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post #7171 of 7248 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 05:54 PM
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I had to open them one at a time in a new tab. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.ssrfanatic.com/forum/images/smilies/confused.gif[/IMG]

Also when I was making a reply I noticed this at the bottom of the page.

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Does that photobucket have any connection to your pictures?
@xoxobruce, Been away a few days, I don't know what that photo bucket thing is. My photos are straight from my phone on to the site via the mobile app.

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@xoxobruce, Been away a few days, I don't know what that photo bucket thing is. My photos are straight from my phone on to the site via the mobile app.
I am still able to open only #3
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Let's try this again....
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Cannot open any of them
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Interesting: All three pictures bring up a spinning circle of dots that will continue for more than two minutes but show a black screen. If I right click and select open in a new window the pictures open in less than 5 seconds but goo to an error screen in less than 10 seconds more. Not sure what is happening. Thanks for trying.


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Replaced the Oris Hitch with a 2” receiver hidden behind hinged plate.
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Replaced the Oris Hitch with a 2” receiver hidden behind hinged plate.
Nice job but how do you put the pin in?


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Nice job but how do you put the pin in?
Reach underneath behind the spare, when the exhaust has cooled! Thieves will never find it!
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SUCCESS although the first picture is YELLOW
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Spent mid part of the day today at a car show hosted by one of the local churches here in Oklahoma City. Proceeds went to benefit a veterans organization called Operation Warrior RECONnect. Dave Roever is a veteran and the founder of this foundation. They work with wounded veterans to help get their lives re-settled after coming back from deployment. A great organization, and one that we all could feel good to support.

After the car show, I made a stop off to see Trike Rider (Lloyd Swanson), who is still recuperating from his recent stroke. He and Eileen always are very appreciative when someone stops by to see them at the re-hab center. They are still hopeful and looking forward to a full recovery so that they can make the trip to the big rally in Branson this October. Please keep Lloyd and Eileen in your thoughts and prayers. They are truly special people.

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Gave RED a much needed hand wash job, then changed center caps to aftermarket for the long trip, did the roof vent noise reduction mod. and worked on roof seal issue(jury is still out on this one). Bedtime now cause it's off to Ogden tomorrow!
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SSR 3 and I went to a car show Saturday in Keller, TX. They had over 500 cars registered. We both won trophies and were in the top 100 cars. The crowd and judges love the SSR’s. Bob had to leave and John Robinson picked up his award. We had our picture taking with Miss Dallas. Great SSR day.
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@xoxobruce, Been away a few days, I don't know what that photo bucket thing is. My photos are straight from my phone on to the site via the mobile app.

Have you tried (resizing) the pics from your phone. When I use my phone to take some pics, I then send them to my email address. Then I click on them and then again (right click) which brings up a lot of choices.

One is "rename" and I rename the pic to be associated with SSR stuff. Another option that shows up is (resize)..........As I recall, the original pic shows as "small" and I then select "large".

This creates another pic that says (large).

I find that those seem to be accepted and will work with this site.
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@xoxobruce, Been away a few days, I don't know what that photo bucket thing is. My photos are straight from my phone on to the site via the mobile app.
[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/SSRFanatic_2016/smilies/tango_face_plain.png[/IMG]
Have you tried (resizing) the pics from your phone. When I use my phone to take some pics, I then send them to my email address. Then I click on them and then again (right click) which brings up a lot of choices.

One is "rename" and I rename the pic to be associated with SSR stuff. Another option that shows up is (resize)..........As I recall, the original pic shows as "small" and I then select "large".

This creates another pic that says (large).

I find that those seem to be accepted and will work with this site.[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/SSRFanatic_2016/smilies/tango_face_glasses.png[/IMG]
Thanks, I'll try that.....
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Well, didn't get much time with lil red this weekend, i did get several parts from simple engineering in this past week though. Today i made my way to montgomery al. Tomorrow i will see my daughter off to parris island sc to the marine corps boot camp. I can't put into words how proud i am of her. She's ready, not so sure i am, gonna be a long 14 weeks for the both of us.
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Well, didn't get much time with lil red this weekend, i did get several parts from simple engineering in this past week though. Today i made my way to montgomery al. Tomorrow i will see my daughter off to parris island sc to the marine corps boot camp. I can't put into words how proud i am of her. She's ready, not so sure i am, gonna be a long 14 weeks for the both of us.
Congratulations to both of you!

I managed to pack Del for the trip to Ogden.
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Took our little granddaughter for a ride yesterday to McDonalds for an ice cream cone. She is my ‘back up co-pilot’, and is in charge of pushing the button that lowers and raises the top. She has physical and neurological challenges, but loves riding in ‘papa’s little red car’. Makes my day too. Have a great day.

