Fixing a driveway

21-Iyn, 2019
858 529 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a Mini excavator and compact track loader to fix a gravel driveway. Installing drainage, widening the driving way, fixing potholes, spreading gravel, and taking down a few trees.

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  • good Job............

    Jim VetJim VetKun oldin
  • my grandfather was a blade operater ,he always plowed out holes ,never filled in--

    Mike WestbrookMike Westbrook3 kun oldin
  • Where is this, this is beautiful

    DopamineDopamine5 kun oldin
  • Appreciate the time and effort u put into these vids. I have no expierence in heavy equipment but enjoy ur videos nonetheless. Keep em coming.

    naphza1naphza17 kun oldin
  • Should. have taken your dozer !!!

    Garth GeitzGarth Geitz7 kun oldin
  • Did you just bury a stump just under surface on the outside of a bend next to a drop?

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate12 kun oldin
  • Hey man you gonna clear coat your steel roof? Yeah ditto for what The Geezer said.

    Keckle JeckleKeckle Jeckle21 kun oldin
  • I love the classic “ so we’re on this job today”👍🏼🔥

    Matt SousaMatt Sousa23 kun oldin
  • Andrew what is the name of the flat rock in most of your videos? Shale?

    Mark HanlyMark Hanly24 kun oldin
    • or bluestone.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata22 kun oldin
  • Love watching your video's. I learn alot from them.

    jeff estesjeff estes24 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.///...

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • New subscribers, welcome. I have been watching Andrew's videos for about the past 4 years. I am subscribed to another 14 similar channels, however, I still enjoy his the most. I know this video is over one year old, but I had not marked it with a Like, so now I get my chance to. He knows his equipment, maintains it, and gives enough narration that I understand why he is doing what he is doing. At one time, he was getting out about 4 videos per week. They don't come as often, but even if you only watch one per day, he has a big enough body of work that you could watch for one year, without repeating any, Nearly 700,000 subscribers!

    Rick BuecheRick BuecheOy oldin
  • Your demographic's are brutal rocks and more rocks . Where I live its gumbo clay but I live in the Red River Valley. A a mile on each side of the river is prime grain farm land with rich black soil. But I my grandfathers farm was about 20 miles east of Emerson Mb. That was the edge of the Great Canadian Shield. So a lot of field Stones.swappy lot's of hours picking Stones lots .Now I see this cage tumbler for a the front of a skid steer loader. If only we had that. Lots of stones.

    Michael YarmieMichael YarmieOy oldin
  • What the hell is this guy doing to our driveway (as the people drive by)? lol

    HAROLD MUNOZHAROLD MUNOZOy oldin
  • Wondering how long must be taken for the gravel to get properly compacted with that little traffic in the driveway?🤔

    Iril IralIril IralOy oldin
  • You must admit that that is beautiful stone

    Robert DominiczakRobert DominiczakOy oldin
  • After 25 years as a network engineer working in offices and server farms, I have been inspired by you to get my heavy equipment operators license and start a new career playing in the dirt! Here's to a change of life!

    Sidney FeinSidney FeinOy oldin
  • There is a Rhode Island company who gets most of the state contracts that could learn something from you.

    Steve TSteve TOy oldin
  • how come you dont have dozer tracks on that machine

    Roberta ChristeenRoberta Christeen2 oy oldin
  • 7u3636uj6eusjdkrjjeiei4ju4uu4z4u 747

    Judith KlimannskiJudith Klimannski2 oy oldin
  • Seems to me I see a lot of videos where Andrew is smoothing out driveways and back roads using his skid steer. I wonder if he has ever considered buying a mini road grader to accomplish the jobs much quicker and easier. Of course, I don’t think a used one would come cheap. But he seems to be a resourceful individual and could find one that could be easily refurbished.

