Splitting a stump, B quality.

9-Sen, 2020
477 689 Ko‘rishlar soni

B quality video: Splitting a stump with a skid steer, moving fire wood, and fixing the mount plate on the skid steer wood splitter.

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  • You should sell t-shirts “Right Cody?” Hehe

    Lorne ChadwellLorne ChadwellKun oldin
  • Amazing

    Yasmin GhaniYasmin Ghani4 kun oldin
  • Do they also have yellow pond dye to discourage people from swimming in it? 😀

    Kerry WareKerry Ware5 kun oldin
  • Love his attitude to stuff..."they made it too big...thats not a problem" then fixes it straight away with no fuss

    david lewisdavid lewis10 kun oldin
  • Dang that is Cody he got big

    Scott AtwoodScott Atwood12 kun oldin
  • Andrew Camarata TWENTY SECOND CENTURY MAN

    Thomas D HarrellThomas D Harrell19 kun oldin
  • @16:27 That's gotta be the coolest thing I have ever seen! What is it, Andrew? A golf cart that you modified?

    Lapis LazuliLapis Lazuli20 kun oldin
  • Did you ever consider putting this splitter on an excavator?

    Tim JohnsonTim Johnson24 kun oldin
  • welding downhill causing issues is a myth, father did weld for 40 years and his repais never broke so carry on sir :D

    SageSage28 kun oldin
  • Only one downside to this video (and its not even AC's doing) My momma passed away from Cancer the day before. AC's content has been keeping me in a mostly stable mental state during this time. Please never stop being you Andrew.

    Leviathan EldigrenLeviathan Eldigren28 kun oldin
  • Where does Levi live now?

    NecerosNeceros28 kun oldin
  • You need 1 million subs!

    KodaKoda28 kun oldin
  • Hallo Andrew can you make a review video of your new mig welder.

    Suvadeep SahaSuvadeep Saha29 kun oldin
    • I guess, it works good.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata29 kun oldin
  • I actually don't know why that's rated as B quality 🤣

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Polaris razor??? Ooooooo

    Joash BowlesJoash BowlesOy oldin
  • The hot tub rehab video was awesome! You so much foresight to build things! Levi can't take much more of those stairs. How about a dumb waiter?

    born2soonborn2soonOy oldin
  • Miss new video

    Bong MancillaBong MancillaOy oldin
  • Seeing the CNC table, did I miss a video about your acquisition of that??

    Christian RayburnChristian RayburnOy oldin
  • I thought "B quality" was a play on words. I thought there was going to be bees in the stump.

    DestroyertheRailWarriorDestroyertheRailWarriorOy oldin
  • I am concerned about Cody, Levi and other dogs running around heavy machines, its not safe at all. I can't imagine if sometimes they are behind the machine and Andrew doesn't have a clear vision while backing up. Hope you see this comment and be safe.

    wondersmeewondersmeeOy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Got it! Thanks for responding, Stay safe and keep churning videos. They are a treat to watch :-)

      wondersmeewondersmeeOy oldin
    • I watch them.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
    • Levi and Lacey have been around this stuff their whole lives, and they are 14 and 13

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Hi Andrew, I wanted to tell you that I am not getting a notification from you when your videos come on, I had AT&T to check my phone, they said my notifications are on, please check yours and see if something is wrong, I would hate to lose your videos.

    Mary JohnsonMary JohnsonOy oldin
  • Hallo Andrew can you make a review video of your new mig welder.

    Suvadeep SahaSuvadeep SahaOy oldin
  • that attachment is pretty cool, needs a longer blade though

    Joe MiltonJoe MiltonOy oldin
  • Maybe put a half gallon of bleach in the water. It would clear right up. But couldn't let Cody drink from it until the bleach wore off.

    DasdfjklDasdfjklOy oldin
  • Hey Andrew...love your channel! Keep it up! One suggestion: Wear some PPE; safety glasses, gloves, etc. As a Safety Manager, I've seen the results of not doing so. You need your eyes and hands, bro!

    Kevin OConnorKevin OConnorOy oldin
    • Thanks. Aren't I usually wearing glasses, I feel like I am pretty careful about that.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Have you ever done a video just on attachments for the skid steer?

    Brian LoganBrian LoganOy oldin
    • yes

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • hey you should do some more jet ski/boat repair videos, i love them!

