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Hey, I just had an idea that I wanted to throw out. Whenever you're making a post out here that you think is really a good one that should be searchable later, like the one about the crankshaft position sensor that Mike (xharleyrider) posted a few days ago... maybe it would be a good idea to add something to the end of the post to make it easy to find with a search like at the end of that post he could add:

CPS crank position sensor failure replace symptom diagnose

You know what I mean? Sometimes people post stuff but don't include all of the keywords or even most of the keywords someone would use to try to find their post later. Like just include words that you think people might use to search for information on that topic. Like if you were going to search for posts people might have made about myself, you might search on words or phrases like: genius "super intelligent" spikes "fast as ****" "dumped it on the dragon" handsome "my hero" witty "da man" mobster "natural born leader" "hand grenade"
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Yeah, but the search feature (obviously) lets you search more than just the subject. I figured it couldn't hurt to include a few extra words at the end of the post. What if you're searching on how to remove the front wheel and you search on "remove wheel" in the subject but the one post that has the information in it that you need has "removal of front rim" in the subject? You wouldn't see it. Nitpicky. I know. But it wouldn't hurt to have variations on the words people might be searching for in your post. I already know everything there is to know about this bike so it doesn't affect me. *cough cough* [/emoticons/emotion-1.gif]
 
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