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grumpyvette

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I was asked where to get a CHEAP degree wheel
heres one you can print out and save for engine builds on the engine stand
(put curser on an click)
I don,t know how to explain how to get the picture printed, but my younger son (32 years old) printed it and had it laminated for me, I made several copies on hard plastic sheet

http://savetheledges.org/test/AVS/images/tech/CrankDegreeWheel.png

try, right click , hit "save as," then saved it to my desktop. Opening it with Windows Picture and Fax viewer will let you print it centered on a single piece of paper.

http://www.cranecams.com/pdf/803.pdf
 

grumpyvette

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exact step by step instructions for computer illiterates to produce a printed 18" full size color copy at someplace like KINKOS from the picture on the computer

figgure your dealing with a guy who bought a computer about three days ago.......


Look IF this was tuning or building an engine IM up to speed, my computer skills in some areas are far less than IDEAL, but as far as getting a picture on a site changed into a poster size degree wheel I can laminate when I need more copies, IM IN THE DARK

http://www.fedex.com/us/officeprint/main/

I know it can be done my kids know how...BUT I DON,T
 
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As you already have it saved on your desktop - you can right click on it and select "send to floppy" (If you have a floppy disc handy - slides into a slot on the computer - some computers dont have a floppy drives anymore)

Or you can just go to a local Kinkos, they should have a computer with internet access and log onto this site , and go back to your link posted above and they should be able to just copy the file and print it.
 

Evolution1980

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Well!...*Inhaling, taking a big, full torso stretch*...It looks like my work here is done... *exhaling*
:cool :L
 

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