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Just wondering where to find QuadCrazy site Rules? Ive been looking and also tried to search with no success.

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Are you referring to forum rules or site wide rules? We don't really have any site wide rules except that we don't allow spam and keep it family friendly. We do have a Learning Center Forum, where we have threads about certain How-Tos. We also have some stickies here and there along with guidelines in the manufacturer specific forums. :biggrin:

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Are you referring to forum rules or site wide rules? We don't really have any site wide rules except that we don't allow spam and keep it family friendly. We do have a Learning Center Forum, where we have threads about certain How-Tos. We also have some stickies here and there along with guidelines in the manufacturer specific forums. :biggrin:

Hope that helps.

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I was referring to forum rules, ok just want to make sure I didnt over look any. :biggrin:

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I was referring to forum rules, ok just want to make sure I didnt over look any. :biggrin:

If you get out of line here there will be a knock on your door and 2 big dudes in suits will :leright::laugh:

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