Scott from vermont here. I’ve been working on cars (and everything else) ever since I was little. Unlike will, my dad was not a mechanic and only worked on cars out of necessity because he didn’t have the money to take it to a shop. Him working on cars is where I first learned swear words. Up here in vermont rust is something you deal with every day and nothing comes apart without the blue wrench (torch). I’ve broken and stripped my fair share of nuts and bolts learning how not to use tools. I spent 7 years in the navy as an electronics technician and a couple years working at a ford dealership. I decided early on that fixing cars was a hobby and not how i wanted to earn a living. I’m currently a maintenance supervisor for keurig green mountain ( the k cup comany) and as a passtime, work on cars,atv’s,boats,snowmachines,dishwashers,refrigerators and pretty much anything with nuts and bolts. I found this place looking for a video on repairing an ax15 transmission and I have to say, the series will did is excellent. So that’s enough rambling. Thanks will for putting this together.
Scott thanks for joining 👍 I totally understand, it all sounds fun when we say it fast 😂 but once we get in it damn not so much fun lol. I’m a industrial mechanic as well! Awesome line of work I strive in that environment. Working automotive has made me a great controls tech as well. So many similarities. Thanks for joining