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Old 31st May 2014, 13:41   #1
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Hi Guys,

Would anyone be able to help me with some information from Mahindra .

I need ICD, drawings, dimensions of following Mahindra Parts:

a) Scorpio 2.6L CRDe Engine and 2.2L mHawk
b) NGT530 5 Speed Gearbox with BW Transfer Case
c) Solid Axles Tubes (Front and Rear) from Bolero SLX 4x4

I am trying to develop an extreme offroad prototype using these parts and need their dimensional data.

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Hi,

Pardon my ignorance, what is ICD ?

If you are looking for boundary dimensions (for a prototype as you said), you can easily mount these "assemblies" on a CMM and take all dimensions as per your wish.

I am afraid if you will get this info on this forum.

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Hi Spike,

I do realise that this forum is probably not the best place to look for this information, I was just trying my luck.

ICD is basically interface control document. And I am not sure how to mount these parts on to a CMM Please advise.

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Hi,

Pardon my ignorance, what is ICD ?

If you are looking for boundary dimensions (for a prototype as you said), you can easily mount these "assemblies" on a CMM and take all dimensions as per your wish.

I am afraid if you will get this info on this forum.

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ICD is basically interface control document. And I am not sure how to mount these parts on to a CMM Please advise.
Hi Jaskirat,

there is no ICD used in M&M (at-least till 2011 that was the case, I don't know if it is some new lingo recently implemented by the bean counters there). Jokes apart, clearances are checked these days using CAD / CAE methods.

If you could tell me what you are trying to do, I could give you some pointers. I don't think you are planning to design these assemblies new, rather, check if these assemblies could be used without much interferences?

With CMM, you will get co-ordinates of points you want to measure in (X Y Z directions), then you must link these points to the vehicle reference points (if you want to assemble).

Good luck !
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Hi SPIKE ARRESTOR,

My apology for the delayed reply. I haven't logged into the forum for a long time.

The term ICD was used by an American Engineering company that I was in talk with. They were actually looking for clearances and dimensions of the engine, gearbox and other major parts.

I was talking to them about developing a offroad vehicle using components from Mahindra's parts bin.

I will keep you advise in mind and be touch if I need further help. Thank you so much for your reply.

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Hi Jaskirat,

there is no ICD used in M&M (at-least till 2011 that was the case, I don't know if it is some new lingo recently implemented by the bean counters there). Jokes apart, clearances are checked these days using CAD / CAE methods.

If you could tell me what you are trying to do, I could give you some pointers. I don't think you are planning to design these assemblies new, rather, check if these assemblies could be used without much interferences?

With CMM, you will get co-ordinates of points you want to measure in (X Y Z directions), then you must link these points to the vehicle reference points (if you want to assemble).

Good luck !
Cheers
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