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Old 04-19-2014, 10:14 AM   #581
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OK Experts - what am I doin wrong with these pics?
While not an expert, I did stay at a ...........nevermind.

I dont think you can hot link photos on Face book? Maybe one of the real experts can help......
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Old 04-19-2014, 02:16 PM   #582
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Check this out. I do it a little differently using my "Cloud" storage, but I hear new Dropbox accounts don't give you public folders.

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Old 04-19-2014, 03:23 PM   #583
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What I do on this forum is click the "Go Advanced" button (assuming you're on the web site and not the smarty phone app) and then click on the "Manage Attachments" button. Then upload on the dialog window that pops up. After you click upload it will sit for a bit as it uploads and crunches the photos. If you have larger images and/or more of them, it'll take awhile. It also depends on your upload speed with your ISP. I hope that helps.

BTW looking forward to seeing the photos!
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Old 04-19-2014, 03:24 PM   #584
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Check this out. I do it a little differently using my "Cloud" storage, but I hear new Dropbox accounts don't give you public folders.

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LOL Sorry! I thought you were posting photos of your own.
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Old 04-19-2014, 03:30 PM   #585
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OK Experts - what am I doin wrong with these pics?
What steps did you do to insert them? Are you on a computer or mobile device?
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Old 04-20-2014, 10:44 AM   #586
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Not from a phone - not "smart" enuf for that. Gaad, no. Using a laptop so I'll try the manage thingy when I get home tonight. Thanx everyone.

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Old 04-20-2014, 01:12 PM   #587
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OK - here goes.
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Think I'm gettin it now. ABove please note our latest mods. Shelf on the fender well and the back corner. Out of the way when bike loads too. The soap dispenser is from a faucet we bought for the house. Drilled a 1" hole in the countertop and she installed in about 15 minutes. Hardest part was using the hole saw through that particle board countertop Put a couple drawers under the sofa too. Bought at Target, the plastic drawer frame comes apart so it only adds about an inch to the couch for bike loading. Under bed storage added to bed extension. Adding 8-10" to bed frame and insulation underneath really quieted the H20 heater and warmed things up during the cooler weather. Also bought a Keurig coffee maker for the stove top counter area. Got a keurig cup holder and mounted it under the microwave - no counter space needed. KEY for you folks who fight the heat like we do. Tint your windows. We did the bedroom windows yesterday and WOW! Huge differrence in inside temps in that area of trailer that's already prone to heat build up. Should run a lot cooler this summer. That's about all for this trip - smoke em if ya got em!

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Last two I promise. First up is a close up of the soap dispenser I put in the bathroom. This thing took all of 15 minutes to do. Frees up some space on the already small counter in the bath too.

Second pic is one of my truck box. This is for those of you running low profile truck boxes on your tow vehicles. I wanted to put a bed cover/tonneau cover on the truck but the guy at the dealer said since I had a low-pro truck box, a topper wouldn't work. The topper would hit the truck box right in the latches so I'd have to shell out $250-$350 for a new, non low pro box. What you see in the second pic is my solution. I went to a local welding shop and they fabricated two, spacer boxes out of matching diamond plate. They're tacked to the truck box with a series of 1" welds on each end. We then drilled the holes and mounted it to the bed of the truck. Total: $65. Beats the daylights out of droppin roughly $300 on a new box.

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