More so agreeing with setting up a board to peg out the loom in such a way that it can be folded and transported between home and the workshop. There is merit to knowing your loom is right and there's less to have to wrap your head around down the line if something does go wrong
I agree.. but i'm just concerned about time really.
...... just to add, that there's a world of a difference between stripping back an old loom and building a new one .... I know which one I'd rather be doing
I don't want everything to be ready to go and then there's me with 10 miles of wiring getting stressed about everything working.
I think if I can get the current loom in good shape and the car running I will be happy. The innards of the car will be wide open, so if the need ever arose I'd say I could pull the looms out very quickly.