Replacing a bobcat drive motor

29-May, 2020
857 820 Ko‘rishlar soni

Installing a new drive motor and hoses on a Bobcat t300 tracked skid steer. Everything was rusted. And welding a crack in the front idler mount.

  • Snakes he had. In Egypt hieroglyphs they show snakes but realistically they are instructions in how to coil ropes and cables effectively.

    Keith MalloryKeith Mallory7 soat oldin
  • 35:40 thats how you do that...awesome

    olav m Songeolav m SongeKun oldin
  • What is the computer cald that you tride

    David FedrikssonDavid Fedriksson2 kun oldin
  • Good Watching but to many ADS

    rhJeff oorhJeff oo2 kun oldin
  • What a nightmare. Guess you won’t be getting any sponsor dollars from bobcat. What a piece of junk

    brianroark88brianroark882 kun oldin
  • Cody is a smart dog.

    John ParkJohn Park3 kun oldin
  • the Kubota you have you said has 9700 miles on it. well times avg speed limit of 60 miles a hour. that gives you 582,000 Miles that it has on it.

    Chakat NightsparkleChakat Nightsparkle3 kun oldin
  • 35:52 Cody's next big idea: USE A STICK

    CrudusViscusCrudusViscus3 kun oldin
  • I see mf's who are havin money like God. Looks like drug money if you ask me...😀😀😀😎😎😎

    James JohnsonJames Johnson4 kun oldin
  • I bet that was used to load salt??

    Clyde DooseldorphClyde Dooseldorph7 kun oldin

    BILL NGOBILL NGO8 kun oldin
  • I wounder which andrew spent more on his jeep, or the 2 bobcats he had

    Thomas DobrenickThomas Dobrenick8 kun oldin
  • 47:35 you reinforced the wrong location... determine the torque that caused that failure and then eliminate it or reinforce the fractured area (top and bottom)...

    Construction Engineering & Failure AnalysisConstruction Engineering & Failure Analysis9 kun oldin
  • the whole damn thing is just rust lmao

    Emmanuel ThommyEmmanuel Thommy11 kun oldin
  • Andre w your a genius and no problem is too big for you

    Paul SalibaPaul Saliba13 kun oldin
  • 之前看Andrew操作bobcat还有些好感,这个视频起码看到两个设计缺陷。1,液压驱动器保护不周。2,前轮架构开裂。bobcat做的不够好…

    黄祥明黄祥明13 kun oldin
  • Those early Bobcat track loaders are notorious for drive motor issues. Avoid at all costs.

    sklirosskliros13 kun oldin
  • Big air tank, needle scaler, 4 angle hydraulic wrenches. These will be your new friends.

    joe headjoe head13 kun oldin
  • Money shot @ 2:13

    joe headjoe head14 kun oldin
  • My dad reprogrammed are f350 2007 to have more power like that

    Cajeeper The gamerCajeeper The gamer14 kun oldin
  • Love it when my husband says “how did you know that?” Andrew and Cody showed me!

    Kathryn McCluskeyKathryn McCluskey14 kun oldin
  • Dog is the real certified engineer here...

    jurpkerjurpker16 kun oldin
  • I love watching and realizing... "hey, I've done something very similar..."... and then... "man, how did i know it wasn't going to be done when it was done?"... and then... "awww... what a pro!!" If it needs to be done, you can count on Andrew to do it right. Back in the day, I was compulsive about washing the implements down after plowing or discing or mowing, and my dad never said anything, but I could tell he thought I was being a bit overly fastidious. But I never had a plow, disc, or shredder rust out on me.

    Jason StarrJason Starr16 kun oldin
  • I took mine fishing one winter on a swamp lake, funny someone stole it.

    Jack BrydgesJack Brydges19 kun oldin
  • This guy could fix America

    Cameron LeeCameron Lee19 kun oldin
  • I had a toy bobcat and it broke see 😆, your friends are dam lucky to have you .

    my surly truckermy surly trucker19 kun oldin
  • Cho tôi hỏi nếu mua chiếc xe ủi mini như vậy giá tiền là bao nhiêu vậy ????????

    Thuan SĐThuan SĐ19 kun oldin
  • I love it Andrew, you are the motivator. I have been putting off a project for over a year till I started watching your video's. I now have a mechanic mind set, thanks to you!

