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 #32545  by bootymac
 Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:45 pm
Yes, a few of us think it was a bit rash to delete everything, as discussed here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=3258. An archive would've been a much better idea.

I poked around and I don't think we can recover the deleted topics unless we have back ups (https://www.phpbb.com/kb/article/recove ... ted-topic/).

Perhaps conferring with the admin or other moderators is a good idea before taking actions like deleting an entire subforum ;)
 #32546  by Moto
 Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:25 am
We will not be deleting things.

We can tag the title as inactive and lock the topic, but we will not want to delete things. It will help build a reference for value. I expect this subforum will become a little more active in the future. As the car ages a lot more cars will come up for sale.

I have already noticed it at the dealer level. There are a lot of traded kizashis ending up back on the lot this fall.
 #32547  by Moto
 Sun Oct 12, 2014 12:28 am
As activity picks up we will have less trouble as inactive topics should fall off the bottom of the page.
 #32918  by SamirD
 Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:36 pm
So where's all the archived stuff? I wanted to check out some historical prices.
 #32922  by murcod
 Fri Oct 31, 2014 1:25 am
Did you read all this thread? In the big bit bucket in the sky somewhere.

Life goes on. :) We now have a policy in place.

A lot of the old adverts didn't have if the item had sold or not. A disturbing number of threads had people attacking the seller over their prices (sometimes using old threads as ammunition- WTF?) A person is entitled to ask whatever price they want to, if you consider it too dear then negotiate via PM or walk away. ;)
 #32928  by SamirD
 Fri Oct 31, 2014 2:07 pm
murcod wrote:Did you read all this thread? In the big bit bucket in the sky somewhere.

Life goes on. :) We now have a policy in place.

A lot of the old adverts didn't have if the item had sold or not. A disturbing number of threads had people attacking the seller over their prices (sometimes using old threads as ammunition- WTF?) A person is entitled to ask whatever price they want to, if you consider it too dear then negotiate via PM or walk away. ;)
Great. :evil: Lots of good part numbers and great SEO value was lost.

I hope this will be the last instance of anything being deleted off here. Contributing to a forum with quality posts takes time, effort, and energy on the part of the poster. The poster expects those posts to be around for a long time. Otherwise, it's best for a poster to keep their own archive as well.
 #32931  by murcod
 Fri Oct 31, 2014 2:53 pm
Had you actually read through any of them? I did.

There is more part number related info in the the normal tech forums. Besides if you're after part numbers there are better sources eg. http://suzukicarparts.com/parts/?siteid=214820 , http://www.suzuki.com.au/vehicles/model ... ccessories , http://www.suzuki.co.nz/Automotive/Accessories/Kizashi/ , http://suzukipartspeople.com/product/Kizashi/ Google is your friend.
 #33074  by SamirD
 Mon Nov 10, 2014 1:00 am
murcod wrote:Had you actually read through any of them? I did.

There is more part number related info in the the normal tech forums. Besides if you're after part numbers there are better sources eg. http://suzukicarparts.com/parts/?siteid=214820 , http://www.suzuki.com.au/vehicles/model ... ccessories , http://www.suzuki.co.nz/Automotive/Accessories/Kizashi/ , http://suzukipartspeople.com/product/Kizashi/ Google is your friend.
I read almost all of them. I thought very few of them were worthy of deletion. Some were worth the seo value alone.
 #33077  by Moto
 Mon Nov 10, 2014 2:31 am
This topic is locked... Going forward the issue is resolved.