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We recently had a parts guy quit out of nowhere without any notice. Well they tried to hire a new guy but his driving record was too bad or something. So Wednesday as I was standing at the counter the parts manager asked if I wanted to work for her and I said yes. I moved from bein a tech to a parts guy yesterday. I wasn't making any hours to speak of as a tech and was about to fall behind on my bills so a steady set income will be nice even if it isn't a whole lot. My only problem is that there is always the potential to possibly make a lot of money bein a tech if it gets real busy, but at this point I can't wait for that. Also we are less then a month away from moving into a brand new dealership, and I really wanted to work in the new shop, but oh well. If parts doesn't work out I can always move back to bein a tech, too. I do like turning wrenches, but can't afford to. We'll see if I go stir crazy sitting at a pc all day, I know I sure won't miss all the cuts and grime though. Luckily I already knew the catalog and most of ADP so it was an easy transition. We'll see how it goes though, so far I'm liking it!