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B-10 light bar - need tracing to make one

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hi - dose anybody have a tracing of an original b-10 headlight bar - i am looking to reproduce several if i cant get my hands on one soon - a tracing on two sheets of paper with ruler inch makings on it would work great - i could size picture until its correct then print - the inch markings would tell me its the correct size when printed - then tape together and trace onto metal - thanks alot [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/mower1_ops/figure1_small1.jpg[/img]

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You need to really get your hands on a real one, to copy them. There are stamped bends in the bracket using a heavy-duty press, and the ends of the bars are twisted down slightly. It is not a flat piece of steel with the ends bent forward. It's also not something that could be easily traced...

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