Fixing a steering cylinder on a tractor

7-Iyn, 2019
428 118 Ko‘rishlar soni

Installing a fixed steering cylinder on a Ford/New Holland 1520 tractor. Then installing a guard to protect it from being damaged.
The video where I break the tractor should be up by 6/15/19

  • your drill speed might actually be too slow for the thickness and hardness of the metal you are drilling. Get a speed chart, it will save you time and bits. Use a cutting oil too.

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak EddyOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • Best music ever.

    Dan TarverDan TarverOy oldin
  • I recently discovered your videos and they are really great. Thanks!

    John BlakeJohn BlakeOy oldin
    • Glad you like them!

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • U could have made a pipe sleeve for it

    Oral GibsonOral GibsonOy oldin
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    dogiit1dogiit1Oy oldin
  • For your viewing pleasure:

    Romeo WhiskeyRomeo WhiskeyOy oldin
  • Man, this video helped me so much on my new Holland 1630! I couldn’t find out how to get the cylinder lines off and your tractor is similar enough to show me how. Thanks!

    Mike IrizarryMike Irizarry2 oy oldin
  • Patent pending?

    Shaun OllertonShaun Ollerton2 oy oldin
  • Another thing: This is a toy drill press! LOL Glad to see you cope that angle leg.

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • You did real good You are a real great planer and thinker Slike learning from you...Granny89

    Joan LittleJoan Little2 oy oldin
  • fourth time watching this one

    topdeck55topdeck552 oy oldin
  • now the cylinder will wear out the tapered joint lololol typical sanford fix one problem create another one lolololol the thing dont turn as short one way as it does the other lololol moronsvill lol

    no microsoftno microsoft2 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata keep up abusing your junk and buying more junk your the best recycle moron there is lolol

      no microsoftno microsoft2 oy oldin
    • I feel better; the small amount of people that insult me usually can't spell or write anything that makes sense.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Andrew "Unstoppable" Camarata

    Martin BjörsesMartin Björses2 oy oldin
  • Love your ingenuity.

    gary meyersgary meyers2 oy oldin
  • Doesn't that Ford have rhe float feature on the bucket?

    John DohJohn Doh2 oy oldin
    • Yes it does.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew just wondering how that guard held up over the years? And did you do it for the other side to?

    Gooch101Gooch1012 oy oldin
    • Its been fine, I have not been using this tractor much though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • Good stuff

    TerelliTerelli2 oy oldin
  • T don’t worry about what people think. You are a master in all skills. They are jealous.

    Ricky GravouiaRicky Gravouia2 oy oldin
  • When replanting always take care to save as much of the fibrous roots. So nice sharp cuts. The big roots will not feed the tree fast enough.

    Jean HawkenJean Hawken2 oy oldin
  • Ford’s gonna be calling him to have him design their new shields shields

    Ed RefeenEd Refeen2 oy oldin
  • Operated lacking skills, is how that happens.

    Ed RefeenEd Refeen2 oy oldin
  • Anyone know what kind of ratchet he’s using when taking off the bolts?

    Rudi DRudi D2 oy oldin
  • Its true u can paint a turd

    Jeff WhitesideJeff Whiteside2 oy oldin
  • You forgot to test that guard by running it into something solid.

    Kerry WareKerry Ware2 oy oldin
  • If it doesn't work... keep adding metal until it does.

    psygn0sispsygn0sis2 oy oldin
  • Binging. Again.

    Will SWill S2 oy oldin
  • Andrew's next job........Send drawing of modification to Ford's factory !!

    Tony PriceTony Price2 oy oldin
  • Yup. A toy drill press with no power at all.

    Agent BertramAgent Bertram2 oy oldin
  • Nice work man.

    Byran BunnByran Bunn3 oy oldin
  • It looks like the tire rod above the area that you shielded is bent to me! 👀

    Mike CorradoMike Corrado3 oy oldin
  • Andrew is using CAD, Cardboard Aided Design!

    tycbectycbec3 oy oldin
  • Love your videos, but I cant help but wonder if you are gonna break something else at your mounting points for the when the guard takes a hit like you've taken before. That would more than likely cost more than 210 bucks. It's good you're thinking prevention, but would rethink where you mount this.

    YellowaudiYellowaudi3 oy oldin
  • Pretty cool steering cylinder protection bracket Andrew

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers3 oy oldin

    xllxRUDE_DOGGxllxxllxRUDE_DOGGxllx4 oy oldin
  • When doing a project how to you keep track of your bolts? P.S. you have amazing videos keep up all the great work!

