er der nogen der kan hjælpe mig med hvor jeg kan få fat i et brugt førersæde
til min ZX. Jeg har holdt øjemed den blå avis i et stykke tid, og jeg har
kontaktet diverse autophuggere via deres internetside, men uden resultat.
At give omkring kr. 11.000,00 for et nyt sæde er helt udelukket.
Kunne man evt. købe et brugt sportssæde og sætte i?
Ideer og kommentarer efterlyses.
Well, now that I know what he wants, I can tell the original poster to
look after an used Recaro seat console for the ZX to mount a recaro seat
in his car. I can also tell him that it may be a good idea to browse
through the german sites of www.citforum.de and www.andre-citroen-club.de
after a replacement seat. Otherwise my danish language abilties are
limited to about four words, three of them describe things to eat;-)
In my understanding, every newsgroup without a country code TLD in its
name is very likely to use english as a common language. For instance,
german newsgroups usually start with de.
please replace spam-muelleimer with fk-newsgroups for e-mail contact
Certainly it's not an English-only newsgroup, but I reckon that a full 100%
of the group's followers understand English (we're not _that_ linguistically
challenged out here in the backwaters of civilization), while only a mere
1-5% have a faint possibility of understanding Danish. Now, if you post a
question to a group, and the question isn't exclusively specific to your
homeland, it does indeed make sense to use the one language that is most
likely to be understood by the majority of the readers. Posting in a
language understood by a diminutive minority, on the other hand, greatly
reduces the possibility of getting any response at all, and, in effect,
increases the "noise level" of the group for the unfortunate 95% who failed
to pick up elementary Scandinavian skills (shame on you guys :)
Clearly, Ole's question was not of local concern - ZX's do have seats all
around Europe - so I thought I'd help out by translating it. Sorry if the
remarks about red beards and beer were out of line :)
General consensus is that in all the newsgroups in the big-4 (alt. comp.
rec. sci.) the common language is english. You may expect everyone to read
these groups to understand English and you will reach the largest group of
readers using the English language.
Besides that, allmost all countries with a somewhat substantial internet
community have local groups in their local language (dk. for Denmark)
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