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As this is an active endeavor, the CAFCNA website will be in constant flux. With the old website having been severely neglected this has become a large undertaking. There's still outdated content and areas that will require us to rebuild from the ground up. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this period and thank you for being a member of this community. If you're not a member, don't wait any longer. Join today!
Yikes!!! Paypal has changed their format and I am no longer able to see any messages that you may have attached to your payments. This means that I am not seeing your CAFCNA usernames! I have a workaro... Read more
Did anyone notice a bunch of redesigned web pages? The Web Master has been busy. Check out the Home page and other links at top.See any errors?See Anything you like? Did you Notice are missing info for... Read more
As you are well aware by now we have gone thru many upgrades and updates on the site which has all been done by one member; doing so annonymously. He kinda came out from behind the screen yesterday and... Read more
Would you be interested in paying for online photo storage using your current account, in our gallery software? Currently supporting member get 50000 kb storageRegular members get up to 10000kb storage... Read more
Recent Forum Posts
ok. I'll give that a shot
I would try to find a soft dirt or at least gravel road to then put it in 4wd so you can allow slippage and not bind up the gears and other parts. Only other way I know is take it to a garage and put i... Read more
I am hoping to look at another one tomorrow. If 4wd is not to be used when it is dry, how can one be sure the 4wd gears work well?
2003 with 204k km and 2006 with 166k km.