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Over my lunch break I got a chance to press the upper ball joints in the spindles and am going to start assembling the front end finally. I pulled the left front wheel off and that was as far as I got on my lunch break. One more benefit of working from home. Lunch time can be SSR time. I have everything new except the lower control arms now that I discovered they are different than the Trailblazer ones I had already prepped and painted and rebuilt one side. I may just rebuild the originals off the SSR. I wanted to replace everything then rebuild them and put them on my 04 and have both with new front ends on them. The 04 I am not going to do the poly bushings on. Well hopefully I can get some more done before dinner after work. I think I can get it mostly torn down today on the one side.
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new roof struts and led light and fuse for cargo light today
Hey Warren, would you be so kind as to share the seller and part number for your roof struts?

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Ah, Mike's... of course!

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Hi Everyone .
I put a NOS chrome right door handle on and while I was in there lubed the linkages and fixed the clogged door drain . Pic #1
While I was out there replaced the SSR sticker emblem from @wizzr thanks, Mark .
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I also did the 3rd brake pulsing kit .
A very productive and Beautiful day in NJ , permagrin day . Dave
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Have spent hours last few days on mine cleaning it up after the pine/tree pollen season is (mostly) over.

All waxed up now except for trap door and cargo lid. Then it will be the tires/wheels and finally some vinyl dressing for the dash and interior parts.

Doing this now also in prep for travel to Maggie next Thursday. My luck will be I can't get out of the driveway before some heavy downpour will start and by the time I get across the state to Maggie, there would be no clue that I spent all that time.
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The lower air dam arrived yesterday, 4 weeks from ordering. Mike at Simple Engineering must be struggling a little getting orders out. No problem I'm patient. The air dam fit perfectly and installed in less than 5 minutes. I can only hope that my first trip on the Ferry system in British Columbia doesn't quickly remove it for me, The final ramp entry to the ferries can sometimes, depending on the tide have a steep angle going on the ferry or coming off. I will probably also be stopping a little short on those nose in parking spots at places like automotive stores, either that or taking the time where allowable to back in instead.
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The lower air dam arrived yesterday, 4 weeks from ordering. Mike at Simple Engineering must be struggling a little getting orders out. No problem I'm patient. The air dam fit perfectly and installed in less than 5 minutes. I can only hope that my first trip on the Ferry system in British Columbia doesn't quickly remove it for me, The final ramp entry to the ferries can sometimes, depending on the tide have a steep angle going on the ferry or coming off. I will probably also be stopping a little short on those nose in parking spots at places like automotive stores, either that or taking the time where allowable to back in instead.
In case you didn't know Mike is sort of a one man band. He builds stuff, gets orders ready and ships it out. He does not have a big store or a bunch of staff. I think his wife helps out. When he is gone on a trip or researching new stuff with a company or on the phone, or doing something else, everything is on hold . So like you said patience is a good thing. He on occasion tries to enjoy his SSR once and a while. He is usually very efficient and prompt and his stuff is awesome and he stands behind it. Figured I would throw this out there as there are other folks that don't know this. Have a good one.
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Yep,Mike told me the first time I ordredfrom him. "I ain't Amazon". His stuff is worth the wait. Always be patient. Good things come to those that wait.LOL
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The lower air dam arrived yesterday, 4 weeks from ordering. Mike at Simple Engineering must be struggling a little getting orders out. No problem I'm patient. The air dam fit perfectly and installed in less than 5 minutes. I can only hope that my first trip on the Ferry system in British Columbia doesn't quickly remove it for me, The final ramp entry to the ferries can sometimes, depending on the tide have a steep angle going on the ferry or coming off. I will probably also be stopping a little short on those nose in parking spots at places like automotive stores, either that or taking the time where allowable to back in instead.
The only clearance to worry about is concrete bump stops. If you have front spoiler that will be ripped off before be air dam.
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The lower air dam arrived yesterday, 4 weeks from ordering. Mike at Simple Engineering must be struggling a little getting orders out. No problem I'm patient. The air dam fit perfectly and installed in less than 5 minutes. I can only hope that my first trip on the Ferry system in British Columbia doesn't quickly remove it for me, The final ramp entry to the ferries can sometimes, depending on the tide have a steep angle going on the ferry or coming off. I will probably also be stopping a little short on those nose in parking spots at places like automotive stores, either that or taking the time where allowable to back in instead.

I've got one of those air dams on mine and front is lowered also. On return from Las Vegas when i first bought it, did hit some very bad chuck holes on the interstate a few times.

Those angled brackets on either side of that air dam seem to take the "hit" and pop the front up just enough to avoid direct contact with that plastic dam. Did have one of those plastic "pins" break off. Found a package of them at the auto store and replaced it OK. You might want to carry a spare pack of those pins for such as that happening.
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