Activity certainly has picked up the past few weeks. That’s great. You all must have heated garages and are settling in for a long winter’s work!
And it leads me to a quick suggestion from one who often has to search through the forums.
When you are posting, let’s try to use subject lines that are specific to the topic in the posting.
Ed (Zrocks)…I’m not picking on you…just using your recent posting as an example. Hope you don’t mind.
Ed asked some questions which resulted in a neat discussion about tire sizes and air pressures, given our kits are much lighter than a stock VW Beetle. But the subject on the thread is “Another MG TD Question”
It would really be helpful if the subject had been “Tire Sizes and Air Pressure”
Alogn the same lines…if you have a new topic to ask a question about, it’s much better to start a new thread than to tack your question onto an existing, unrelated subject. You’ll have a better chance of getting your question answered. And others will have a better chance of finding it, now or a year from now.
Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
2005 Intermeccanica Roadster
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