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Old 02-17-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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Going forward if you see something that is off topic,
DO NOT reply to the post. REPORT IT to Ryan or I.

Don't make a new seperate post complaining about it or attack who ever is posting.

That only causes issues and it won't be allowed anymore for a hand full of guys that try to take control of posts that are causing issues.


Ryan and I are going to start closing accounts of guys who seem to take it upon themselves to complain about how we post about Old Fords vs what we post about Old Fords.

That won't continue. Enough is enough. No more warnings.

You post a complaint of WHAT WE ALLOW AND ON HOW WE POST ABOUT FORDS and stir things up - your account will be closed.

Report the off topic post to Ryan or I and then get back to enjoying Model A's.

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Old 02-17-2013, 08:59 PM   #2
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I am sure there will be no disagreement. It is plain and simple ! Thanks for restoreing order to this great site. Al
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"YES SIR"! And the Dog & I HUMBLY apologize for some of our replies. Bill W. & Buster T.
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Good answer. One of the guys ran off a new person.
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:15 AM   #5
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A great big thank you

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Thanks guy's and keep up the great work on this site !
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Old 02-18-2013, 12:59 PM   #8
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Old 02-19-2013, 08:20 PM   #9
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Thanks Cobb. Been about afraid to ask a question for a while. This is the greatest site ever. Please keep up the good work...Dave
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:21 AM   #10
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Well done Cob - the best solution.
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Whew, What a relief.
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Old 02-22-2013, 02:01 AM   #13
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Old 02-25-2013, 04:48 PM   #14
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Thank you.
This is such a great site - ask a question - get the answer you need - sometimes answer someone Else's question.
Doesn't get any better.
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Awesome site. Glad you keep it in good order. I do appreciate the humor of many of the Barners. This site is invaluable? How do you finance it. Can we contribute? Send me a message and I will.
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I agree, and its understood.
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Thank you Cob and Ryan for this great site
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:49 PM   #18
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Hey Ryan and Cob,
I'm slow , but finally read your input/caveat! It is a pleasure to know people of character...as you!! Needless to say, NOBODY should be made to feel inferior/not wanted here by anybody...while using YOUR site/resources. Here's celebrating 100% compliance
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Thank you. I am a new member and really enjoy the site. The amount of information you can get from the search function has saved me so much time and money. But I have seen people attacked, in a rude form, when they are new and ask a question. Thank you so much for your time and effort.
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Old 03-17-2013, 11:50 PM   #20
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Well I am glad that I didn't completely bail out of here as planned. I just happened to drop in and spot this post. It renews my hope that this will remain the best Model A forum on the web.

Thank you Cob
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Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. Lets get back to the real reason we all here, Enjoying the Model A Ford. Thanks again Cobb and Ryan...
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Old 03-28-2013, 07:02 PM   #22
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I love this site, I sleep better just knowing it is available. Thank you very much for this great service.
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Not a complaint just a suggestion how about automatically getting things off ALL the boards that are 30 days old let them repost if they want to after all some of the posts have over 500 pages that are years old
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Old 04-07-2013, 10:25 AM   #24
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Thanks guys! Great site. I would be lost without all the information I get.
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Not a complaint just a suggestion how about automatically getting things off ALL the boards that are 30 days old let them repost if they want to after all some of the posts have over 500 pages that are years old
Wouldn't that loose a lot of historical answers that people have posted about how they do things? You do have the ability to search this info.
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Old 04-12-2013, 03:56 PM   #26
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Amen, and thanks for keeping the Barn as we Knew it. Iceman
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:54 AM   #27
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Have not been here in a while. I agree with Ryan and Cobs stance. Some people seem to want to lord over others because of their "superior" knowledge or "righteous" attitudes. There are no dumb questions.
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Have not been here in a while. I agree with Ryan and Cobs stance. Some people seem to want to lord over others because of their "superior" knowledge or "righteous" attitudes. There are no dumb questions.
Fully agree with this statement.

But will add, that there are alot of just plain everyday guys on here that share their knowledge in a gentleman type manner for alot of guys like me and others to learn from.

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I am an absolute newby to the site but a kind of a grammarian.

"REPORT IT to Ryan or I." Should to be: "REPORT IT to Ryan or me."

Sorry, but that is one of my pet peeves.
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DT guy, your going to be posting a lot here then. Not everyone is using spell check nor are concerned about grammar. Just let it go and learn about old fords. It's what this site is about.
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DT guy, your going to be posting a lot here then. Not everyone is using spell check nor are concerned about grammar. Just let it go and learn about old fords. It's what this site is about.
DT you remind me of my sister-in-law. But there is nothing wrong with good grammar. On my posts along, it will keep you busy correcting them! Welcome to the site.
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Oh Oh Fred, along should have been alone.
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Tom how correct you are. The old bi-focal ain't do a good job or would it be the thingie behind the bi-focal?
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Thank you so much for this site. It is really a part of my life. Bill
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Old 04-30-2013, 06:46 PM   #35
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Please leave all the post ( 500+ ) available . When I first came on the forum new to Model A I read all 500 plus post and learned a lot .
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you guys rock, this info is the best thing that could of happend to henrys old fords thanks for all you do
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Hello all!
I am new to model A's and have been looking for info. Thanks for having this great forum! I will try to search for most of my needed info rather than ask too many dumb questions...lol
I recently picked up a 1930 model A coupe, been sitting for 30 yrs .
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I made a basically humorous post that was very loosely linked to a Model A item and it was enjoyed by a few other posters but it was closed in about a day. I was not able to read all the replies so I don't know if it "went bad" but the thread is no longer there.
So heads up, these guys are really serious. Both the moderators and the purists. Tread the thread cautiously and keep it Model A restoration oriented.
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Old 07-24-2013, 02:59 PM   #39
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THANK YOU, for a job well done.
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Haven't visited in a while and just saw the new comments! Thanks for a job well done! I got tired of reading the "replys" from the "experts" about how wrong some procedures were and had just about stppped logging on.
Re: oiling the wheel studs as an example......an old trucker told me many years ago that the only lug nuts you didn't oil were the ones you wanted to snap off.........I still oil the studs.
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So many young folks have not had the opportunity to learn the basics of automotive maintenance. They have not been exposed to clutches, carbs, generators, points and electrical systems with no fuses. I am proud of the patience and skill demonstrated in carrying these new Ford fans through their difficulties.
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You do a excellent job; keep up the good work !!!!

