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Old 08-26-2014, 01:21 AM   #51
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Great DIY thread... MAKE THIS A STICKY! Shouldn't have to search for threads like this that are the most viewed on the forum.
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Old 08-26-2014, 05:22 AM   #52
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This is in the "how to" section. No need for stickys.
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This is in the "how to" section. No need for stickys.
So why does the forum have stickies...especially this "How To" section? There are three stickies in this section and this thread has more views than two of the stickies combined. Out of 65 threads it would make it easier for all forum members to see the most viewed and highly rated threads on the top of the list, not on page three. It also gives the author of the sticky thread an "appreciation, ata boy" for their contributions to the forum

Not debating or arguing, every forum has stickies for a reason, to include this forum. Years from now when there are 10 pages to search, making these stickies now only makes sense. Others have asked as well.
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These threads used to be stickys out on the main forum, until there was too many stickys.

If we made this thread a sticky we would have to make the other 40 that you commented on a sticky too. Then it clutters up everything.
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Glad to find this thread
I have 35k on my 05 & plan to change my fuel filter

Autozone has 2 models
Duralast w/flex....without flex
I'm assuming that means Flex fuel & not flexible ends ?
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