paul stratton
paul stratton

geesh,can you come to my house,yur pretty awsome

10 минутын өмнө
Gary Landry
Gary Landry

ANDREW I'AM IMPRESSED WITH YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF ENGINES AND YOUR PATIENCE, WELL DONE, I WOULD HIRE YOU IN A MINUTE, I ASSUME YOU HAD A GOOD TEACHER IN LIFE, YOUR FATHER AND OF COURSE YOUR MOM??? I LIKE YOUR NO QUIT ATTITUDE IT WILL TAKE YOU FAR IN LIFE.,I ENJOYED YOUR VIDEO AND EVEN LEARNED A THING OR TWO....THANK YOU!!!!!!

27 минутын өмнө
George R Rust
George R Rust

Beethoven...what a nice touch. Thank you Andrew.

28 минутын өмнө
Paul Kochis
Paul Kochis

Just wondered if you ever used a drag mat to finish off your top soil work. We made one out chain link fence. We took a 6 foot by 8 foot section of fence, sandwiched two 2 by 6 by 6 foot planks on one end. We added an eye bolt on each end of the boards, ran a chain thru them and hooked the chain to our tractor and dragged it around taking out all our tracks. Works best on dry topsoil.

30 минутын өмнө
gabethedizzle
gabethedizzle

"Imma gonna mix this in the back of a dump truck." Ohhh NOOOOOOOooooooooo

35 минутын өмнө
jackie oman
jackie oman

Is there anything you can not do ?

38 минутын өмнө
N G
N G

I've always been highly mechanical, I should start looking into picking up a pair of waverunners and fix them up. New ones are WAY expensive.

42 минутын өмнө
NRCustom
NRCustom

Haha nice update for the armchair experts!

47 минутын өмнө
Aaron Kashmer
Aaron Kashmer

So I was sitting here thinking.... A Gabion Wall... do you know what those are? That would do good back there.. Insurance for any Hill slides/ erosion there.

48 минутын өмнө
Perry
Perry

How many times did you have to sharpen the chain with all those rocks around?

50 минутын өмнө
Andrew Camarata
Andrew Camarata

Perry That was one chain, the trick is not to hit rocks, they dull the chain instantly. But those little spruce trees will still cut pretty easy with dull chain.

6 минутын өмнө
N G
N G

That's a cool trick to get out a broken bolt, washer and nut welded, never thought about that. I will keep that in mind.

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sillyitis
sillyitis

Would've loved to see a 42 minute video of you trying to get up the ice hill repeating, 'I can't Even...' "no matter what I do..." " You're never gonna...." "look at how slipp...i mean..." ..... an entire 42 minutes next time, Camarata.

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consruction1
consruction1

I have had 3 yellow labs in my life time. Now on my fourth. There the best. Happy BD Levi. Whet a nice film you made of his 13 BD yours to have for ever. Had A happy tear watching is. THANKS for the sweet film.

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LongBinh70
LongBinh70

Time to get MY old Dodge ready for plowing (CT). Yessir, momentum is your friend. I've gotten the plow frame high-centered on nothing more than a pile of snow at the end of my parking lot. Makes you feel really stupid. Looks like I'll be checking the linkage on my transfer case before the snow flies!

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Daryl C. Jackson
Daryl C. Jackson

Great job man. But there must be a "take your shirt off gene"? I'm 6'3", about 240lbs and in good shape but I never take off my shirt in public. What's up wit dat shirt off thing man? Just kidding man. Keep up the great videos

2 цагийн өмнө
Del Whylie
Del Whylie

I always wanted to build a pickup by using an International truck where the entire fiberglass hood flipped up to access the entire engine. Cutting the frame down to 4in and plate the in side. Its up to you what to use for power and drive train. Myself a diesel T444, I guess its also a Ford Power Stroke with a 6 speed Alison automatic. I was certified mechanic by International many years ago when the very first T444 electronic diesels came out in school bus's, but; only for a couple years. I remember they had a few bug's. I was so impressed by the design of that engine. I worked on many gas engine's and some older diesel's like the 671 Detroit. But; nothing was like that HUIE injection system. Thanks Andrew for all the great video's.

