This is a pair of scanned steering knuckles from a 1998 Jeep XJ dana 30 front axle. It is actually two seperate scanned knuckles, and not just one mirrored digitally. It includes an assembly with the two knuckles aligned to each other as well as the original file formats. These scans would be perfect for designing brackets for weld on double sheer high steer brackets, along with other improvements. The raw scan photos look different on this product due to being viewed as an assembly in solidworks with both pieces instead of the traditional scan software.

Raw Scan Formats:  2019.sldprt, .stl, .iges (419mb)

Note: Within the .sldprt mesh, the file has been aligned to a useful origin and has essential plane/cylinder references for easy file manipulation

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