Your toolshop

Toolshops aren’t just for wood crafters and auto mechanics.

I’m in the process of repairing my 1980 Kawasaki KZ750 in my Austin garage. In Upstate New York, my neighbor was a motorcycle enthusiast, and had an exhaustive collection of tools. As much as I could, I’d enlist his help and borrow histools.

Now that I’m in Texas, his garage is a little out of reach. Enter Amazon stage left. At the same time, I have some new friends to inconvenience. My gas tank has sprung a leak and needed to be mended, soa friendgave me a welding putty/compound that didthe job.

The point is – gradually, I’m building out my toolshop. I brought a few tools with me to Texas; then, I bought some more, was given some more. Now I have a burgeoning arsenal of motorcycle repair products.

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Circuitous? Well, I had to mention the motorcycle.