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Old 07-30-2010, 05:36 PM   #1
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A pic of my stock ntc3 before the rebuild...
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with the new nova max xxl3 .12....( sorry about the double post.. trying to figure out how to post more then one picture... any tips)
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Looks like the car needs to be cleaned!
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Old 07-30-2010, 06:32 PM   #4
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That is cleaned.. Lol.. I am stripping it down and rebuilding it and will clean then.. The motor is just sitting there for the pic...
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with the new nova max xxl3 .12....( sorry about the double post.. trying to figure out how to post more then one picture... any tips)
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The best way to post pictures is to join up with a online photo storage site...I use www.photobucket.com its's free.

You'll upload your pictures to their site. The photo storage sites will create albums of your photos and give you quick links at the bottom of each photo.

All you do from there is copy a link and insert it into your post. Also you could just type: [img]url of photo[/img] and it will insert it in your post but if the site from the where the photo is, goes down...so does your picture
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The best way to post pictures is to join up with a online photo storage site...I use www.photobucket.com its's free.

You'll upload your pictures to their site. The photo storage sites will create albums of your photos and give you quick links at the bottom of each photo.

All you do from there is copy a link and insert it into your post. Also you could just type: [img]url of photo[/img] and it will insert it in your post but if the site from the where the photo is, goes down...so does your picture
Thanks for the tip. I will check it out
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