In the last 6 months there was a post by someone in Europe starting to make a model of the T snowmobile, I've lost contact with him, can anyone help find this post.
I've tried search with no luck. I'm not real confuser friendly, need I say more.
Here is his thread: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/331880/352614.html?1365286497
Thank You Roger,keep up the great help here on the forum and have a nice day.
Thanks for the detective work Roger!
Bob's question, and the subsequent "find" by Roger points out the importance of accurately titling a new thread. Yes, Dennis really wanted to know an angle and curve, but more importantly (in my opinion) he wanted this information for a snowmobile project.
To enable a faster search in the future (should someone want to find a past thread), it would seem to me to be important to include in the title of the thread, the main object of the post - in this case, perhaps: "curve and angle of snowmobile part". The various search tools - Google, Bing, Whatever, are quite adept at finding posts - if the search includes a word or 2 that are in the original post.
Just an observation that might make future searches easier...hopefully, a constructive observation....I in no manner mean to be derogatorily critical.
I agree Dave, sometimes I will change a subject line for that reason.
I agree it's helpful for others to give a descriptive title to a thread.
Though, the smowmobile model build thread was actually really easy to find
Google search in all the text in a thread, not only the title. I remembered that thread as recent, so I put:
snowmobile 2013 site:www.mtfca.com
in the google image search engine - then I immediately saw a picture I remembered where roadster & touring body panels were compared - clicked on it & found the thread. Google picture search is really helpful