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  1. Just tried it with account with no admin leftovers too, and it didn't ask for name there either
  2. That's weird, I don't get asked for a name (tried on two accounts)
  3. If you log in, you don't have to leave a name
  4. The allowance is a finite size - every time you upload an image, what's left of the limit diminishes. IIRC the limit is 50mb, or thereabouts. External picture hosts offer larger, possibly infinite allowance for uploads, try this; https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/92005-help-me-need-a-new-photo-hosting-site/
  5. Try uploading the whole description etc, but only one pic to start with (Then edit the entry and add the other pics) Also, make sure the pics are .jpg - I'm not sure TC works with any other formats
  6. Looks like it was created in January according to https://www.whois.net/ Domain Name: COONYOMARKET.COM Registry Domain ID: 2482408985_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.dynadot.com Registrar URL: http://www.dynadot.com Updated Date: 2020-02-21T01:00:03Z Creation Date: 2020-01-20T10:24:12Z Registry Expiry Date: 2021-01-20T10:24:12Z Registrar: DYNADOT, LLC Registrar IANA ID: 472 Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@dynadot.com Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +16502620100 Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited Name Server: ADELAIDE.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM Name Server: MICAH.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM DNSSEC: unsigned URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form: https://www.icann.org/wicf/ >>> Last update of whois database: 2020-03-19T11:13:54Z <<< https://www.scamrate.com/check/coonyomarket.com/ Might be worth leaving it a while until they build up a reputation (good or bad) - Google only has 4 results if you search for them, and three of those results are the site itself
  7. Liking the planking but the Bow Tie doesn't sit right with me - If it has to be there, I reckon it needs to be rotated 90 degrees, so it'd match the emblem orientation on the grille
  8. Clicking 'Load More' adds the 'projects' into the 'runner' pics Before clicking Load More; After clicking Load More;
  9. Dunno if it helps with the fault-finding, but reversing the sort order (Ascending to Descending) makes projects appear, Win10PC, Firefox In the pics below, the last 4 'runners' in the top pic should be 'projects' Ascending: Descending:
  10. Monster racing at Kidderminster TC Meet, 2005 - All 'Clods' except the black tuber - Pretty sure that was a TXT originally
  11. The Black one is definitely far more striking than the Blue ever was - The Blue one always reminded me of a dodgy Hot Wheels knock-off model The beauty of Clods is they're so easy to modify as you don't have to worry about driveshaft lengths and angles They also look a lot better when accelerating as they're not slapped to one side by torque-twist. Steering servo placement needs a bit of thought, as does the reversing of one motor, but it's all fairly easy. I built a couple years ago and they were great fun; https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/61526-clod-racer-project/&tab=comments#comment-408459
  12. If you do have to drill the C hubs, just mirror the top hole where the steel axle brace is. Some manufacturers used to supply brace plates/jigs like this (Those screws are what the suspension links attach to); The other way is for the lower links on the chassis to attach to the C Hubs as per above, but the top links attach to a mount fitted in place of the servo savers; http://crawfordperformanceengineering.com/product_info.php?cPath=3&products_id=1004 Either/both of these are '4 link' setups
  13. Going by this, the HS diff was more of a refinement than a necessity See I agree with you as they are not "needed" like they are on the BF. Plus, you would need two per car at $60 or so each and although that is about the same price as one of the terrible vintage Thorps, I just don't think that we can get the number of people that we need to back this. There were some fit issues but I can't find anything on whether they were all eventually resolved, although I don't think the issues were with Hotshot builds but some of the 'similar' chassis; https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/85109-mip-hotshot-ball-diff-pre-order-final-push/&do=findComment&comment=716029
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