    Hype GamingHype GamingOy oldin
  • Wats gd andrew long time i see u still doing your thing love the castle

    Nicolas RoqueNicolas RoqueOy oldin
  • For ppl who don’t know AC usually dumps content in the fall and winter from spring and summer work, been this way for the past few years

    J PJ POy oldin
  • Love the video as always Andrew! Just a brief comment about what you said 14:26 about welding downhill; In most common applications, the direction of travel doesn’t matter that much when stick welding. If you’re using a “Fast Freeze” electrode like 6010 or 6011, it doesn’t really matter because the flux coating on that rod is so thin. So the slag layer that is formed over the top of the weld never really has a chance to become a runny liquid. Now if you’re welding with a rod like 7018, you could run into some problems because the flux coating is much thicker, and typically the slag coating will be thicker as well. So when welding downhill, that rod has a tendency to runny and drip kinda like a melting ice cream cone. So the chances of you welding over a piece of slag that has dripped down your work piece are much higher. This can cause contamination of the weld where it leaves little pockets of slag embedded in the metal, which can translate into a weaker weld. Now for what you’re doing, even if this were the case I wouldn’t worry too much because you don’t have to worry about X-Ray testing and welding up to code. In applications like structural steel and pipelines where typically a certification is required, you’d have to be conscious of that and normally weld going uphill to lower the chance of that happening. Again, just some food for thought :) not trying to be a keyboard warrior here. 👍🏻👍🏻

    Yamahaulin 98Yamahaulin 98Oy oldin
  • There’s nothing wrong with welding down hill it actually is cleaner if done right brother! Don’t listen to anyone about down hill, I’ve welded for 38 years! I’ve welded pipe down hill and X-Rayed! Keep it going Andrew, I enjoy your videos brother! 👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk RogersOy oldin
  • Welding down hand with stick isn't a myth, molten slag naturally flows down hill.... therefor doing vertical welds uphill allows the slag to flow away from the leading puddle and not into it. Mechanized Inert Gas welding or M.I.G. doesn't have the same slag problem so you can weld down hand no problem with M.I.G. because your only shielding the weld with a vapor gas.

    Mr.McGooverMr.McGooverOy oldin
  • The only one who has been

    Orv RiceOrv RiceOy oldin
  • Do you ever run across any bears or other animals in your jobs

    William SpeedyWilliam SpeedyOy oldin
  • Burning stick without an auto hood. Throwback

    Michael OsmonMichael OsmonOy oldin
  • incredible results".. Thank you for your videos.

    nieooj gotoynieooj gotoyOy oldin
  • that blue stuff looks nasty

    Snarky McsnarklesSnarky McsnarklesOy oldin
  • Great vid wats the attachment called? Thanks!

    Gunge 1775Gunge 1775Oy oldin
  • Long time no see, glad your ok! Cody’s looking happy, Hows Levi? Was waiting to see “splash...” then a blue dog lol! I coulda used that attachment the other night, the wife made a meatloaf brick conventional knives couldn’t cut!✌🏼😉

    J. D. LargeJ. D. LargeOy oldin
  • Did you bought another mig welder?

    Sankar SahaSankar SahaOy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata make a review video of your new mig welder.

      Sankar SahaSankar SahaOy oldin
    • Got a 211

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • I happen to be sat watching this wearing one of Andrew's very nice shirts. I hope every time I wear it, a new video appears 😁

    bouytt guytbouytt guytOy oldin
  • Glad to see you back. I really enjoy watching you doing your own repairs, reminds me of myself when I was a much younger man.

    Alton HouseAlton HouseOy oldin
  • ЧТО ТАК МАЛО СТАЛО ВЫХОДИТЬ ВЫДЕО СКУЧНО СКУЧНО ДАВАЙ АМ ВЫДЕО ЗАПИССЫВАЙ ЖДЕМ ВЫДЕО ЧТОБ ВЫХОДИЛО ОЧЕНЬ РЕТКО ОЧЕНЬ РЕТКО ОБОЖАЮ ТОВИИ ВДУШКИИИ ТВОИИ СОБАЧКИ ДАВАЙ ЧЕТО СТРОИТЬ ОБОЖАЮ КОГДА ТЫ ЧЕТО СТРОИШ И КОНЕШНО КОПАЕШ

    Нели ПопоНели ПопоOy oldin
  • Dang, I been missing this guy. Glad you’re back

    seeni gztyseeni gztyOy oldin
    • I hate stumps too😡. Nice video.

      bouytt guytbouytt guytOy oldin
  • Welcome Back Andrew.

    Jim PumphreyJim PumphreyOy oldin
  • Nice to chop up stumps. Just got a CAT 289D gonna put this on it. Awesome thanks

    mitzvah golemmitzvah golemOy oldin
  • Who says you shouldn't weld down hill with stick? You can weld any direction the stick is designed to weld. Up, down, upside down, whatever, as long as you use the right rod.

