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This website is not trying to replace other tractor forums or clubs out there. It will co-exist as a specialized forum/website and will grow with the subscribing registered members.
This website is trying to help members find information they need to restore their older Simplicity and Allis Chalmers Garden tractors in the 1959 to 1970 vintage. Registered users are invited to join in with this goal and potentially expand the hobby with other tractor models and brands.
Members are encouraged to help develope articles and report on the latest news in this hobby. All of the information developed will be provided to the public with the exception of articles prior to release. Please contact B112 if you would like to help develop and review some of the draft work in progress. In order to gain more access to work in progress documents, you must reveal more about yourself to be come "validated" (i.e. real name, city, state, perhaps more over time).
There are many ways to CONTRIBUTE:
1. You can REVIEW and provide feedback in the suggestions or PM B112 with ideas.
2. You can SUGGEST new links, articles, and subjects in the suggestions forum.
3. You can HELP others in the AC/Simplicity Tractor Talk forum.
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Your initial password when you first sign up is stored in the event a user is having trouble logging in, this is used by the administrators to diagnose an individuals problem logging in. In the event a user is unable to signin, an administrator will only email to the original email account which signed up for an account.