1998 Sea Pro 180 CC SOLD

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2020/07/27 09:52:52 (permalink)

1998 Sea Pro 180 CC SOLD

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Pork, BTDT: thanks for the help! I might have another boat for sale soon so I may have to give the picture posting another go. I tried to DM pics to Pork one at a time but they wouldn't upload into the message either. Maybe next time.
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    Porktown
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    Re: 1998 Sea Pro 180 CC 2020/07/27 10:44:39 (permalink)
    Easier to upload photos using your phone.  Using your computer, you have to have them hosted by a separate site.  Using your phone, you can just hit upload.
     
    Goof luck selling.  Sounds like a good boat and good deal.
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    Re: 1998 Sea Pro 180 CC 2020/07/28 11:26:03 (permalink)
    Im trying from my cell phone and it says "uploading" with a slittle spinning wheel (of death) and never finishes uploading the picture. Size and type are good.

    Thanks
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    Re: 1998 Sea Pro 180 CC 2020/07/28 21:42:58 (permalink)
    Try sending them in a PM to me and will see if I can get them on.
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    Re: 1998 Sea Pro 180 CC 2020/07/28 23:20:14 (permalink)
    Are you by chance, trying to upload multiple pictures at the same time? Other wise, pictures still need to be resized.

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