I don't mean to throw more negative on with what is going on,
but Facebook will never be even close to this forum.
Although the positive is, we got to be a part of something that can't be beat.
Here we had the history to research in the articles, and get the knowledge as it evolved.
My best example is how the "just remove the pump" evolved in to clear set of instruction for setting the float, removing the screen, how to run the line, and the addition of the Grizzly valve.
The work on the Roadwing, 4 gauge wires, erbs PCV
PNP lights out of a trailer module, multiple RTB articles, (some were really only RT
) but you could look it all up, and threads ran for years as they were modified and improved.
And you knew after a short time who to trust. Post your air cleaner and exhaust and you had a TRUSTWORTHY set of guidelines for jetting in 3 minutes.
I look at Facebook and there are too many answers, right or wrong.
"What is the capacity of the tank on a 2007?" Even if the answer was right, there are 37 people that for some reason feel like they have to echo the same answer over and over.
(Jeesh, you don't even get a post count for it.
Not to mention the bad and wild answers that are thrown out on FB. You might as well be checking your muffler bearing for a backfire.
And, when everything is laid out right the first time by someone that knows what they are doing and takes the time to help,
the same questions is asked 17 times in the next two weeks by people that "remember reading it but cant' find it", or "don't have time to look now, but.."
I'm on a few other forums,
BUT THERE WILL NEVER BE ONE LIKE THE ROADSTAR CLINIC!