Is this a dead 6x6 site now?

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    Is this a dead 6x6 site now?

    I don't see any new posts in the Max or Transmission forms. Last post are from May.
    Where is everyone going?
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    it has been kind of slow on here . maybe everyones machines are running great and no advice is needed . it will get busy again i bet . jboy

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    It's been in the 100-105 degree range here in Texas. Most people don't do much when it gets that hot. Most of our swamps and back-waters are dry. I know that most of the country is in drought mode as well.
    I know that I'm looking forward to cooler temperatures and for some rain. The grass here in East Texas crunches under foot currently.

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    Yes. It just hasn’t been the same since the days of Mike…unfortunately. I used to love how active this site was.
    #1 Attex ST/300/D - "The Duck." Restoration of my family owned aatv from the early 1970's.
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    Yes this site seems slow along with the other one, I dont think there are a lot of new ppl getting into the sport and those of us who are have pretty much found out over the years hoew to fix our machines and pretty much everything is pretty easy to find on the 2 sits to be able to fix without re posting. just my .02

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    yea ...many of us are older folks and have had machines and ridden many years . i think without a new u.s manufacturer of aatv's and advertising , most of the young folks want fast atv's and side by sides . plus maybe they have seen how much maintenance these can take compared to other offroaders . my neighbors buddy came by the other day with a brand new side by side that was almost a jeep ! but i really still enjoy the sharing that is on here . it's like airplane people who '' hanger fly '' . jboy va.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty-Gunn View Post
    I don't see any new posts in the Max or Transmission forms. Last post are from May.
    Where is everyone going?
    The only thing that keeps this site going is member contributions. Coming on and looking around may keep the attendance or views up but without member added threads or questions the site is just a book. It generally takes a little time for responses as some members are just seeing whats new, johnboy is usually pretty quick and articles that peak someone's interest glean other members responses.
    More posts = more activity, more activity= more posts type of thing.
    Put it out there someone will probably chime in.


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    i agree jim ... if your looking at the site , if you read someone fixed their clutch , motor or something ...maybe had a nice ride , just to respond and say hey , glad it worked out or thanks for the post keeps more responses going and is just nice to do .. that to me supports this forum . jboy va.

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    Well I'm just getting familiar with the site, so every bit of info and advice I find here is valuable. Now that I really need my Argo for a fence-building project, I am putting effort in maintenance on the machine. I've owned it for 3 years and not put many miles on it. I look forward to using it as my "go anywhere" farm pickup truck to carry fencing supplies.

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