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Old 04-18-2017, 07:54 PM
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You click the button in the appropriate forum section. You had to do this just to create this very thread. If you do not see the button, then you do not have posting rights to that section. This could be a result of the section being closed to all but staff posts or a restriction placed on your account.

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*EDIT* - Looks like you have it figured out.
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Why are you asking that question when you just did by starting this thread.
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Why are you asking that question when you just did by starting this thread.
Even the most restricted usergroup, privileged wise, can post in this section while they cannot post in any other section so it can be a valid question if someone were to be inadvertently/incorrectly placed into said usergroup by the system.
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i don't have rights to the tech support (DIY) section I'm new to the page and don't plan on posting a lot only when i check threads and can't find a solution to a problem. Having that being said i would like to ask permission to this section as I'm in a STICKY situation right now and i got the part to fix my issue. I own a 1988 k5 350 small block and would love someones with classic trucks. swartikk i have seen you all over this forum perhaps you could help me?

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Dwolf, as stated in the new member restrictions, the appropriate generational tech support sections are not closed to anyone as a result of the new member restrictions that are in place. With that said, no one can post in the General Tech Help section. This section preexisted the year/generation specific sections.

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