Roost Posted October 14, 2007 Share Posted October 14, 2007 Get a great education, makes lots of money and pay someone else to go through the aggravation of fixing everything you have fun breaking. If it's to late for that, get the Service Manual that the technicians use. I have it on CD, paper and a down load from another NPORA feller. I also have the Chilton and Haynes manuals. Between the three, you can usually get the information you need to either fix it right, or really screw it up. Also, find a really good mechanic that just plain loves wrenching to help you whenever you run into something that is just kicking your arse...oh yeah...feed him so he keeps coming back. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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