I did this audit this morning. It took about 3 hours. I had the lead mechanic at my disposal, and he showed me where the special tools and equipment were located. That saved a lot of time.
Is there a lot of lifting of heavy tools? Or ladder climbing? I ask because this summer I went through having to recuperate from a large herniated disk, and have done great with the physical therapy, but wouldn't want to jeopardize my recovery by doing heavy lifting or a lot of stretching. TIA for your insight!
FYI do not be surprised that when you give available dates that you are assigned and suddenly you find that you've been assigned to go today and were not informed. Keep track of the dates you say that you are available. You will need to keep them open because the assigned date likely will show on your Shop Log but you will not be informed via email.
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Thanks for the info. No response, though. Jobs are just sitting on the board, and my spouse's application wont even go through. I think its because of being a new shopper, but they dont know about his mechanical experience.
I caved and snagged two of these up. One of them hit $175 and another hit $200. I couldn't pass it up. For that kind of money, I can figure it out or kindly ask for help from an associate It seems pretty okay, but my print shop doesn't carry the large paper. Do you suppose 11x14 would be okay? I called ahead and they told me that was the largest they have and that it may take extra time because of a finicky printing machine.