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    Cool-blue Rhythm 1X1 for sale

    Spameage here! I did the two dolla bit.

    Ad #88282. Somebody pleez help with the "linky to ad" thingy!?

    Thanks for lookin'.http://classifieds.mtbr.com/cgi-bin/...uery=retrieval
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    Quote Originally Posted by xrmattaz
    Spameage here! I did the two dolla bit.

    Ad #88282. Somebody pleez help with the "linky to ad" thingy!?

    Thanks for lookin'.
    just go to your ad and highlight and "copy" the link from within the address bar of your browser. Come back to your thread and paste what you copied from the address bar into your thread. That is the easiest way to do it.

    cheers

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    ... and if we just ...

    Now that kinda worked just dandy, thanks!

    How to attach pics to the ad?? I owe you....big.


    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    just go to your ad and highlight and "copy" the link from within the address bar of your browser. Come back to your thread and paste what you copied from the address bar into your thread. That is the easiest way to do it.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by xrmattaz
    Now that kinda worked just dandy, thanks!

    How to attach pics to the ad?? I owe you....big.
    If I remember correctly, since you have already created the ad, go back and "modify" the ad and just save changes even though you dont actually change the description. After that, i think you get a screen that will have a section that will say something to the effect "would you like to ad images"...or something like that. i just remember the odd sequence of things but hopefully that is enough to make it obvious how to do it. good luck.

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    does this mean you are getting a 29er?

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    Idea! 29er??

    What's that?? And who the hell is Matt Chester??

    Hee.

    (b i n g o)


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    does this mean you are getting a 29er?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xrmattaz
    What's that?? And who the hell is Matt Chester??

    Hee.

    (b i n g o)
    WOW!!!!
    Saaaawweeeeet!!!
    (are you at least keeping real handlebars?)

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    Smile Real?

    Only if Midge's count! ?

    I'm sold on Shiggy's handleybar design. As far as another Ti bike, I'm thinking 29er/cross style/absolutely no braze on's/front brake only (canti!).....see where I'm going with this? Surly fork, 'natch.


    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    WOW!!!!
    Saaaawweeeeet!!!
    (are you at least keeping real handlebars?)

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    Good job! Rudi bike

    Something like this, only bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xrmattaz
    Something like this, only bigger.
    ALOT bigger.
    I saw him for a while at the Vision Quest.
    I can tell you those 44's don't afford much traction going uphill but he still climbed like a billy goat even with the tire slipping every which way....

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    Hope I hear ya.

    Rudi is one of my bestest good pals, and riding with him is a wonderful and humiliating experience, all in one.

    I love that pic of his MC.....I will soon have one. None mas fina, me thinks. I've perhaps been reading too much MC blog....concerning only owning one bike and such...I'm trimming the herd.

    Down to five.




    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    ALOT bigger.
    I saw him for a while at the Vision Quest.
    I can tell you those 44's don't afford much traction going uphill but he still climbed like a billy goat even with the tire slipping every which way....

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