    Evan DrustEvan Drust4 oy oldin
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    Jacob WalterJacob Walter4 oy oldin
  • I think a roll cage type design made out of rebar would have worked better

    JohnnyRingoJohnnyRingo4 oy oldin
  • Lol the sycamore its not making it but dammed if its going... from hells heart i stab at thee 😂

    S CS C4 oy oldin
  • Not so sure a thick skid type plate wouldn't have been a better option for that steering protection. IDK

    Gary MucherGary Mucher4 oy oldin
  • Funny, let me explain to you at a lower understandable level, you're drilling too fast means don't push so hard, and pull out often to clear chips. Especially with a toy drill.

    Dan and YongDan and Yong4 oy oldin
  • that bolt holding the long piece will end up loosening over time. My solution is to clamp a bash plate to the axle which rides independant of the swing.

    J FigJ Fig4 oy oldin
  • Dude, you seriously have to start buffing the paint and rust off of the shit you weld. It’s making me cringe how you LITERALY never do this. Why half ass fix things with weak/porosity filled welds which will break eventually then take a little extra time and fix it properly for good. I watch you struggle with everything you do, I can’t help that, but you can help yourself by welding things properly

    Travis HammonsTravis Hammons4 oy oldin
  • Stop bolt maybe?

    Joseph MunozJoseph Munoz4 oy oldin
  • Andrew camarata u should build a stick rake for that tractor 👍👍

    thomas gilmorethomas gilmore5 oy oldin
  • You should try putting a bearing in the hole on the tie rod so it doesn't loosen the nut.

    Ken HudsonKen Hudson5 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you are a mad lad

    ZneonZneon5 oy oldin
  • I don't understand why People still buy Tractors. Skid steers / Wheel Loaders come in all sizes and can do all the jobs a Tractor can. I guess the only argument for it i see is when you need to travel longer distances and do large skale fields.

    ChiLLumChiLLum5 oy oldin
  • I think you did a excellent job on making that guard didn't like your first choice on the axle, was happy to see you thought of another idea. You have awesome ideas when you are fabricating, a couple things I would just like to mention cast iron can be welded very good by the right welter. And it takes a professional welder to do this task, but myself I much like you I am a backyard welder and I can weld Meg and arc not too good with Tig . But there is something I want to mention to you not only you I have seen many many people make this mistake they do not unhitched the battery when they are welding you do shorten the life of the battery because you are so sending a positive power right through the battery from the ground. Just wanted to mention that body I really appreciate all your videos you are very gifted man and I watching all your videos and I love them thank you, so much for all of your education that you have gave me.

    Greg SecoreGreg Secore5 oy oldin
  • Telling Andrew he is drilling to fast is like telling Picasso he needs to use off white.

    Water ManWater Man5 oy oldin
  • What a great dog!

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE845 oy oldin
  • That Guard you made look totally hokey if you would’ve welded a hoop on the ram and then used a piece of round tube cut in half and then put a tab on it where the bullet was on the we are side I think it was set up a little higher it looked a lot cleaner but kudos to you for trying that’s what count

    Ernie GroocockErnie Groocock6 oy oldin
  • I do hope you noticed you left the nut off piston rod end before you left shop???? Jerry

    Jerry E GibbsJerry E Gibbs6 oy oldin
  • How is your front wheel alignment, the steering link on this side is hugely bent and you can see where it is catching and wearing against the frame, a little gentle persuasion may be in order,cheers

    David PDavid P6 oy oldin
  • Wow 215 buccs

    FatMaCC bEaFatMaCC bEa6 oy oldin
  • Is there going to be some rapid wear on the fixing bolt at the ram end as it rotates around it each time you turn from lock to lock ? Maybe need some kind of a ball joint at this point ?.

    Brian WilliamsonBrian Williamson6 oy oldin
  • Why not just go from axle hub (the two bolt holes you used) to the same bolts on the opposite axle hub - and make one big steel bar under the axle? Cut flat brackets to bolt on both sides, that drop down and inch or two. Then connect them with a steel tube, or pipe. Off the tube - fab up a crash bar to protect the cylinder, or even create a big skid plate that protects everything in the front end. No moving parts that way.. much more secure. - protect everything = axle, lines, cylinder... yea - you loose a little ground clearance - but not much... plus anything that hits it, is really too close to hitting important stuff anyway. just an idea..

    kctyphoonkctyphoon6 oy oldin
  • Little known fact,,,, Levi runs the social media accounts and also does the thumbnails

    Arnold LayneArnold Layne6 oy oldin
  • Man... how much do you save by fixing your own equipment?

    PanPan6 oy oldin
  • It’s rubbing on the cylinder tube just a heads up

    Windrow MowersWindrow Mowers6 oy oldin
  • Nobody is one with machinery like Andrew. Hydros and grapples become his hands. Failures only become better content. COVID 19 USA Infections: 101,657 Places Andrew turned into a Park-Like setting on UZworld: 100 Million. Andrew wins handily. GO Andrew Go.

