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Thread: Considering moving 'Midwest true 10.5' section into 'Midwest Militia Central' section

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    Considering moving 'Midwest true 10.5' section into 'Midwest Militia Central' section

    This is the first change that I'm really hesitant about. I don't want to upset any of the 10.5 racers but I'm considering moving all posts from 'Midwest true 10.5' section into 'Midwest Militia Central' section and deleting the 'Midwest true 10.5' section

    In the future you could post in the 'Midwest Militia Central' section or the 'Events' section instead.

    Reasons
    1.it is one of the lesser used sections
    2. there is some section duplication/overlap with it and the 'Midwest Militia Central' and 'Events' sections
    3. i am trying downsize sections on the main page

    opinions ???
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    do it..
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    Nothin to it but to do it.....

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    i dont see many people having a problem with it. most of the guys from around here who race in 10.5 hang out in the MSCA forum all the time anyway.
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    move has been completed
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