Digging out stumps

15-Iyn, 2019
1 026 656 Ko‘rishlar soni

Digging out stumps around a house.
Video fixing tractor steering: uzworld.info/player/video/goHEnJt5htOxi4g

  • This one means that grinding the stomp its just on the outside because roots still there??

    sheersunsheersun4 kun oldin
  • Damn that trailer is fucked 😂 love the videos man

    Pat BeauPat Beau8 kun oldin
  • 42.2439827, -73.9506812

  • I always wonder what he charges for jobs.

    Aubry CrawfordAubry Crawford19 kun oldin
  • Just wondering if you were going to put up more videos and when

    Jonathan AbeelJonathan Abeel21 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • My friend, you are the man. I love EVERYTHING about you especially the passion to getting shit done. Even how you communicate with the viewers. Don't let the haters point the few mistakes you make and not point out all the positive that you do.

    Juan Carlos MunozJuan Carlos MunozOy oldin
  • I would remove or top any tree that could reach my house or car

    Bill PhillipsBill PhillipsOy oldin
  • I thought the title said "Digging out simps"

    SaksenSaksenOy oldin
  • Best music ever

    Dan TarverDan TarverOy oldin
  • You need a service brake switch, which acts like he's pushing the brake pedal to the floor as long as it is switched on. Those also activate the trailer brakes. Additionally the trailer could have a foot on both sides you can flip down and which locks in place.

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • You definitely need a stone burrier for such jobs. Those attachments makes it super easy to get rid of rocks, gras roots and leftovers from the trees and leaves you with a nice new finish for a new lawn. You can do a second shallow path after spreading fertilizer or some black earth to mix it evenly with the top soil.

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Thats not a machine....THIS is a MACHINE!

    J OttersonJ OttersonOy oldin
  • Years of practice on the Skill Crane as a kid put to good use ;)

    Proud AmericanProud AmericanOy oldin
  • Where is this located?

    Stephen Safran iiiStephen Safran iiiOy oldin
  • The sound track starting at 25.20 is sick as hell!!

    Victor MoscosoVictor MoscosoOy oldin
  • The reason that tractor is not protected underneath is because it is a farm tractor not a construction tractor. All fords and John Deere tractors that are commercial are yellow .thats not to say that the tractor won’t work out good for what you are doing.

    Herbert BracyHerbert BracyOy oldin
  • Iiinniil o ii pppoñjijikkiikkikķi

    Carmen esther NicoleCarmen esther NicoleOy oldin
  • Do you own these machines, or rent them?

    truthclipstruthclipsOy oldin
  • A true craftsman, and I think you need a bigger trailer.

    Bob WBob WOy oldin
  • Mafh8bàl as

    Carl RhoomsCarl RhoomsOy oldin
  • that second excavator looks a little bit too big & heavy for that trailer

    Alex LemarAlex Lemar2 oy oldin
  • "We need a Bigger machine"

    Shaun OllertonShaun Ollerton2 oy oldin
  • I just want to tell you that I enjoy watching your videos but my question to you is do you ever take a day off.

    michael shirleymichael shirley2 oy oldin
  • Great videos

    ncrpejxincrpejxi2 oy oldin
  • i just wonder how this moron keeps anything running the way he abuses everything lololol its all junk when he bought this iron lolol

    no microsoftno microsoft2 oy oldin
  • Hello. Have you tried to burn the stumps? we make a fire over the stump and it burns for a while and nothing remains of it except the roots

    mrmr2 oy oldin
  • Watching throw a stump with the excavator was amazing.

    Evan WasseramanEvan Wasseraman2 oy oldin
  • Such an improvement. Lovely yard

    Jean HawkenJean Hawken2 oy oldin
  • I had a New Holland 33 horsepower tractor similar to that about 10 years ago. I drove over some brush and ripped out some wires underneath the differential, a really stupid idea and design! I ended up having to bypass a few of their stupid safety switches in order to get to work done.

    Kerry WareKerry Ware2 oy oldin
  • New project protect the under side of your tractor - skid plates 😀✌

    troy5007troy50072 oy oldin
  • I’d be curious on how much this job would cost. I paid $300 just to have a landscaper grind one water oak stump into mulch.

    James NastoJames Nasto2 oy oldin
  • 1:16 all right then, that's one stump down

    Arnold LayneArnold Layne2 oy oldin
  • It's the commercial they're dropping during this video

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • Amnesty for 11 million people but because you were born in another country if you commit a crime you can still be deported after you pay your penalties do your time

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • maybe you have one, but a 8’ landscape rake would collect all them roots and rocks and save some time

    Robert PowersRobert Powers2 oy oldin
  • I’m not trying to be nosey, just genuinely curious.. I wonder what Andrew charges an hour or he comes up with a quote just by looking at what needs to be done

    Samuel BishopSamuel Bishop2 oy oldin
  • You had to know what was coming at 6:37. Andrew always goes big.

    aboversiteaboversite2 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/n4qXiq-CmqPFZoA Would any of these be better than digging

    Steve TSteve T2 oy oldin
  • Needs to be cleaned up by a stone picker machine.

