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Times are Tough out there right now and we had to lay your mothers off....We would Really appreciate it if....

When starting a Thread in any forum ask yourself if you are in the Right Forum to begin with.

After getting to the proper forum please title your threads in a way that we know right off the bat what it is about...

For example..

Help no Spark....should really be titled....1986 Suzuki Quadzilla 500 No Spark

Need Shocks...should resally be...Need Shocks for a 2002 Kawasaki Bayou

My Pictures....could really be....My Las Vegas Dunes Pictures

This way, at a glance your Moderators know what the Content is before they go in and find it then Re Title it...

Try to be more specific when deciding on a thread title and think about if sooeone reading it, would know what the actual topic of the thread is.

Also, any help thread, should be place into the Manufacturer Forums.

Thank you...

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Thank you for posting this info for our members, MWKE. Thread Sticky'd!

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this is a problem on alot of sites ... its funny to look through and see some things people post ... i have done it a time or 2 and try to think first b4 i post

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I try to do my best, but between all the concussions and the ADD don't get to pissed if I screw one up.

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I'm probably the worst at properly titling anything. Will do my best to do it right.

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Actually I thought this post was about nut or bolt threads, so I am really messed up.

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This also makes it alot easier to see if a topic has already been addressed on the forums.

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Agreed. Nice to be able to scan threads and see those of interest or ones I might be able to chime in on to help.

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