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Old 09-30-2006
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?? about where a thread belongs

Well I'm scratching my head...

It's no super important but I want the thread in the right place so other people can find it when they have a similar question.

Anyway, where do tech question threads about braking belong? I went to start one and realized I'm not sure. So I did a search and they are all over the place.

they're in Gen. Tech & Elec.
General Ranger
Suspension tech
Drivetrain Tech
Wheels & Tires

I don't know if the questions come often enough to give them their own section, but just wondering what you guys thought
Old 09-30-2006
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i would say wheels and tires.....since they are more related to them than any other options.....maybe you should pm christian and see if he would start up a brake section....
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IMO i would think draking would be in drivetrain.......JMO
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honistly suspension being its part of the suspension..or General is fine...wheels and tires are more for WHEELS AND TIRES...last time i checked brakes were neather of those...
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I have had all these arguements internally lol.

It's really effects how the wheels and tires work, but it's not wheels or tires.
Drivetrain seems to be about stop and go, but has more to do with turning the wheels.
Brakes are connected to your suspension, but don't really effect ride quality. flex, or clearence....

arghhhhh lol

X-man has been really busy lately taking some time for himself, doin the fishing thing, and starting a new section would most likely require going through a bunch of old threads and moving themto the new section....tedious and I doubt anyone wants to sift through all the sections.

if we can't all agree on something maybe I'll PM all the admins and see if anyone has the time. lol if I get bored enough at work maybe I'll start collecting links to all the threads to make it easier on them.

edit: guess that is what the search button is for
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I would say either General of Drivetrain for the same reasons as listed above.
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I'd say drivetrain. I think that's where jusnes puts the braking things on their website...

If I had a question about brakes I'd go to drivetrain.
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