Forklift repairs

24-May, 2020
1 173 941 Ko‘rishlar soni

Working on a traverse lift 6035 shooting boom fork lift. Installing a new seat, starter, tilt gauge, fork tilt switch, oil change, and removing/installing the main lift cylinders.

Fikrlar
  • that dog is so fucking cute

    JakeJakeKun oldin
  • Andrew I'm gonna tell you why it was so hard to remove and install the cylinder, the bushing is a (Mandrel) type that's why the nut was small than the eyelet, when you tighten the nut it pushes in to expands to hold the cylinder in place, it should had decompressed when you removed the nut but when you forced it off it stayed in the expanded position. It's a compression bering.

    Larry BakerLarry Baker2 kun oldin
  • 23:35 video start here

    Vincent DevauxVincent Devaux3 kun oldin
  • 28:28 thats it!

    mynamesmike88mynamesmike884 kun oldin
  • While watching I was wondering ? when did he get chickens? lol.

    Harold ButtHarold Butt4 kun oldin
  • At 39:00 looking with eye it is not square soldering. I like your try!

    telosfdtelosfd9 kun oldin
  • Cody said "While Andrew works on his big orange fork lift, I am going to work on this big orange drink cap." LOL.

    Rick BuecheRick Bueche9 kun oldin
  • Almost as if those bushings should have been stuck to the rams rather than the spindles.

    Blaine BugaskiBlaine Bugaski11 kun oldin
  • you're a cool dude man...

    Donny ThomasDonny Thomas12 kun oldin
  • Oh, I cringed when you put the cylinder back over the bearing on the boom.

    xxshadowninja xxxxshadowninja xx13 kun oldin
  • Not pretty but it works and you saved at least $600.00. Kudos Andy!

    William MalenfantWilliam Malenfant13 kun oldin
  • Next addition you need a dedicated shop air compressor and solar. What happened to Levy?

    Livin da lifeLivin da life14 kun oldin
  • Fair play ! If u can’t loosen something with the biggest wrench you got, or the biggest sledgehammer, or a bar or a wedge.... simply get your 10 ton excavator and stick the half ton bucket through the door to your workshop and just pull it off! It’s that simple. Brilliant

    Joe BartonJoe Barton14 kun oldin
  • “That how u do it right there, read this in the manual “

    John DiPetrilloJohn DiPetrillo15 kun oldin
  • You should take on the rebuilding of the cylinders have done several over the years. They are not that hard to do. And I have been watching you on this channel for a couple of years and have no doubt you could do it with no problem. You might need to get a few specialty tools but other than that you could do it no problem.

    Richard H JonesRichard H Jones17 kun oldin
  • $725 bucks for a new joystick, and $300 bucks for a level. Only rich people that can't think outside the box would pay those prices. This includes any government run organization with equipment. Nothing but the best when the taxpayer is buying. Great video. Buy more tools when you have to complete a job, I know the feeling.

    Mike SpainMike Spain18 kun oldin
  • Tim from Canada suggestions what you can use a counterweight on the back of your left or do with the farmers do load up your tires you can buy pre-loaded tires for tractors if they are light do you not know if you can buy loaded tires .. for this I know Kabota and a few other places they lowered their tires if machines are too light just my suggestion anyone out there have another solution to this feel free to add your comments to the bottom or suggest something else

    TIm NashTIm Nash18 kun oldin
  • I really dont understand why he uses craftman drills.

    clay longestclay longest20 kun oldin
  • Wait, what? Andrew cant rebuild cylinders. That's the first time he cant fix something. He can patch a mountain thou.

    MainmanrrMainmanrr22 kun oldin
  • Andrew: Levi: Cody: AWARROO AROO AROOOOOOOO

    Cookie's House Cannabis CoCookie's House Cannabis Co24 kun oldin
  • reassembly would have been much easier if he had just started the machine and wiggled the cylinder into place. He made a lot more work and went to a great expense unnecessarily.

    Bernard GrubbBernard Grubb25 kun oldin
  • Why didn't you bring it to the same place that rebuilt the alternator for the Ford dump truck?

    flyrock45flyrock4525 kun oldin
  • It is not coming off gets a digger aka the persuader

    Russian SpyRussian Spy25 kun oldin
  • 44:12 uses a flywheel puller on a hydraulic cylinder

    Dean FarmerDean Farmer25 kun oldin
    • Wow! What do you do for an encore?