    Scottish Norfolk Southern FanScottish Norfolk Southern Fan2 oy oldin
  • 10:50 Music?

    Denni DriverDenni Driver2 oy oldin
  • Dude your yanmar needs a new thumb

    Dirt BruteDirt Brute2 oy oldin
  • It's odd, but tracks like on the skid steer leave the ground looking better than the tires of that tractor.

    ACoustaDCACoustaDC2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, Is it possible for you to have a live video forum for your viewers to ask any questions they may have about your work and experiences. If somehow you could notify all your viewers of the date and time and you could pick the questions you think you would like to answer. I think it could be very interesting to watch.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.2 oy oldin
  • ANDREW LOOK WHAT YOU WENT AND DID! Got mini 2018 k008-3 with 2 hrs for home use. Retired 75 Vietnam Vet one working arm, that excavator is lots of fun.

    ArizVernArizVern3 oy oldin
  • You live in an amazing area, that topography is great

    banana_split961banana_split9613 oy oldin
  • How wide is that digging bucket

    David SchwindtDavid Schwindt3 oy oldin
  • I am assuming Levi is 14yrs, wow

    SuperKwame1SuperKwame13 oy oldin
  • Only those of us who have attempted to dig out a stump with an axe and shovel know how truly gratifying this video feels. I have a BH77 on the back of my Kubota and I have dug out monster stumps with it but it took all day. It is mind boggling the amount of force that it takes to remove even a small stump. Love that E100!

    Richard WilsonRichard Wilson4 oy oldin
  • That property looks a million times better now, You do very good job Andrew! Keep it up!

    Shoot Luck GamingShoot Luck Gaming4 oy oldin
  • I feel like the Hitachi tore the guys yard apart a lot less than the Yanmar did.Saves you time, keeps the yard more intact. Seems win, win if you ask me. :)

    The LopergizerThe Lopergizer4 oy oldin
  • dammit ive seen this one awreddy. flush it ill watch it again

    goodwood877goodwood8774 oy oldin
  • What a hack. Go back to the hand shovel.

    578Beta578Beta4 oy oldin
  • Andrew,................animal loving, tractor driving, all around cool guy.

    Steve TSteve T4 oy oldin
  • If you rearrange the letters in YANMAR, you get ANDREW CARAMARTA and I think that's beautiful.

    namiasdfnamiasdf4 oy oldin
  • 22:36 that roof needs some scraping too ;P

    NorthwindsNorthwinds4 oy oldin
  • let's face it...the man is an artist

    Bill ConantBill Conant4 oy oldin
  • 1:42 You cen use "Milling the grubber for root trunks": uzworld.info/player/video/r6PHq5R3pauVgXg

    Stanisław KStanisław K4 oy oldin
  • Damn Andrew! Rough unload. I expect performance out of the master. That was a nice save though!

    MrLendermanGamingMrLendermanGaming4 oy oldin

    Donald JosephDonald Joseph5 oy oldin
  • Nine out of ten people, even professionals, do not know how to dig stumps. They try to pull them up with the boom. Even on the most powerful excavators and backhoes the bucket has the strongest breakout force. This man knows what he is doing.

    Daddio7Daddio75 oy oldin
  • Andrew please dont acknowledge the haters , not sure why people dislike videos.. i have seen your welds they are for the most part are PRETTY .. , you do an amazing job in what ever you are doing, i love how you take junk and repurposed stuff and make it WELL worth the investment,, i wish you would pore a slab in front of your garage door . first though put in drainage line with cloth then riverrock then your slab,,, that way when you was gold it wonk make yard a mess . ill bet you could post a video of grass growing and it would get a 1000,000 views , peopel like you make america great and built america , Let see your other half (girl friend) or boy.. didnt want to offend anyone...

    Ed ShopRagEd ShopRag5 oy oldin
  • can you make one of these machines to grind up all that crap uzworld.info/player/video/bLPHr6uwiKKqpGM

    Steve TSteve T5 oy oldin
  • I love the NES retro arcade music lol.

    uliszulisz5 oy oldin
  • Nice is not biggest word the work is great.

  • Seeing that Hitachi work is so satisfying. I love every video it’s in.

    Rich WilsonRich Wilson6 oy oldin
  • Motu platu

    Manisha PoudelManisha Poudel6 oy oldin
  • Motu plalu

    Manisha PoudelManisha Poudel6 oy oldin
  • I like watching stump removal.

    StubbykcaStubbykca6 oy oldin
  • What’s up with all the people don’t take very good care of their property in upstate New York it seems like you’re always clean up everybody else’s messes

    Dessert ManDessert Man6 oy oldin
  • Should have used a bigger machine in first place

    majicmisimajicmisi6 oy oldin
  • How many hours has that b50 done

    Coursing KingCoursing King6 oy oldin
    • That’s a fair few hours for a mini digger

      Coursing KingCoursing King6 oy oldin
    • No hour gauge, I bet its up there. I have a b37 with over 8000.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • TV FYI nag e

    khanh lakhanh la6 oy oldin
  • Watch out! "Lemme go get a bigger machine!"....arrives with a T Rex....

