Sure, WrenchMonster can fix motorcycles. But what about other engines— abused four-wheelers, a 1995 truck, a low-end gas-powered blower that hadn’t worked in years? These are weekend machines used out in the country by city folk (yours truly) with little aptitude or attention to the care and maintenance of machines. In other words, these machines were running, if at all, on their last legs.
To my amazement WrenchMonster had them all of them running in a few hours, better than they’ve run in years! And they even kept working after WrenchMonster departed, always a good thing. WrenchMonster also instructed us on some basics to keep vehicles running better, like:
Stuff to put in gas to keep it from going bad when not used for months, where to get it, how to use it.
Leave vehicles full of (treated) gas when parked a long time without running and WrenchMonster explained why in a way that this non-mechanic even understood. Easy stuff that probably was in the owner’s manual, which I fully intended to read, but never did.
WrenchMonster also knows how to hang a ceiling fan. I’m just sayin’.
Plus, WrenchMonster is quiet, neat, frugal, and doesn’t make you feel stupid for not knowing WrenchMonster stuff. WrenchMonster knows it for you, and doesn’t rub it in, making him one of the nicest monster I know!