    Park LanePark Lane20 kun oldin
  • This is what happens when you don’t take care of your machines. Even though it has lower hours on it, it can still become a POS if you don’t keep up on maintenance and cleaning.

    Joshua SidwellJoshua Sidwell20 kun oldin
    • @Joshua Sidwell lol

      ksfrazksfraz8 kun oldin
    • @ksfraz I live in Canada and we don’t run into problems with that. The salt should be used for ice only not snow and only laid after the plowing is done. Still our road salting trucks all get pressure washed in the shop at the end of the shift and left to dry and the equipment ends up lasting.

      Joshua SidwellJoshua Sidwell8 kun oldin
    • It's been in the salt/used for snow removal, very common in the northeast.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Need to fix hydraulic...uses hydraulic system to jack vehicle up.

    syntaxerorrsyntaxerorr20 kun oldin
  • PB Blaster on the broke off studs before & after you weld nuts on them so it creeps into the threads

    Smitty's channelSmitty's channel20 kun oldin
    • and LOTS of never-sieze on all the bolts putting it back together

      Smitty's channelSmitty's channel20 kun oldin
  • Just a couple of gallons of rusty metal primer and gloss red Rustoleum will do wonders!?!!

    Gerald MillerGerald Miller20 kun oldin
  • Heaven: machinery that works. Hell: getting machinery from someone who did not take care of their equipment, and you bought it.

    Gerald MillerGerald Miller20 kun oldin

    WadeWade20 kun oldin
  • 40 reasons why NOT to buy a Bob Cat. What a P.O.S.

    Leon GrahamLeon Graham20 kun oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal. The owners at fault there, not Bobcat.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Andrew, model for the Miller welder? Thanks, another great video!

    TLB FarmTLB Farm20 kun oldin
  • What is the red paint and black paint that you used it just Rustoleum?

    Richard RuthRichard Ruth21 kun oldin
  • Honestly I'd have to say I prefer bobcat over pretty much every other loader. Followed closely by kubota.

    clay longestclay longest21 kun oldin
  • Andrew, don't forget to introduce your helpers.

    Terry ETerry E21 kun oldin
  • Don't heat the bolt heat the area around the bolt da.

    Arthur FiorilloArthur Fiorillo21 kun oldin
  • I always believed "Bobcat" was a reputable machine. After seeing this, Not anymore! Wow

    Stan ChaseStan Chase21 kun oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal. The owners at fault there, not Bobcat.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Weld the Washer to it then the nut shit that makes alot of sence.

    R.j. BrownR.j. Brown21 kun oldin
  • I dont lnow what year that bobcat is but id never guess you break off every hose fitting on the machine.

    R.j. BrownR.j. Brown21 kun oldin
  • Dude, that broken bolt would have killed me. I'd have gotten super pissed and lost my shit. Your patience is admirable.

    Eric RobisonEric Robison22 kun oldin
  • WOW! Andrew & Cody can fix anything! CODY PARAPHRASING GHOSTBUSTERS: "Andrew had the tools and we had the talent!" LOL. Must be great to have a friend like Andrew with the tools and knowhow to fix things. Only 3,000 away from 700,000 subscribers! I have been going back into Andrews older videos & Liking ones that I missed Liking in the past. Andrew does not toot his own horn enough. He should at least flash a four-second PLEASE LIKE messages on his new videos screens, somewhere.

    Rick BuecheRick Bueche22 kun oldin
  • Hey, you say " do not buy bobcat " Have you ever thought where this came from? might have been an Insurance buy back due to flood ? PATRICK

    Patrick APatrick A23 kun oldin
    • The machine should be designed to work no matter what the circumstances are.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata22 kun oldin
  • Just a word of advice, when moving high pressure gas bottle(s) it's good practice to remove the regulator(s) and put the cap(s) on the bottle(s) until it's stationary and ready to work. Kind regards, Al.

    AlAl25 kun oldin
    • @R.j. Brown If Andrew was only wheeling his welding rig to the Bobcat I wouldn't have said anything. But it was seeing him wrestling it out of the forklift and almost hit the regulator on the frame that made me comment.

      AlAl21 kun oldin
    • Thats right al safety Jane must be on her lunch break?

