Want to answer questions, too cumbersome to find ones suited for me.

I want to answer some of the questions posted in the Q&A section, is there a way I can search for questions in my field? (Aircraft, motorcycles)
If that doesn't exist then we should have it, I would be happy to spread my knowledge, that's why we're all here right?

Greg

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halamka5 years ago
The aircraft is more stable going up. Join the Commodore Computer Club.
GregCaesar (author)  halamka5 years ago
What are you talking about?
This is one is just spam for what ever that club is.
bwrussell5 years ago
I've found the easiest way is to go to the answers page and sort by recent. Then I just read the titles looking for interesting sounding Q's or areas of my knowledge. I do this 1-2 times a day so there are no more than 5-10 new questions a day during the week and 20-25 when I check on monday. This way I don't miss a question because some of the keywords, descriptions, and titles are not very search engine friendly.
halamka5 years ago
One solution for this motorcycle is to remove the cam chain tensioner and place extra gaskets under the rocker arm box. Another solution is to make a brass chain tensioner. The stock chain tensioner lasts about 5,000 miles.
GregCaesar (author)  halamka5 years ago
What are you talking about?
canucksgirl5 years ago
Type your keyword(s) into the search box (top right at the end of the menu bar), and then when you get the results, click on "graphical search", and then select "answers" from the drop down, and then re-click the search button. :-)