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How to post or create a new tread?

Discussion in 'Site Comments & Feedback' started by MrMike48, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. MrMike48

    MrMike48 TYF Newbie

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    I've been a member for awhile and have created a few posts in the past - however I can not seem to find a link to create a new post or thread. Where the heck is it? :)

    Thanks,
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    wjburken Supporting Member

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    Looks like you must have found it if you were able to create this thread/post.
     
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    PNW VietVet Supporting Member

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    When you decide which forum you want to post in, usually depending on the vehicle you own, you go to that section and look for the start a thread spot and there you are.


    We recommend that you put all your rig(s) info in your signature so we all don’t have to guess at year, make, model, engine size, trans, rear axle locker…….etc. While you may have posted pertinent info in your first post, you may forget to do it again and the info is needed by us anyway. Makes it way easier on all members that attempt to help, to have that info right up front. It is also recommended that you take a pic of your RPO codes, on the inside cover of the glove box, and post that image in your signature. All this info will greatly help those that will try to help with a problem.


    If there is any other info, like upgrades, mods or recent mechanical/maintenance work done, that would be helpful in any post as well. Too many times a question is asked by the poster and after about 10 responses we find out that the poster has done recent work to attempt to fix the problem or work that was done that SEEMS not related to the problem.
     
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    MrMike48 TYF Newbie

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    Thanks for your reply but I'm still a little confused. When I open the Tahoe Yukon I don't see any "start a thread" spot.
     
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    Are you performing this on a phone, tablet, or PC. Sometimes on a phone, the entire Forum screen is not visible, unless you rotate your phone sideways. Just a thought.....
     
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    MrMike48 TYF Newbie

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    This is what I see when I open the site
     
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    Then you would go down the forums list and pick the section you want to create a post for and then when you open that section, there will be a sign saying "Post New Thread", at the upper right area. You click on that and then start creating the new post to that thread. You create the title for the thread and then create the body of the question or answer of that thread.
     
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