Type: Posts; User: jdagboy
on the plus side you could sale all the warning lights and the things you dont need
if this is maintained like they say and its a diesel the motor is just getting broke in. you can go around 10,000 miles on an service. semi's go round 15-20,000 on services. im a diesel mechanic....
i was wondering if any company's are hiring in the columbus seymour indiana area. anyone now how hfi out of bloomington ind is to work for?? i know they do alot of commercial in this area
thinks everyone for all the input getting some really good ideas. i hope this helps out some other people as well. i think i will be using most of these ideas.
i would look in to penn foster online classes. they send you everything you need. i went through them last year i think it was less than a grand i think. like you i went to collage for auto...
i believe that winnelson/ midway here in town about 3 miles or so. not sure what all they carry or prices. might be worth it to go and talk to them and see what they offer.
going on my own for the time being untill i can find a part time company or full time possibly
thanks for the good info im going to have to remember this one
want to say congrates on your new job. i think i would have done the same thing you just done no questions asked
i really never thought of doing that way sounds like a good idea. i have a lop top that i plan on taking with me for billing and everything else.
so most of the smaller parts will be universal like the relays and safety switches ect will interchange. i dont want to have a van full of parts but at the same time i dont wont to have to run to...
i think mine would be my ratchet wrenches saves alot of time. i would say well worth the money
im new to this line of work and i would like to now what kind of replacement parts i should carry with me. are most of the basic parts interchangeable between the brands or should i carry parts for...
i have a razor blade pocket knife from sears works great. when the blade get dulls turn it around or change it out with a new one
sounds like they are very lucky not have had a fire. glad you found all of this before it turned out bad
good luck hope you can get it fixed or replaced to so the lest
i think you should go to work for him and get your experience and all that you can before you think about starting your own company. i think that is a great opportunity for you
i would go with fluke if it was me
so i just got my license for indiana. so what kind of advice could you give me..
so should i go out and buy the basic tools or see what the company will provide.
are they any good places to work...
i found this site last night and decided to join. looks like a lot of good info on here. so i went through penn foster to get my certification and i just took my test last week and...