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Simpleton7016

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Simpleton7016
I am still relativley new to the site and have taken infinitely more than $10 in parts, advice and resources away from y'all. But here is a question designed to save me some embarrassment and to help me catch up on 7 years worth of posts: Which questions do y'all get tired of seeing? Newbie's like myself are unaware of some of subjects that have been gone over a million times, and if I haven't already, I want to avoid asking that "annoying" question that you are sick of answering. Also, for fun, what is the most ridiculous question y'all have seen? I sure hope I didn't ask it.

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TerryZ
Hi - Welcoem to the club. There never really are any such questions, however always try the search box at the top right of the screen or under the Discussions link there is 'Search the forums'. I have found the most basic questions have been asked and the answers you will likely find in your search. If not just ask - many of the people in the club know their stuff and are happy to share. MPH is right, the most ridiculous questions are the ones that don't provide enough info. to answer.

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HubbardRA
I agree with Marty. What a tractor is worth is only between the buyer and seller. If I am buying one, it isn't worth much. If I am selling one, then it is made of gold and platinum. Most of the other questions are considered normal. It gets a little aggrivating to see someone ask the same question that was asked just a few posts down in the window. I would advise reading the current posts before asking a question, just to make sure the answer has not already been posted.

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Jovee
I was new here once and I probably asked questions that were asked before but being new, one doesnt know that. Thats probably why the most asked questions recirculate. There is no such thing as a dumb question as someone is readily to provide an answer to something and thats part of what makes this a great place. "Common Questions" is a good source to search for the stuff thats been figured out in the past. The most asked question out in my yard would be - "NOW WHY won't this thing start?!" }:):D

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