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Re: Need your input: categories and general development of the site

Post #11 by Arkk » Tue Oct 02, 2018 5:57 am

Hi, I'm more interested in the technical side of the forum, but find when searching for a specific model it can take a while to work through the categories. Can "technical info" be broken down into sub sections when the info is available eg Vehicle Type: Vehicle service info; fault finding; wiring diagrams, etc. Otherwise, just keep it going, thank you.

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Re: Need your input: categories and general development of the site

Post #12 by modelman093 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 11:08 pm

I can see no reason for using Facebook other than to kick the A**e of non responsive suppliers / manufacturers etc.
Proper forums are for me. Straight to new posts. Not a lot wrong with this one.


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Re: Need your input: categories and general development of the site

Post #13 by Jeremy Rowland » Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:43 am

modelman093 wrote:I can see no reason for using Facebook other than to kick the A**e of non responsive suppliers / manufacturers etc.
Proper forums are for me. Straight to new posts. Not a lot wrong with this one.


Same here for me Angus I have never bothered with FB or any of the other similar social media sites I much prefer forums such as this; like you straight to the new posts, I know I need to post more but recently life has been hectic, anyway thanks to all who support this site :thumbup: it is a great help with knowledge for those who appreciate classic plant and machinery. :thumbup:

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