Curious about how to learn small engine repair? The kind, helpful folks over at HL Supply wrote a great article about learning small engine repair.
They also kindly created this slideshow presentation:
Click through this SlideShare presentation to read about their take on the viability of learning to fix small engines; how it could pan out as a career; and if you might want to start an outdoor power equipment repair business.
Their slides were also turned into a YouTube video aptly titled, “Should YOU Learn Small Engine Repair?“:
This video plays the slides a bit fast so you may prefer the ability to switch slides whenever you’re ready. Read at your own pace and use the SlideShare version above.
Why You Should Learn Small Engine Repair
The whole deal comes with a handy infographic which they’ve provided for us here:
Feel free to click and expand this infographic.
The outcome is their recommendation that, since parts like our performance cylinders and piston kits are readily available and often cheaper than buying any new outdoor power equipment, you should consider the fine occupation, and go learn small engine repair.