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Old 12-12-2004, 07:07 PM   #1
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Would anyone like to become a moderator for the Tutorials and How-to's section and go through and clean it up.

It would be nice if everything was a good nice clear explanation on how to do common things.
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Would anyone like to become a moderator for the Tutorials and How-to's section and go through and clean it up.

It would be nice if everything was a good nice clear explanation on how to do common things.
Steve...I'd be happy to assist; I'm not sure that just one person can do it (there's sure a lot there) but I'll certainly take the ball and start to run with it. Since my expertise (for those that think it exists ) is in 'systems' (electical, plumbing, etc) and not engines, trannies and such I'd start with those areas first and perhaps someone else will tackle the mechanical areas.

Clementw...did you spot a specific section that you'd like to see done first? (As an example of what's really bad right now?)
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