      R.j. BrownR.j. Brown21 kun oldin
  • To make it a bit easier on you next time, lift the bobcat and take the skid plates off it will get you easier access to the hydraulic pump housing and using white lithium grease on the geared track drivers and end of Hose lines before you go out into snow and it will help act like a barrier from the snow melting and the salt I hope the information helped CRC 5037 White Lithium Grease its 4.75 a can on Amazon

    mr. Hoolemr. Hoole25 kun oldin
  • Andrew that was one tough repair on that rust bucket Bobcat but you won. That was a beautiful job of spreading the gravel in your parking area, it looks a whole lot better.

    John WardenJohn Warden26 kun oldin
  • Bobcats really are the Harley Davidson of construction equipment. xD

    Cookie's House Cannabis CoCookie's House Cannabis Co26 kun oldin
  • I would have taken off those hoses before heating up as they could be damaged as well as the rubber gaskets in them from the heat.

    ajaw tonyajaw tony27 kun oldin
  • Bobcat engineering at its finest ! POS!

    Robert GRobert G27 kun oldin
  • I'm picking grease off my shirt!

    Robert GRobert G27 kun oldin
  • Far to many adds Switching off .

    Thelma RobinsonThelma Robinson27 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck27 kun oldin
  • And now to do the other side...

    Michael ZandiotisMichael Zandiotis27 kun oldin
  • I wonder if Segomo Lug Nut and Bolt remover would help.

    CozmicSaber's OpinionsCozmicSaber's Opinions27 kun oldin
  • Great job Adrew you made the best decisionon and Bobcats are the worst to work on and repair

    Alan SmithAlan Smith28 kun oldin
  • Couple of hoses that’s all. Broken bolts, fix the welder. I would of cursed myself 1,000 times

    Grumpy Grandpa Patriot ShowGrumpy Grandpa Patriot Show28 kun oldin
  • Like a surgical master 😂😂 Cody loves to help 😂😂

    Jackie BinnsJackie Binns29 kun oldin
  • What do you think about the new Bobcat track loaders like the T76? How much did the drive Motor cost? What would the dealer probably charged for that job? Would love to see a video comparing track loaders/skid steers if you ever get inclination. You think a compact excavator (Like a E35) and track loader could clear trees and make couple thousand feet of driveway for off grid mountain homestead, or would I need to rent a bull dozer?

    Redland. FarmRedland. Farm29 kun oldin
  • No cursing, no apparent frustration!! What's wrong with you guys!! Nice job!

    Jet FerryJet Ferry29 kun oldin
  • Don't want to sound like an idiot but with that last bolt that you were trying to get out. Couldn't you have used a drill and drilled a new hole through the old bolt with a metal drill bit? Just a thought :)

    Ben HBen H29 kun oldin
  • Hey Andrew, what was that computer that you plugged into your truck?

    Jess BarkerJess Barker29 kun oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata thank you 😊

      Jess BarkerJess Barker29 kun oldin
    • Jess Barker edge tuner

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata29 kun oldin
  • Good job guys it looks like it was a major undertaking and you all handled it well ! I will recommending you to my friends!

    Robert LockeRobert LockeOy oldin
  • Today's lesson, don't get a Bobcat.

    Rob WRob WOy oldin
    • The lesson is, don't use your Bobcat for snow removal and leave the salt on it.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Man the patience of this guy is amazing. I’m a retired technician from a caterpillar heavy equipment , and used to work on this pain in the ass skipsteers. My coworkers know went I was working on them. Boy I scream my lungs out every 5 minutes.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.

    ivan hernandezivan hernandezOy oldin
  • Spot weld the washer 2 or three times around the edge then place the nut on top and fill. Then LEAVE TO COOL for a minute.

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-TateOy oldin
  • As my dad always said about welding: "The bigger the glob, the better the job". We are not very good welders.

