Re-grading a driveway

21-Sen, 2019
571 021 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a tracked skid steer to re-grade a gravel driveway that was full of pot holes.

Fikrlar
  • pulling out the bobcat on this one eh

    superunknown ?superunknown ?6 kun oldin
  • U nas tak wyglądają drogi powiatowe

    Wojtek kWojtek k15 kun oldin
  • When u can’t afford 2 trucks of gravel u should not have such a long drive way.

    tarmas Khalifatarmas Khalifa28 kun oldin
  • it needed gravel

    paul oliverpaul oliverOy oldin
  • Do believe you gave more than what they paid for. Thats one of the things I enjoy about watching you; you always go that extra step.

    gary meyersgary meyersOy oldin
  • Definitely needed a harley rake for this one.

    gary meyersgary meyersOy oldin
  • With all the long drive way work you do,ever think about getting a small road grader? Love your videos!

    Tony AmentaTony AmentaOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • Wow! I would have nothing but bobcat for gravel road maintenance.Any idea how efficient is bobcat with water bound macadam as compared to other machines?🤔

    Iril IralIril IralOy oldin
  • That road looked like my alley.

    bryan jhgjbryan jhgjOy oldin
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    PuuhisPuuhisOy oldin
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    PuuhisPuuhisOy oldin
  • Box Blade would have been Far more effective and easier..

    ebn hahnebn hahn2 oy oldin
  • P34o

    Maria RodriguezMaria Rodriguez2 oy oldin
  • It’s very enjoyable to watch you use the tooth bucket, maybe because I don’t have one but either way I like it😊

    Jake’s Backhoe & Dozer ServiceJake’s Backhoe & Dozer Service2 oy oldin
  • Good ol’ dawg!

    unjohnunjohn2 oy oldin
  • O

    Laura ValotaLaura Valota2 oy oldin
  • As always, good video. Watched to the end. Customer is always right... as painful as that can be sometimes. Share your experience-based expertise... and let be what will be. Good work Andrew.

    Frodrick FronkensteenFrodrick Fronkensteen3 oy oldin
  • Love watching your show your what america is all about your a hard working man you remind me of how i used to work before i got hurt keep u the good work mike from west virgina

    Michael KoonMichael Koon3 oy oldin
  • Hi

    Office Rev TechOffice Rev Tech3 oy oldin
  • Is there something wrong with Levi’s back legs?

    Andrew CooperAndrew Cooper3 oy oldin
  • The Predator came to play at 3:20.

    Matt DonafrioMatt Donafrio3 oy oldin
  • I can't believe they wouldn't take your advice over the gravel. Some people have to learn the hard way.

    Mister RobatoMister Robato4 oy oldin
    • They do not want to spend any money.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • Is that a good bucket for that job?

    KenKen4 oy oldin
    • The teeth were good for breaking up the hard ground. I didn't need the grapples here, but they gave it a little extra weight. The grapples are nice for grabbing stuff.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • Did you forget your mask for the dust?

    mike beaumontmike beaumont4 oy oldin
  • Levi having a poop 1:56 ...... good boy - everybody deserved a good solid work poop now and then .....

    EZM JebbiseovicEZM Jebbiseovic5 oy oldin
  • Have you ever tried a soil conditioner? They work good for digging out Pot holes in driveways and resurfacing them. Also great for leveling yards.

    Jacob BradburnJacob Bradburn5 oy oldin
  • The owner didn't want more gravel cuz he knew you could fix it without it costing him more money. and you did

    Steve TSteve T5 oy oldin
  • Grading it flat is ok but no gravel was a dumb decision by owner because in the long run hell just pay to have it graded for ever.

    Water ManWater Man6 oy oldin
    • Every 3 years or so. Grading is cheep, gravel is expensive. IDK, once gravel is added, it will be much less maintenance though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Nice job Andrew. That is called getting the most out of your equipment. Dust mask missing.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.6 oy oldin
  • Too much trees can't see through them I'm a dessert rez mutt

    Curtis FranciscoCurtis Francisco6 oy oldin
  • Use dust mask Andy!..I'm serious!🧐.

