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  1. gphil

    gphil Member

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    I have been trying to load files to this site all morning and all fails. Photo bucket and from my desktop..... no good. I can email photos all day long. 2door contact me and maybe we can work something different out far a photos are concerned. I am sure it is a fault of mine and my wifes, very computer savy, but too many steps involved. Suggest site making it more accessible for pictures. 2door, I think the carb is a NAT, printed on the little air breather. gphil
     
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    Have a read through the stickies in the Pictures section. It is possible to upload directly here too. The stickies have step by step instructions, so no worries.

    gl.
     
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    Ok read the stickys and I did use the proper code so I thought. Going back and try again, thanks for the input. gphil
     
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    Ok tried once more but what happens is I cannot upload to the site because it keeps saying that it failed ,,,,, ie errror message. I will not clutter this site anymore. Just sent several pictures but not here, really hate I can't. gphil
     
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    ah, you must be over the size limit(I forget what the max is). If you have them on photobucket, you can just try a direct link. When looking at the fullsize pic, "Right-Click" and choose "Copy image URL" and paste that here. When that works just use the:

    [​IMG]

    code
     
  6. gphil

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    Followed you instructions to the "T" and filed failed. Saw another of your suggestions , followed it and failed too. Done. gphil
     
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    I always pick 'clickable thumbnails for forums' ;)
     
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    Here ya go, Gary.
    Very pretty bike. That's an NT carburetor. In my opinion the best option. Let the others fight with the aftermarket carbs. Tune this one right and you're golden.
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    Thanks for the remarks and as said before, this thing is going to be addictive. I need to take up some slack in the chain and really watch the brakes. Those calipers do not work really well on painted rims. Now I know , hooked etc etc etc. gphil
     
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    Yay pics! Thank's Tom.

    Nice looking bike gphil, welcome to the addiction we're all into.

    You should look into securing your chain idler bracket while you're adjusting it. I read a good tip recently about using a piece of garden hose or something rubber to brace against the chain stay.

    Where'd you find that seat post by the way?
     
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    Good call GH, I didn't even think of the fenders c'ept they looked good.

    Great read for sure!
     
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    Yes, going to run a sheet metal screw through the chain tennsioner bracket as per Tom's suggeston, I had forgotten about it, thanks a lot for the reminder. As for the fenders, they have been reinforced all tha extra stuff the web talked about. The seat post, was ordered off ebay I think. I will go through the receipts and let ya'all know as it is said here in Ga. lol gphil
     

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