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Suggested Format for New Tech Tips
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Suggested Format for New Tech Tips 13 Years ago  
Welcome to our newest forum folder! We have set this folder aside to hold tech tips submitted by members of the clinic. If you have recently installed something, modified something or just done something really cool to your bike, put a note in here telling others what you have done!

In order to make tips posted in this section as easy to implement as possible, we suggest including the following items:

  1. A list of Tools required

  2. An outline of the process, with detail where appropriate

  3. A Picture of a relevent portion of the process or part involved



If you choose to add a picture, it needs to be no bigger than 500 pixels wide and 400 pixels tall, and no larger than 50kb in filesize.

You can add a picture by browsing for it from the "Select Image file to attach" option near the bottom of a new post. Be sure to click on the button located to the right of the browse button when you are done.

These are suggestions only, as some folks will not have access to digital cameras, some tech tips don't require tools, and some tech tips are so short they just don't need an out line.

Thanks to all, we hope this soon becomes a treasured area to search here on the clinic!

GRAM<br><br>Post edited by: GRAM, at: 2005/02/15 16:28
 
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Re:Suggested Format for New Tech Tips 13 Years ago  
There are lots of good ideas out there that would make good articles along with the work related items. We just need them to be submitted.
 
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Re:Suggested Format for New Tech Tips 13 Years ago  
Sounds good Gram.....I'll have to keep an eye on this folder...
 
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Re:Suggested Format for New Tech Tips 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Like hitting the sweet spot on the carb this site only gets better. Thanks Gram (and Doc and Musky and Usafretired and Poprivet and Coug on and on).
Bompa
 
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