1976 TS250A, the progress thread.

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Mike, no drama, but instead of putting in a link in your posts to photos on your Imgur site, Imgur will probably give you 'tags' that you can paste into your forum posts so that the image shows in the forum post itself - rather than having an external link.
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It'll be there, prob in the top area with the magnifying glass symbol... images #tags maybe?
I can't do it because I use Imageshack not Imgur. You just need to do a bit of learning I'd say.
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Image

Here you go Mike. If you right click on your photo on imgur you will see a sub-menu. Select "Copy image link", on here click the little "insert image" icon and the just past the link between the "[img] [img]".

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I never had or rode a TS, but had other brands, I always liked the feel of enduro bikes, light and maneuverable.
Remember half the fun is working on the old bikes, the other half is riding them after you get them going. When you take it out, you will probably have many people look at it and tell you they had one when they were young.
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Mike, We were just trying to HELP you get the most out of this forum.
Your attitude merely demonstrates what sort of person you are.
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i was going to advise you on a couple of things, after rebuilding my ts250 engine, but after reading a couple of your posts to people who are trying to help you, i'm not bothering. you don't deserve help after posts like that :roll:
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L7Mike wrote: Thu Mar 25, 2021 6:40 am Gives me no such option.

Suck it up and deal with it guys. If you can manage to find your way here, you can manage to click a link and view the pictures. Dont want to? Your loss i guess, i dont care. Dont want to hear about it anymore. Unless you want to come by with your camera gear and document and post this for me? No? Then this discussion is over
Not a good attitude to have on here. People may not want to click links for any amount of reasons. If you wish for positive comments on your posts, I suggest that you work with us. It's not our loss, it's yours.
As moderator, I'll decide if a discussion is over or not, so to quote your phrase, suck that up.
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Looks like he's gone sucking it up, whatever that entails. :roll:
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Unfortunately, l7mike had a rant which I found unacceptable. He complained about our lack of help and blamed us for his misfortunes. His account and posts have been deleted.
Thanks to all those who did try to help though.

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