Illuminator LED Work Light on a tripod stand. I bought mine at a local Bomgaars store for $79.99 on sale. Here is the Amazon link:
I love that the light mount can be removed and used as a floor or bench mount. Think about working under your vehicle or hanging from a ceiling.
Rating I give: 1-10 (1= poor 10= outstanding) stars.
Price Point: 10
Ease of repair: Unknown
Assembly: 9 (Caution with small handle screws. They want to strip easily.)
Do you have questions or are looking for one on one mentorship on a project? Email me for info @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click the links to playlists: (entire list link is the last one)
Harley Twin Cam:
“Every Mechanic Should Know This Training”:
Wheels, tires, brakes:
Fuel, air, intake:
All playlists by type:
You will see that many of the tips and procedures used are universal for skill sets “every mechanic should know” and that the biggest value to my videos is the teaching of these skills that are not found in a service manual.
I often get asked this question:
Q: How does one learn these skill sets “every mechanic should know” if they are not found in a manual?
A: NUMBER 1…..GET DIRTY and start wrenching.
-Find a seasoned craftsman to mentor under
-Tech schools can significantly speed this time up
-Research, read, watch YouTube videos
Tip: You will never learn it all from one source or in a short time period. No matter what craft you are trying to master, YOU must be dedicated and put the time in. THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO LEARN THAN DOING! I will say it again, you must actually do the work to master it. You cannot just watch or read about it and master anything.
You want to be a master bike builder, mechanic, welder, nurse, carpenter or you fill in the blank?
-Don’t take for granted opportunities to learn deeper
-Be humble and seek advice
-Be intentional with your learning plan
-Don’t blame a school, job or your parents for not giving you ever answer, go get it!
I teach a motorcycle/powersports technician program at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, Iowa. These videos are used for review of labs for students and creating a deeper understanding of the lesson/skill set. As there is often more than one way of doing something, may you enjoy this free information as much as our students do in person. PLEASE HIRE OUR GRADUATES!
If you would like more info on the program feel free to contact me @ 712-274-8733 ext 1204 or email email@example.com
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