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post #9 of (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 09:38 PM
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I can feel you. Reading books and forum posts is a great starting point. I have the feeling you can build up knowledge this way. However, sometimes comments like lubricate this part or use some RTV helps a bit but for rookies the question is always HOW MUCH IS "SOME" RTV. I also watch YouTube videos in addition. After a while you get a feeling which channels are good and which are bad. Combine it with everything you learn here and in the shop manual and go make your hands dirty.

It is a great hobby and sometimes you will fail the first time, but I guess all of us did at the beginning.

Good luck

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