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    Sticky: (Well, it should be, anyhow) Posting and YOU.

    Although guilty myself, I found this amusing little video to be quite helpful when deciding whether or not to start a new thread.

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    That video was made by/ for another website.

    Fortunately, we don't have a lot of the things they talk about happening here on GTT. The atmosphere on here is very welcoming and open, we don't mind folks starting new threads or bringing older ones back to the top. A lot of our members, especially our newer members are first time tractor or first time John Deere owners, it's understood and expected that there will be questions they need help with. Everyone's situation is a little different, so new threads are welcomed in order to keep answers from getting mixed up on two or three different but somewhat similar issues.
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