Do you often wish you knew how to diagnose and fix a simple problem with your snow blower, chain saw or lawn mower? Four-stroke and two-stroke theory is the heart of what makes a small engine tick and will be discussed. You will learn the differences between “L-Head, OHV and OHC style engines as well as vertical and horizontal configurations. This course includes both classroom and shop instruction with a hands-on engine teardown and reassembly that integrates the how-it-works with the why-it-works. (Safety glasses required).
This series of classes is being taught by David Travers, Smith Vocational and Agricultural mechanics shop teacher for more than twenty-five years. Classes meet for two and a half hours once per week for six weeks.
Time: Mondays, 6:00 – 8:30 pm, September 9 - October 21, 2019 (no class October 14, Columbus Day) Cost: $225 for all six classes (plus $15 for materials payable to instructor)