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My Garage Feature!


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Today we added another NEW feature here at QUADCRAZY.

My Garage BETA

Add your ATVs to your Garage.

Add up to 10 ATVs.

Add photos, specs, and modifications.

Once you add one ATV, your garage will open on your profile page.

Others can view your ATVs and photos from your page.

Members can comment on your ATVs, mods, etc.

You can access the "My Garage" setting under the SETTINGS section in your Account area or here: Account Settings » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

This is in BETA mode, which means testing. If you have any issues, errors, or suggestions, please post in this thread.

Below are some screenshots from testing. Here is my profile page for testing: admin’s Profile » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

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Your feedback is appreciated! :yes:

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Today we added another NEW feature here at QUADCRAZY.

My Garage BETA

Add your ATVs to your Garage.

Add up to 10 ATVs.

Add photos, specs, and modifications.

Once you add one ATV, your garage will open on your profile page.

Others can view your ATVs and photos from your page.

Members can comment on your ATVs, mods, etc.

You can access the "My Garage" setting under the SETTINGS section in your Account area or here: Account Settings » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

This is in BETA mode, which means testing. If you have any issues, errors, or suggestions, please post in this thread.

Below are some screenshots from testing. Here is my profile page for testing: admin’s Profile » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

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Your feedback is appreciated! :yes:

wowzas thats cool:yes:

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wowzas thats cool:yes:

Yeah this is cool. Now we can profile atvs. SunLrider, I see yours and noticed you customized your profile like me...but some of the text in the Garage is not coming up. I played around with it. Looks like the text sections in the profile use "Main Item Text".

Just in case you were wondering. Here's mine: Ajmboy’s Profile » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

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