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RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Can y'all see both photos below and follow the link to the single photo and the link to the photo album? SmugMug TC Photo Test https://photos.smugmug.com/Silverton-2020-Test-Gallery-2/i-6Vw9zpS/0/ce85084b/L/2213.jpeg-L.jpg width=640 https://photos.smugmug.com/Silverton-2020-Test-Gallery-2/i-6Vw9zpS/0/ce85084b/L/2213.jpeg-L.jpg width=320 Single Photo Link Test Photo Album Link Test
BradW 04/18/21 10:27am Truck Campers
RE: Need Advice

If I had a half ton truck and wanted a truck camper, I would be looking at a pop up tc, not a hardside.
BradW 04/18/21 10:13am Truck Campers
RE: Need Advice

A couple of things to consider. The vast majority of hardside truck camper carrying SRW trucks you see on the road are over their gvwr. Also, many axles are rated based on the tire/wheel package they originaly came with. The same axle may have a higher gawr on a different truck. You never want to exceed the maximum payload rating of any tire.
BradW 04/18/21 09:07am Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

years ago Flickr removed its photo link sharing buttons as they did not like hosting images on its servers that also did not generate advertisement $$$. They would really like people to actually go to THEIR site to view images stored there. I really don't like that.....I dont like that alot. Flickr removed a working tool that their PAYING customers were using to make their own life more profitable? Total BS in my opinion. I'm going to take another look at Imgur.
BradW 04/13/21 10:03am Truck Campers
RE: new Ford 7.3 gas with 3.55 axle ratio, does it work?

Y'all will all have them 1-ton electric trucks before long.....problem solved. :) Nice, and just think we can charge them back up with solar!! 3 tons Not me! I'm gonna mount a wind turbin on the roof of my camper to charge the batteries while I'm diving non stop from Alabama to Yellowstone!
BradW 04/12/21 08:32pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Did you start an account on flickr or free trail? Flickr (which now owned by Smugmug, acquired financially troubled Flickr awhile back). They surprisingly One of the things that attracted me to smugmug is part of the url contains original file name, easier to relocate. Seems easier to get different share links, though bbcode copy/pastes picture, its also makes it clickable to album so usually strip out url string. I'm trying the free Flickr and I think I can live with it. But after reading your post, I'm going to try Smugmug before comitting to Flickr Pro. Thanks, Brad
BradW 04/10/21 08:04pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

It's not the fastest way to do it, but I use the share photo button. Up pops a link. I select BBCode and the correct size. Then I copy the link, I post the link directly to the posting page. Then I cut off all before and after img. It took me a while to figure the "cut off all before and after img" part. The user should not have to do that. There should be a "Direct URL Link" option. I'm going to make that suggestion to Flickr. So, I will be upgrading to the $60/yr version of Flickr soon and see how it goes.
BradW 04/10/21 07:59pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

I can't see the upper images, but the album is great. I can't see them either. I'm still learnin' Flickr. It seems a lot more professional/modern than Fototime. But there are some differences that I will have to get used to. I can't figure out an easy/quick way to copy a direct URL link to a specific photo on Flickr. I can create a link, but I then have to edit out +20 some odd additional characters to get down to the correct direct link to just the photo. Me still learnin'. Colorado is always great. We were there 10-20 Sept 2020. Aspens were about 80% when we left for Moab.
BradW 04/10/21 01:03pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51106207236_df0139475f_z.jpg width=640 https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-pWrpRZb/0/790cd66f/L/i-pWrpRZb-L.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-pWrpRZb/0/790cd66f/L/i-pWrpRZb-L.jpg width=640
BradW 04/10/21 07:55am Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Flickr photo posting test: https://flic.kr/p/2kS5Ezn width=640 https://flic.kr/p/2kS5Ezn Flickr photo album posting test: Flickr Album Link Test
BradW 04/10/21 07:14am Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Yep, that's what I'm looking for. I looked at Flickr and it looks like about $50/yr for what I need. Sounds reasonable to me.
BradW 04/09/21 12:26am Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Can you create a photo album in Flickr and post a link to that whole album?
BradW 04/08/21 01:51pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

I find it laughable that anyone would realistically expect a free picture hosting site to have a solid DR plan, or even a backup. Fototime was a pay site.
BradW 04/06/21 12:45pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

I remember when photo bucket did that. They caused a lot of damage. People say photo bucket is back, but I would never trust them after the stunt they pulled. This forum has always been an excellent source for information.
BradW 04/05/21 11:18pm Truck Campers
RE: new Ford 7.3 gas with 3.55 axle ratio, does it work?

Y'all will all have them 1-ton electric trucks before long.....problem solved. :)
BradW 04/05/21 08:35pm Truck Campers
RE: BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Sadly, you cannot rely on paid or free services to retain your pictures or data. If you do not keep a backup yourself, you may lose those files forever. I am currently dealing with some backup failures myself even on the local level. Luckily I have the original files, but my alternate location died... The photos I had on Fototime go back 20 years. I don't know how many photos I had on there, but I would estimate about 8,000 to 12,000. I never relied on Fototime as a secure backup. I'm pretty sure I still have 99% of those photos on multiple backup locations/devices. What bugs me are all the dead links out there now. I use the internet to research many things and I hate finding the perfect thread/post only to see the photo link is dead. I was just on a welding forum and a guy had a link to the Victor tip chart showing the acetylene flow rate for each tip size/pressure. Must have been there in 2006, but gone now. :( I still have the photos, but there is no way to go back and fix all the dead links.
BradW 04/05/21 08:26pm Truck Campers
BradW's photo links on the Truck Camper Forum

Over the last 20 years I have posted 1,000's of photo links on the RV.net TC forum. Everything from how to disassemble a Rancho 9000 shock to vacation photos. All those photos were hosted on Fototime.com. I never had a single problem with Fototime in 20 years, but they are all gone now. A couple of weeks ago Fototime ceased operations for mostly unexplained reasons (possible due to the big French sever farm fire). So, if you are looking at one of my posts and the photo is "unavailable", it ain't RV.net and it ain't your computer; it's a broken photo link that will never come back. Sorry folks.
BradW 04/05/21 12:55pm Truck Campers
RE: new Ford 7.3 gas with 3.55 axle ratio, does it work?

https://youtu.be/le_CdRGAmvg Video of the 7.3 with 3.55 gears towing 24K through the Rockies. Personally, I have a deep seated emotional objection to driving a big block motor down the road at 4,500-5,000 rpm..........moped maybe, big block, nope.
BradW 04/02/21 10:49am Truck Campers
RE: new Ford 7.3 gas with 3.55 axle ratio, does it work?

Anyone have the new Ford 7.3 gas with 3.55 axle ratio? If so does it work out for a 2500# TC? I don't have one, but I would say no, especially if you also plan on towing anything or driving in the mountains. Flat ground, no towing, a TC which actually weighs 2,500 lbs and plenty of time to get where you are going, probably OK. I once drove two new F350 SRW V10 gasser Fords. One had 3.55 gears and the other had 4.30 gears. The 3.55 was a dog; the 4.30 was a rocket. I got out pulled by a 4-cyl Camry on I-65 in downtown Birmingham in that 3.55 truck.
BradW 03/31/21 07:22pm Truck Campers
RE: Anyone use Fototime for photo hosting?

FotoTime On March 10, due to circumstances beyond our control, FotoTime suffered a catastrophic outage. This outage effected both the infrastructure and data. Regretably, due to this outage, FotoTime has ceased operations. We would like to thank all of our customers for supporting us all of these years. This difficult decision to cease operations was the only option available to us.
BradW 03/24/21 09:54am Technology Corner
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