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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-03-2009, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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why is no one answering questions?

41 people looked at my question i asked two days ago and i got no replies?
thanks for the help anyone know of a better site i can go to?
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Not every "view" is a person. Bots count as views.

Next, if you want help, you need to add specifics. Model, year, type of tranny. Pics help too.

Also, the SEARCH button goes a long way. This site has one of the largest records of Suzuki info.

And again, chill. No one is paid here, and non-paid folks rarely rush.

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Everyone wants to be a watcher, no one wants to log in and contribute. It's okay if you have only questions and no answers - that's how all of us started - but don't whine when no one else can answer your question either. You didn't answer theirs, did you?

That's why the few that ARE active here answering questions just to help a total stranger out, for no personal benefit at all, are what keeps this board (and our off-road nation) going. Thank you to the 2%.

And hey, if it helps, it's summer time. Forum traffic dips about 20% for three months every year because people have lives, they go out and hit the trails. Once they get back from breaking things, they'll be back on here!

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1/2 answer

Don't know about the vents, but if you have a loose stud, they are the lower mounts on motor/trans, they do not have access to any oil or lube, it's coming from engine, and/or trans.

As has been said, we need to know a little bit more information. There are many extremely knowledgeable people here. Many, like myself are normally out wheeling on weekends. I am staying home as I do not like to fight the madness on Holidays.

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Ya most sites see traffic drop off in summer time months, even mine is slower than normal in the summer and we have been online for 5 years now.

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