    Steve TurpinSteve Turpin6 oy oldin
  • What did you charge for the job

    Todd M KlineTodd M Kline6 oy oldin
  • how do you bid jobs , by the hour or by the stumbs ? we love all your videos

    Alan ThomasAlan Thomas6 oy oldin
  • 32 minutes of stump removal. Andrew, do you do lobotomys?

    Dick MeisterlingDick Meisterling6 oy oldin
  • The guy at the 27 minute mark. Solid ramps...

    Dick MeisterlingDick Meisterling6 oy oldin
  • "At least they have no stumps to run into now." Unless they run into Levi lmao

    Spencer TahanSpencer Tahan6 oy oldin
  • U should really fix those ramps

    Carls Shop TimeCarls Shop Time6 oy oldin
  • Stumpbuster! If there's something rooted In your neighborhood Who you gonna call? Stumpbuster! If there's something wood And it don't look good Who you gonna call? Stumpbuster! I ain't 'fraid of no stump I ain't 'fraid of no stump If you're needing things Running through your yard Who can you call? Stumpbuster! An ugly root popping up in the yard Ow, who you gonna call? Stumpbuster! I ain't 'fraid of no stump I ain't 'fraid of no stump Who you gonna call? Stumpbuster! If you're unequipped Pick up the phone And call Stumpbuster! I ain't 'fraid of no stump Ooh, I hear it likes the dogs Hm, I ain't 'fraid of no stump Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Who you gonna call? Stumpbuster! Mmm, if you've had a dose of a Freaky stump, baby You better call Stumpbuster! Ow!

    West VirginiaWest Virginia7 oy oldin
  • Man buys wooded property. Proceeds to cut every tree down! I don't get it.

    Steve WolffSteve Wolff7 oy oldin
  • you do great work ,, may I recommend for stumps a frost pick, breaks up the roots a lot easier and I would of dug a hole to burry al the stumps back there so you don't have to look at them for years to come,, hey maybe the home owner wasn't worried who knows

    pierre gagnepierre gagne7 oy oldin
  • why pull out a tree stump and then leave half the roots sticking out

    paul humphreyspaul humphreys7 oy oldin
  • Now, to really enjoy Andrew's videos, you have to be male and had a little experience hoeing, shoveling, cutting or just horsing around with a bit of machinery. Point is - you need to project yourself into the task underway and enjoy vicariously the sheer joy of ripping, pushing or just riding in a big toy with lots of power. Also, one should recognize Andrew's and the dog's role in the process. Thanks, Andrew, for being a good sport about the whole thing. As I've said in other videos, there is a tremendous psychological energy being created and distributed via his commitment to the tasks undertaken. Add that to the Robert Frost rock walls here at this site and something special is taking place.

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • Crazy how strong stumps can be. Now you know why cars hit trees at 100 mph and only the bark comes off and the car looks like a crushed soda can. Lol

    Google SucksGoogle Sucks7 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew, i used to love operating my GD smalie digger, a fun toy for the day.for sure topsoil.

    my surly truckermy surly trucker7 oy oldin
  • Warts and all, huh? Hitting the fence at 24:25

    Neil MasterNeil Master7 oy oldin
  • Hopefully within a few weeks, we'll have the video edited, & ready to go. We dug some stumps out of our fellow RC club members house with our RC trucks & construction machines. What takes you 5 minutes, took us around 10 hours, but it was a LOT of fun!

    PNW RCPNW RC7 oy oldin
  • You are a NOB. I was an heavy equip. operator in the military. The term "NOB" we use to call green troops that was just starting out in their career. It means NON OPERATING BITCH.

    Bill JohnsonBill Johnson8 oy oldin
  • I like all of the videos made by Andrew .

    Dick HolcombDick Holcomb8 oy oldin
  • But there is so much wood left below dirt... the client wanted that?

    Valentín RodríguezValentín Rodríguez8 oy oldin
  • I'm trying to imagine why the home owner cut down all those trees? Now he's paying to have the stumps removed ... Double Dumb, and he has a pile of trash on his back lot to deal with. He should have had Andrew bury it?

    Nicks DaddyNicks Daddy8 oy oldin

    Tim SmithTim Smith8 oy oldin
  • Why don't you invest in a stump grinder? Then you won't tear up the customers yards.

    Dale HendersonDale Henderson8 oy oldin
  • My favorite part of this video is how he just trashes the driveway when flipping he ramps out 😂

    spoolxspoolx8 oy oldin
  • A little like having a tooth extracted, but strangely satisfying .....

    Ken CKen C8 oy oldin
  • I thought Cody'slab was gonna show up for collab at 10:15 :)

    Mr. KroogurMr. Kroogur8 oy oldin
  • I do so enjoy your videos/work so much that I am beginning to watch them again because I think that the castle and videography is keeping you very busy. But I do believe that you do good work! Hardly wait for new videos.

    Artemus RodricqArtemus Rodricq8 oy oldin
  • I wonder if you will be called back to fill in all the potholes once those roots have rotted away?

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate8 oy oldin
    • I dug the stumps out. Roots wont effect anything like that.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata8 oy oldin