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Hi Names Allen nickname Nasferot2.I'm a god fearing guy an a father I'm an honest person.I just recently got into the DIY side of the quad.I have no background inn motors at all,but i'm an edger learner.I DO UNDERSTAND THERE IS A SEARCH BUTTON but i dont always understand what i'm reading since i am new to all this,but learning.But i got on here cause i liked how everyone comes to gather on here,but recently i've seen some comments on here an i'm like wow i know a person may ask/post a thread a few times he may not no anything like me so instead of making a comment that might make that person feel like chit,PM that person explain to them what there doing wrong we all ant prefect an i'm sorry if this post offended you
 

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That's got to be the worlds longest sentence... Anyway, point taken...
 

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The search button is for wussies :cool:
 

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It's a double edged sword, and I can't recall this ever not being an issue here. On one side, guys that don't know better, ask a lot of the same questions over and over which clutters up the boards, ruins search results, and gets under the skin of some of the regulars, who then tell them to search, which other than teaching the new guy a thing or two, does little else but ruin search results.

There is a section for frequently asked questions, and a lot of sticky topics in various forums, which would probably do you a world of good. Have some patience and spend a few hours reading up on the that stuff. It's all there to try to avoid this issue, and keep certain good discussions or topics easy to find. Eventually, after quite a lot of reading, many of your questions will answer themselves at least to some degree. If you have searched and searched, but still don't have your answer, or have a question that hasn't been addressed, that's when you should start a topic.
 

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It's a double edged sword, and I can't recall this ever not being an issue here. On one side, guys that don't know better, ask a lot of the same questions over and over which clutters up the boards, ruins search results, and gets under the skin of some of the regulars, who then tell them to search, which other than teaching the new guy a thing or two, does little else but ruin search results.

There is a section for frequently asked questions, and a lot of sticky topics in various forums, which would probably do you a world of good. Have some patience and spend a few hours reading up on the that stuff. It's all there to try to avoid this issue, and keep certain good discussions or topics easy to find. Eventually, after quite a lot of reading, many of your questions will answer themselves at least to some degree. If you have searched and searched, but still don't have your answer, or have a question that hasn't been addressed, that's when you should start a topic.
thank you .see you just wrote all that an didnt have one word inn there that made me feel like you were mocking me or downing me thats my main point how ppl are talked to not that you gotta tell them they shouldnt post the same question 4 times but how you say it an once again thanks
 

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I try not to say anything. I usually don't unless someone really gets under my nails. The guy with the new 2012 z that kept posting the same thing instead of posting a compiled thread was getting annoying. But I didn't say anything.
 

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be a shark an eat the whole boat - the end.
 

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New members usually don't search, or take the time to look over any portion of the forum, that's just lazy. There's no need for multiple threads asking the same questions. I usually tell the new member to use the search feature, or provide a set of search results. When the new member develops an attitude b/c they're too lazy to search, that's when things get messy.
 

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I fully understand what everyone is saying i've got kids an its like having kids they ask you the same things over an over.but if they are catching an attitude then i understand were ppl would get mad/upset.I'm not putting names to anything.I love this site.I got to deal with a member already he didnt no me from ADAM but he trusted me enough to send me a few hundred dollars with of stuff inn hopes that i would send him the money,well i did an that made me feel good that there are still ppl like that inn the world js sorry thats how i feel.I like to think i'm a nice guy till someone trys to take my kindness for weekness
 

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Hi guys, my quad doesn't run right. What do I have to do to fix it?





























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did you check your muffler bearings? you may have a loose grip too.. check that first though.
 

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I can't find those parts on mine, I may have removed them on accident to save weight when I took my fan off.
 

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beating up the dead horse i see! hahahah
but really, go to your local store and pick up a ratcheting crowbar. best tool to replace the muffler bearings.
 

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I try not to say anything. I usually don't unless someone really gets under my nails. The guy with the new 2012 z that kept posting the same thing instead of posting a compiled thread was getting annoying. But I didn't say anything.
I did.. pm's were sent. Everybody is entitled to a "stupid" question every now and then. If u log on and every post in the active topics is from the same person talking about the same thing, well "stupid" answers will be given.. everybody gets the same treatment on here. Do a lil search and you'll see why some threads turned out the way they did.
 
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