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Dave S

Brand Specific Threads?????

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We're fortunate to have many people visiting here who have had experience with many different brands and some guys such as MacGyver55 who know some of the in/outs of many brands.

What's everyone's take on having a brand specific forum for each manufacturer where those in the know can post any service and maintenance tips?

I'd be willing to sticky a post for each brand at the top of the ATV page so long as there is absolutely NO BRAND BASHING. The only intent is to provide a specific forum for those who may have questions about a brand they're interested in.

What are your thoughts guys?

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what about sub forums under the ATV forum for each brand, not just threads?? I think that's a great idea.

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Sounds like that would lead to a huge forum for the polaris owners out there. laugh

Sounds like a good idea. grin

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what about sub forums under the ATV forum for each brand, not just threads?? I think that's a great idea.

We'll see what kind of interest we have to begin with and if it works out, sub-forums are my ultimate goal. I'll pass this by Admin.

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I think it is a great idea. I have been kicking around the idea of buying a new wheeler and I think it would help to have the seperate forums.

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