Site Rules Search Before Starting A New Thread

Discussion in 'Announcements & Feedback' started by Pete95Sierra, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    In an attempt to keep repetitive thread topics to a minimum, please use the search functions before posting.

    It seems that every day we have new threads popping up about the "best suspension lift out there," "tire size question," and "what are the best shocks for my GM truck." Chances are, somebody has asked what you are wondering and there are already a couple threads about it.

    If you cannot find what you are looking for, than by all means ask away. This site has a huge amount of threads in its archives that are easily accessible by searching. That is what this site is here for. :great: This will also help the moderators by avoiding clutter on the site.


  2. Gambit

    Gambit Rockstar 100 Posts

    yup. Ive given up on answering the same questions over and over again. Maybe i should just make a list of standard responses and when i see the same questions popping up i will just copy and paste the answer.
  3. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    Yup, some stuff is getting real old, I hope this helps!
  4. ejohnson03

    ejohnson03 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Hey, what size tire will fit my.....:gasp:

  5. Gambit

    Gambit Rockstar 100 Posts

    And hey look there is another post already asking about fitting 33" tires.

    TYMBOM Former Member

    But what's the best CAI????? :lol:
  7. mrgentley

    mrgentley New Member

    I'm a nOOb

    I love the sight. I have been on about a week and can see how this is going to help me. My only new thread was for my intro. I will try to keep any new posts relevant. That said, above my content, I have a 'Notices' section that I want gone, but it says I need to post 3 messasges. I have posted more than 3 messages, but it is still there. Do they want me to start new threads? How can I get rid of it?

    I just got a '99 Suburban 4X4 to have fun with. There is a load of information and ideas for me to search through. Thanks to all who helped add to it. I'll keep my truck on the road for years.
  8. mrgentley

    mrgentley New Member

    I guess my last post was the one that flipped the switch. Nevermind
  9. Custom Paint N Body

    Custom Paint N Body New Member

    Thanks to this post. Now I know what is the right thing to do when I create my own threads.
    RayVoy likes this.

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