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Old 05-09-07, 08:39 PM   #1
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To the mods...and every one else...

I'm a (semi) newbee on here, and though I don't have half the know-how of most of the gents on here, I think it would be advisable for those that request for a frame ID to post pictures in an "orderly" fashion. I know I read on here somewhere on how to take pictures of a bike, but maybe a sticky would help those looking for help to help the ones that intend to help them...for helps sake! Haha, ok I'm on my third cup of joe, and that seems funny to me. I know this thread is pretty much pointless, but seems like a good idea at the moment.


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Old 05-09-07, 08:55 PM   #2
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uh , ya its kinda easier to ID a frame you can actualy see. It took me the longest time to get the posting photos thing right.
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