New skidsteer tracks and stump bucket

19-Mar, 2020
2 026 557 Ko‘rishlar soni

Installing a set of high traction Prowler tracks on a Bobcat t300 loader.
Testing out a new stump grapple bucket.
Tracks and bucket came from:
Grease gun:

  • Those tracks look the wrong way. Shouldn't the side bars be "collecting" instead of facilitating the flow?

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate2 kun oldin
  • Both of the Bobcats we have at work are completely junk. They're always blowing seals on the hydraulic cylinders, always blowing lines constantly, the one jumpsband skips really bad when you turn in it and the belt always squeaks in the one when you start it up. Not only that but they have no power at all and cant push anything. They're completely junk always working on them more than they run.

    Shawn McMorrowShawn McMorrow12 kun oldin
    • Get a Takeuchi.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata12 kun oldin
  • What are your favorite track tread for your skidd steers what holds up,the best ya think ?especially in the Rocky terrain mine gut chewed up,so,bad in loose Rocky terrain up in the mountains sad thing is plenty of pad left

    Chris SpenceChris Spence13 kun oldin
  • Never say bad things about Bobcat!!

    WadeWade21 kun oldin
  • Why is there a concrete floor under 2 feet of dirt with trees growing on top?. What was there before and how long ago was it?. Thats alot of dirt to accumulate and then have a forest grow on top. WTF.

    M HenhawkeM Henhawke21 kun oldin
  • Do you have a stump grinder attachment for the skidsteer? I think that would be a cool video to watch...

    Ed BellEd Bell22 kun oldin
  • What engine does that Bobcat have in it? It sounds just like the 3 cylinder Yanmar that is in my dads John Deere.

    Dean FarmerDean Farmer25 kun oldin
  • If anything, either John Deere or Caterpillar. I mean, Bobcat is a good brand, but honestly, after seeing how much work Andrew has to put into this T300 loader, I am starting to think that Bobcat isn't as good as I thought it was.

    Dean FarmerDean Farmer25 kun oldin
  • new skidsteer

    kamaroway güntherkamaroway günther26 kun oldin
  • Your videos are so interesting. Finally able to use what I’ve learned by watching your videos. Had to use a small tractor to move large yard art statues.

    Frank BrileyFrank Briley27 kun oldin
  • Your buddy owes you a ton of gratitude for helping him keep his Bobcat on the road ! 💪

    C ChebuharC Chebuhar29 kun oldin
  • Don't buy a bobcat. Too late

    Manila MartinManila MartinOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • It looks to me you're getting way more roots outta the ground with that StumpHumper than you would using a backhoe Andrew. They came out in one huge circle then off came the dirt ready to be burnt or mulched. Those other tracks were meant for warehouse or pad work. Not construction muddin' like the majority of your work is.

    Ronald HeitRonald HeitOy oldin
  • Good talk

    Kyle ScrayKyle ScrayOy oldin
  • Cool on job site I know how to put them back on because we need to keep going no time to stop or when I'm welding I like to go fast and keep us going right when I did work in stuff like that.

    Texan Football HoustonTexan Football HoustonOy oldin
  • Hey Andrew great video. The new tracks you put on that skidsteer how rough are they on turf, grass???

    Kyle ScrayKyle ScrayOy oldin
  • Tim from Canada here’s my question for you do you have the whole road to do your skid steer track put on but I see you were coming pretty close to calling into the ditch why is this.

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • Tim from Canada just a suggestion I see you were putting a new track I need your skid steer you could’ve brought a battery powered blower to blow that off with just a suggestion

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • Hi Andrew. First of all the quality of your videos deserves only praise and nothing else! The 4k video on my new 4k monitor looks very sharp and clean. Your camera(s?) are very good. As far as I understand you are using 1 stationary camera and at least one drone camera. Idea: have you considered buying a 3d printer? You often have to fix stuff that has plastic parts. Usually, you just throw them away. With a 3d printer, you could replace them with printed plastic parts. As far as I read open-source 3d printers are quite cheap. This could be an interesting turn for your channel after you have completed the roof.

    Xaltotun GreatXaltotun GreatOy oldin
    • Gopro camera, IDK, about the printer thing.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Just a question, thought you had decided to get rid of the BOB Cats you had?

