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Career change?

Looking at a career change- is there customer interest in an independent diesel wrench in the Midwest?


Where would be a good focus on diesels, as far as training is concerned?
Ford/IH Dodge/Cummins, or a specialty shop with a focus on one particular brand?

Your feedback here in MW is needed. Currently I'm in Janesville, WI...
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the mid west seems to catching on to the diesel scene pretty quick.

GL on your decision.

im still alive and kickin...find me on FB..."StrokerX1"
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the mid west seems to catching on to the diesel scene pretty quick.

GL on your decision.

Thanks Joe. The decision is a tough one, or should I say, which direction in diesel do I go? There's so many new areas that are comin alive, finally. Being from a farm I knew long ago the advantages of these motors. Now, families want them in their VW Jetta station wagons!? But, I've gotta be realistic too, in the sense of responsibilty to our family to be. IE, will it support a household?
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