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Video Hosting Service #797615 02/05/20 6:27 pm
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Ifn I wanted to fire YouTube, who would you recommend I send my video’s to?

Vimeo? Pros cons?

Would I still be able to link videos here from a different service?

Thanks in advance.


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Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797625 02/05/20 7:24 pm
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I have used both Youtube and Vimeo. No probs with Vimeo.

Same clip from Belgium International 2007 Dinner Dance night

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5nMbbyAM3Y

Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/manage/149766664/general

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Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797650 02/06/20 12:08 am
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Vimeo has less rules and better capabilities quality wise


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Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: BeezaBryan] #797656 02/06/20 2:13 am
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Originally Posted by BeezaBryan
I have used both Youtube and Vimeo. No probs with Vimeo.

Same clip from Belgium International 2007 Dinner Dance night

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5nMbbyAM3Y

Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/manage/149766664/general

2c for what it's worth

It maybe just me "But" ; The youtube video was just a simply one click and play thumbsup
But I can't view your video on Vimeo without going through the whole signing up process linked via google & facebook . thumbsdown
so purely based on the easy viewing status youtube gets my vote 2c

Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797660 02/06/20 3:37 am
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+1 with Bodie

Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797663 02/06/20 4:32 am
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Thanks for the reply’s. I’ll know in the next day or two...


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Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797670 02/06/20 7:04 am
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Bodie & Tridentman, thank you.
I think maybe it was me not using the links correctly.
Try this and see if it works for you.
https://vimeo.com/149766664

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Re: Video Hosting Service [Re: Semper Gumby] #797682 02/06/20 1:13 pm
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Yeah that link works good now Bryan , Just click and view beerchug

The picture qualities between youtube & vimeo looked pretty much identical ,
i couldn't pick any difference

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+1 with Bodie---again!

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Originally Posted by wadeschields

Yup it works perfectly .. Thanks that's a really good action video ,
I even checked out a couple of your other videos of BSA's .. BSA's rule thumbsup

Originally Posted by Tridentman
+1 with Bodie---again!

No worries there Tridentman wink I know you'll agree grin BSA's rule thumbsup

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Actually, Bodie, I used to be a BSA guy.
I learnt to ride on a Bantam then had several A7 twins and then several A10 sidecar outfits.
Then I got involved in developing the oil cooler for the Tridents and----saw the light!
Now I am mainly a Triumph guy but also have some BSAs.
Twice as many Triumphs as BSAs---I guess that is because they are twice as good!

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Originally Posted by Bodie
Originally Posted by wadeschields

Yup it works perfectly .. Thanks that's a really good action video ,
I even checked out a couple of your other videos of BSA's .. BSA's rule thumbsup



Thanks Bodie
I didnt shoot any video at this years rally . It takes so much time to edit ... But now I wish I had... Oh well I have thousand of pictures.

Im definitely a BSA guy but I like them all.... Love my triumphs and I want a Norton and I want an AJS and pretty much I want them all.... So many BSA to rescue too .... I should go buy another lottery ticket I guess


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Originally Posted by Tridentman
Actually, Bodie, I used to be a BSA guy.
I learnt to ride on a Bantam then had several A7 twins and then several A10 sidecar outfits.
Then I got involved in developing the oil cooler for the Tridents and----saw the light!
Now I am mainly a Triumph guy but also have some BSAs.
Twice as many Triumphs as BSAs---I guess that is because they are twice as good!

Similar story here ; Had a few A7's & A10's back in the old country -- Then i got bitten by the
BSA triples bug down here in Oz , I'd like to own a Trident but with 3 A75's sharing the same
space i fear the Trumpy might be constantly getting beaten up on wink

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Yes-- I get similar complaints from the BSAs in my garage!
What years are your A75S/---and are they stock or big bore etc?

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There's a 69 Mk1 and the other two are both 71's , No big bores as of yet ? so they're all still 750's ,
The one with the US export tank is in the process of a total rebuild at the moment & just had a crank regrind ,
I wouldn't really describe them as being 'stock' but more loosely as "Stockish"? . The biggest change from stock
is the frame on the Mk1, It's been Nickel plated at some time in the past by a previous owner, It might look a little
to shiny for some folk but I reckon it looks really cool ,
…. Have got any pictures or videos of your BSA's and Triumphs ?
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Well seeing as this post was originally started to compare different video Hosting services
"It'd be rude not to wouldn't it !" wink grin

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No Worries.

Lovely Rocket 3's. Always good. The 71 is supar cool. 5 speed?


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No they've all got the original 4 speed boxes, To be honest I actually prefer the 4 over the 5 speed ,

The only upgrade that I really reckon is a 'must do' is swap out the early blade type primary chain tensioner and outer primary cover for the later and in my opinion the much stronger shoe type tensioner as was similarly fitted to the BSA A65's, I've had a couple of the early blade types disintegrate on me >> one took out the chain - all 3 of the oil pump gears plus the clutch sprocket ... it wasn't a very pretty sight i can tell you sick .

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Hi Bodie----here are a few of mine:
a) 1969 Trident --rebuilt as original 69 model---as purchased it had been "updated" to look like a 71.
b) 1972 Trident T150V. Purchased by me from Meriden Development Department in January 1973. Tank and side covers changed to 74 items in 76. Motor built by Jack Shemans and originally sent to Germany for road tesing by German motorcycle Magazine "Das Motorrad".
c) 1960 BSA Shooting Star. Just like I had in England when 18 years old. I found this one in England and flew there to make the deal.
d) 1975 Trident T160. Bought from Massachussets with headlight electrics burnt up and front brake hydraulics seized up. Now back on the road.
e) 1972 Trident 4 speed. Bought from Michigan. In very original condition.

Just a few examples.
I also have a 1969 BSA Rocket Three basket case but cant find the photo of that at the moment.

Hope these photos enable you to convert to the true faith---Triumph of course!

Attached Files 1969 Triumph Trident--June 2019.jpg1972 Trident--15th May 2018.jpgBSA A7 Shooting Star--March 2010.JPGTriumph Trident T160 ex MA--10th April 2017.JPG1972 Triumph Trident T150--24th March 2016.jpg
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That BSA sure is nice Tridentman wink


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Originally Posted by wadeschields
That BSA sure is nice Tridentman wink

+1 with wadeschields grin


I like all of them beerchug … The 72 Trident motor built by Jack Shemans lead me to an interesting article written by Phil Pick http://www.triples.co.uk/articles/articles/jshe.htm No doubt you've obviously seen the page before ,
Do you know what changes if any Jack made to your 72 motor ? ,
To be honest back in the early 70's to me triples always seamed a little scarce out on the roads of Essex , A mate of mine had a 69 R3 and that was about as close as I ever got to touching a triple , It was all about A10's & super rockets for me back then - Though I did bolt a turbo onto a TriBsa once just for kicks .


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