  • I keep getting your videos in reverse order... I watched you fix this thing last week, and i keep seeing older videos of the whole house/leechfield thing you did out of order too :>

    InfrasoundInfrasound2 oy oldin
  • This would have been a great job for the big green 955 monster 👍

    3 Dollops3 Dollops2 oy oldin
  • Looks like a loaded left power turn breakage, I put steel tracks on mine and the lug nuts broke off, damn near flipped over.

    stan knowltonstan knowlton2 oy oldin
  • its painful to watch that stump bucket in action. its good for small stumps not medium to large

    bun ybun y2 oy oldin
  • Why not just use a grinder? Take 1/3 the time...?

    Josh HenryJosh Henry2 oy oldin
  • Liking this video based on the sole fact fixed the wheel covers with drill screws

    Josh HenryJosh Henry2 oy oldin
  • don’t buy a bobcat 🤣😂 bobcat and case are all i’ll ever buy for skidsteers

    aaron dearthaaron dearth2 oy oldin
  • Well, You got yourself a helper

    Gerry BergeronGerry Bergeron2 oy oldin
  • YO, Instead of using flatbar to stiffen up the undercarriage, use a piece of structural angle. L4x4x5/16" would be good. But im sure you have sold the Bob by now

    farmer864farmer8642 oy oldin
  • This young man is an inspiration for all young Americans. It is to bad parents today just don't care to raise a child this motivated. Thumbs up to Dad and Mom.

    Michael HensonMichael Henson2 oy oldin
  • Levi: Cody is kinda annoying.....

    Dan-oDan-o2 oy oldin
  • I f I could follow you around 1 day I would so much smarter. You know many ways and to do things. love granny89

    Joan LittleJoan Little2 oy oldin
  • That new bucket is the bomb

    GazzaGazza2 oy oldin
  • Bom trabalho 👍👍👍👍👍😎

    Francisco WashingtonFrancisco Washington2 oy oldin
  • When I saw the stump remover on the truck i thought "This will be interesting" and by golly it was. Full marks to whom ever designed it. Very fast and so quick to install. Thanks again for another great video.

    Bob WebberBob Webber2 oy oldin
  • I don’t know why he says don’t buy Bobcat I’ve owned them and the construction company ran them well of 16k hours never had a crack like that the only time I’ve seen that is major abuse /rental equipment or when the tracks were ran way too long and we’re not cared for course what do you expect when the guy puts sheet metal screws in his truck looks like he goes the cheap route lol

    Justin HollowayJustin Holloway2 oy oldin
  • The hydraulic pump in the Bobcat is loud. Checking hydraulic oil seems low

    خالد • قبل 17 سنةخالد • قبل 17 سنة2 oy oldin
  • "you don't buy a Bobcat". Andrew really hates Bobcat!

    Djamel HamdiaDjamel Hamdia2 oy oldin
  • 01:20,that was a bold move!

    Djamel HamdiaDjamel Hamdia2 oy oldin
  • I'd like to see to final result, I mean with all that rock slab undercover.

    rankyarankya2 oy oldin
  • Over all I think that the log grapple bucket is the most performance

    Mowerman Any mowerMowerman Any mower2 oy oldin
  • I've been looking recently at a lot of buckets and I think that a stump bucket is great

    Mowerman Any mowerMowerman Any mower2 oy oldin
  • You need to get the rear tires of the tractor filled with Rainguard beet juice in order to maximize the lifting capacity of the loader and other attachments on the tractor. It will add greater stability to the tractor and make it safer to drive. The beet juice acts as a counter balance.

    Jon ZuberJon Zuber2 oy oldin
  • Please improve the lighting in dark areas or spaces

    Michael LewisMichael Lewis2 oy oldin
  • Haha, Cody is a nut.

    scurvyswinescurvyswine3 oy oldin
  • Hint dig on all sides of stump first

    Pool 2Pool 23 oy oldin
  • Awesome video quality 👌. Only way to make a go of it these days is to be your own operator and mechanic.