2 цагийн өмнө
armstrong george
armstrong george

Well looks like the kids are going to be late for school .

2 цагийн өмнө
BriZZell
BriZZell

whats a good 50 go for cost wise

2 цагийн өмнө
John
John

@18:50 That's a nice front yard!

2 цагийн өмнө
Del Whylie
Del Whylie

Contact Military surplus you need at least a couple cannon's befitting to a king and his Castle. And you need a draw bridge. Their was a tank at the in the parking lot at Sisseton SD. American Legion parking lot for many years. Even for you to build replica using your old sprockets, scrap iron and your imagination You already know the satisfaction from building things. Maybe a heavy frame old vehichle you can build around to look like a mini tank. The cannon's you could replicate no problem.

2 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

ممن

2 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

َوشر

2 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

نننننن

2 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

ننن

2 цагийн өмнө
Ron's Easy Fix
Ron's Easy Fix

That stump should have had holes drilled in it and stump rot put in it years ago.

2 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

وو

2 цагийн өмнө
Joe G.P.
Joe G.P.

that thing barely has any pain left on it

2 цагийн өмнө
minelab technologies
minelab technologies

Andrew is the best person in the world.....there i said it

2 цагийн өмнө
D Grass
D Grass

OH No.. How did I miss this one.. Going back through and watching them again.. I'm Hooked ?? Texas

3 цагийн өмнө
Hidden Valley Homestead
Hidden Valley Homestead

3RD TIME WATCHING THIS! Such a great vid Andrew!!!

3 цагийн өмнө
R Smitdog
R Smitdog

All of the cost removing the rocks, would it have been cheaper to bring fill dirt and build up area over the slab and re pour the entire slab ?

3 цагийн өмнө
Roaming Gnome
Roaming Gnome

3:40 for a moment there I was hoping he was going to bury it.

3 цагийн өмнө
117bd
117bd

So far video's i have seen no one cleans anything before or after repair. I remove all covers and clean everything before repairing. Am i wasting my time by doing so?

3 цагийн өмнө
Mark Holbrook
Mark Holbrook

thanks for the info, I appreciate it.

3 цагийн өмнө
Graham Wagner
Graham Wagner

Really cool videos, and I like the build. I’m just wondering if anybody else is the problem with a trampoline on the rooftop.

3 цагийн өмнө
Bobs Youruncle
Bobs Youruncle

One hell of a truck!

4 цагийн өмнө
shockerjride01
shockerjride01

only thing I gotta disagree with is the concrete workers they should've used a vibratory unit to get the trapped air out of the concrete when they were pouring the header

4 цагийн өмнө
Richard Holbeck
Richard Holbeck

8:30 "So this is what you don't want to happen. Now I did that on purpose to show you what you want to avoid. Yah, that's it, to show YOU." (grin) .. Andrew, you are the best! :) .. Even the best mechanic will occasionally scrape a knuckle. The better ones do it less often. The best ones? As soon as I meet one, I'll let you know. :) (But I might be looking at one, right now!)

4 цагийн өмнө
Lemuel Seale
Lemuel Seale

21:55 when you get constipated, and after the plug pops out hell is unleashed from your anus

4 цагийн өмнө
Epluribusunum
Epluribusunum

For the love of God please; 1. Stop referring to concrete blocks as CINDER blocks. 2. Stop referring to concrete as CEMENT. 3. Stop using an adjustable wrench backwards...this goes for you too Abom79!

4 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

ولننلننخخ

4 цагийн өмнө
Mohamad Gharaibeh
Mohamad Gharaibeh

مننمننهههل

4 цагийн өмнө
Za Ril
Za Ril

bulldozers very powerful👍

4 цагийн өмнө
R Smitdog
R Smitdog

Let's see what happens, Let's do it !!!

4 цагийн өмнө
pauk48
pauk48

экскаватором делать замес раствора да и еще в кузове машины это ГЕНИАЛЬНО!!!

4 цагийн өмнө
David Hunt
David Hunt

how much do you bid for a job like this?

