Air-Cooled Engine Assembly Video
Featuring Bill Schuster
VHS videotape; Running time: 1 hour and 55 min.
Rebuilding an air-cooled engine provides excellent training experience at minimal expense. This live-action video takes students step by step through the critical engine assembly process. Producer and presenter Bill Schuster chairs the Automotive Department at Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is the author of the textbook Small Engine Technology, an industry standard.
Price: $119 / Site license: $200 (unlimited copying for use at your school)
By William A. Schuster
This book presents a step-by-step introduction to understanding and troubleshooting the electrical systems of lawn and garden equipment powered by small gas and diesel engines.
Coverage ranges from basic electrical theory and circuits through circuit testing, starting and charging systems, and ignitions. Because the author does not rely on extensive use of mathematics to explain electrical theory, a wide range of readers can gain clear understanding of the topic. While components may differ, the theory also applies to other equipment such as motorcycles, snowmobiles, and watercraft.
Appropriate for beginning students through experienced technicians.
1-57074-262-6; 140 pages; 8-1/2" x 11"; paperback
List price: $29.95; school/web price $23.96
Power Equipment Electrical Systems—
VHS videotape; Running time: 55 minutes
Live-action video introduces students and technicians to the theory, circuitry, and testing/troubleshooting of the electrical systems of equipment powered by small air-cooled engines.
Producer Bill Schuster uses a minimal amount of math to explain theory—which makes clear understanding easy for a wide range of viewers. The video is suitable for classroom or individual study.
Sale price $49.95
Originally priced at $99