Just a thank you.

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Darrell
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Just a thank you.

Post by Darrell » Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:07 am

Just saying thank you (Twiss, not sure who else at present) for keeping the site running. I used to have one myself a few years back and so I know it's largely a thankless task at your expense. I know people like Facebook and you can get a fast response there, but here you have an archive of information and picture/photos. I'm surprised you don't have a sponsor to fund the site, I personally don't mind a small level of advertisement. My site was very small but I used to get offers but never took them as I didn't like the product (Chinese knock off stuff). I personally think we could do with a grand vitara section as these go right back to 1998, but do you want new members using more bandwidth/storage. I have plenty of GV info up until about 2009 until the workshop manuals are only available on the Suzuki Portal.

Thanks again :thumbup:
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Re: Just a thank you.

Post by Darrell » Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:44 am

Logged on to type the above and then came back and found the post for members only :oops: . Bit slow off the mark me ;) .
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Re: Just a thank you.

Post by Anton » Wed Feb 07, 2018 4:11 pm

I want to second this. Thanks guys. You lot have been extremely helpful over the years, and I've had a lot of fun at meets (even if I didn't always turn up in a Zook). Inventing Kytenting with Twiss was a blast, for example!

This is a superb community, with lots of great input by various members. Including (but not limited to) you yourself, Darrell!
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