4 цагийн өмнө
andy man
andy man

I just learned a whole shit load.....thanks fellas gonna start working on my drive way

5 цагийн өмнө
Henry Simar
Henry Simar

give a tour of the castle

5 цагийн өмнө
Cody Sheridan
Cody Sheridan

Interesting with the weight calculations. I decided to use leftover 17mm form ply I had laying around vs some 2mm steel sheet. The form ply is as tough as nails so far and a big weight saving on a 4.5m 2800kg gvm trailer.

5 цагийн өмнө
wauhat1
wauhat1

Is the ground always so wet where you work?

5 цагийн өмнө
My Trusty Steed
My Trusty Steed

what was the point of those wholes he drilled into the muffler with the cut off screws?

5 цагийн өмнө
Andrew Camarata
Andrew Camarata

I put rivets in those holes.

5 цагийн өмнө
My Trusty Steed
My Trusty Steed

what was the point of those wholes he drilled into the muffler with the cut off screws?

5 цагийн өмнө
Tom Fischer
Tom Fischer

Nice work Andrew. The defects called by the engineer I call to be her fault. The engineer needs to identify issues with quality of the dirt and placement of the laterals ahead of time, and make that clear. Not your fault.

6 цагийн өмнө
UTubeGlennAR
UTubeGlennAR

>^. .^< Yes, looking Good Mr. C. Perhaps Edit in a chunk of footage each year as you do a symilar fly by each time of that yellow headge line and re publishing would interest many of your following as a follow up???? Aloha, Glennnnn

6 цагийн өмнө
ERIC EDMUND
ERIC EDMUND

IN 2020 THAT THING IS A ANTIQUE

6 цагийн өмнө
David Johnson
David Johnson

My old dog looks like your dog many years ago ! boy I miss my dog !!

6 цагийн өмнө
Elliot Davison
Elliot Davison

Hello Andrew! I was wondering, how do you advertise your work? Do you use any websites or apps? do you call yourself a "handy man"? or is it all just word of mouth? I'm active duty military and want to start doing side jobs on the weekends! thanks!

6 цагийн өмнө
Brian Brewster
Brian Brewster

Wanted to share my story. I lived on a farm property I rented and out front near the house (of course) it was swampy as hell. Turns out the township had a culvert running under the road but - SURPRISE - wouldn't spring for a canal structure which ran along powerlines on the edge of my property. And worse - there were buried gas pipes (defunct, so I was assured) right along that area, so operating heavy equipment was completely out. I really would've rented a small excavator like yours to save myself a couple afternoons of heavy laboring but it was just too risky. And so I hand dug this two-foot wide trench for hundreds of yards. The nice thing was that the ever-flowing water aided in widening and deepening my man-made channel. But the greatest part of this outcome: no more swamp! Almost overnight, all that lingering, stinky water which had no place to drain to, simply vanished. Also, I managed to dig this canal long enough that I met up with an old pond towards the rear of my property which expanded a habitat for frogs, fishes, and turtles. Everyone was a winner.

6 цагийн өмнө
Brian Brewster
Brian Brewster

Sorry - but that was a very sloppy tree take down. But yea, I get it. Ash was dead, better push it down than risk a climber going up in this rotten thing. Lucky for you that some woods nearby. Some people are screwed as there is nowhere to fell a tree without hitting a neighbor's fence, homeowner's pool or car port, etc. Why people wait until a tree is stone cold dead BEFORE getting professional tree help is beyond me. Thought that pond would be better sculpted. Me thinks they went low budge on this project. Too bad you can't post a screenshot of your CHECK for the job you do. Seeing a monetary amount might explain a lot about the selection of equipment and time spent on task at your job sites. Wow - that spring really is running clear. Nice place for the doggies to cool off in the dead of summer. And yes, very smart move to throw rocks at the egress point to form a makeshift wash. Excellent work there, Andrew.

6 цагийн өмнө
Jonas andersson
Jonas andersson

you need some cheeps!

7 цагийн өмнө
R. Gallo
R. Gallo

If I add up all the extra time spent on the toilet due to AC it’d be significant; time well spent, time well spent...

7 цагийн өмнө
itaintmebabe99
itaintmebabe99

Can someone please tell me what’s wrong with me ? I am not a mechanic nor do I have any heavy duty equipment, but here I am early in the morning, with a cup of coffee, mesmerized by this video.

