Bill Woodruff wrote:
> You know, its a pretty sad statement about the health of these lists when a
> relatively straight forward question like this goes unanswered for so long.
> When I asked this same question about 5 years ago, the list spent a few
> days in a fairly technical discussion of Spitfire front suspension; there
> is much to it.
> I know it takes me a LONG time to wade through even a fraction of all the
> messages posted here. Heck, I throw out a ton of mail w/o ever looking at
> it. There are many questions posed that I know the answer to, but never
> seem to find the time to answer. You might think about that when you
> considering whether or not to send a message.
> William Woodruff firstname.lastname@example.org
> San Francisco, CA
I think the fact that the original question went unanswered for so long
reflects that most people (including my self) had no clue what the
answer was. My particular thought was something to the effect of, "Why
worry about something I can't change anyway".
But you are right, often questions of real importance (read: broken
stuff needing to be fixed) get lost in the shuffle. In this case, the
fact that a few legitimate answers did in time surface, lends
credibility to the existance of the list!
Keep on TR'ing.
Joe Curry '63 Spit(FC4505L)