    ELECTRIC 9ELECTRIC 96 oy oldin
  • Great job....but why not a grader, so much quicker.

    Bad SantaBad Santa7 oy oldin
  • *Nice Job I have to do a few of these soon* #WorldsOkayestFarmer

    Worlds Okayest FarmerWorlds Okayest Farmer7 oy oldin
  • Time to buy a road grader Andrew!

    Chris KirbyChris Kirby7 oy oldin
  • Andrew, help Levi and Daisy? Up and down your trucks. I always helped my GSD. It's an awkward down and up?

    Naila Sch2Naila Sch27 oy oldin
  • excellent work,as always!

    John ColletteJohn Collette8 oy oldin
  • Interesting that they didn't want to go ahead and throw gravel down the driveway. It would have lasted them a years.

    publicEnimapublicEnima8 oy oldin
  • They should have taken your advice and got the extra gravel well done AC

    William O'ConnorWilliam O'Connor8 oy oldin
  • I had to put my dog of 13 yrs to sleep 7 days ago today at 6:45 p.m. It's been one long and tough and lonely week. Logged on to see Levi tonight

    Dale TraynerDale Trayner9 oy oldin
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    Juha lindströmJuha lindström9 oy oldin
  • wouldn't a d5 dozer worked better on that,

    MICHAEL POEMICHAEL POE9 oy oldin
  • always need foreman levi

    gravemind452gravemind45210 oy oldin
  • Best quote ever It’s easy to fix something that’s bad because anything is an improvement Love the videos

    Monti MitchellMonti Mitchell10 oy oldin
  • Absolutely no compaction no water you didn't even drain the puddles first so now they will come straight back because there big soft spots sure you got it looking flat but as for the quality of the work I think this is a very unprofessional fix up of a drive way you would not be paid if you done a job like this in Australia mate I'll give you the red hot tip

    Blair WilsonBlair Wilson10 oy oldin
    • I tracked on it for compaction. This repair will last a few years, It didn't cost much, that's all they wanted to pay for. I did this driveway 5 years ago. I offered to do a really good job on the driveway, they said they could not afford it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • HYi Andrew why do you not look for a used grader all this road maintenance would be a piece of cake and with your ability to fix old stuff it might be worth your while to look into these keep up the good work take care thankyou for the video ciao gimmy hey when are you going to finish the tower house ????

    Gimmy SolaGimmy Sola11 oy oldin
  • I don't like grading roads without adding gravel. The finished product sucks, and usually drainage is an issue due to the shoulders being higher then the road. I know this was the customers choice, not yours.

    1958johndeere6201958johndeere62011 oy oldin
  • LOL they turned down gravel. You will be back there in a few months.

    Mister RobatoMister Robato11 oy oldin
  • box gannon next on the list

    Diesel RamchargerDiesel Ramcharger11 oy oldin
  • If you do a lot of this type work, a land plane with hydraulic actuated scarifiers would be a nice investment

    Chris RChris R11 oy oldin
  • U should look into a ventral for gravel driveway s and other stuff

    HE-MAN 5678HE-MAN 567811 oy oldin
  • >^. .^< The faster a wheel passes acorss small rectangular shaped stone drivway surfaces, the more the chance the retangular stone will have a fulcrum near the middle by chance and downaward force or angular force will push one down and flip this stone and many others out of the area and develope a pot hole. Then when a wheel passes thru a the puddle the weight or angular momentum makes a Tsunami and the water washes ans sand out of the puddle each and every time sone one drives thru it..... Spect roads with marble shaped rocks arwe less likely to flip the round stones off the deiveway....

    UTubeGlennARUTubeGlennAR11 oy oldin
  • how do you determine how much to charge a customer to repair a driveway? does the number of pieces of equipment make a difference? do yo charge by the foot?

    Paul SublettPaul SublettYil oldin
  • 👍👌👏

    chru caschru casYil oldin
  • Time to buy a road grader? that would be awsome! 4.bp.blogspot.com/-BliuDycIgE4/U4wfW51oltI/AAAAAAAAAwE/ZEGKkAGjya4/s1600/The-Working-Principle-Of-Road-Grader.jpg

    Timmy QvarnströmTimmy QvarnströmYil oldin
  • Do you ever think about using a grader?You would master it in no time! :)

    Viking HeartViking HeartYil oldin
  • Ok that bucket is unusual -- with the teeth and smooth inside but still with grapples -- and brilliant. I need one what do I call it?