7 цагийн өмнө
just1Nic
just1Nic

Now I have to go work on my truck...

7 цагийн өмнө
MrBlackkn
MrBlackkn

You have to Use gloves andrew. Hello from turkey.

7 цагийн өмнө
Roaming Gnome
Roaming Gnome

Boy that old boat reminds me of my dad. He bought one just like that and fixed it up. We had a cabin in New Hampshire where there was a lake. He passed when I was 12 back in 1977. I miss those times with him.

8 цагийн өмнө
Justine-Paula Robilliard
Justine-Paula Robilliard

Andrew is an artist! So very neat and precise!

8 цагийн өмнө
James Lund
James Lund

Just push down on it , oh I didn't know you were off the ground. LOL

8 цагийн өмнө
Ryan Lee
Ryan Lee

You get yourself under some interesting projects It's been pretty fun watching your videos I haven't been watching for very long I cannot just Came across your channel You just do things differently than I do which is good I own some equipment No where near the level of what you have lol keep up the good work it's been great I'm sorry you get negative cruises On here Recliner quarterbacks

8 цагийн өмнө
Charles Murphy
Charles Murphy

I don’t think that brush hog was designed for cutting down trees.

8 цагийн өмнө
Trapper Bill
Trapper Bill

those armchair engineers can watch another channel they don't have to watch yours so don't worry about what they say they are just wishing they could do what you do they are the ones that pay others to do those jobs that you do so keep on keeping on God has Blessed you with the talent to do all the things you that you can do.

9 цагийн өмнө
ERIC EDMUND
ERIC EDMUND

WHY NOT A ELEVATOR ANDREW ????????

9 цагийн өмнө
Ky5
Ky5

Never run your bolts through a die but instead use a wire brush.

9 цагийн өмнө
Haris Halim
Haris Halim

That island so beautiful.. Why not you build a small cabin on the island.. The island become more beautiful..

9 цагийн өмнө
Ron Mier
Ron Mier

Very entertaining, fascinating and impressive watching this one-man (with his heavy equipment) do all the work from removing stumps to laying a very effective driveway in the woods. Well-done video presentation, including fast-forwarding at appropriate times.

9 цагийн өмнө
carryclass
carryclass

now i have seen everything

10 цагийн өмнө
Timothy Kowalik
Timothy Kowalik

i hope this guy doesn't build bridges like he builds driveways

10 цагийн өмнө
whitey george
whitey george

My wife treats the dog better than me now at 47 she,s started screwing around . Hope she leaves soon. Likes my new house tho. Shes a shiftworker in a hospice.

10 цагийн өмнө
Антон Кулначев
Антон Кулначев

Good gob Andrew! Respect!

10 цагийн өмнө
Troyboy
Troyboy

Its a KoRn world good tunes

10 цагийн өмнө
Борис Дроздов
Борис Дроздов

Hi, Andrew, have you ever considered using of concrete bucket skid steer loader attachment like these ones: mnclip.info/WsWYZZE74q4-%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html or mnclip.info/mitWso5fY6Q-%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BE.html if it's deemed reasonable and appropriate for you to mix & and pour concrete where ever required on site?

11 цагийн өмнө
ERIC EDMUND
ERIC EDMUND

IT'S MIND BOGGLING TO ME THAT ANDREW CAN FIX ANYTHING HE MUST OF BEEN BORNED WITH THIS TALENT.

11 цагийн өмнө
dloglesby57
dloglesby57

Andrew, NEVER think any of your videos would be boring. I for one am very interested in what you do, and Loved and enjoy your videos. Thank you so much for filming and sharing..

12 цагийн өмнө
_ski2live_
_ski2live_

Andrew, is that your Pops at the end of the video? Outstanding video btw!

12 цагийн өмнө
Ben German
Ben German

Note to self. Buy stock in krylon when Andrew starts new project.

