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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Jarvis, Oct 2, 2005.
Techguy, that scooter in front of you looks loaded.
That guy was two-up. Here are some of the other 'loaded' scoots in the group on the way home. There was one other scoot that was loaded front and back.
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Her she is being assembled in the back of my truck yesterday. Finished her later and took her for a ride. She runs and rides just fine.
Finished up my swap and gave it a paintjob.
Glad to see I'm not the only one that's rocked the screwdriver 'key'
Coupla of pics of some friends of mine....
Way more elegant than mine. Mine was an actual screwdriver, as the original key was misplaced & the PO removed the lock cylinder, so the screwdriver was used to turn the switch under where the cylinder goes. The flat blade kept falling through so I had to resort to hitting a pawn shop phillips w/ a grinder to get the right T shape so it fit. Good thing I found a cheap replacement cyl from an online forum or I'd still be rockin it keyless.
Sunday Dubuque coffee with the big guys.
Dubuque, as in Dubuque, IA? Looks almost like downtown, near Bricktown.
That's the one.
Cafe Manna Java
269 Main Street
My pics are too large. how do I fix this?
Use a photo editing program and change the size of the photo to be less tan 800 pixels. You could download Picasa from Google to do this edit. You may already have some programs that will do this for you. Many times the software that came with the camera will do this too. That enough help or do you need more?
Crappy pic of my scoot..... going to Deals Gap in a couple of weeks, hope to change that there!
Microsoft makes a powertoy called image resizer. Once installed (it's very small), right-click on any image and select "resize pictures". Works great for no frills resizing... and it's FREE.
Thanks, I have photobucket I'll look for a resizing Option there.