I live about two hours from the nearest town where you can get anything done (including engine repair). I've gone through a small engine course and have torn down and rebuilt a few engines. I want to start a small shop out of my backyard shed to service all those engines that folks take two hours away. This would include chainsaws, smaller engines (less the 10hp) used to move wheel irrigation lines, and maybe a few tillers thrown into the mix. I have started accumulating tools but would welcome any suggestions from those who do this for a living (or as a professional "hobby") about a minimum tool inventory. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.