13 цагийн өмнө
jackie oman
jackie oman

You should be a doctor you could fix me lol with a drop of this and that take away all my old broken pieces and fix them 😎😎😎you so cool and you never stop

13 цагийн өмнө
jackie oman
jackie oman

You should be a doctor you could fix me lol with a drop of this and that take away all my old broken pieces and fix them 😎😎😎you so cool and you never stop

13 цагийн өмнө
MrScott4020
MrScott4020

Get an auger for your skidsteer, you'll through that pto auger away afterwards. 🤣

13 цагийн өмнө
Charles Owens
Charles Owens

Thankyou

14 цагийн өмнө
p52457
p52457

Andrew, You have 85,000 people tell you not use a wire brush on machined surfaces yet you still have the best videos on MNclip. I learn from both you and your experts that are helping you grow.

14 цагийн өмнө
JERRY JAMES
JERRY JAMES

I enjoyed your computer video. Been there, done that. I have worked with computers and PCs since 1968. I first worked on an NCR 500 Posting computer doing patient accounting at our local hospital. Our monitor was a big cabinet of diodes we could read binary codes. We input the data using a big keyboard with rows of numbers. To input the letters "ABC" we would start all the way to the left aof the keyboard and press the number 2 the first row from 1 at the bottom through at the 0 at the top). A was 21 starting with the number 2 and a 1 in the next row to the right. B was 22 so we pressed the third row number to the right with a 2 in the third row and a 2 in the fourth row. C was 23. using a 2 in the 5th row and a 3 in the sixth row. We looked at the banks of lighted diodes to verify ABC. Such fun and we got to be pretty good. My first PC was an Epson laptop with a led display about three inches wide and an inch high. This allowed us to actually see the letters and or numbers. The program came on an EPROM. It was pretty good for a laptop. My wife took care of our bookkeeping on that thing and was really reluctant to give it up for a new IBM 386. We did not have internet back in those days but we did have bulletin board s with MIT using a 300 baud telco modem. I kept all the PC that I bought and put together until it was just too depressing to think about all the money I had spent on computer stuff. I smashed all of the old ones and destroyed old hard drives. My newest is now five years old with only 8gb of RAM and 500GB SSD and 3Tb storage drive. I have 1Gb LAN and 1Gb cable modem. I probably will not need anything faster because I can no longer keep up. with the 6 PCs in the house and a server in the shop. Care and feeding of these seven takes far too much time. Keep up the good work Andrew. Our world is a better place with you in it. JB

14 цагийн өмнө
Shady Kiwi
Shady Kiwi

bloody hell Andrew get an auto garage door opener

14 цагийн өмнө
ERIC EDMUND
ERIC EDMUND

LEVI ONE SWEET DOG.

14 цагийн өмнө
Shady Kiwi
Shady Kiwi

will its become a thing now.. Andrews channel has overtaken the TV/Netflex this channel is awesome . Good stuff Andrew and thanks heaps keep them coming. Oh ps if your hiring id move from new zealand and come work with you for sure.....

14 цагийн өмнө
ERIC EDMUND
ERIC EDMUND

LEVI SWEET DOG.

15 цагийн өмнө
Gary Benninger
Gary Benninger

It’s been a year, you probably already know. You have double clutch. There’s so much weight on that transmission you have to disengage the clutch to release the gear and then re-engage the clutch, allowing it to match the speed of the engine so it matches the next gear. The speed of the truck will prevent you from getting in to gears to high or too low. It takes some time to get a feel for it.

15 цагийн өмнө
007 More
007 More

Has anybody seen ur x girlfriend after she did the chain saw vid..

15 цагийн өмнө
Antonio Romero
Antonio Romero

Cuánto cuesta vivir al mes en ese lugar?

15 цагийн өмнө
cringy child
cringy child

Why didnt you just hold the bar when using the tire machine???

15 цагийн өмнө
John Coops
John Coops

Spends hundreds of hours building a driveway. Spends hundreds of hours digging up driveway to install electrical service. Spends hundreds of hours re-building driveway. DUMB.

15 цагийн өмнө
KarasCyborg
KarasCyborg

Too bad you didn't have a forestry mulcher , you could just grind those trees down in place to wood chips. Add a stump grinder auger bit to recess the tree stumps below the ground level.

15 цагийн өмнө