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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-09-2009, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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I thought it would be cool if we had a section stricly for reviews. I think it should be like the DIY section, not a spot to ask question, just a spot to post reviews on any type of cobalt part you have tried. I.E, headlights, Cold air intake, Tire shine, Tires, etc etc.

Pretty much anything somebody has tried and wants to write a review about, this will also eliminate people asking things that have been covered before. If someone wants to know about a part they want to buy, all they hae to do is search the REVIEW section, instead of the entire site.

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This could help, granted people to post feedback on products.



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Yeah... that way we'd know what we'd be gettin into before we buy... i see that being a useful section


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This is a tremendous idea I fully back this idea! Even reviews on the DIY's Anything that is reviewable!
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I like it. I know I always wanted to talk to someone personally before I made a mod.

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It would also reduce the amount of threads that we have asking about exhaust and things that may be out there, therefore, reducing search times.

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Would they be reviews only and no comments/questions? I can see if we allowed non-reviews in the thread it would clutter it, but at the same time, if we didn't allow them, then there still would be a lot of other threads with questions.

Is there some way to "sticky" posts in a thread so they stay at the top of the thread?

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you would have to have questions and what not of each review otherwise someone could miss an aspect of a product.
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There would still be questions, it would just more organized for people to search for things on products, rather then starting a new thread and asking about it, they can look for the product review, and if one has not been started, then they may begin one, to ask about it and such. It is possible to sticky things, all you have to do is just PM a moderator.

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