I had my 9 year old son helping me do my swap. Man, he schooled me. That boy had the biggest grin on his face when he was helping me. He just jumped right in. It was a great time. I want to do another swap.
THAT'S GREAT! Glad to see people have their family involved, great thing for father son bonding too. I love working on cars, it can get very frustrating but I just love it. I always have, I love the sound, I love the smell, hot burning rubber and methanol is the best smell ever. Mix in a little bit of dirt flying through the air and you got a great dirt track race going on! I am a firm believer in the best way to learn is to do, you can ask as many questions as you want, read as much as you want, no question it will help but getting in there and going for it will help you learn a lot. Making mistakes is the same way, just like learning to drive, go to a track or an empty parking lot with minimal to no poles to hit, spin out a few times. You will get better. EXPERIENCE