    DIRT KINGDIRT KING3 oy oldin
  • That junkie thing ain’t worth buying Anything forward it it’s junk

    Tony BurnsTony Burns3 oy oldin
  • My family owns a rental store and we gave up on bobcat about 17 years ago, went to CAT and John Deere although the small John Deere are made by another company.

    Paul HarrisPaul Harris3 oy oldin
  • Wow Andrew you definitely have to get one of those looking forward to seeing it

    WEE DOG willWEE DOG will3 oy oldin
  • Awesome stone slab. How lucky

    Rosa String WorksRosa String Works3 oy oldin
  • That stone slab, wow! Some luck.

    Brad 72Brad 723 oy oldin
  • Not too impressed should have fixed properly typical backyarder fix it properly

    Neil SmithNeil Smith3 oy oldin
    • Neil Smith it gets fixed properly a couple weeks later, a proper fix wasn’t going to get done on the side of that driveway. Really it should’ve been designed properly though

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • I love the oiler. He is my hero Andrew.

    ernesto ariasernesto arias4 oy oldin
  • I'm not sure, but it looked like the ports that give access to the tension adjusters zerk fittings for the tracks were open. On one it looked like the plate was still attached on one corner and was swinging around (22:52 & 23:29).

    Myk StrejaMyk Streja4 oy oldin
  • 3:03 hahaha nice!!!

    WA RCWA RC4 oy oldin
  • In just a few years he will own EVERY Skid- steer attachment that exists out there :) Once you start you probably cant stop collecting them :)

    Rockport1911Rockport19114 oy oldin
  • i was borded so I came here to watch thisagain. And it still is interesting to me. LOVE IT.

    WildWest GamingWildWest Gaming4 oy oldin
  • buy backhoe attachment with thumb way better more versatile also.

    D GD G4 oy oldin
  • Делать сразу надо!! Смысл ставить новые гусянки? Если у тебя линивиц выпадает!

    ДмитрийДмитрий4 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, can you re visit this site once that HUGE flat rock is clear? That’s amazing that rock can be so flat like that.

    TheTorkerman-AdamTheTorkerman-Adam4 oy oldin
  • What's the price on the tracks?

    Andreas BerglundAndreas Berglund4 oy oldin
  • Andrew, great new attachment. It makes me think of a snake head. Maybe the "fangs" would be more effective if they were more piercing, to penetrate the bundle of roots and break out the dirt. Fangs that were stronger and without the "webbing" between them, to allow the penetration of the fangs and break loose the dirt from the roots. In my mind, I can see you modifying the attachment. I can envision it attached to a different type of vehicle and you flipping stumps like flapjacks. LOL

    Richard HolbeckRichard Holbeck4 oy oldin
  • "That's Fixed" LMFAOO 🤣😂🤣😂🤣

    John JonesJohn Jones4 oy oldin
  • looks like his helpers hands are cold hands are always in his pockets

    formdogformdog5 oy oldin
  • One hell of a mechanic!

    steve vermillionsteve vermillion5 oy oldin
  • you forgot to attach that side plate over the grease fitting on the right side. It's hanging on one bolt

    Steve TSteve T5 oy oldin
  • Cody is special isn't he? He puts a smile on my face.

    Steve TSteve T5 oy oldin
  • Dont mess around with a Bob. Kuboda SVL90 is a nice machine.

    KeribiKeribi5 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew love the channel and what you do. Keep up the good work

    Alex FunyginAlex Funygin5 oy oldin
  • Why don't you shred all the junk and stump instead o burning therm? Is there a particular reason?

    Stefano CappellettiStefano Cappelletti5 oy oldin
    • Because the machines that shred stumps are extremely expensive.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • Great photography. Well done video.. Good instruction also.

    Devon StJohnDevon StJohn5 oy oldin
  • wow. How I m rooting for the bobcat to rip the stump off after a long exertion.

    Vincent XiaoVincent Xiao5 oy oldin
  • CrapCat

    MelicoyMelicoy5 oy oldin
  • Man that Dodge is looking rough. Doesn't take the Camarata treatment that well I guess.

    Yannick J.Yannick J.5 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Might be. Or you might be to rough. I would be so annoyed to get my car so dinged up. Regardless if it's a work vehicle or not. What ever, it doesn't really matter. I just had to say. On another note, I enjoy every one of your videos very much. So thanks for the free entertainment!