    J ArmstrongJ Armstrong2 oy oldin
  • Op

    Erlinda RamadaniErlinda Ramadani2 oy oldin
  • Show 👏🇧🇷👏🎱

    Jose carlos GrandinettiJose carlos Grandinetti2 oy oldin
  • irgendwie ist mir mulmig beim Zugucken....Sinn und Ziel der Massnahme erschliesst sich mir schwer.

    Dorothea IsserstedtDorothea Isserstedt2 oy oldin
  • I watch almost all your videos but I don’t where you film it I need to know the place it’s very beautiful place natural clean fresh awesome man please if any body know the place please reply me guys thank you so much 😊

    Yarbash SwatiYarbash Swati2 oy oldin
  • I just watched this video and I was very impressed with the quality of the vision. Close up of the rocks and shale I felt I was there. Well done. Cheers Steve

    steve Nelsonsteve Nelson3 oy oldin
  • You something else! 👍

    Ernie MaysErnie Mays3 oy oldin
  • Another fine job Andrew, looks great!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • Knew I recognized some of the sound track at 11:12 ... love it ... keep up the great work uzworld.info/player/video/bWnQn8qOkY68g4Q

    Alain SchramAlain Schram4 oy oldin
  • I hope the tree you took down was a dead tree

    YOUSSEF GHRYOUSSEF GHR4 oy oldin
  • YOU DO A JOB BUT ALWAYS GO ABOVE AND BEYOND. YOU ALWAYS MAKE THEIR PROPERTY LOOK BETTER BY AWESOME GRADING AND SMASHING THINGS FLAT.

    Donald JosephDonald Joseph4 oy oldin
  • Can we get a video explaining the dogs please?! 😁

    AhillbillyredneckAhillbillyredneck4 oy oldin
  • Doing a long driveway (mine was 1500') bucket-width by bucket-width. My definition of eternity.

    Peter W. MeekPeter W. Meek5 oy oldin
  • I totally agree with the Geezer. And a friendly Hi There to the Ivor Burit!

    StubbykcaStubbykca5 oy oldin
  • What is this motor there IHI?

    juho-pekka strangjuho-pekka strang5 oy oldin
  • Best skid steer you bought so far, 👍👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸

    bohhica1bohhica15 oy oldin
  • Andrew: Your customers get their mondys worth whe you do a drive. God job.

    Ken ShoresKen Shores5 oy oldin
  • Why not use a PTH tow behind rock crusher.

    james fehrenbachjames fehrenbach5 oy oldin
  • why didn't you use your dozer on this job?

    sawdustmaker49sawdustmaker495 oy oldin
  • How did you not have the residents wanting to drive through every 5 minutes?

    Tim HelmickTim Helmick6 oy oldin
  • Great now and the futcher you remind me of my Jack,

    susie carrsusie carr6 oy oldin
  • Think you needed your small dozer on this one before the skidsteer .

    John BerryhillJohn Berryhill6 oy oldin
  • Let's just say I have seen my share of video's and if you don't win editor of the year I would be shocked. You Rock.

    steve jablonskysteve jablonsky6 oy oldin
  • Boy what a major restructuring job that one! You changed the whole road camber....needed it badly too. Lot of traffic....?

    Steve TurpinSteve Turpin6 oy oldin
  • 13:31 Man, I thought you nearly pushed your excavator over the hill when you bumped it.

    opryhopefulopryhopeful6 oy oldin
  • Have you noticed the shadows from the trees etc don’t move much as the video is speeded up! I mean as the sun moves across the sky. I don’t think the videos are speeded up, I think Andrew drives that fast all the time😂😂

    Simon CoxSimon Cox6 oy oldin
  • Andrew your work speaks foritself keep safe

    Keith WallingtonKeith Wallington6 oy oldin
  • Andrey greetings from Russia! You are a great professional. Very cool video. That you do the work for the authorities.

