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Thread: Chassis Tuner tech block

  1. #1
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    Chassis Tuner tech block

    Chassis tuner tech block with wheel cut outs. Use to check if your chassis or guide got bent after that trip into the wall. Mount bodies, change motors. Made of 1/2" Corian, measures 3 1/4" x 7 1/4" Available with magnets, back side recess for setting ride height. Also available in 3/4" Corain-must send an e-mail for a price quote.
    Only $14.95 plus shipping


    Last edited by WireEDM-guy; 02-01-2010 at 06:14 AM.
    Build to Win!! Precision Slot Cars chassis fxtures make racers go faster and win more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity
    Duh?? photos would be nice
    ????

    I see 2 photos in the above post.
    Zip - are they not showing up for you???

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    Paul, Im not getting the pics either. Just 2 boxes with a red x in them.

    Vic
    Keep your finger on the trigger ,and your eye on the slot

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    Only one photo appears, which is better than what we were getting originally when I first posted

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    First, I should have asked what browser you are using. I am seeing them fine on Firefox. If you are not seeing the images using MSIE, then I have a theory.

    Dave, if you could rename the images, being sure to not leave any spaces in the file name, then I think they should work. You can use a hyphen or underline to seperate text in file names, but some servers and browsers do not like spaces. (ie: New 2010, change to New_2010).

    Some systems automatically convert a space to "%20", but other systems do not work well with spaces. In this case I see the file name as "New%202010".

    I'm not positive if it is the server or browser, but I have always avoided any spaces in file names.

    Very nice setup jig, BTW. A racer had one at Pacific Slot Car Raceways last night, and he said he used it for a variety of uses.

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    Paul Kassens
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    The Old Weird Herald
    email: paulk@oldweirdherald.com

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    Paul,

    I'm now at home and using FF and I can see the two photgraphs.

    As they are hosted on a 3rd party server as opposed to yours, that may explain the problem.
    Zippity

    "Rules are written by FEAR; and that Racers are motivated by the Fear that somebody may have something that gives others an Edge." - Rocky Russo



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    two pics

    Gotta be that Welling crappy weather causing all your problems.
    I'm getting two pics loud and clear.
    From the sunny middle

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    IE8 and the photos appear.

    The practice of linking to photos stored on 3rd party servers is frought with danger
    Zippity

    "Rules are written by FEAR; and that Racers are motivated by the Fear that somebody may have something that gives others an Edge." - Rocky Russo



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