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#1 Az.Nick

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Posted 15 March 2010 - 04:40 PM

Hey guys I reposted the web resource list we put together for the new Drott 150 owner and his clutch question. I got to thinking about our past conversations on how we could put this on the main RP community page/archives for easy access. I was able to edit my posting on the archives page and add the web recource topic/link into the first posting in the archives. Hopfully this well help with the frequently asked ?'s and benifical to all members. If you find new resources PM me (the site and what the info is for) and I can update from time to time. Posted Image

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I'm adding the link to the Archives page below to make it easier to access and also added in a (date line) above the topic, so we know when it was last updated. This is the "most current resource list" anything posted after this is repetitive. Again, if you find new links PM me and I can update.


http://www.redpowerm...showtopic=30965

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 08:12 AM

Thanks Nick , now if'n we could call people's attention to it . Could it be pinned at top of this page ? If pinned can it be edited / added to ? Thanks again .

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 09:09 AM

Thanks Nick , now if'n we could call people's attention to it . Could it be pinned at top of this page ? If pinned can it be edited / added to ? Thanks again .



Yes, anyone can call attention or add a reply to this posting at any time, but you can't edit someone else's post. So with that being said the list would need to be copied and reposted with a reply each time someone adds their new info. This would turn the posting into mulit page topic real quick. This is what we were discussing awhile back, on how we could have one list that everone could access/update. CC I'm not sure if'n it can be pinned and might be the job of a moderator,which we haven't had much assistance with in the past.

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 09:51 AM

How bout a quick pinned ( maybe pinned is the wrong term , will look ) post say'n there is a list in the archives page ? Just thinking about directing a search . I do usually search a subject but sometimes finding the correct words or phrase is tough . Was also thinking of space and posts eventualy get deleted . Just thought subject was important enough to explore . Some of the combind knowledge on here is priceless and I for one don't want to loose it . Already miss some of the members that don't post anymore in the short time I've been here . :( Haven't heard anything from Russell , Restoman and a few others in a while ) .

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Posted 16 March 2010 - 02:49 PM

How bout a quick pinned ( maybe pinned is the wrong term , will look ) post say'n there is a list in the archives page ? Just thinking about directing a search . I do usually search a subject but sometimes finding the correct words or phrase is tough . Was also thinking of space and posts eventualy get deleted . Just thought subject was important enough to explore . Some of the combind knowledge on here is priceless and I for one don't want to loose it . Already miss some of the members that don't post anymore in the short time I've been here . :( Haven't heard anything from Russell , Restoman and a few others in a while ) .


I'm up for whatever works best. I don't know too much about all the computer stuff. If anyone else has any thoughts, bring them on. As for not hearing from others, it happens from time to time (we get busy) they will be back soon. :unsure:
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Posted 16 March 2010 - 07:38 PM

Hi IH fans I'm still here, just been real busy & away from this thing. I check in now & then. R59
From the Okanagan valley in beautiful British Columbia, maybe THE place with the highest concentration of IH crawlers and according to IH, when they were going strong, some of the toughest conditions for logging equipment, they sent a lot of machines to southern BC to R&D!! IH/Dresser Mechanic since 1987, a few before that too, TD25's are great, TD20E's sound awesome!! Worked on TD5's to TD25G's. TD15C number 501, the very first one is still working near here. I have a Hough model 12 track loader S/N PL12-647 and a TD15-151, S/N 4864.

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 08:30 AM

Hi IH fans I'm still here, just been real busy & away from this thing. I check in now & then. R59



Good to hear.....talk to you soon.

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 08:32 AM

AzN if you could inject that info into that sticky you managed to pull off.......that would be great.........it doesn't look like we'll ever get it any other way.........
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Posted 17 March 2010 - 08:36 AM

AzN if you could inject that info into that sticky you managed to pull off.......that would be great.........it doesn't look like we'll ever get it any other way.........



Can you check and see if you can access it in the archives, i can. Also, are you talking about posting the list of resources in place of the link?

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 03:32 PM

Good luck with our non-existent moderator!! I wonder if they could anoint one of use to post stickies for useful info? Maybe someone could talk to Sally about it?
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