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Ccsmith September 10th, 2019 05:21 AM

Re: Newbe 65 GMC
 
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Here are some pics

AZKen September 12th, 2019 09:30 PM

Re: Newbe 65 GMC
 
Mr. Smith, I ask you as a favor to please find out where your "rotate" button is in your picture files. Ask a friend how to do it or look it up. 99.9% of your pics are turned 90 degrees and are VERY hard to look at, as they are not normal to the eye. The brain must flip them to make sense. The flip rate of my brain is about one flip per second. This gives me a huge headache and causes me to not be interested in your pics. I know I am not the only one to be annoyed by this. It is basic picture posting 101.

James September 13th, 2019 11:33 PM

Re: Newbe 65 GMC
 
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Originally Posted by AZKen (Post 71450)
Mr. Smith, I ask you as a favor to please find out where your "rotate" button is in your picture files. Ask a friend how to do it or look it up. 99.9% of your pics are turned 90 degrees and are VERY hard to look at, as they are not normal to the eye. The brain must flip them to make sense. The flip rate of my brain is about one flip per second. This gives me a huge headache and causes me to not be interested in your pics. I know I am not the only one to be annoyed by this. It is basic picture posting 101.

I found out if I just click on the picture they stayed turned 90. However if I right click on the thumbnail picture then right click on "Open link new tab" and go to the new tab, Chrome will rotate it to be view correctly. Hope this will help you.

Ccsmith March 30th, 2020 07:41 PM

Re: Newbe 65 GMC
 
Well it has been a while. Sorry if my pics bother you didn't mean it just usually post on my phone and didn't know. Trying from a computer this time.

Hope everyone is healthy during this time and taking care of family and friends. Since this Corvid19 it has allowed me to do some work on truck. Got the rear axle seals and bearings replaced. got the rear drums completely overhauled and got new tie rod ends installed. All new brake lines installed and bled it out. Discs up front and drum in rear. Got the plug out of the back of the intake for the vacuum line to the brake booster. Ended up having to shave a bolt down square and then weld it to plug to get it out. Got front clip back on but not bolted. Trying to decide on wheels and tires now.

Ccsmith July 2nd, 2020 07:58 AM

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Got some new wheels and tires

Ccsmith July 2nd, 2020 07:58 AM

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Ccsmith July 2nd, 2020 08:00 AM

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Ok thanks to james recommending tapatalk in general discussions so hopefully now my pics are right side up


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Ccsmith July 2nd, 2020 08:05 AM

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New coolant filter and overflow tank


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Ccsmith July 2nd, 2020 08:09 AM

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Hard to see but this is the home where my truck sat in the yard for 28 years before i got it and put back on the road. Been a great and rewarding experience. Still have alot to do but enjoying riding around town whenever i can.


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Funky61 July 2nd, 2020 06:20 PM

Re: Newbe 65 GMC
 
Very Nice Truck! I have never seen a coolant filter before. What impurities does it screen out?


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