Job is going well, I learned how to knock out the starter/generators on these golf carts, swapping worn brushes & wiring for nice new gear... not rocket science, but it took a little while to get the knack, LOL. Big boss stopped by the shop and liked what he saw, #2 boss liked it too, we're gonna make a good shop team when everything gets dialed in the way we want it. In the meantime it's steady full-time work, Monday thru Friday with full gubmint benefits, so I'm on it. I must admit I'm ready for a cold beer & a hot shower, it's a dirty & greasy job at times but at least it's honest dirt & grease, LOL. Hey, got a question for y'all, anybody here ever organize a fairly large shop set up for multiple machines and equipment? I'm gonna reorganize this monumental clusterf#% in due time, but it's a real mess right now, just about the worst I've ever seen... I'm still hurling trash and clearing the dust of centuries from the shelves, I've yet to start classifying & reorganizing parts, many of which are in bags or boxes so filthy that one can't even see the parts or read the numbers, 10-4? It's a mess, believe me, but all the new guys (myself included) wanna make it better, since a clean shop is a more efficient and productive shop. My first resolution is simple: keep the John Deere parts in one section, Toro parts in another, E-Z-GO parts in a third, generic parts in a fourth, etc. Once that's done, I can try to organize each section better so folks will actually be able to recognize and find the parts they need. It's a big job though, I'm talking about a $h!tload of parts, LOL. I was downright lucky today to find a buried box of brush kits for the carts, 17 kits in all which will certainly help get some of the down carts running. But if anyone has ideas on organizing many, many parts for a dozen different machines and pieces of equipment, I'm all ears... THE EASIEST WAY WOULD BE TO SIMPLY NUKE THE MAINTENANCE SHED, THEN START OVER AGAIN, LOL... CHEERS, YOUSE KNUCKLEHAIDS!!!