    Alex Man WorldAlex Man World6 oy oldin
  • Since NY is apparently 100% shale, do you guys have dirt shipped in from Ohio? lol

    Arnold LayneArnold Layne6 oy oldin
  • I enjoy the various comments made by a wide variety of your fans - so what do the other over 5 hundred thousand folks who visit do - just watch a bit and move on? Can't believe that anyone (males) could observe and not be really impressed enough to stop and say "Thanks".

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • Now that is the way a country road should look!!!!!

    Stan WebbStan Webb7 oy oldin
  • . To bether finished, need a good vibraror... .

    Jorge Antonio Romero EspinolaJorge Antonio Romero Espinola7 oy oldin
  • Why do you have your dog around the work area she could be hurt flying debris

    Jeffrey Parks Computer Repair ServiceJeffrey Parks Computer Repair Service7 oy oldin
  • Good Job 👍

    BM 74BM 747 oy oldin
  • Andrew...please clean out the inside of your truck.

    John RiggenbachJohn Riggenbach7 oy oldin
  • This dog is Lacy!

    mark duncanmark duncan7 oy oldin
  • What the name of the tarp that was used?

    Laurie FairleyLaurie Fairley8 oy oldin
  • This is where a grader comes in to its Owen finishing off .but you are doing a great job with what you’ve got your a hard worker .watching from west australia old jimmy

    james dicksonjames dickson8 oy oldin
  • Might be good to invest in a small grader for that type of work .but your doing a fine job with what you’ve got .old jimmy west australia

    james dicksonjames dickson8 oy oldin
  • Your videos are preety good but music sucks. So bad, I have to turn your sound to the lowest position to watch. You are one of the best editor on youtube

    Mark EngleMark Engle8 oy oldin
  • I never knew I wanted a skid steer till I started watching you

    GPCivilGPCivil8 oy oldin
  • Nick

    Nicholas ParsonsNicholas Parsons8 oy oldin
  • A Job Well Done!

    Craig YoungCraig Young8 oy oldin
  • Maaaan this is a beautiful landscape and a cool place to live special with the crap happen in your country ! And a very nice place to work outside in nature.....

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • Love your vids but good lord get that kid with the chainsaw some safety chaps!

    Ben MillerBen Miller8 oy oldin
  • Damn i could watch this for hours and hours ! Its ao cool !!

    jackie omanjackie oman8 oy oldin
  • The water can nice go up the Street nice work. God blease you and your Familie.

    Jens BradeJens Brade9 oy oldin
  • Andrew, like everyone else I think you are great. But this time I could quickly see that you need a "Maintainer". YOU, would be a true wonder with a road grader. Here in Texas the old Graders seem fairly cheap if not a Cat. Mid-Texas does not use salt either, a good place to find old used equipment and rust-free trucks. You may find the prices here cheap compared to the near New York prices. Keep up the work and the good videos.

    Fritz OzunaFritz Ozuna9 oy oldin
  • I think you need to keep an eye out for a small road grader of some kind. It would make life a bit easier. But then it wouldn't be as much fun would it ?

    George [Noteverett] EwingGeorge [Noteverett] Ewing9 oy oldin
  • that rock must be tough on equipment. seems like you got that shale on every job you go to

    brad kostebrad koste9 oy oldin
  • hey andey. come to muskoka. smallist rock here's the size of your Algonquian Peak. skid steer should do.

    Dave CookeDave Cooke9 oy oldin
  • AWSOME job you did grate 👍👍 .I'm sure there's not going to be to many issues .

    William BlakeleyWilliam Blakeley9 oy oldin
  • I find that the rocks pushes the water away from the track so if you want to re surface a driveway just blue steel rocks works really well but you cant walk on it barefoot because it will hurt.

    Sassy SasquatchSassy Sasquatch9 oy oldin
  • how come you have a completely different skid-steer?

    Rick NelsonRick Nelson10 oy oldin
  • Why are you using the CL35 Instead of the backhoe? For a ditch.

