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  • How often do you visit the Forum?

    Be sure to check out the new survey on our main page, which asks how often you visit the Forum. We know that many of you have bookmarked the Forum and come here directly, but we're interested in your answer to this survey in particular.

  • #2
    I Visit the forum every day ay least once. I have a short cut on my start page for the forum and well as Ridgid main page. It's a great place to get and give infomation. I feel it's the best woodworkers forum any place on line. And I'm proud to be a part of it and part of the Ridgid Family
    Dan<br /> <a href=\"\" target=\"_blank\"></a>


    • #3
      I too visit every day at least once. I must say that I am impressed by Jake who really does care that we get the right answers and our problems are looked after. The service really does bias ones opinion when it comes time to buy a power tool. Keep up the good work. Regards, Ivor.


      • #4
        I check it just about every time that I log on. The RIDGID web site RULES..Also thank for the help that I have recieved from all who have "chimed in". Its this kind of site that you feel welcome reguardless of your level of knowledge, as there is not any STUPID QUESTIONS, I you ask , others may have the same one and they asked before you. dd


        • #5
          Forum is my "home page", so I check it every time I bring up my webcrawler. Dawg
          He who dies with the most power tools wins!


          • #6
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            • #7
              I check it in the morning and at nite. I like the notification features that tell me which topics are new since my last visit. This is the also the fastest forum to load in my browser (I use both, but only IE6 for this forum since it remembers my login and logs me in automatically).

              On a side note, knowing I had an old pipe wrench or two, I went yeaterday to look at the name on it....yep, it's a Ridgid! Dad bought it in the 50's....
              Kelly C. Hanna<br /><a href=\"\" target=\"_blank\">Hanna Woodworks</a>