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    I was PM'ed about the sites ability to narrow down a search better by individual forums, as the main search box above (top right) will give you an overall result.

    Go to NEW TOPICS at the top left underneath Forums

    then click ADVANCED SEARCH

    this opens up the advance search box

    by clicking SOURCES you can limit your search to an individual forum

    from this point i think most can figure the rest out

    hope this helps and thanks for the question, i will copy this post to the forum tips / support area..
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    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


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