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Old 07-17-2017, 06:54 PM   #51
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Old 07-19-2017, 03:52 PM   #52
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Does this possibly pertain to Photobucket no longer hosting our pictures???

If so, same with me. I am on lots of forums, and have many threads over the years I have started, or contributed to, but none of my pictures that are all over the internet will display anymore
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Old 07-27-2017, 01:52 PM   #53
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I figured it had more to do with the board going down multiple times....seemed like out of the last dozen or so times I came here, 6 or 7 of them were met with the server being down. I always figured that was probably the end of ZK, then I check back a few months later and it's back, .

Then there's also the part that there aren't any new Suzukis coming to the US, so there's a dwindling supply of vehicles and people. That's the big difference between us and the Jeep boards. As long as the Wranglers keep getting made, there will always be new people flowing into those forums. I see the same thing happening with the Scout world too, and International trucks in general. There's been a bit of a resurgence with the older IH trucks in the hot rod world, but nothing on the off road side of things.

It's a double bummer for me...I have absolutely zero interest in a new Jeep, but there's nothing else new (or even semi new...say within the past 5 years) that I'm aware of, available in this country, that is a full soft top 4x4. It's not a Jeep sucks kind of thing, rather that I don't want a nearly full size truck for trail duties. Even the 2 door JKs are friggen huge now, and I'd LOVE to get a new Jimny Cabrio if they were available here...
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I figured it had more to do with the board going down multiple times....seemed like out of the last dozen or so times I came here, 6 or 7 of them were met with the server being down. I always figured that was probably the end of ZK, then I check back a few months later and it's back, .

Then there's also the part that there aren't any new Suzukis coming to the US, so there's a dwindling supply of vehicles and people. That's the big difference between us and the Jeep boards. As long as the Wranglers keep getting made, there will always be new people flowing into those forums. I see the same thing happening with the Scout world too, and International trucks in general. There's been a bit of a resurgence with the older IH trucks in the hot rod world, but nothing on the off road side of things.

It's a double bummer for me...I have absolutely zero interest in a new Jeep, but there's nothing else new (or even semi new...say within the past 5 years) that I'm aware of, available in this country, that is a full soft top 4x4. It's not a Jeep sucks kind of thing, rather that I don't want a nearly full size truck for trail duties. Even the 2 door JKs are friggen huge now, and I'd LOVE to get a new Jimny Cabrio if they were available here...
You have some very good points! Thanks for chiming in
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