    StraightCashHomieStraightCashHomie7 oy oldin
  • This is going to create more problems than it solves. You're going to destroy that knuckle but. I'm not even going to talk about rust contamination in your welds. Good thing I don't come here for welding tips and tricks.😃

    Jack HudlerJack Hudler7 oy oldin
  • your pooch has a feel extra pounds for her age. Give her some ground beef and less dog food

    Wayne BogatinWayne Bogatin7 oy oldin
  • What is the brand of your dual head ratchet

    MauiBoi SugiMauiBoi Sugi7 oy oldin
    • Job smart. It came from tractor supply.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • Your a bit rough with your tractor ,it’s not a bulldozer mate ,old jimmy west aust

    james dicksonjames dickson8 oy oldin
  • Have you thought about drilling that nut and putting a collar pin in it so it doesn't back off with all the twisting and turning on the RAM end

    Gregory KrawchukGregory Krawchuk8 oy oldin
  • Should not upper tire rod end have that big wow in it that also looks a little bent

    Gregory KrawchukGregory Krawchuk8 oy oldin
  • where did you send the unit to get rebuilt? Thanks!

    ritchie709ritchie7098 oy oldin
  • Nice fix 👍👍

    Michael AdamsMichael Adams8 oy oldin
  • when we viewers ask questions and those viewers that make comments on what you should or how you should do something Please keep in mind we viewers really have no damn idea it's most likely they think they know. Thks for your willingness to teach I have learned a lot and it's appreciated

    toma1144toma11448 oy oldin
  • what about a skid plate that runs to the plate in the back? Would cover the entire bottom

    toma1144toma11448 oy oldin
  • you can stick weld cast iron but you have to heat it up before you go welding on it.

    Susan VonderhaarSusan Vonderhaar8 oy oldin
  • Andrew, this fix me no likey! It looks like that angle is gonna score into that stabilizer.

    Naila Sch2Naila Sch28 oy oldin
  • can I leave my erector set at your house overnight? but don't play with it...ha

    brad kostebrad koste8 oy oldin
  • war did youe bye knife frome

    AxelAxel8 oy oldin
  • A toy drill press. got me dead

    Gage VelasquezGage Velasquez8 oy oldin
  • Andrew admire your work ,but this is not going to last.

    Ollie BommelOllie Bommel8 oy oldin
  • Good job

    Mehrdad MahinMehrdad Mahin8 oy oldin
  • For one ugly tractor you make the job done......the front bucket it bent so whats the story ?

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • 24:50 You are so damn cool Andrew...

    LarryLarry9 oy oldin
  • Got love this guy ... One in a million ✌️👍

    Robert PresleyRobert Presley9 oy oldin
  • where are you located i would be in heaven living and how many acres?

    twister563twister5639 oy oldin
  • Êêê armengue da peste...

    laercio costalaercio costa9 oy oldin
  • You’re crazy man this is awesome

    Stefan MarkovicStefan Markovic9 oy oldin
  • I don’t believe it! You sent that out to be rebuilt! The hydraulic cylinder is only a piston with a few “O” rings. I know with your skills you could have rebuilt it. Easy! The welds on the snow mobile shaft were way more complicated to do! Next time those cylinders Are nothing.

    Thomas D HarrellThomas D Harrell9 oy oldin
  • And the Sycamore that did not make it;.. No sweat, Andrew gets to the root of the problem...!

    Liberty PatriotLiberty Patriot9 oy oldin
  • How are you cool with that when it's scraping the cylinder?

    Sassy SasquatchSassy Sasquatch9 oy oldin

    427med427med9 oy oldin
  • why not just use a piece rigged pipe that fit around the cylinder that move with the ram?

    Bryan NicholsonBryan Nicholson10 oy oldin
  • You are very intelligent!

    Austin DobbsAustin Dobbs10 oy oldin
  • WY don't you turn it around

    Rick DidmonRick Didmon10 oy oldin
  • Want to see how you finished the roof project. Saw you install prefab deck slabs. You did a nice job on the decorative door and was impressed how you adapted the hardware!

    James CallenderJames Callender10 oy oldin
  • Just discovered your channel, love it!! Keep the videos coming! Regards from Spain

    señorseñor10 oy oldin
  • Viewer # 274,003 Dec 9, 2019 time 9:34am est

    Ted PollardTed Pollard10 oy oldin
  • Is the guard rubbing the cylinder?

    next0845next084510 oy oldin
  • This reminds me of the conquering of the uneven three legged chair.

    But now CandyBut now Candy10 oy oldin
  • Hi, what is that orange ratchet tool called that you are always using, looks super handy

    Harry RamboHarry Rambo10 oy oldin
  • Good job on fixing a guard for power steering cylinder don't worry what people say about you drilling most of them wouldn't know what end of the drill to use lol

    Jeffrey CalabroJeffrey Calabro10 oy oldin
  • If it's $215 to rebuild it, what does a new one cost?

    Bobs YouruncleBobs Youruncle10 oy oldin
    • More than that.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • ok german engineer

    fröstenfrösten10 oy oldin