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With the closure of the poll in regards to having other sections for other RTs I will need to make some room but not only that my intention was to tidy things up a bit too as there is some sections that are the same or similar

Me and @Doctor T have been talking and we have decided on one change for sure which is....

Problems and Maintenance will be amalgamated to become "Maintenance, Servicing and Problems"

There is a couple of sections that get little use

Documents, Tools and also tech and performance

We are also open to suggestions
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Could Ride Reports go with navigator routes/tours.
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David. wrote: Fri Feb 10, 2023 9:23 pm Could Ride Reports go with navigator routes/tours.
Thats not a bad shout

I was thinking ride reports and photos and videos together

That way if someone posts a pic we can bug them for more info :lol:
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How about Audio and Electrical go together, they both use wires.
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what about

Ride reports and photos and videos together

GPS and navigator routes/tours

and TFT in with electrical and also audio system
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PS I am just throwing these ideas about and the more ideas are welcome and will be listened to :)
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Could Newbies and Forum Advice and Updates go together.
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Clothing could go with Parts and Accessories.
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David. wrote: Fri Feb 10, 2023 9:37 pm Could Newbies and Forum Advice and Updates go together.
I would rather keep them separate I have them on all the other forums I run and the Forum Advice and Updates can be pretty useful for posting information about the forum and its use without it getting lost and also for members to ask for advice or even make suggestions
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Tips and Tricks with Tech and Performance.
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David. wrote: Fri Feb 10, 2023 9:37 pm Could Newbies and Forum Advice and Updates go together.
Sorry, David am with Stu. I do think these are important sections that should stay as is
Trust me I am a retired Doctor and lecturer at Oxford University of Structural and Mechanical/Electrical engineering.
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For Sale and Wanted go together, just put which in the thread title.
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Could Tools be included in Maintenance, Service and Problems.
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Documentations only has 7 Topics.
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