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post #48961 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 04:19 PM
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You , and anyone else using a phone for photography , might want to check out this app :
http://www.iphoneography.com/journal...th-reduce.html

I haven't found too many sites that are comfortable with large pics over 640x480 . Nor are large pics needed to convey any image on any forums .

Just saying : it's a matter of courtesy and convenience .
My iPhone photos are usually 250-500kb that is already a tiny file size. They're usually further compressed and resized when hosted by a forum or photo sharing service. The people that really need to resize are the guys using DSLR's and uploading RAW photos.


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Upgrade to Premium membership and you don't have to worry about file size on uploads. Otherwise you can host off site and don't need to worry.


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post #48963 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 04:40 PM
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The people that really need to resize are the guys using DSLR's and uploading RAW photos.
I'll fully agree with you on that one .

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Wait, it looks like it's effecting Premium membership uploads now?

edit: apparently they're working on it
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f6/wh...89/index3.html
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post #48965 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 07:20 PM
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Drilled a hole in my bumper for my 7 pin trailer plug. Didnt feel much like wiring it in tonight, and i didn't have any bolts that would work to bolt it on anyway. Looks good though, im happy with it.

Couldn't borrow the welder today, but didnt have that much time anyway.
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post #48966 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 07:51 PM
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Parked it because its being a turd drove my brothers Durango to work that 5.9 has some power and a strong thirst
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You , and anyone else using a phone for photography , might want to check out this app :
http://www.iphoneography.com/journal...th-reduce.html

I haven't found too many sites that are comfortable with large pics over 640x480 . Nor are large pics needed to convey any image on any forums .

Just saying : it's a matter of courtesy and convenience .
I will be doing this. Thanks for the link!
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post #48968 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 08:08 PM
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Installed Hella 80/100w bulbs in my Autopal housings, and got my Putco harness in. Not had any drivetime on it yet but from the driveway... just wow.

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post #48969 of 82721 Old 05-11-2013, 08:14 PM
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Wait, it looks like it's effecting Premium membership uploads now?

edit: apparently they're working on it
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f6/wh...89/index3.html
And that pictured fits in your jeep where ? and does what ?

Really , what's it out of ?

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I have been tossing the idea around about building roof-line rain gutter sliders...this is my vison:

Build only the roof slider rails, with the cross bars (NO BASKET) I will add a 4th cross bar at the rear section and angle the front crossbar up at 30 degrees and place a 40" Single Row LED bar in there... like this (roughly)

_____/,=====,/

(having the cross bars gives me the option to build a removable basket if I want as well... this is my summer project!!




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Just got done tapping threads for my SYE . Taking a break for a minute.
57-58-59-60..........
(Times up) Guess I'll go bolt everything back up.

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post #48973 of 82721 Old 05-12-2013, 06:36 AM
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I know one of those buttons is for the ejection mechanism of the passenger seat .
Haha!

I do like the look of the switches there DNFJ. Have you seen the "custom" ones before? http://www.otrattw.com/products.php?cat=14 Wouldn't fit those openings I think, but some of those are funny.

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post #48974 of 82721 Old 05-12-2013, 06:39 AM
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Installed Hella 80/100w bulbs in my Autopal housings, and got my Putco harness in. Not had any drivetime on it yet but from the driveway... just wow.
That's the setup I'd like to get. Let's see some pics!
I saw a website that had some 80/195s or something like that. O_o

'00 XJ not quite there..

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post #48975 of 82721 Old 05-12-2013, 09:08 AM
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Installed Hella 80/100w bulbs in my Autopal housings, and got my Putco harness in. Not had any drivetime on it yet but from the driveway... just wow.
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That's the setup I'd like to get. Let's see some pics!
I saw a website that had some 80/195s or something like that. O_o

'00 XJ not quite there..
I have that set up but I made my own harness... Very nice. Good low beam spread and high beams are like spot lights and is a serious upgrade over stock.

Google mikes Chevy parts headlight harness for a better and cheaper one than putco.

I would add pics but the app is a bastard and my files are too big.
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