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    I know how to take digital photos, and know how to send them to an email address, but as soon as the darn " hosting" or "photobucket" thing shows up......game over. I tried it a couple of times.

    It wasn't pretty.

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    You don't need to host pictures here. At the bottom of your new post(or if you are replying to a post and want to add pictures select "go advanced") select "manage attachments", then click on "add files" then click "browse" that will allow you to select the location on your computer where you have your pictures stored. Highlight the picture you want then click "open", now your picture file will be in the browse box, click "upload" and your picture will show up at the bottom. Keep doing this for all the pictures you want in your post. Once you have your pictures click "done" at the bottom. Now when you select "post" your pictures will be in your post. Easy as pie.
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    Any one willing to take a picture of what they have for the transition between the back wall of the passenger compartment and where the engine compartment cover rests when closed.

    IMG_20150919_184456.jpgIMG_20150919_184527.jpg

    With the arctic top on, there is a gap along where the two pieces meet. Giving me noise and engine smells into the cockpit.
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    Hey MORE PICS!


    and a ride...

    Get the dukw going so you cna race yourself with your amphibs!
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    After I get back from more eye surgery. Now they are going to remove the cataract in the good eye, the left. The retina in the right is usable enough to get around with. Not enough to drive with it alone. But enough to lower the risk of total blindness if things go south on the left eye's operation.
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    Wow...They are really tearing into you. I can drive. Set up date
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    Quote Originally Posted by quarkz View Post
    Any one willing to take a picture of what they have for the transition between the back wall of the passenger compartment and where the engine compartment cover rests when closed.


    With the arctic top on, there is a gap along where the two pieces meet. Giving me noise and engine smells into the cockpit.
    I can't say regarding the Arctic top, but on the soft top version there is a piece that bolts along the top of the cab sections (over the tranny tunnel) and the engine cover rests on it (angle shape). I have mine apart at the moment so can't really take a pic.

    PM AMGeneral. He just put a new Arctic top on his and might be able to give you a better idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quarkz View Post
    Any one willing to take a picture of what they have for the transition between the back wall of the passenger compartment and where the engine compartment cover rests when closed.

    IMG_20150919_184456.jpgIMG_20150919_184527.jpg

    With the arctic top on, there is a gap along where the two pieces meet. Giving me noise and engine smells into the cockpit.
    I'll get a picture of mine this afternoon,but I am fairly sure it is exactly like yours.

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    Pics!

    My back section of the hardtop has a "lip" that dips down behind the transmission/t-case tunnel that seals this area up.
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    That engine looks really nice, I have engine envy.
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