TRAL Payson Event Saturday 3-21-2015

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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by Inkpot » Wed Mar 18, 2015 4:32 pm

:o ok by me!

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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by fumann » Thu Mar 19, 2015 7:24 am

Here is the classic radiator trail fix. Airhose chuck, some teflon tape and a self tapping screw. (Sorry John it had to be done.)

P.S. I set the attachment file size limit to 1MB. I don't know if that is too large or not large enough.
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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by Tools R Us » Thu Mar 19, 2015 10:33 am

fumann wrote:Here is the classic radiator trail fix. Airhose chuck, some teflon tape and a self tapping screw. (Sorry John it had to be done.)
It made it home, that is what counts!
fumann wrote:P.S. I set the attachment file size limit to 1MB. I don't know if that is too large or not large enough.
Depending on bandwidth available, likely too large, something like 200-300K would be plenty? Is the pixel width relative or fixed, if fixed, 1000-1200 works?
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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by fumann » Thu Mar 19, 2015 11:38 am

fumann wrote:P.S. I set the attachment file size limit to 1MB. I don't know if that is too large or not large enough.
Depending on bandwidth available, likely too large, something like 200-300K would be plenty? Is the pixel width relative or fixed, if fixed, 1000-1200 works?
I'll take a look.
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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by fumann » Fri Mar 27, 2015 9:14 am

Tools R Us wrote:
And,,, the smiley selection sucks!
Our Smiley friends are back..... :grinpimp: :hillbilly: :princess: :smokin: :steer: :moon: :thefinger: :mrgreen:

Most of them anyway.
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Re: TRAL Event Saturday the 21st

Post by Tools R Us » Fri Mar 27, 2015 9:24 am

fumann wrote:
Tools R Us wrote:
And,,, the smiley selection sucks!
Our Smiley friends are back..... :grinpimp: :hillbilly: :princess: :smokin: :steer: :moon: :thefinger: :mrgreen:

Most of them anyway.
Nice! :hillbilly:
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