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Isuzu Owners Club Photo Gallery

Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,050
edited March 2014 in Isuzu
Please share your Isuzu photos!


To include a photo in a message is still the same as in the old Town Hall. You cannot upload photos directly from your computer into a message within a discussion. Your photo must reside elsewhere. Some have used www.photopoint.com (free!) to load their photos into a private folder and then post them within a message.


Here's how:


To get this:


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Use this coding, but replace the ( and ) with < and >:


(img src="http://a332.g.akamai.net/7/332/936/0001/www.edmunds.com/pictures/43858.jpg")


Or: (img src="Photo URL address")


To make your photo a link like this:


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do this:


(a href="Page URL address")(img src="Photo URL address")(/a)


Remember, posting copyrighted photos is a no-no. Unless, of course, you own the copyright.


Hope this helps!


KarenS
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Owner's Club

Community Manager If you have any questions or concerns about the Forums, send me an email, karen@edmunds.com, or click on my screen name to send a personal message.

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  • troopintroopin Posts: 19
    My first Picture Post . This picture was taken in Psorsmorjk valley in southern Iceland.
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    Try this with an Exploder!
    Go Farther
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    WOW--cool. Did you have to repack wheel bearings or check for water in the tranny fluid after that?
  • sbcookesbcooke Posts: 2,297
    Here is a shot from a trip to visit the Jersey Devil last fall!

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  • sbcookesbcooke Posts: 2,297
    This was a nice afternoon out at great point.

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  • Feel free to use it. I will post frequently as I have taken the troop to some pretty cool places here in Iceland.

    No I did not re- pack anything after the trip. I had about a 3 hour drive back to the house after the last water hole. I figured it had time to dry out. I did do all the fluids @ 10k miles. No problems were found. Isuzu builds them right.
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    A nice picture of a couple of Troopers going farther.
    This is on top of Langjokull glacier. The closer Trooper is a 1998 driven by my friend gary. It is highly modified with 35 inch rubber. You can read a little about his Troop on planet Isuzoo.
    Enjoy, Tom.
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    troopernewbie, your photos are not showing up, only a message from photopoint that they are not available.
  • A few pictures from our 4x4 club trip to Akurari in the Fall. Akurari is in northern Iceland and is right on the Arctic ocean.
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    About 20 of us spent the weekend in some cabins on the ocean. Nothing like a hotub on the front porch!
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    Here is the beautiful view of the Fjord and the cabins.
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    Go Farther....... Tom.
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    Those are some wild pictures. Great input!
  • paisanpaisan Posts: 21,181
    I'm definitely gonna snag a few and put em on my webpages. We'll have a nice gallery going before long.

    -mike
  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,050
    These are fantastic!

    KarenS
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  • paisanpaisan Posts: 21,181
















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    Third Row of Seats:
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    You can find more at:


    http://www.iace.com/isuzu/trooper/


    -mike

  • paisanpaisan Posts: 21,181
    Hey guys could you send me via e-mail any pics you want me to post in the Isuzu Owner's Club Gallery that will shortly be going on http://www.iace.com/isuzu/ ? Thanks I tried to snag a few of the photopoint ones but they wouldn't let me snag em :(


    -mike

  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,050
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    It works!

    KarenS
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    Owner's Club

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  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    after unloading a third of a cord of wood in one trip


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    and another view


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    going a little further

  • Here is our Amigo at last years Zu Zu in Moab, UT. This years will be in mid May.

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  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,050
    Going through the sand I could handle, but that second shot??? How steep is that incline and how far to the bottom? My vertigo level is spiking just looking at the photo....and how white were your knuckles while accomplishing this feat??? ;-)

    Community Manager If you have any questions or concerns about the Forums, send me an email, karen@edmunds.com, or click on my screen name to send a personal message.

  • sdc2sdc2 Posts: 780
    That's the neat thing about Moab, because you are on bedrock, you have great traction and can traverse some amazing inclines...
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    Another good reason for disc brakes front and rear.
  • sbcookesbcooke Posts: 2,297
    I have been waiting for a sunny day to get a better shot, but just can't wait any longer to post...I hope to get a better shot this weekend if the sun comes out.

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  • This picture goes along with the photo of me in the water. If Isuzu America hired people like us for advertising the Trooper would cost a lot more. Enjoy the cheaper than Cherokee ride and go farther!

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  • Just a Mid-Summer Bonfire.The 4WD club enjoying a bonfire @9pm. The view is the south coast of Iceland.

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    check out our new 4wd club website @

    arcticquest4wheelers.com

    Thanks for the support..........Troopin.
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    sbcooke,
    That bumper definitely has a different look. Very practical and should be quite functional once you get the winch on it. Are you going to jazz it up abit with some fog lights at some point?
  • sbcookesbcooke Posts: 2,297
    The winch is a long term item, I am not sure how often I will actually use it (I might stick to a hand winch for the time being). It has already come in handy crashing through some brush offroad. My current upgrade plans are OME shocks (N65's front and N15 rear) and then offroading lights - I am leaning towards IPF. Then I am going to make and mount a fishing pole rack to the front.
  • gpm5gpm5 Posts: 785
    Yeah it looks like it gives good protection to the front and gives the trooper a good approach angle as well. The fishing pole rack sounds like a neat idea.
  • paisanpaisan Posts: 21,181
    I can't say enough good things about the hella brand of products. They are the absolutely highest quality. My 4000s are awsome. http://www.iace.com/isuzu/trooper/hella4000.html


    They are pricey, but worth it.


    -mike

  • Here ya go.

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