      Dusty 99Dusty 9918 kun oldin
  • 31:20 smart idea what you did on the second floor

    Dean FarmerDean Farmer25 kun oldin
  • that dog sure does like Gatorade

    Dean FarmerDean Farmer25 kun oldin
  • 1:11 Andrew looks like he’s stealing it

    Bruh with a ChevyBruh with a Chevy26 kun oldin
  • $307 for a level gauge!!!! WTF!!!

    William HayesWilliam Hayes26 kun oldin
  • Where is Levi??

    Sue AndersonSue Anderson27 kun oldin
  • That's a great repair to the joy stick if you just use it yourself, but if did that for a paying customer, they would sue even if it worked fine. Hence the inflated prices from the repair shop. 😀

    The Stone Mason.The Stone Mason.27 kun oldin
  • Andrew, thank you for creating such an entertaining channel and videos. I will probably never work on such heavy machinery but I was so fascinated by the video. :-)

    Alexei TetenovAlexei Tetenov27 kun oldin
  • 46:38 - Attaching lower bolt. Maybe Andrew should have put the top bolt on, before the lower bolt, so that it was free to swing a little bit, enough to align perfectly... So that he would not have needed open up the upper "bolt hole"...

    Alexei TetenovAlexei Tetenov27 kun oldin
  • "That's how you do it. I read it in the manual." How many of us are going to steal that line?

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak Eddy27 kun oldin
  • Tremendous video but warm the ram eye freeze the spigot ?

    Paul CaslinPaul Caslin27 kun oldin
  • where is Levi .

    Carl Peterson jrCarl Peterson jr28 kun oldin
  • Bet the guy who sold it will be sick if he watches this video.

    wayne goffwayne goff29 kun oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata I wonder if he asks you to do his repairs.

      wayne goffwayne goff29 kun oldin
    • He bought a new one.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata29 kun oldin
  • I havnt turned the TV on for many days......lol

    Barbara CollinsBarbara Collins29 kun oldin
  • Suggestion, if you heat it in one spot with a torch it will expand make it a lot easier to go on. Hope this helps for the next time.

    Jason LaughreyJason LaughreyOy oldin
  • 27:10 wait, why didn't you pull it off there? Just put some washers below the nut and tight it again. That's why there's so much thread 😁

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Good work, remarkable effort, but a joy to watch

    alharbi aljazeealharbi aljazeeOy oldin
  • I kept waiting for the ritual touch up painting. Maybe at 4,000 hours.

    William LyerlyWilliam LyerlyOy oldin
  • Love your projects. Can you give us a complete tour of your house, shops & property?

    Dennis DubeyDennis DubeyOy oldin
  • Andrew,is there anything out there you don’t know? You are one smart man, God bless you...

    Tamas TakatsTamas TakatsOy oldin
  • cole atkns

    Cole AtkinsCole AtkinsOy oldin
  • WHAT ABOUT AIR ANF FUEL FILTER S

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • OHHHH EINSTEIN THE REASON FOR NO WASHER ON THE OUTSIDE IS THAT BRASS BEARING IS MADE TO SWIVEL AND TILT A LITTLE BUT YOU KNEW THIS ANYONE WITH A BRAIN WOULD OF CALLED TO JUST HAVE A MECHANC OR GO ON LINE TO READ THE WAY THAT WOOD BEAT THE PUMP AND NO ONE CHECKED IT IS WORSE

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • DUDE I WOULDN`T LET YOU LOOSE WITH BOB THE BUILDER TOOL SET YOU ARE SCARY YOU DIDNT USE A MICHROMETER IN THE BOLT OR THE PUMP WOW YOU ARE SCARY

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • GOOBER WHY DIDNT ANYONE CHECK THE BOLT TO SEE IF A NEW ONE THAT WASN`T HAMMERED AND BEAT ON CAUSE YOU DIDNT USE A PULLER OR NOW A BLOCK OF WOOD THE BEARING OR THE BOLT ARE USELESS

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • WHY DIDNT YOU GO BUY TWO OR THREE A SPARE LOCKING NUTS CAUSE WHY ???? ONCE THEY ARE TORKED DOWN THEY ARE USELESS OR BECOME SPARES ???? YOU CAN`T BE THAT CHEAP ??????????????

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • HEY MR HEINY WHY NT GO TO GOOGLE AND ENTER THE TRACTOR AND SEE IF AND WHAT THEY CAN TELL YOU ?????? WHY NOT GET A FORK SPLIT IT IN BETWEEN OR A PULLERS AND SCREW IT LIKE A BEERING IN A CAR OR TRUCK AND NOT BUTCJ=HER ANY MECHANIC CAN LOAN YOU A MEDIUM OR LARGE WHEEL PULLEDR

    billiebob123456billiebob123456Oy oldin
  • Andrew, I have discovered that we have something in common. Our love of heat shrink sleeving. Did you know that you can get heat shrink in large sizes too? I have a size that could slip over the joystick that you put the ATV switch on, which would make the repair look "extra professional". I got mine on ebay.