      Yannick J.Yannick J.5 oy oldin
    • They are too delicate.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • I am wondering why you did not trailer the skid steer to your shop.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.5 oy oldin
    • Easier to move it with the tracks installed.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • So, what's your opinion on these attachments?

    Merle PattersonMerle Patterson5 oy oldin
  • Peor que el COVID-19,El ser humano destruyendo el medio ambiente.!!!

    Percie SucuytanaPercie Sucuytana5 oy oldin
  • How much do those tracks weigh?

    Daniel KDaniel K5 oy oldin
  • Love the self tappers. Lol. The poorly designed nipples in the bottom of my scrap yard free tiller started to leak like a sieve today. I stopped, looked at my lathe, looked at my selection of fittings, then thought what would AC do? , and proceeded to epoxy the heck out of them. Sometimes you just have to get er done so to speak.

    Man StuffMan Stuff5 oy oldin
  • Andrew, really enjoy your videos, and learning a lot. I have a property that I'm currently working on in California (clearing and so on) with hand tools (trimmers, chain saw) and am looking at getting some equipment now. I never see you using the wheeled skid steers, only track loaders. Can you give me any insights on this? I think the tracks will be more stable (all my work will be on dirt or gravel), but the wheels are cheaper and simpler.

    Kurt KleinKurt Klein5 oy oldin
  • Second time round you make it look so easy. Back in the day, when they were clearing those forests for the first time they had picks and shovels, maybe chains, horses and oxen. And I guess fire? Thanks Andrew.

    Chazzy BChazzy B5 oy oldin
  • Nice videos i have seen all can you make one changing the wheel bearing and seals on a bobcat

    Alacrity Landscape Unlimited LLCAlacrity Landscape Unlimited LLC5 oy oldin
  • Ему бы в башку эти саморезы закрутить

    Валентина ЕфремоваВалентина Ефремова5 oy oldin
  • thailand

    สุพจน์ ยศสุนทรสุพจน์ ยศสุนทร5 oy oldin
  • good nice

    RC TruckRC Truck5 oy oldin
  • He needs a bobcat

    Duck Gamer man25Duck Gamer man255 oy oldin
  • When you order big things from eBay does it just come delived via freight by abs

    Rally Sport_ 5.3Rally Sport_ 5.35 oy oldin
    • Yes freight, I've seen different companies bring them. Always goes smoothly though, I have them call ahead of time so I can be waiting at the road with the fork lift.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • It´s great!! It work like a new machine!!

    juan mauricio Neirajuan mauricio Neira5 oy oldin
  • 15:25 theirs a dead bird in the tracks. Tragic how it was left forgotten. RIP BIRDY

    iaoshamiaosham5 oy oldin
  • 32:39 finds the DHARMA hatch to the bunker he's uncovered. 👍😉

    Vader WhoopVader Whoop5 oy oldin
  • The stump grapple bucket is the shizzle!!

    Rob TuckRob Tuck5 oy oldin
  • That Bob Cat is fairly gutless. Seems likely there must be a problem that is causing the lack of power.

    Larry EhrlichLarry Ehrlich6 oy oldin
  • Only a dumb dumb ass will not fix something that was broke on a machine

    gerald nislygerald nisly6 oy oldin
    • We are fixing it now. That is not a repair for the side of a driveway. We put the tracks on it to bring it to the shop.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Can you guys give any tips on buying a used skid/track loader? Any online auctions?

    Raw BlowRaw Blow6 oy oldin
    • Andrew Camarata LOL thats easy enough to remember! We almost bomb them back into the stone age in WW2 and what happens, they come back making almost every product better than the U.S.

      Raw BlowRaw Blow6 oy oldin
    • Make sure it says "Made in Japan" on it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • hola tengo una pregunda alguien save algo de nimipala tengo una minipala no tiene fuerza cuando anda

    josemiguel botagarciajosemiguel botagarcia6 oy oldin
  • GReat job!

    Stanisław KStanisław K6 oy oldin
  • Great video again, I seen Andrew coming back to this site a few time, What is the project there for i wonder?

    Cadenas InformaticasCadenas Informaticas6 oy oldin