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Thursday, 10 Feb 2005 ( #195 )
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Our new Mechanical Troubleshooting forum is now active and open to all the mechanics and fleet managers out there who want to meet and discuss mechanical issues for different equipment brands and models. started this new discussion forum after receiving requests from several forum members for a platform where they can conveniently discuss technical problems and receive solutions from other knowledgeable members - so here it is!

This forum is reserved for mechanical troubleshooting topics only and is searchable by brand and model (series) for machines, attachments and major components.

Go to the Discussion Forums to check it out now: Once you are there, click on Discuss: Mechanical Troubleshooting to join the new forum.

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