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Old 08-28-2012, 10:54 AM   #52021
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Anyone been to the Rockhouse trails of the Hatfield McCoy Trail system? What kind of tars should I have? I'm thinking about going this weekend...
I'd run MT43's

'couse that's what I woulda ran in Collyrado too
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Old 08-28-2012, 10:57 AM   #52022
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I'd run MT43's

'couse that's what I woulda ran in Collyrado too
Yeah, I found that out after the fact...

4.00-18 one will work ok? I'll order one today from MC superstore. I usually get them next day...
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Old 08-28-2012, 11:03 AM   #52023
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Yeah, I found that out after the fact...

4.00-18 one will work ok? I'll order one today from MC superstore. I usually get them next day...
I'd check the WR thread, I'm not positive on the sizes.
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Old 08-28-2012, 11:08 AM   #52024
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I'd check the WR thread, I'm not positive on the sizes.
Thanks, that's the one that's supposed to work..

Front Tire: Pirelli MT 43 Trials (Size 2.75-21)
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:52 PM   #52025
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photo bucket - how to?

Dummy that I am - can anyone give me some (the) simple instructions to transfer a pic from Photo-Bucket to Adventure in Ohio? I've signed up with the 'bucket. Went throught the ADV Rider notice/instruction, but they were vague as best - IMHO.

Spent the day in the Tiger Valley Triangle (Danville-Killbuck-Warsaw) today. Nice to have a damp/dust-free surface. I alway find something new - or else I get turned around - thinking North when I'm riding South. Kinda like the sister who's name you forgot. . . darling. Need to put a group together soon after a good rain and do a little power sliding around Mohawk Dam. Or would that be 'Failure to Control' . . .

Outdoor National MX at Steel City (Delmot/Pittsburg) coming up VERY soon.Looks like the race is Saturday, 9/1 - I would guess the race is Sunday
Anyone riding over early to watch Dungy take the ORANGE CRUSH home? Let me know. . .

How is that Piney Woods sweet corn? What time of day do they pick it?

Thx guys -
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:03 PM   #52026
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Dummy that I am - can anyone give me some (the) simple instructions to transfer a pic from Photo-Bucket to Adventure in Ohio? I've signed up with the 'bucket. Went throught the ADV Rider notice/instruction, but they were vague as best - IMHO.
There's several ways to do it, but here's the most simplified version:

When viewing your pictures in photobucket, find the one you want to cross-post (make sure it's the full size image you're viewing, not the thumbnail).

Right-click the picture and choose "copy image location".

Then, come here and when you post there's a little "insert image" button on the top of the editor (looks like a postcard). Paste the location in there (CTRL-V), viola.
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:18 PM   #52027
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Attn: Jeff H. - the BMW rider

Got your message, tried to call back - I must have written down wrong number.
You question - Arai XD vs the XC-3. (I do believe) the XD is the moto-X model (you will need googles). The XD-3 has the fold down sheild. I'm sure it's lighter and has a more open 'view'.
I saw the same helmet in the Flea Market - had the same question.

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Old 08-28-2012, 04:18 PM   #52028
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There's several ways to do it, but here's the most simplified version:

When viewing your pictures in photobucket, find the one you want to cross-post (make sure it's the full size image you're viewing, not the thumbnail).

Right-click the picture and choose "copy image location".

Then, come here and when you post there's a little "insert image" button on the top of the editor (looks like a postcard). Paste the location in there (CTRL-V), viola.
It's easier than that actually. Photo bucket has a drop down tab below the thunb nails. Just click on the one that says "Image Code", it will auto copy the link, then just paste (Ctrl+V) that code in your post. Image will appear when you submit reply.
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:19 PM   #52029
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Photobucket is easier than that. Here's a screen capture from the iphone version, but the computer version has the same thing:



You want to click the IMG link (4th one down here, the white rectangle to the right of the IMG). Just by clicking in that white rectangle, it'll copy it to your clipboard.

When viewing the album (with small thumbnails) on your computer put your mouse on the picture you want (without clicking) and these same 4 options will show up, just click the IMG again.

When viewing the large picture in photobucket on the computer, these same four options will be on the far right, same thing, click the IMG code.


Then when you've got ADVrider up, in the text box either type CONTROL V on the keyboard, or right click and go PASTE. That [ IMG ] code should pop up, and you're good to go.


EDIT. Yeah. Bruced. Fine.
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:21 PM   #52030
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photo-bucket post -

Right-click the picture and choose "copy image location".

Then, come here and when you post there's a little "insert image" button on the top of the editor (looks like a postcard). Paste the location in there (CTRL-V), viola.

THX - I will give it a try.
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:22 PM   #52031
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EDIT. Yeah. Bruced. Fine.
I'll give you points for the image.
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:23 PM   #52032
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Fine. Do it the hard way.





EDIT: Ah dammit bruced again!

I should only get half points. I was too laze to make my own screen capture, I actually just google Photobucket Screen Capture, and came up with that one.
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Old 08-28-2012, 05:25 PM   #52033
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Zero points, noone told him to post boobie pics here.
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Old 08-28-2012, 05:49 PM   #52034
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Help requested.

I need to change the front bearings on the CRF230F. Bore size is 15mm. Due to the bushing/sleeve/thing between the two bearings I cannot use a punch or screwdriver to access the back of the bearings and drive them out.

I need to borrow something like the following. Anyone have?

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Old 08-28-2012, 06:01 PM   #52035
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Help requested.

I need to change the front bearings on the CRF230F. Bore size is 15mm. Due to the bushing/sleeve/thing between the two bearings I cannot use a punch or screwdriver to access the back of the bearings and drive them out.

I need to borrow something like the following. Anyone have?

I have. If you think we can make a connection to hand it off, I'll go check and see if I have the 15mm adapter. I've not needed that size before.
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