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    Default Ohlins spring chart

    Here is an Ohlins spring chart
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    Hi Marvin,
    You need to have Microsoft Office to open that file, and I'm sure a lot of us don't have it and probably don't want to spend the hundred bucks or so for it. Any chance you could post it using the regular software?
    Thanks, Bill

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    I had microsoft office but when my last computer crapped out I refused to buy it again. I downloaded some free substitute but it doesn't do that type of a file. If I knew more about puters I could change it to a PDF but don't know how and not sure I wanna learn. I hate puters!!

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    Default spring chart

    it opened on my laptop ,see if i can attach from the desktop

    nope same download - maybe one of the kids can do to for me
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    PDF any good?
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    Yes, thank you Stafford. Are you old enough to be on this forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wgsvintage View Post
    Yes, thank you Stafford. Are you old enough to be on this forum?
    Bill
    Christ he's almost as old as me Bill...and I'm 57 now.
    If Stafford claims to be younger? I have to state that he looks nearly as old as me.
    But then again Steve B/duc904red looks even older than me and I've got 10 years on him...

    Steve R

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    He seems to know his way around computers. Isn't that a sure sign of youth? It is for me anyway, I'm staring at friggin' 71 in three weeks.

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    I'm younger and better looking than the pair of you.
    celeresracing.blogspot looking-back-at-2016-classic-tt
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    that's not saying much...

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