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DRZ pics, lets see your Z

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Yup, this is gonna be a biggie for sure! We have green,black,BLUE(the fastest) and that other color what is it yellow? Just kinding.

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Got rid of the big plastic monstrosity of a rear fender today.

Got the BD tailight mounted the tucked in way again.

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Hey all!

I've had mine for a year now and I'm still loving it!!:worthy: I spent most of the summer on my new SM setup. I was lucky enough to get out in the mud a few times too!

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brad21 this is one of the most beautiful DRZ pic I've seen here.

Thank you kind sir.:worthy:

One more:

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I use www.flickr.com

Once you have an account which is free to do, you upload your pictures. After they are uploaded this site will provide you with a URL link to your picture.

Then create a post on TT, click the "Insert Image" button and paste in the URL that is provided by flickr.

I hope that helps.

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Hi Yankee, :D

It's really simple... Take pics.

Load and save them into the "my pictures" folder of your computer.

Go to:

http://photobucket.com/

Register for a free photo album.

Click on "Browse" where it says "Upload Images & Videos".

Select one or more pictures to be added to your album. Upload them. After they are in the album, each one will have its own address. Copy the one that has at each end.

And paste the address into your post.:worthy:

Take Care,

Greg

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Hey why don't you just click on my garage to view the pics? most of us have them right?:worthy:

Why did you bother to post/look anyway?

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