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  • WHY NO BUILD THREAD????? CONTINUED!!!!!!

    Well, since you decided to close the last thread (and im sure everyone was NOT finished with) I figured I would start a new one.

    So I still don't get why you can't add it?

    You OBVIOUSLY know how to close a thread. But, you can't make a new section? Why not just give it a try? If it doesn't work out then close it? Is that too much to ask? Or why not have a pole? Let us the members vote and decide. But no you choose to close the old thread on this topic due to "we the admins don't want a "build up thread" ". Well, quite frankly it shouldn't be up to you. It should be up to the members. . . Your job as an admin is to monitor the site for harmful/out of line things and to keep it in order. Allowing your own opinion to get in the way of what the members want is what i have a problem with. Go ahead and close this thread like the last one. Im sure you will.

    Kyle
    -1994 Chevy Street legal 2.5ton rockwells 17" lift
    -2000 Ford F350 10.5" of lift 38"
    -Full tube frame on hybrid axles (Body unknown)

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    88 Waggy
    Resting in peace... Um... In piece... Er... IN PIECES

    Current Status: Under construction. Phase 2.

    86 Pathfinder Conversions "K-Van"

    Current Status: Broke

    Volkswagen rail buggy

    Current status: Broke

    95 Jeep ZJ V8

    Current status: DDing

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    • #3
      Really? You have 14 posts and your saying this? If they don't wanna do it they don't wanna do it.
      Last edited by jMedia; 12-01-2009, 10:45 PM.
      Joshua
      1988 Grand Wagoneer "Elwood"(thanks krek)
      Constantly changing, never done

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      • #4
        Originally posted by duncanstives
        yeah me too!
        1982 Wagoneer, NP208, D44 Front, AMC 20 Rear, AMC 401, TF727, 4" suspension lift, 35X12.5 BFG MTs

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jMedia
          Really? You have xx posts and your saying this? If they don't wanna do it they don't wanna do it.
          Why does the amount of post i have matter? That has no bearing on this topic??
          -1994 Chevy Street legal 2.5ton rockwells 17" lift
          -2000 Ford F350 10.5" of lift 38"
          -Full tube frame on hybrid axles (Body unknown)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BlackrockMotorSports
            Why does the amount of post i have matter? That has no bearing on this topic??
            because your obviously new here telling admins how they should run the forum.
            Joshua
            1988 Grand Wagoneer "Elwood"(thanks krek)
            Constantly changing, never done

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            • #7
              do eye see this right?
              is that avatar a ch*vy?

              Flint
              Ran when parked.
              http://jubileejeeps.org/quadratrac
              88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
              76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20
              http://eviltwinfab.com http://www.ttsfabworks.com

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fulsizjeep
                do eye see this right?
                is that avatar a ch*vy?
                Wait don't you have a th400 in your jeep? Look on your tranny pan tell me what it says . . . . ."GM PRODUCT"

                The only thing "Chevy" on my truck is the cab, motor and tranny.
                -1994 Chevy Street legal 2.5ton rockwells 17" lift
                -2000 Ford F350 10.5" of lift 38"
                -Full tube frame on hybrid axles (Body unknown)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jMedia
                  because your obviously new here telling admins how they should run the forum.
                  Ever think the admins have never been on other forums before? Sometimes outsourcing ideas works . . . .
                  Last edited by BlackrockMotorSports; 12-01-2009, 11:09 PM.
                  -1994 Chevy Street legal 2.5ton rockwells 17" lift
                  -2000 Ford F350 10.5" of lift 38"
                  -Full tube frame on hybrid axles (Body unknown)

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                  • #10
                    then I don't get it man... you got no dadgum Jeep and you wanna change this FSJ forum? c'mon man...
                    Flint
                    Ran when parked.
                    http://jubileejeeps.org/quadratrac
                    88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
                    76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20
                    http://eviltwinfab.com http://www.ttsfabworks.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by fulsizjeep
                      then I don't get it man... you got no dadgum Jeep and you wanna change this FSJ forum? c'mon man...
                      No but IM assisting a friend in rebuilding one. Plus, I like to see what guys come up with and give them props on their hard work. These fullsizes are the only jeep products i like.
                      -1994 Chevy Street legal 2.5ton rockwells 17" lift
                      -2000 Ford F350 10.5" of lift 38"
                      -Full tube frame on hybrid axles (Body unknown)

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                      • #12
                        everyone has a tune they groove to I guess...
                        you got some progress pix for us to drool on?
                        good luck
                        Flint
                        Ran when parked.
                        http://jubileejeeps.org/quadratrac
                        88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
                        76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20
                        http://eviltwinfab.com http://www.ttsfabworks.com

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                        • #13
                          Regards,
                          Artisan
                          1979 Jeep J-10 (Soon to be J-30)

                          UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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                          • #14
                            The guy has a point even though he is about as suttle as a sledgehammer. The board is for and about all the members, not just the members who run the board. If members feel this is something they want, it should be addressed better than just closing up a post and saying no.

                            This is coming from someone who has been here for here nearly 3 years and contributes regularly to technical conversations.

                            This is my opinion, ignore it if you don't like it.
                            Last edited by YellowJeep; 12-02-2009, 12:21 AM.
                            Chad-
                            88 Wrangler - TBI350 SM465 Ford 8.8
                            79 Cherokee Golden Eagle - AKA "The Screamin Eagle" 5.3 Runs and Drives. TH400 and Q-Trac!
                            77 Pontiac CanAm - 6.0LSx/4l80e swap
                            2010 - Ford Flex Limited AKA the wifes wagon
                            Carbs suck!

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                            • #15
                              The board is actually RUN by members. I would be very surprised if they didn't discuss the issue at length before closing the other thread.

                              The comment on the admins being members of other forums is extremely valid...they try to keep this board as neat and efficient as possible so everyone can search and find things easily. They don't do that by not paying attention. They keep an eye on what works and what doesn't, both here and elsewhere. I've seen a lot of boards with a LOT of stagnant sections. If it doesn't get used there's no point in taking up that space.

                              I'm not judging whether or not a build forum could be good or bad, I've no preference here. I agree with what Tad said in the other thread that build threads tend to die off. It'd be great if they could all be archived with pics and all forever, but it just doesn't happen that way.

                              The admins made their decision...if you have issue with that I very much suggest you PM on of them, I'm sure they would be happy to discuss it with you. Trying to hold a protest in a post is a bad way to go about this.


                              aa
                              1983 J-10 - 4.6L(MPFI)/CS130D/Hydroboost/NV3550/D300/44/44/3.54/Disc-Disc/32s/42 gallon 'burb tank

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