    Gary ChernipeskiGary ChernipeskiYil oldin
  • Did you find a trans for the little dodge yet ? I looked and found them for like $150 in my city up to $250 and $500 . Incase you want to grab a spare I’m in Detroit mi

    Raul PorkuuRaul PorkuuYil oldin
    • I found the auto and manual $400 for manual ”raulporkuu@gmail.com” I’ll tell you all my secrets . Idk how to send you a email or anything like that .

      Raul PorkuuRaul PorkuuYil oldin
    • That dodge raider? I have not, its a 1989 5 speed with the 4 cylinder motor if you find one.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • Okay, I am hooked. I have spent hours watching you clear driveways, fix motors, wave run the Hudson and even built the coolest workshop ever. . You are one very talented and resourceful guy. I love your ingenuity when tackling a problem. I would love to see all your toys and there accessories lined up in a row. It seems just when I think you have every possible machine for the job you show up with another one. LOL Would love to see a profile of your drone. You have some pretty exception aerial video's. Keep the videos coming. I am retired so have lots of time to watch them. I live in Canada and winter is coming so I will be stuck in my igloo til the spring thaw. BaaaHaaa

    Baja BanditoBaja BanditoYil oldin
  • How do you feel about asphalt mililngs for driveways?

    Scott BryanScott BryanYil oldin
    • Its good.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • I saw you using that bucket and I was like what the hell is he doing? That isn't the right tool for the job. Then you made it look awesome like always and shut me up. Great job.

    Mike LMike LYil oldin
  • Road Grading Inspector Levi is on the job again and sniffing out the low spots!!

    D. R.H.D. R.H.Yil oldin
  • A diesel's definitely a better truck for you, Andrew

    rclc93rclc93Yil oldin
  • Box blade would have done a better job in less time.

    First LastFirst LastYil oldin
    • II did this job last time with a box blade, it doesn't have the down pressure to break up that packed stone like that tooth bucket does.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • Another Good job !! Tight!! Cheers!

    My Synth DungeonMy Synth DungeonYil oldin
  • Great work! And a lovely view!

    Jacob RamageJacob RamageYil oldin
  • Do you let the Home owner know that your going to be video taping your job and do they say anything about you moving your camera all the time and flying your Drone for a Great video as your working ? Here in Iowa You wouldn't get away with it Get the job done and get out to the next one.

    David SpilmanDavid SpilmanYil oldin
    • I have been telling people, no one has cared. If they cared, they would probably be getting someone else to do the job.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • If they don't add material, those potholes will come back with a vengeance. I hope they don't blame you for that. Makes no sense, they have a machine there, may as well spend the money and do it right. They should also drop a load of gravel and fill the holes as they appear, these roads need a lot of constant maintenance.

    joeashbubemmajoeashbubemmaYil oldin
    • I smoothed that out last time maybe 5 years ago, they don't have any money.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • awesome

    Joe MezzaniniJoe MezzaniniYil oldin
  • Haha, at uzworld.info/player/video/cm_WbdqjgK-bepo that time Levi is taking a dump in the backround :)

    HanmiesonHanmiesonYil oldin
  • Andrew: Levi, Where did you go? Levi: I found the waters, Bitches!

    BryanBryanYil oldin
  • Andrew, how many of your customers do NOT give permission to make a video of the job on their property (in other words, havent you been working last week, or just doing jobs at customers that dont want to get a video of their property online ?)

    SjanzoSjanzoYil oldin
  • Levi supervising, Great job Andrew!

    William WallaceWilliam WallaceYil oldin
  • Hi Andrew I’m looking for new videos of yours I looked at all your videos at least 6 or 8 times Over and over I love your videos let me know when you make new ones I keep looking hoping you have made a new one keep up the good work Your friend from Canada Roger

    Roger ThomasRoger ThomasYil oldin
    • I am working on stuff right now. Ill try to get some stuff up. Two videos I am working on are taking a ton of time.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • do you ever listen to music whilst working, or are those noise cancelling headphones?