    Agent BertramAgent BertramOy oldin
  • I love your job, I like to work with you

    ALI BUOLAYYANALI BUOLAYYANOy oldin
  • Cool Cody drinking gatorade. kkkk

    Marcos damacenoMarcos damacenoOy oldin
  • Good Job man, its always an uphill battle with this kinda stuff.

    Alex GoldsteinAlex GoldsteinOy oldin
  • What is your education? How did you learn to do all these repairs. It is amazing how you can figure all this out. Thanks

    juliorxjuliorxOy oldin
  • You need a Kubota to fix everything else !

    Floyd CauleyFloyd CauleyOy oldin
  • @12:15: "They wanted $725 for that part, so we're going to fix it for like $15 instead"

    ApolloApolloOy oldin
  • I believe the bushing on the cylinder and the cylinder eye are tapered. The eye got rotated during the re-build.

    Phillip RyderPhillip RyderOy oldin
  • It was probably tapered! That’s what it didn’t go on right

    Wade LaschWade LaschOy oldin
    • Probably should have flipped it around

      Wade LaschWade LaschOy oldin
  • Great work! Get a bigger sprocket on the lift tho to make it lift faster

    Wade LaschWade LaschOy oldin
  • The more I watch, the more I like this guy! The washers allow the ram end to pivot..

    Mike BowhunterMike BowhunterOy oldin
  • Don't sacrifice safety Andrew!! Good job on the seat belt. Much safer in the machine that getting squashed outside. We had a couple guys roll over and the seat belt saved their bacon.

    oldmantexoldmantexOy oldin
  • Put a handmade leather jacket around that controller and it looks quite nice and expensive, too. ;)

    Hermann FrohHermann FrohOy oldin
  • Over $ 700 and ebay 10. Sometimes it's the wrong people who fill our prisons!!!

    TEJ JensenTEJ JensenOy oldin
  • Andrew where did you get some much money to purchase all of this equipment?

    Sam BSam BOy oldin
  • Back in 1990 I bought a D8 Cat and dug a 10 acre lake. Was 32 years old then. The cat was a 1964 D8 H hydraulic with a pony motor. I totally rebuilt the carriage ,made a line boring machine to line bore the carriage roller fits with caps, wrap welded the rollers, installed new bearings and seals in the rollers and last but not least rebuilt the pony motor. I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOUR GOING THROUGH!!!! Love your videos!!

    Mark StephensonMark StephensonOy oldin
  • I'm jealous. Would be awesome to have one of those. I was browsing and even the ghetto old ones with like 5k hours on them are still expensive af.

    Joe McMullinJoe McMullinOy oldin
  • That's how you do it right there, I read this in the manual: LMAO! I like your style :)

    Proud AmericanProud AmericanOy oldin
  • I like his get it done approach to everything. I would not be surprised if this thing gets sold as soon as the Castle is finished

    JACK CONNORJACK CONNOROy oldin
  • He doesn’t need to know those things are called “brushes” to make the starter work better. He is an intuitive mechanic. Impressive!

    Otto CarrOtto CarrOy oldin
  • Next time you repair a control lever buy some carbon fibre look heat shrink tube they sell to repair fishing poles and pimp your rides levers ..Your machine's weird in not having the front stabilisers fitted but it's got the cab sway ? .First one ive seen like this as the stabilisers are needed to eliminate any swaying and take the weight off the wheels to level the machine out when lifting ! .

    Mark O'nee 1Mark O'nee 1Oy oldin
  • I just sit here with a big smile on my face. What a guy !!!!!

    Lorraine HeltLorraine HeltOy oldin
  • You need to learn how to bench test before putting the starter back in.

    Ben JohnsonBen JohnsonOy oldin
  • dang I thought I had seen adjustable wrenches before...

    Buffalo billBuffalo billOy oldin
  • Theyre not hard to rebuild Just takes practice and a few tricks. Hope u greased the shit outta those upper ram mounts andrew

    Ion RacerIon RacerOy oldin
  • When Andrew put his hard hat on I grabbed a hat in my room and put it on. Anyone else?

    baby shoes for sale, worn soles.baby shoes for sale, worn soles.Oy oldin
  • GOSTO MUITO DOS VIDEOS A GENTE APRENDE MUITO

    Geraldo OliveiraGeraldo OliveiraOy oldin
  • Those have to be the biggest nylock nuts I've ever seen.

