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    How to post on the MOA Forum

    Below are a few guidelines on how to submit a new post on the forum for situations where you are introducing yourself the first time or if you have a question about your specific motorcycle. If you see an existing thread in one of the forum areas and you would like to add your thoughts, the approach to posting a reply is given.

    So, below you will see how to:

    - start a new thread in the appropriate area of the forum
    - reply to an existing thread or discussion
    - quote another member in your reply
    - add an image to your post
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    Find the area on the forum for your thread

    First, you should identify the area of the forum that is appropriate for your post. On the main forum page, you will see large icons along the left side and a key, bolded phrase next to it. These are the name forum area. There are areas such as New Members, Airheads, Oilheads, Hexheads/Camheads, Gear, Just Ridin', etc. In addition, there are more general areas such as Motorrad, Campfire, Photography. Please look at the description under each of these main forum areas to decide where your new thread should be.
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    Select forum area

    Once you've selected the main forum area, click on the description link to open that area of the forum.
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    Start a new thread

    Click on the button in the upper left to start a new thread.
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    Compose your post

    For your new post, enter a title. Try to be specific in the title to help others quickly see what it is that your are posting about. If you're a new member, indicate where you're from. If it's a question about your 2000 model R1150R front brake, put that information in your title. Adding this kind of information to the title will help later during searches for a similar topic.

    Then enter your message in the box below similar to what you might do on any Windows/Mac word processing program. If desired, there are features to change font color, add bold or italics, and any number of other text enhancements.
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    mine-ineye-deatheah-pielayah-jooa-kalayus. oolah-minane-hay-meeriah-kal-oyus-algay-a-thaykin', buddy!

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    Add smilies

    There are a number of smilies that you can add to your message that might help convey your emotions about your post. Are you confused (), happy about something (), thanking someone for their help/insight (), or maybe just trying to be funny (). Sitting behind our keyboards all the way across the country, it's hard to tell when someone is pulling our leg or not!

    A complete smilie list is shown on the right of the screen.
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