    John KennedyJohn KennedyOy oldin
  • fucking oxidation i'm repaire drive motor for my schafte hr12 normaly 2000euro for one new me repaire 2 for 800euros im buy générique in uk but you in state more easy to me in frenche nofing all from uk and state good job

    brazidec cyrillebrazidec cyrilleOy oldin

    Robert CowanRobert CowanOy oldin
  • Never weld on oil. Instead, consider building a circular enclosure around the perimeter of the thinning /leak area and then build an igloo over top of it, without hitting the thin area. A steel cap would work too. Thank you for the awesome videos, I admire the hell out of your ambition.

    donktheclowndonktheclownOy oldin
  • Disappointed to hear the quality issues with Bobcat since it’s an American company. Maybe they’re watching.

    Yosemite SamYosemite SamOy oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal. The owners at fault there, not Bobcat.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Man I'm so glad my machines are in California so we don't have to deal with the rust. That looks like a pain in the ass

    Russ HoltRuss HoltOy oldin
    • Usually that doesnt happen. I think this machine was used for plowing snow in the salt. That salt stuff ruins stuff.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Good friends are great to have, nice work

    Bruce BlaisBruce BlaisOy oldin
  • Looked like the project from hell! Keep up the good work man

    Elliot HytinenElliot HytinenOy oldin
  • "Oh this isn't that bad. " You don't say stuff like that you wind up doing it twice.

    TheOutLaw CarpenterTheOutLaw CarpenterOy oldin
  • Very nice job Andrew, I enjoy watching your channel very much.

    Rafael OteroRafael OteroOy oldin
  • Good old liquid wrench got that right apart 😂

    Nick SNick SOy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, I just discovered your channel from Essential Craftman's podcast... I really like your videos and the fact that you are showing the whole process of repairing stuff... especially the numerous failures and attempts! It feels good sometimes to see real people on UZworld struggling instead of the usual perfect repair video with no pitfalls... lol I absolutely love your persistence

    Cody BourqueCody BourqueOy oldin
  • Bolts can't strip if they're a liquid

    Nick GrahamNick GrahamOy oldin
  • Can’t be tight if it’s a liquid

    Bradley StannardBradley StannardOy oldin
  • Dad i got u a stick!

    karl kelleykarl kelleyOy oldin
  • Epic. Reminds me of working with my dad

    Ben TerrellBen TerrellOy oldin
  • I love these long repair videos.

    Mad DeXXXMad DeXXXOy oldin
  • It’s always the first bolt or the last bolt...

    Scott ClevelandScott ClevelandOy oldin
  • It looks like an old ford escort with all that rust

    Ben DoverBen DoverOy oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Whats the computer and did you end up getting one?

    hypercube33hypercube33Oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍

    Степьняк KZСтепьняк KZOy oldin
  • I wonder if the previous owner used it for snow plowing in salt with how rusted out everything is. Have you thought about getting a needle scaler for the rust?

    Small engine sales And repairSmall engine sales And repairOy oldin
  • you have the best Channel on YT. so informative and intriguing. i don't own anything you have but just watching you work and fix stuff is so amazing. keep it up Loving it!

    john pjohn pOy oldin
  • Did the rebuilder accept the rusted out core?

    Alexis DeVilleAlexis DeVilleOy oldin
    • Yes. I even called and told them what happened. they still wanted it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • That Bobcat is sure a rusted mess!

    Alexis DeVilleAlexis DeVilleOy oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin
  • Yea, usually let it cool before trying to take it off or heat up around the bolt to expand the metal, not the bolt

    Wade LaschWade LaschOy oldin
  • breaks bolts off on all lines then gets a torch out

    Andrey LAndrey LOy oldin
  • An edge is one of the last tuners I’d ever run on my truck. Hang around the performance diesel world and find some good efi live tuning, you won’t regret it.

    Jake EvansJake EvansOy oldin
    • What's wrong with it? I had it in the months now. The truck has better power, its nice.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • IF i found all these issues with the Bobcat, i'd be cussing up like crazy,i assume you edited all that out of your video lol

    Thomas GriffinThomas GriffinOy oldin
  • next time pressure wash the dam thing duh

    robert smithrobert smithOy oldin
  • Man this guy is like a jack of all trades.

    blessed7foldblessed7foldOy oldin
  • Fix it,.... then SELL IT!! Not worth the aggravation.... thank you NEVER BUY A BOBCAT PRODUCT.... EVER!!

    Sharky's MachineSharky's MachineOy oldin
    • It's been in salt from snow removal. The owners at fault there, not Bobcat.

      ksfrazksfraz11 kun oldin