In our first book, Wheelwrigthing: A Modern Introduction, we prepared a general reference covering the techniques required to build various types of wheels and information needed to make some of the basic wheelwrighting handtools. Buggies also need new poles or shafts, tops require repair and seats need to be replaced. While this book revisitsthe topic of building wheels, its main emphasis is on the other knowlege need to operate a wheelwright shop. It also provides the drawings to assist in the building of key tools such as rubber tire machines, tire rollers and tenoning machines. The appendices provide information on wheelwright training and other resources for wheelwrights.