 15th, 2019, 9:15 am

Part Number Part Description Price Notes
M151-EFB M151 EARLY FRONT BUMPER $100.00 Early M151
M151-01 M151 DRIVER SIDE FRONT FENDER TOP $165.00 M151
M151-02 M151 PASSENGER SIDE FRONT FENDER TOP $165.00 M151
M151A1-01 M151A1 DRIVER SIDE FRONT FENDER TOP $165.00 M151A1
M151A1-02 M151A1 PASSENGER SIDE FRT FENDER TOP $165.00 M151A1
M151A1-03 M151A1 FRNT FENDER TURN SIGNAL MOUNT $15.00 M151A1
M151AM-01 M151 FRONT FENDER CORNER RADIUS $30.00 M151 & A1
M151-DSFF M151 DRIVER SIDE FRONT FLOOR $75.00 M151A1 & A2
M151-PSFF M151 PASS SIDE FRONT FLOOR $75.00 M151A1 & A2
M151-TC M151 TRANS COVER $95.00 All Models
M151-TBC M151 TOOL BOX COVER $125.00 All Models
M151-DSSS M151 DRIVER SEAT SUPPORT $80.00 All Models
M151-PSSS M151 PASS SEAT SUPPORT $80.00 All Models
M151-FSHB M151 FRONT SEAT HINGE BRACKET $18.00 All Models
M151AM-02 M151 TOOL BOX DIVIDER $50.00 All Models
M151-DSUSP M151 UNIVERSAL SIDE PATCH DRIVER $75.00 All Models
M151-PSUSP M151 UNIVERSAL SIDE PATCH PASS $75.00 All Models
M151 DRIVER SIDE LOWER FLARE $65.00 All Models
M151 PASS SIDE LOWER FLARE $65.00 All Models
M151-DSWF M151 DRIVER SIDE WHEEL FLARES $50.00 All Models
M151-PSWF M151 PASS SIDE WHEEL FLARES $50.00 All Models
M151-RTF M151 REAR FENDER TOP (SET) $220.00 All Models
M151-DSRFS M151 & A1 DS REAR FENDER SUPPORT $95.00 M151 & A1
M151-PSRFS M151 PS REAR FENDER SUPPORT $95.00 M151
M151A1-PSRFS M151A1 PS REAR FENDER SUPPORT $95.00 M151A1
M151A2-DSRFS M151A2 DS REAR FENDER SUPPORT $90.00 M151A2
M151A2-PSRFS M151A2 PS REAR FENDER SUPPORT $90.00 M151A2
M151A1-05 M151A1 DRIVER SIDE REAR SIDE PANEL $70.00 M151 & A1
M151A1-04 M151A1 PASS-SIDE REAR SIDE PANEL $70.00 M151 & A1
M151A2-05 M151A2 DS REAR SIDE PANEL $90.00 M151A2
M151A2-04 M151A2 PS REAR SIDE PANEL $90.00 M151A2
M151 REAR PANEL (UN-WELDED) $200.00 M151
M151A1-RP M151 A1 REAR PANEL (UN-WELDED) $200.00 M151A1
M151A2-RP M151A2 REAR PANEL (UN-WELDED) $200.00 M151A2
M151-RPS M151 REAR PANEL STIFFENERS $35.00 All Models
M151 INNER REAR CROSS MEMBER (DS) $15.00 M151 & A1
M151 INNER REAR CROSS MEMBER (PS) $15.00 M151 & A1
M151 REAR CROSS MEMBER BRACKET $15.00 M151 & A1
M151 REAR CROSS MEMBER $78.00 M151 & A1
M151-FL M151 FOOTMAN LOOP $2.00 All Models
M151 BOW LATCH PIN $9.00 All Models
M718-RFE M718 REAR FLOOR EXTENSION $75.00 Ambulance
M38-RB M38 REAR BUMPER $35.00 M38
M38-FSK M38 FRONT SEAT BACK $75.00 M38
MK1-2FSDR Ferret Sand / Ditch Ramp $350.00 Ferret
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