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    I saw the post on Starklite FaceBook which included a photo of the 1948 Indian parts they would assemble at the Sturgis rally. It inspired me to take my own photo.
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    I like exploded photos of a project too Larry. I did that with my 1916J back in 2007. I took the picture from the roof peak of my shop.

    Eric Smith
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    I hope it comes with one of those little keys supplied by IKEA?



    Volkswagen Golf, as supplied by Ikea.



    How you put it together ^^^

    Cheers,

    Sirhr

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    Cool picture, Larry! I hope you're going to post pics along the way. Dale

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    Nice photo Eric. Yes, I will post more photos as the project continues. I just found a broken front fork spring as I was painting them. Anyone know how to remove spring from the upper and lower fork spring seats? (Guess that should probably be on a different thread)
    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by exeric View Post
    I like exploded photos of a project too Larry. I did that with my 1916J back in 2007. I took the picture from the roof peak of my shop.

    Hi Eric. Why does my photo show up as a small image to be clicked on to enlarge, wheras your image shows up large in the message? (newbie to forum)
    Larry

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    Larry, there is a thread by Steve Little in Knuckleheads called "Earlobe Restoration" from last October. (Sorry I don't know how to post the link) That thread explained it all to me. Harry Roberts did a great job putting it all in simple terms. Check it out. Dale

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    Links are extremely easy, when the page is up click on the ttle as shown on your computer (the WWW line), when it highlights hold the ctrl button down and hit the C key. When you open a reply hit the ctrl again and the V key. The link will appear on the page.

    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bbo...be+restoration
    Robbie Knight Amca #2736

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    Thanks, Robbie! I'm learning as much about computers as I am motorcycles! Looking forward to some big pictures, Larry. Dale

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    Quote Originally Posted by larrymgibson View Post
    Hi Eric. Why does my photo show up as a small image to be clicked on to enlarge, wheras your image shows up large in the message? (newbie to forum)
    Larry
    Sorry I didn't respond earlier Larry. I use Photobucket, which is a photo hosting site. It is free, and they allow you to store a lot of pictures. The big advantage with Photobucket is for posting large pictures on forums like this.

    Your first step is to open an account with them which is free, and they don't bug you with B.S. emails.

    When you want to post a picture here, go to PB, your library, and click on the picture you want.

    To the right of your picture is a "Share Links" box with 4 options.

    Click on the last option which is "IMG"

    That option will turn yellow and say copied.

    Come to the AMCA site, put you cursor in the post you want and click "paste".



    And Bob is your uncle.
    Eric Smith
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