    Tony ScottTony ScottYil oldin
    • Those are just noise canceling. I did have a pair that played music, I should use them more.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • Is your white dodge a diesel

    Bretten SmithBretten SmithYil oldin
    • yes

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • I'm no vet but it sure looks like to me that Levi is having a lot of trouble with his joints. The way he walks makes me think he is in constant pain. It struck a cord with me because I have bad knees and the way he walks reminds me a lot of the way I walk! I hope I'm wrong about him.

    Maryann AndersonMaryann AndersonYil oldin
  • Great job 👍 Andrew 👍

    Napoleon BonaparteNapoleon BonaparteYil oldin
  • you did an amazing job with what was there. we had similar issue with our road we werent able to get the pot holes to go away until we brought in about 30 yards of gravel

    sugarloafgeesugarloafgeeYil oldin
  • Why not use your tractor with the box blade attachment?

    Dave C.Dave C.Yil oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata I knew you had a reason...just curious. Thanks!

      Dave C.Dave C.Yil oldin
    • It doesn't rip into that hard gravel as well. Maybe if I fixed the teeth on the box blade, but that stuff was packed like concrete. The skid steer has much more power.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • There was some serious potholes on this job. Almost looked like there could have been more fill or gravel.

    Oby-1Oby-1Yil oldin
  • Levi does love his water

    KirosKirosYil oldin
  • hey man. Love the channel. Was wondering if you could help me out a bit? I just bought a piece of property and I'm in the process of clearing right now. I have a pole barn package being delivered next week and it's been raining like crazy here. My driveway is 400' long and is topped with about 400' of crush and run. I know I should have ponied up the money to put a bigger stone base down but I went cheap and crossed my fingers. Half the driveway is a muddy mess now. Any suggestions?

    kreteman777kreteman777Yil oldin
  • Nice! Do you think this would've been possible without the teeth on the bucket? Like just a straight cutting edge?

    Peter RossiPeter RossiYil oldin
  • Andrew I have never seen you leave a driveway without putting drainage on the one side or other?

    william cullumwilliam cullumYil oldin
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    NEXUN DJNEXUN DJYil oldin
  • You should weld together a box grinder for your skid steer seams as a tool you could use would love to watch that video to.

    CentrikkCentrikkYil oldin
  • Enjoyed it very much. Thanks Andrew and Levi! Cheers!

    GP OutdoorsGP OutdoorsYil oldin
  • 2:07 "Lock S-foils in attack position and engage!"

    afullerhokieafullerhokieYil oldin
  • you need a mask for dust, it will hurt you later in life.

    david rogersdavid rogersYil oldin
  • i hope that you charged them extra because they would not buy some gravel and expected you to just work the gravel that was already there.

    James AldridgeJames AldridgeYil oldin
  • Enjoyed the video! It is so relaxing. So i have a question how do you sharpen your chain saw blades? Have you done a video on sharpening the blades?

    Kathryn SooksanguanKathryn SooksanguanYil oldin
  • I haven't seen the ol d4 in a long time. Seems like it would be good for cutting old driveways.

    Roger HoganRoger HoganYil oldin
  • Nice job, keep it up!

    Anthony YarnellAnthony YarnellYil oldin
  • Isn't this a job for a box/blade? Did you want to use the skid steer because it has tracks? as always, enjoy your videos and the story of a man (and his dog) making his own way

    Stephen MitchellStephen MitchellYil oldin
  • So I guess you decided to keep the bobcat ?

    G RomG RomYil oldin
  • Glad they didn't want gravel more work for you real soon. Tell em break down and make your life easier for me,tired of you asking " didn't you fix this last year?"

    Anthony RomeroAnthony RomeroYil oldin
  • Andrew, I thought you were giving up on the bobcat?

    J DalzellJ DalzellYil oldin
  • Looks like the Catskills are getting Fall color.

    Lade's EddyLade's EddyYil oldin
  • Broke clients are the worst .. they'll cost you time and headache. Nice work with the skidsteer

    Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiYil oldin
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