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#3: 10-07-2012, 08:57 PM
 
 byuandy
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Originally Posted by monkeyposeur View Post
Welcome to the site. I'm in SLC. I don't have any advice for you. It's not because you are a BYU fan either.
Haha - how did you know? And thanks.
I just bought my first home, have my first garage, investing in my first real set of tools. Replacing the axles last week was first use of my new facilities. So I'm excited about trying engine work, just not sure how much I can pull off with my couple minutes each evening after work, kids, etc. So hoping for a little direction as to what I should be looking specifically at, even if I would love to just dismantle everything, try machining, etc.