One of the forums that I frequent (and have added a LOT of quality content too) seems to be having problems with their server. I am not confident in their ability to sort out the problems they are having and in talking to one of the admins he mentioned that they don't back the data up.

As a complete fall back incase something goes horrifically wrong I want to download the entire forum. I am aware that I can't download the DB or the PHP files etc… I just want to make a locally browsable copy of the entire forum.

This means I could (when I have time) transfer the posts to the new site should they be starting fresh (on purpose or not).

Are there any tools that would allow this?

Side note: Obviously its really important I can browse it locally… which would be very difficult if each of the links still points to 'http://www.thesite.com/forum/specific_page.php' rather than '/forum/specific_page.php'.

wget -k -m -E -p -np -R memberlist.php*,faq.php*,viewtopic.php*p=*,posting.php*,search.php*,ucp.php*,viewonline.php*,*sid*,*view=print*,*start=0* -o log.txt http://www.example.com/forum/