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THANK YOU

i have stayed away for some time because of some of the stuff that was happening

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I know that's why i stayed off of the barn? I just came back to see if it was the same way or not. But i see u have figured that out. Thanks maybe i will come back every day like i was before. Thanks again reggiedog
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Haven't visited in a while and just saw the new comments! Thanks for a job well done! I got tired of reading the "replys" from the "experts" about how wrong some procedures were and had just about stppped logging on.
Re: oiling the wheel studs as an example......an old trucker told me many years ago that the only lug nuts you didn't oil were the ones you wanted to snap off.........I still oil the studs.
Thanks again.

You see where the problem is?

Your expert told you always oil lug nuts!
Ford in the FORD Econoline Service manual and Owners manual states "Never use oil or grease on studs or nuts." (Wanted to use a Ford reference on the Fordbarn.)

Whose expert is correct? Yours, Ford, both, neither? What makes matters worse is when reading a contradiction to long held beliefs one often thinks the other guy is an ass.

One should keep in mind "There is more than one way to skin a cat."

Just so you don't get upset with me, I found almost as many "lube" as "no lube" on the internet. So I can't say who is right.
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Gentlemen -

Thanks again for this great venue and all the work it takes to keep it afloat. We, meaning me and a few other folks, "older guys", are not as proficient at this computer stuff - but you keep it real and clear as far as rules and regs. It is also very easy to navigate and learn scores of good information.

If folks have real a complaint lets say of a political nature, then I recommend taking the FORD out to the local coffee shop and discuss the worlds problems then and there. The FORD benefits from the exercise, the neighbors get to see a true piece of American Iron, and you get to catch up with others on a level playing field - thus hearing from all sides (hopefully).

Thanks again and I want to tell you that I truly benefit from your site!

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im new here and i have received some great info from you guys ,already,, i recently bought a 1931 model a with my son ... We are not the besy mechanics but we are doing this together and its so nice to know we have guys like most of you out there that are willing to share your wealth of knowledge with others . So please continue this foram and anyone with a case of the im better than yous ... Keep it to yourself ..thanks all you ford barners...your great for this hobby
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Good evening Model A guys & gals; Is anyone else having trouble getting onto the "mafca,com" site, "parts for sale" these days or is it just me?? Thanks, fordpapa....
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I just made a post on the model T forum, and Fter reading this I would like to apologize if it offended ANYONE!! I will contain myself better in the future. Sorry, Rowen
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I am glad I saw this post ... and understood. I have always been over protective of our great hobby since riding in my dad'd model T at five yrs old (I'm 60 now). I love Fordbarn and appreciate that you keep it at it's best. Thank you.
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Ryan and Cob: You guys are doing a SUPER EXCELLENT job and should not have to put up with idiots and morons ruining the site. Both of you are providing a great service to the Model A hobby. THANK YOU!!! Joel R. Shaw, Fairport, NY
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I was wondering how long this would go on before someone stepped in. Letís get
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when we were Kidís, now that I am 80 itís time to grow up.

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Thank you so very much!!! I am in total agreement!! I like following your rules. Now, when I post an item, I will not get crucified for my post!!!

GREAT JOB men. Keep it up please!!!!
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New member, but not new to the sight. Every since I bought my A, and made it my daily, I have been coming to this sight looking for answers to a few of my problems or concerns, and have found for the most part that everyone is willing to advise or at least point others in the right direction. Putting 150 to 200 miles a week on my car has made this sight invaluable to me.
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Old 05-20-2016, 12:54 PM   #60
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Hear Hear !!

Tanks for all the good woek on this site.
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Old 10-01-2016, 05:39 PM   #61
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Thanks Cob,
So good to get my 1st post off on the right foot. Sometimes you just have to bring it to someones attention,..love the site. good luck.
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Old 11-29-2016, 09:18 AM   #62
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To start off this is my first post, I'm working on a 1931 Ford Model A Murray body. It was me and my Dads project car, before we really got anywhere with it he passed away. I've been working on it with my spare time (there's not a lot lately) but I called a professional to help out. He found a crack in the block and told me the motor is no good, it was real kick in the teeth. So I'm real motivated to get this project on the road.

I'm looking for an good engine in the Jacksonville FL area Ill drive a ways it I have to. I'll take any advice about the car, there's so much about the car that I never got to learn.
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Old 11-29-2016, 11:45 AM   #63
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I think some engine cracks can be fixed. So look on this site for some answers-I think there are some posts on this subject.

Also you may want to start your own post one this site about this subject rather than using this area of posting.
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Old 12-15-2016, 08:46 AM   #64
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You guys are great at what you do and this is the best board for what I am interested in and what I need information on! Keep up the good work! 👍🏼
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