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Question Our 930 section of the P board

I have noticed that on other sections of this great Pelican board that there is a "related forums" section above the thread list. Personally I find these quick links really useful. Do we want that on the 930 board too? Can Nathan add these as our new and engaged moderator?

What do you guys think?

I would vote for these links:
  • 911 used parts classifieds
  • cars for sale
  • 911 Tech
  • paint & body work
  • 911 engine building
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Old 09-16-2008, 06:41 AM
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I have noticed that on other sections of this great Pelican board that there is a "related forums" section above the thread list. Personally I find these quick links really useful. Do we want that on the 930 board too?
What do you guys think?
I don't own a 930 but find lots of great info on this forum for my P car. +1 for an excellent suggestion.
Old 09-16-2008, 06:57 AM
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Sounds like anything to organize the info into sub categories is good.
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Good idea.
I also browse those forums and a shortcut would be handy.

Only today did I find that there were a whole lotta regional forums as well.
You should all broaden your horizons and try the Australia/New Zealand forum where they say you can "Come and chat with your friends down under. Discuss topics like how to remove dingo dung from your radiator?" !!

Can we have this one too?
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That would be awesome. +1.
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...You should all broaden your horizons and try the Australia/New Zealand forum where they say you can "Come and chat with your friends down under. Discuss topics like how to remove dingo dung from your radiator?" !!
LOL - or to the Canada forum to discuss the hazards of Beavers and driving...we digress


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I don't own a 930 but find lots of great info on this forum for my P car. +1 for an excellent suggestion.
We don't mind your hanging out here though ;-)

+1 Good Idea
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I don't have the power to do this and wouldn't without the OK from Wayne anyway.

I'll send Wayne a PM now with a link to this thread.
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There's an odd bug in the forums software that is not letting me make a new template, so I have temporarily just put up the quick links from the 911 forum...

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Those are GREAT! thanks Wayne
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That was quick! Thanks Wayne.
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