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Old 21-07-2021, 22:55   #31
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It is interesting how a non car related topic musters so many replies but anything Terrano related these days just sees to pass by
That is because this forum is dying, I have been trying to keep things going with digger roller stuff etc as well as a couple of others but face reality it is dying fast, Rick
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Old 22-07-2021, 08:14   #32
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No worries Rick, thank you for clarifying.

Unfortunately I have to agree with you that the forum is dying. As I have said before it seems to have missed in really capturing the Navara crowd. The Nissan 4x4 is becoming extinct so you automatically have less members. It seems that Navara owners donít do body lifts, winches etc. And a standard oil change is also not very interesting for the forum.

In addition the amount of younger people that like getting their hands dirty is also dwindling. I know I am tarring everybody with the same brush here but these days very few people change a tyre on their car, they rather call the AA.

I like seeing what other people get up too, like Rick and the work he does on the lathe. Occasionally I search the internet in search of engineering threads but they are hard to find.
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