I love the Fed IV!!

Discussion in 'Hats' started by Johnny., Mar 27, 2009.

  1. CRH

    CRH Call Me a Cab

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    Different looks keep the hobby alive.

    But it has occurred to me recently that we hat folks all need a block and flange set up. I mean like it should just be a regular appliance that we all take for granted, like a refrigerator or a stove or a microwave oven or a computer..cell phone..ipod..:rolleyes:.
     
  2. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    Well, I finally have pics... photobucket's still being a bit of a pain. Oh well, here's a few.

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    How do I get these to show up as pictures not link?
     
  3. Chuck Bobuck

    Chuck Bobuck Practically Family

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    Looks good! I think you need more posts for the pics to show up. Don't remember how many....20....25?
     
  4. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    Right, I got you now. Oh well.

    Tell me what you guys think!

    - Johnny
     
  5. scottyrocks

    scottyrocks I'll Lock Up

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    Looks great. Have fun wearing it. I know I do. :)
     
  6. Gilgamark

    Gilgamark A-List Customer

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    I agree, Variety keeps us going.

    I've thought about getting some equipment . . . I probably will over the next few years . . . Does that mean I need to find a 12-step program? :D :D

    [DISCLAIMER: Note the smiley. That was a joke. Not taking a shot at recovery programs.]
     
  7. indycop

    indycop I'll Lock Up

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    Number of posts only matter for PM privilege. You copy the image code on Potobucket and you will get the pic.:)
     
  8. ryang

    ryang New in Town

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    Johnny - looks good. Nice bash.:eusa_clap It looks good on you too.
     
  9. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    I copied the adress thingy in the properties menu.... did I do it right?
     
  10. Goose.

    Goose. Practically Family

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    Take the URL (address) you copied and add [​IMG] at the end of the addy. Should work.

    And, what Ryang said :)
     
  11. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    Oh so I don't need to put it in that scripted window for images thing? Confuzzlement [huh]

    Also, thanks guys!
     
  12. Goose.

    Goose. Practically Family

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    Here's a pic to show that I curled the rear of my FIVD. It's slight and has settled down since I did it a few weeks ago. Need to touch it up.
    Did it dry and by hand.

    Also, Johnny, don't know how photobucket works...but hit the QUOTE button under this post. You can see the syntax on how I post a pic:


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  13. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    *frowns* Ok, now it's really going weird. Goose, if I copy and paste your image adress and post it in a new post, it shows up as an image. However, if I do this to my own, even with the same syntax, it doesen't work. Photobucket problem?

    Thanks for the help.

    EDIT: Nice hat ;)
     
  14. Chuck Bobuck

    Chuck Bobuck Practically Family

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    Ah! Thanks Indycop. I remember I had the same problem when I was new in town, so I thought it was post # related.

    Johnny, try this...Open the pic you want in Photobucket. At the 'Share This Image' window, on the last option...'IMG Code', click on the IMG address. When I click on this it automatically copies the URL. Then paste it into your post. If you click on preview post you should see it.
     
  15. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    Ahahaha! Thanks so much Chuck! That makes it much better. Thanks a heap!!

    - Johnny
     
  16. Goose.

    Goose. Practically Family

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    So glad IndyCop and Chuck were able to help. Regret if I made things worse for you. Damn Good Samariatan paving his road to hell with good intentions ;)
     
  17. Johnny.

    Johnny. New in Town

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    Haha no worries mate, thanks for trying to help all the same. Cheers to Indycop as well ;)
     
  18. Chuck Bobuck

    Chuck Bobuck Practically Family

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    You're welcome Johnny! Sweet lid mate! :)
     
  19. Wolfwood

    Wolfwood A-List Customer

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    Speaking of curls, this is my version. The curve at the back is straight from the factory, no adjustment from my side at all. I've understood that some FedIV's come with less curve than this...

    The hand is our 9 month old baby's who wanted to grab my hat as soon as it came into reach...

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  20. David Ward

    David Ward Familiar Face

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    As a real 'newbie' when it comes to hats, this thread really caught my eye as the price is certainly right for a good-looking Indy hat. My question then to the experts is how accurate is the curve of the brim to a Indiana Jones hat, and how easy is it to correct if it's not right?
     

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