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 Post subject: New section: Brakes
PostPosted: November 13, 2007, 11:01 pm 
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It doesn't seem there's a good place for questions about brakes. Searches along that theme turn up a lot in, "Building from scratch," but that's a bit of a catch-all. I think a lot of redundant posts could be eliminated with a thread like that with a few good stickies like "master cylinder size" and "hydraulics math".

And if that sounds good, why not group all the "Subystems" threads (suspension, brakes, electrical, body, exhuast...) under a large grouping, kind of like the "Off Topic" and "Build of the Month" groups.

Just a thought,
-dave "data anal" hempy

ps. Can you guess I'm searching for brake data? ;-)


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Nice suggestion. Done. :)

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PostPosted: November 27, 2007, 2:54 pm 
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I think that there's no need for a completely seperated section for brakes only, I'd expend the suspension section to "Suspension, brakes, wheels and tires" if it was up to me.
Most of the conversations about these subjects are related anyway, and like it was said before, a small forum like this one doesn't have as much traffic to justify a lot of sub-forums.

Just my humble opinion,

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