    Andrew CranAndrew CranOy oldin
  • Andrew Excellent Video. Top Job

    Lynn StewartLynn StewartOy oldin
  • Yea the lever looks ghetto fabulous...

    richardlwellingtonrichardlwellingtonOy oldin
  • The guy who owned this machine before is kicking his azz after watching this video.

    Steve TSteve TOy oldin
  • Andrew: "Lets just start unbolting stuff and see what happens" Me: that's the only approach I've ever used to fixing things!!

    hak1985orghak1985orgOy oldin
  • Well done, Andrew. I'll remember how you greased the rubber seal of the new oil filter. I always got an oily finger in the past, LOL!

    Tom tomTom tomOy oldin
  • Andrew, did you build those work tables in your shop? If so, would you consider doing a video about the process?

    Richard ClarkRichard ClarkOy oldin
    • Yes, they are made out of 3" angle iron, rebar, sheet metal, and concrete.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • were's the old dog at , has heeeye kick the bucket

    Hilke Dors-WesterhofHilke Dors-WesterhofOy oldin
  • FYI, degelman.com/pub/resources/manuals/cylinders/cylinder-repair/143367-Hyd-Cylinder-Repair-Guide.pdf

    fire surferfire surferOy oldin
  • needs a battery and some kid to stop beating on it. :)

    Shawn GreenShawn GreenOy oldin
  • TIM from Canada I have watched this video almost 3/4 of the way through and what I am seeing from my analysis of the whole thing is the threads on the screw or screwed up this is what I see the threads on the bolts are screwed up

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • LOL, nothing changes. Having to take apart brand new assemblies to repair the old stuff seems quite normal to me. That's an interesting fork lift. Pretty sure the tilt function is to keep it level when going across sloping ground? Usually there will be a lock pin hole (s) in boom so you can take all the pressure off lift cylinder pins? I've rebuilt a couple of JCB 'Telehandlers' that got rolled over by people who should never have operated them in the first place and only got a little 'bounced around' for not wearing seat belt - that was a good point you made about it. I spent a few years re-building hydraulic cylinders on everything from mini excavators to 3"diameter piston rods on larger stuff, being able to cut threads on piston rods saved company ????? thousands compared to the £175 an hour they had been paying (I'm British) If you have spherical bearings there must be a very good reason for it as they are way more expensive than plain parallel bearings. You should have taken a better look at pivot shafts, probably 18" radius bearings? BTW, if piston shafts are not bent or pitted, changing seal kits is pretty easy More than once had to cut out pivot pins, make new ones and weld them back in correct alignment (even did a set for GKN construction division once, scissor lift pins just wore out and being a 'people carrier' had to meet various safety inspections

    1crazypj1crazypjOy oldin
  • why didn't you give the cylinder rebuilder a call and ask about the tight fit? they could have told you what is stated in the comments.

    Leslie QLeslie QOy oldin
  • Dont know but did you grease the joints? I think it also a kind of stiff because it is much small play in the joints when you bending one side off and maybe it is about take the load off from the arm that push the cylinder-joints. Good Work anyway!!!! Who dares wins!!!

    Henrik JonssonHenrik JonssonOy oldin
  • If this was fixing "a few little things," I have to wonder what a major fix might be.

    orgcoastorgcoastOy oldin
  • Is there any equipment or tool Andrew doesn't have? I know were not suppose to be jealous of our neighbors stuff, but come on!

    Bustin YaBustin Ya2 oy oldin
  • Scene from the Borrowers at 42.00

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate2 oy oldin
  • the old ladd i worked with often used a 1 inch drive air gun

    Michel BarbeauMichel Barbeau2 oy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck2 oy oldin
  • @28:00 My neighbor who runs a contracting business and repairs his own agricultural vehicles used to say, "If you have to use force to get it loose, you're probably doing something wrong."

    J PJ P2 oy oldin
  • You are truly an artist, building your own replacement parts ................. a gift indeed

    Michael DelaneyMichael Delaney2 oy oldin
  • May I suggest the name: Forky McForkface

    LuckySlevin7LuckySlevin72 oy oldin
  • The second cylinder 41:20 - LOL. This cylinder did put up a fight :-)). Andrew was so occupied by this work that he forgot to shave. Good video!

    Xaltotun GreatXaltotun Great2 oy oldin
UZworld