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What is this??? 002

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8n13325

08-01-2020 15:07:56




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Found a drip on concrete.

[img]https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/photos/mvphoto59493.jpg[/img]

[img]https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/photos/mvphoto59494.jpg[/img]

[img]https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/photos/mvphoto59495.jpg[/img]




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TheOldHokie

08-02-2020 05:07:16




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
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I posted to help the OP understand what he did wrong - your post was just a handy place to hang the reply.

I dont know how much you know in this area but for your benefit browsers do not understand BBCODE. The web server converts it to the equivalent HTML when generating a Modern View page. It also escapes any HTML in the page source which is why your image link rather than the image is displayed in the quoted text above. When generating a Classic view page HTML code in the page source is not escaped and BBCODE in the source is not translated.

That is why switching views wont fix that mismatch. The server is the one that is confused and continues to serve up the incorrect content by "fixing" the markup content before downloading the page based on the "view" type of the page it is generating.
TOH

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Ultradog MN

08-02-2020 05:35:37




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to TheOldHokie, 08-02-2020 05:07:16  
I don't like BBC type forums.
I'm on several and would take YT's or NTC's classic style over any and all of them.
I think they were written to make it easier for people to do things that can be done just as well with basic html.
Example:
It takes all of 12 keystrokes to hot link a photo. That's not too much to learn imo. I learned it 20 years ago.
But others can't or won't? learn it.
C'est la vie.
I'm not going to post their photos for them though. But if you do that's okay with me.

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TheOldHokie

08-02-2020 06:15:52




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to Ultradog MN, 08-02-2020 05:35:37  
Having made my living in the business I attribute the popularity of the Modern view style boards to underlying software. The PHPBB project provides a free ready to deploy bulletin board package that runs on just about everything except a toaster. It's easy to manage and is relatively secure. In a full throated implementation each user has the ability to configure the look and feel to match their preference and it supports something very close to YT's Classic view for those that like that organization. It has become the engine of choice for the vast majority of web bulletin boards.

While PHPBB supports posting in HTML that feature is frequently disabled because it opens the web server up to a number security vulnerabilities. Unfortunately that also limits the ability of people to do fancy formatting, things like superscripting and subscripting for example that are fully supported in HTML but not by BBCODE.

Speaking as a web site manager not enabling HTML is a small loss and the power and ease of use of PHPBB makes managing an old style site a royal PITA. It's unfortunate that YT has tried to straddle the Classic / PHPBB fence and we have to put up with the self inflicted problems that has created.

TOH

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TheOldHokie

08-01-2020 23:48:14




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

The BBCODE [Img] tag only works when posting in modern view. In classic mode you use HTML to link images like this:

<img src=https://forums.yesterdayst90ractors.com/photos/mvphoto59493.jpg>

Here are the images using that same BBCODE and modern view.

TOH





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Ultradog MN

08-02-2020 01:28:06




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to TheOldHokie, 08-01-2020 23:48:14  
When they didn't show in classic I clicked on modern view. Nope, not there either. I could have fixed them for him but if he wants to post photos he might as well learn how to do it right.
As we both know, it is not hard.



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Tim PloughNman Daley

08-02-2020 04:35:43




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to Ultradog MN, 08-02-2020 01:28:06  
Dogman-
As I always say, "...it wouldn't be a Ford Tractor if it didn't leak some oil!!!" And, ".. you can always tell where the Ford's were parked at a tractor show by the oil puddles on the ground..." Why do you think they installed a weep hole on the pan for? Don't get me wrong, I'm a Ford man, but have seen oil puddles under other makes of tractors as well.

I love this photo! Is that you? Is it yours and what can you tell us about it -make, model, year, etc? I saved a copy and put it on my desktop background photo.

Tim Daley(MI)

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Ultradog MN

08-02-2020 05:08:21




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 08-02-2020 04:35:43  
The photo is just one I found and liked a lot so saved it.
I could be you, or me, or a whole lot of other boys here. Boys who had a fascination with old machines. Boys who grew into men and now for many of us, old men. Still, that fascination stays with us, despite our varied walks in life. It's why we come here, to share, to collaborate, to question and help, to brag and sometimes squabble about these old tractors.
In a way we come here to celebrate. Not only these old machines but our boyish fascination with them.

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8n13325

08-01-2020 21:05:58




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
[quote="CVPost-Rusty2N"](reply to post at 16:47:40 08/01/20) [/quote

]Smells of engine oil and under clutch housing



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8n13325

08-01-2020 21:04:16




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
[quote="CVPost-Rusty2N"](quoted from post at 16:47:40 08/01/20) The drip is oil. The other is a cotter pin in the drain hole for the bell housing area. Being it is the forward
drainhole I'm thinking engine oil. Could be transmission fluid also. Keeps the leaking oil from filling up and soaking
the clutch.[/quote]

winner winner chicken dinner...
:D
tomorrow and the next unknown...

steering sloppy and no external adjustment.

eccentric shim in steering for end play adjustment.

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Rusty2N

08-01-2020 16:47:40




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
The drip is oil. The other is a cotter pin in the drain hole for the bell housing area. Being it is the forward drainhole I'm thinking engine oil. Could be transmission fluid also. Keeps the leaking oil from filling up and soaking the clutch.



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Ultradog MN

08-01-2020 16:33:34




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 Re: What is this??? 002 in reply to 8n13325, 08-01-2020 15:07:56  
Your photos do not show.



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