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post #1 of 20 Old 06-08-2013, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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trimmed cut and folded

Just cut and folded my rear fenders and trimmed the fronts.....now how the heck to i upload the photos

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post #2 of 20 Old 06-09-2013, 08:56 AM
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I send them to my email address from my phone to HOME EMAIL, then save the file to desktop > go to upload portion and upload the photo from DESKTOP that you saved and should work out.
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I send them to my email address from my phone to HOME EMAIL, then save the file to desktop > go to upload portion and upload the photo from DESKTOP that you saved and should work out.
lolwut?

OP you have two options.

1. When you post there's an upload images button in the additional options below submit reply/preview post. Hit that and it's pretty self explanatory from there.

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2. Upload them to an image hosting site such as photobucket, imageshack, ect. Once they're uploaded, go to each picture (one at a time), right click and select "copy image location" (wording will differ a little depending upon the browser you're using), then come here and when you reply or edit simply click this . A little box will pop up, simply paste the image source into it and hit OK and it will insert the image into your post.

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lolwut?

OP you have two options.

1. When you post there's an upload images button in the additional options below submit reply/preview post. Hit that and it's pretty self explanatory from there.

or

2. Upload them to an image hosting site such as photobucket, imageshack, ect. Once they're uploaded, go to each picture (one at a time), right click and select "copy image location" (wording will differ a little depending upon the browser you're using), then come here and when you reply or edit simply click this . A little box will pop up, simply paste the image source into it and hit OK and it will insert the image into your post.
Out of everyone on here I know you know exactly what I meant.... get it saved to the computer go to the UPLOAD thing under posting new thread and upload the photo from my desktop... simple and easy.
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Out of everyone on here I know you know exactly what I meant.... get it saved to the computer go to the UPLOAD thing under posting new thread and upload the photo from my desktop... simple and easy.
The way you worded it was very strange. Especially for trying to explain to someone who didn't know what they were doing.

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yeah I guess, I just thought maybe since they were able to create a JF profile should have the common sense to post a pic that way. my bad, I hope this helps the OP out! OP please let us know if you still having trouble.
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How the heck did my truck show up in ur post?
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How the heck did my truck show up in ur post?
I used method 2 I posted above to post them from your photobucket that you linked us to.

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I used method 2 I posted above to post them from your photobucket that you linked us to.
Haha! Thanks. Now to work on a lift.....thinkn bastard pack. Poormans lift!
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Haha! Thanks. Now to work on a lift.....thinkn bastard pack. Poormans lift!
2" OME leafs, 2" front coils or spacers.

33s should fit just fine if you bumpstop and correct backspacing.

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2" OME leafs, 2" front coils or spacers.

33s should fit just fine if you bumpstop and correct backspacing.
I have s10 leafs and 2" spacers but i want 4" lift not 2
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I have s10 leafs and 2" spacers but i want 4" lift not 2
You still need a lot more than that for 4" though.

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