.... "not much point telling me I'm doing it wrong ... I don't care ... this is how I do it" ...
Best quote of the 5th video. In so many of these procedures there's usually more than one "right way" of doing things. I love Brad's attitude on that.
When I owned/operated my warranty/service/repair shop for fifteen years (7k ft/sq facility, eighteen employees), I used to tell newer techs that "there is usually a hundred right ways to do most things". They knew I wasn't being literal, and took that statement as the general philosophy it was meant to be.
Nice vids. Keep on keepin' on!
Never Quit, Die Falling Forward 1996 900 CR. ... LOW ZOOT
As always there are slight differences in style/methods but there are more similarities than differences. This should be stickied on the site somewhere.
Good to know I am not the only aging mechanic making due with failing eyesight in a small part world!
anything you do different?
i have a pair of +3 glasses i look at collets with. i have to hold them between (guessing) 100 and 110mm from my face for the focal length to allow me to see anything , but they really help. i remember nick at valley desmo had "safety glasses" (you know the typical look) in generic prescription style, never seen that out here.
when i first started wearing glasses i had trouble picking the tools at sight on the bench, because they were suddenly all bigger.