    Apex PredatorsApex Predators10 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew I just wanted to give you a heads-up on your flat bucket I'm curious if you know those tips are interchangeable by removing those 5 Bolt a flipping it around...

    Tex MexTex Mex10 oy oldin
  • Lacy? Was Levi pricing another job?

    imageawareimageaware10 oy oldin
  • It really upsets me to see so many trees destroyed, for no reason. Taken years to grow to that size, and you've killed it in seconds, well done. Maybe when/if you have Grandchildren, you'll begin to regret what you have done.

    Tricky DickyTricky Dicky10 oy oldin
    • Those trees grow instantly. This whole area is filled with trees. City's have cut down all their trees.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Andrew what would be the first machine to buy to start out with the just about any kind of work I was thinking a track loader

    craig hartcraig hart10 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata which excavator or track loader?

      craig hartcraig hart10 oy oldin
    • Track loader or excavator. Tractors are cool too.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • I'm so glad you like that skid steer, I have an IHI excavator and the thing is awesome and am looking for a CL35/45 also so glad to hear you are happy with it. They're great machines

    Everest LandscapeEverest Landscape10 oy oldin
    • Yeah, there needs to be more of them.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • This broken stone can be re-used on the hill side of the drive way to block the sand washed down onto it.

    junkmanjunkman10 oy oldin
  • Nice Job. they need to let you put in a 10" or 12" drain to replace the other one.

    Joe SmoJoe Smo10 oy oldin
  • I wonder why you never roll the stone after putting it down?

    william brownwilliam brown10 oy oldin
    • Because I don't have a roller. I tracked on it, and driving on it packs it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • I’ve been looking for one of those yanmars hard to find

    Chris SpenceChris Spence10 oy oldin
  • Can’t believe we haven’t seen a fix of that bucket cutting edge yet :) how long do buckets last on skid steers ?? Seems so rocky just curious

    Chris SpenceChris Spence10 oy oldin
  • There was certainly a lot of crap by the side of that road.

    John CampbellJohn Campbell10 oy oldin
    • But looks great 👍

      John CampbellJohn Campbell10 oy oldin
  • 👍good job

    Joseph MoyerJoseph Moyer10 oy oldin
  • Andrew,.. Your the best ONE MAN SHOW on UZworld. Don't stop making these videos,.. Thanks for posting.

    bigeze50bigeze5010 oy oldin
  • That tracked skid steer seems pretty reliable.

    Stephen GrangeStephen Grange11 oy oldin
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    Jake WalterJake Walter11 oy oldin
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    Aaron BennettAaron Bennett11 oy oldin
  • The CL 35 seemed to perform flawlessly. Give it a good wash and some touch up paint. Looking forward to seeing you get a CL 45.

    glen paulglen paul11 oy oldin
  • It would be interesting to know how long the job takes and the cost.

    glen paulglen paul11 oy oldin
  • That's a lot of work digging out the drainage along the road then resurfacing it. Curious what that would cost.

    glen paulglen paul11 oy oldin
  • Make my desk job day go by so much faster watch you work!! Thanks. Every think about getting a bucket with teeth on jobs like these? Make digging hill side a little easier

    publicEnimapublicEnima11 oy oldin
    • Yeah, a tooth bucket would work better for this.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Does he ever sleep he's always going

    Robert PragueRobert Prague11 oy oldin
  • I know this is work, but it looks like fun!

    G HG H11 oy oldin
  • why are there dislikes on this video? if you dont like it, why did you watch it?

    G HG H11 oy oldin
  • Andrew you're a pure natural keep thinking out the box and stay safe around the heavy stu## ur vids are awesome u make jobs look easy with straightforward thinking.

    Milo TorresMilo Torres11 oy oldin
  • 2 things. It looks like a couple more culverts could be used since the road seems to go up and down. With all that rock around, you need a portable rock crusher to make 3/4 minus for top coat. Cheers

    ScottScott11 oy oldin
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