- May 7, 2018
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Didn't Allpar start linking the forum threads at one point too?
I hope the forum here continues and prospers. That said, it has been disappointing to see only a maximum of 1 or 2 other viewers on a thread at a time. Like others have said, until FCA starts bringing out the long expected new products, good conversation will be sparse. Allpar is more active but the vast majority of talk is ridiculous fantasy and complaining. I'll take quality threads over quantity but some of that "low comprehension" content does provide entertainment (in small doses).
I come to the main site a few times a day for the news articles. I check the forums about once a week. I also visit allpar thoughout the day, but seldom post on either site.
I jump over to 5thgenrams every week or two. I go to HDrams on occasion, but it typically gets blocked by cisco for some reason when I'm at work and home (same place).
I'm actually more interested in pickups than cars and cuv's. This site seems to be a catch all for news. But jumping through 4 different forums, and sometimes going though similar conversations on those keeps me from going through each site. I wish there was a good way seemlessly go from this site, to 5thgen, and hdrams. Keep the same account between all three. Maybe merge the content amd forums some also. 5thgen seems to have good conversations going. I haven't created an account at hdrams yet, even though I've got an HD now and it's the vehicle i'm most interested in.
I do like the content here.
Sad thing is you're gonna get less and less of "die hards" just by the sole fact of how dodge line up currently isI think you should keep the forum..I am a former Allpar member that left because of the hypocrisy.I came hear hoping it was a place for real mopar people,you know people that will buy nothing else,old or new.I don't want or need anyone bestowing the virtues of there kia,chev,ford or toyoda,on a MOPAR site.
Funny how fickle, people are.I guess these would be conquest sales, good for ram.Do these people not realize that the same engineering that goes into Ram also applies to any FCA product.?Not sure but it's the trend that I've noticed among a ton of Ram forums and Facebook groups.
Wouldn’t be surprised if they feel they need to justify their love of the Ram to the automotive orthodoxy by dissing everything else FCA. Somehow it’s OK so long as they dig BMW and Honda, see? Of course out here in the dry prairie of Eastern Washington, there a deep love of anything HEMI and that makes justifying a Ram much less fraught.Can you offer any insight as to why?