[ROVERNET - UK] Rovernet problems

iudkuy wcygiohs iudkuy at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 19 13:22:30 GMT 2005


I totally agree. I have only asked a couple of
questions, about my P4, but received many answers, the
first within six hours of posting. The availability of
knowledgable enthusiasts worldwide is a precious
resource, especially when you're on your own in the
garage trying to nut out a problem. 

Long Live Rovernet!!

Peter B

--- Bill Robertson <rover2000nut at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Certainly i would hope that Randy is mistaken and
> may suffer email woes 
> because every question i have ever asked has been
> answered by at least 1 
> person if not multiple answers............What some
> have to understand is we 
> all do not have the time or access to look at the
> Rovernet every day and may 
> miss some of the postings or while speculating on an
> answer we don't all 
> have the same vehicles so prefer to let someone give
> you a definative 
> answer.............If you don't get an answer right
> away , post your 
> question again if need be and hopefully someone else
> will have the 
> answer..........
> This Rovernet and other Marque specific Nets are a
> true godsend to us 
> enthusiasts, not only for information, and part
> sources,  but also just for 
> support of our sometimes crazy passion for your
> car............Like fishing 
> you can always get a good story from someones
> driving, or restoration  
> adventure......
> I for one fully support all the members here and
> hope everyone else has many 
> years of happy Rovering
> Bill Robertson
> 67 & 69 Rover 2000TC's
> 48 Rover 75 P3
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