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#1
Just playing around with the camera so bear with me and check it out
http://youtu.be/DC_Al-Rhvtg
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#2
Holy Schmoly, Bob! Nice Hookoo.
Those can't possibly be the original gummy Psyco's, could they? Those were some seriously sticky tires.

Rob
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#3
Thanks Rob, I thought you might like it being a music buff and mountain biker and sardine eater and all !
Yes, I still have the original gummy Tioga Psycho's. Not as sticky as back in the day, but just having them is a plus I guess. I only use them for display. Every single thing on it is original but the seat. It has never been hard off-road or even jumped and still has some of the protective film covering the graphics.
I have some Nos Xt components I will be using when I refurbish her
and will box up all the original parts for if and when I ever sell it. Its a great conversation piece and always brings a smile to those who remember when they came out. To me its proof that Gary Fisher did smoke a little weed, to do that to a bicycle and equip it with gripshift and Stx componentsSmile
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#4
VERY NICEEEEE! Awesome video Bob! Haven't listed to Grateful Dead in a very long time, my older brothers listened to em when I was a kid. Hey Rob, now that is something he was hiding in the secret trap door to the underground Bike bat cave museum Big Grin !
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#5
Bob. Not only do you need to work on your camera skills (what grease? the grease on your chin?), you need a lesson or 3 in Choreograpy (sp?). Why is ABBA or the Bee Gees ( I cant hear it well) playing in the background with a vid about a Greatful Dead bike?? This bike was released around the same time as the album 'In The Dark' best I can recall. I may be off by 7 years, though. I bought the album in 1988? I'm thinking that LTD Koo was 1995? Man - What A Long Strange Trip It's Been!
Here is a song I dedicate to you and Koo...

http://www.dead.net/song/tons-steel

Especially the part at the end about dragging your feet. Smile
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#6
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m_ZAyEgFsg
Looks like IL to me?
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#7
you are right, I was totally unprepared and my cinematography skills suck, not mention the music was all wrong I agree, and how exactly to use the site effectively. please explain to me how to post the direct video on the posting like some of you do that way I can have some more fun at your guys expense Smile
yes, it is a 1995 version, the same year that Jerry Garcia passed away. thanks for the video, now teach me how. I would love to post more. at the time I did the lousy posting the site had no posts and was looking slim so I just did it in a hurry to throw something out there and say hello to the tutor gang. I really did not want to break out the hooKoo Dead this early but a card laid is a card played !
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#8
If I can't pick on my friends, who can I pick on?? Smile
Are you looking for expensive friends??
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#9
help me i am stupid
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#10
well, getting closer but still do not know what i did
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#11
Pretty easy Bob, after you post the video to youtube open up a webpage as you would be the viewer. Then there is a "share" button underneath the video. After you click that just click the "embed" button. A bunch of code will show up in a box. Highlight all that code right click copy then go to the Reply box here on tutor and right click and paste ! That's all there is to it Big Grin .
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#12
(10-29-2012, 01:57 AM)Bill Wrote:  Pretty easy Bob, after you post the video to youtube open up a webpage as you would be the viewer. Then there is a "share" button underneath the video. After you click that just click the "embed" button. A bunch of code will show up in a box. Highlight all that code right click copy then go to the Reply box here on tutor and right click and paste ! That's all there is to it Big Grin .
Thank you Bill, I will try it on my next one. I wanted to do some how to videos on some different things we have talked about and some have posted videos from 3rd party people not really associated with BicycleTutor. If I can have some fun and drive you guys crazy in the process then its all worth it!
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#13
Well we are quite the interactive audience lol!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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