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We need something new in this area of the forum, been 15 years now roughly since anything has been posted. 
I'm putting this here just to put something...  Smile
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(01-04-2020, 05:42 PM)my8950 Wrote:  We need something new in this ("Brake")  area of the forum, (it's)  been roughly 15 years now since anything has been posted. 

There have been dozens - if not hundreds - of threads about brakes in the past 15-ish years, Noah. BUT, with the implementation of the new bulletin-board software, those topics didn't get automatically moved from General Tech  into this new Brakes/Wheels/Tires  category. And, AFAIK, doing so would be a long/tedious one-at-a-time process that neither Paul nor Andrew probably have the time or patience to do. Sooooo.........don't hold your breath for it to happen anytime soon (or ever), lol.

In the meantime.....if you're interested in finding any of those "mis-categorized" former brake threads, I suggest implementing the "search" feature, using the criteria(s), "brake", "brakes", etc.......and narrowing the search to "threads" ~ just a thought. As for any new threads about brakes, they should be posted in this new category....otherwise, one of the admins or mods will probably move it here. [Image: confused0024.gif]
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(06-23-2020, 01:25 AM)songshun Wrote:  emmmm
I am a new guy, I do not know what is that mean. LOL,,


     New software for the site that doesn’t allow easy conversion from the old software......means that a lot of the old posts are not plugging in........more or less.
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