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I was thinking of splitting the topic up into 2 threads to stop it getting swomped by questions?  what do we all think? yes or no?  The original thread with just the Failures, costs and work as an info thread and a new thread with all the info and peoples

Yes. Split it
15 (93.8%)
No. Keep as is.
1 (6.3%)

Total Members Voted: 16

Voting closed: 29 December 2013, 11:58

Author Topic: Split the sticky timing chain thread topic yes or no?  (Read 1132 times)

Offline Snoopy

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Split the sticky timing chain thread topic yes or no?
« on: 22 December 2013, 11:58 »
I was thinking of splitting the timing chain tensioner sticky thread topic up into 2 threads to stop it getting swomped by questions?

What do we all think?
yes or no? 

The original thread with just the Failures, costs and work as an reference thread

Plus a new thread with all the info and peoples questions?
« Last Edit: 22 December 2013, 12:00 by Snoopy »
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Re: Split the sticky timing chain thread topic yes or no?
« Reply #1 on: 22 December 2013, 22:34 »
I say split it - 2 stickys, 1 with detailed info and the other as discussion / questions...

that said, what you've already posted in the sticky snoopy is as much info as anyone is gonna need. big thanks for that

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Re: Split the sticky timing chain thread topic yes or no?
« Reply #2 on: 25 December 2013, 23:58 »
Split it with sticks  :smiley:
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