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  1. #1
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    rigid fork on a Rumble?

    is this a good idea? i have a Rumble that is a S/S and now think i would like to run it with rigid forks and big fat tires.
    what do you think,good or bad idea?
    let me have your thoughts,thank you!
    Mountain Cycle collector,i have 8 of 'em now!

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    found and fitted rigid forks,fat tires will have to wait until i have spare cash.

    now,how the heck do i post photo's on the site?
    Mountain Cycle collector,i have 8 of 'em now!

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    Click "Go Advanced" and there's options for uploading an attachment (there's a size limit, you may need to resize the picture).

    The other way is to make a link to the file (probably .jpg), if you have it on a server somewhere. The yellow icon with the mountain tops is for that.

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    Hmmmmm
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    Standard JPEG format, at 500 pixels, works great for posting here.
    I make copies of the original photo, then convert the copy for export.
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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    thanks perttime and Ericmopar for the replys,have tried to post pics before and failed.
    will give it another try tomorrow its late in the day for me now.(yawn!need sleep!)
    Mountain Cycle collector,i have 8 of 'em now!

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