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big jimmy 91

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As title
I have wanted to post some pics but I am comp. illiterate
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K5MONSTERCHEV

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Same here. I need to learn how to soon, because im almost doen with my 14 bolt, center diff, front axle!! /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif
 

pauly383

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If there is a picture on a web server ( on ck5 gallery works best , so join ) you go to look at the picture. Right click the picture and choose copy image location with netscape or right click picture and choose properties in internet explorer and highlight the address and copy it. now with netscape or internet explorer you paste what you copied into your post by using image instant ubb code. like this , [image]the copied address goes here etc[/image] :

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big cypress

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I went into webshots.com and created a website, uploaded a few photos that I had. Then I tried to put it in per the directions above, but apparently the file size is too big. Now what? Is there a way to reduce the file size while still using webshots.com (they make me use 800x600 pixels)?
By the way, here is that web site of my truck.
http://community.webshots.com/user/bigcypress100
 

big jimmy 91

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That kind of woked but still no actual photo on post , only a link to web shots
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computers are just as bad as X wives , sometimes just no use for them
 

heavy4x4

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Nope, not really. A picture has to be on the internet somewhere in order for you to have it in your post. And, just like you've run into with webshots, nobody wants to do remote linking because it costs them bandwidth (ie, money). Imagestation.com used to allow it, but I think that's since changed. Really, the only way you can get around this is to put images in your CK5 album and link them from there by the process outlined above (right click on photo, properties, copy url, etc.)
 

big jimmy 91

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Thanks for the info , I was trying to do it , not working ,big hammer from tool box .....
OK , I feel better now.
At least I can put link direct to pic. if need be
Thanks again
 

pauly383

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I looked at your pics. How long have you had that Jimmy? Have plans for it like lift etc? Should clean up nicely. Watch out for the undercarriage, years of snow makes the bolts hard to take off on springs etc. /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
 

lukebaby1

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big jimmy 91

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Purchased Dec 03
Future mods:
-4" susp. spring front , shackle flip rear (considering building my own , any ideas?)
- ord zero lift's (to be able too move diffs as required)
- 3" body lift
- roll cage (ideas?)
-rock sliders (to take care of some of that rust lol.)
-33" tires for DD duty
- AS large as I can afford for playing
-Upgrade drive train as req. when I play too rough LOL

THe main problem up north is not the snow , it's the damn salt and calcium crap they use on the roads in Ontario
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pauly383

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Ord shackle flip will be good for you, or you could make something. If you plan on 33 inch tires you won't need the body lift and its associate problems. You need to modify and move many things. As for the cage you should look in here I believe there was a post with pics not too long ago. Sliders are great idea, I'm gonna get some soon too, but mine will be below body and custom. The later 10 bolts have 30 spline axles and will hold up awhile with 33's , but can and will break eventually if you really want to wheel. I run a 12 bolt for now until I break it, 1 ton eventually for me. The zero rate will help if your rear springs are sagging , or you carry a nice trail box with spares. Have a good one /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
 
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