    Cyanide300Cyanide300Oy oldin
  • Love the fact that you record in 2160p. Makes my 30" curved widescreen come to life! Great video, Andrew...keep makin' 'em!

    Bruce SkinnerBruce SkinnerOy oldin
    • Thanks, will do.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Why are your dogs so well tempered? My dogs a nut case!

    Crotch BanisterCrotch BanisterOy oldin
    • the inside. uzworld.info/player/video/p3LIpK-vnrWnfGM

      seeni gztyseeni gztyOy oldin
  • That’s a great thing to be doing! if you keep the forest floor cleaner by removing stumps there’s less fuel for a potential forest fire 👍

    Richard HRichard HOy oldin
  • That thing is more aggravation than production..piece of junk.

    cleo0399cleo0399Oy oldin
  • You should put weed killer around the pond

    Try It all TristinTry It all TristinOy oldin
  • Wo wo wo what’s that in the back ground 15:47. Did I miss something or is he just fixing that artic cat

    Kase HondersKase HondersOy oldin
  • I Noticed a KRX in the background of this video and on your instagram stories. as an avid sxs rider I would love to hear your thoughts on the KRX

    Andy VanceAndy VanceOy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata video on it soon?

      Andy VanceAndy VanceOy oldin
    • That thing is ridiculous.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • your videos have too many ads

    chris salyerschris salyersOy oldin
    • like the haircut andrew looks good

      drttyu liqmdrttyu liqmOy oldin
  • Very very very good 👏👏👏👏👏

    Ekskavatör AvcısıEkskavatör AvcısıOy oldin
  • that attachment would be way better if it could revolve the head 90 degrees ( cutting blade in horizontal position ) than you could use it to cut trees with it !

    Steve NormandinSteve NormandinOy oldin
  • I hate stumps too😡. Nice video.

    AZVIDSAZVIDSOy oldin
  • HOw is Levi?

    Jason SwiftJason SwiftOy oldin
  • yo, I've been waiting on a video for what seems like forever! Welcome back! :D

    senni bgonsenni bgonOy oldin
    • Don't post as "unlisted" your vids aren't even suggested anymore while the previous were.

      annag coclannag coclOy oldin
  • Problem with downhill welding is that it often can have poor penetration, especially if you weld thicker steel. Here is a link to a video that shows what downhill welds look like on the inside. uzworld.info/player/video/p3LIpK-vnrWnfGM

    The_Hate_InsideThe_Hate_InsideOy oldin
    • Andrew looks tired! His face shows it. Relax young man, relax.

      annag coclannag coclOy oldin
  • Gotta love the clickbait title on this. Amazing video! you wouldn't believe the shocking footage of how the stump splits!

    The_Hate_InsideThe_Hate_InsideOy oldin
    • "why I'm quitting youtube forever, shocking admission that will leave you speechless!"

      Joe MiltonJoe MiltonOy oldin
  • Downhill welding is often used for fillet welding of steel sheets due to the following advantages over uphill welding. (1) Faster welding speed (2) Easier to obtain small-leg fillet weld (3) Shallower penetration (4) Lower heat input due to faster welding speed (5) Less welding distortion However, downhill welding can inhibit penetration and generate slag inclusions unless a welder can control the arc to track correctly on the welding line at fast speeds

    Chakat NightsparkleChakat NightsparkleOy oldin
    • I bet Andrew never gets splinters or blisters. I didn't realize how soft my hands were until I started working with my hands.

      senni bgonsenni bgonOy oldin
  • Instead of or together with Coddy you need a son imao.

    Kredo800Kredo800Oy oldin
  • Don't they have properly tool in US to mount on machines? He can't be proude off that work

    Swe.Bras64Swe.Bras64Oy oldin
    • m.uzworld.info/player/video/m4XPiLKchbOoc3w

      Swe.Bras64Swe.Bras64Oy oldin
  • Welding downhill depends on the process and the application. It is widely agreed that all slag processes should not be welded down hill, BUT you can do it if it is not an inspected item. So if you are welding for yourself, you shouldnt care. The main reason why people say you shouldnt weld slag processes downhill is due to the possible slag inclusions you can get from the slag puddle moving faster then the weld bead and getting trapped under it and not being able to rise to the surface.

    DuriensBaneDuriensBaneOy oldin
  • I like how you solve problems, Andrew

    laskin riubnlaskin riubnOy oldin
  • like the haircut andrew looks good

    Grex X5Grex X5Oy oldin
  • I LOVE YOUR VIDS

    SGT. Charles PetersonSGT. Charles PetersonOy oldin
  • Welcome Back!!! Let the lessons begin!

    Scott SchaefferScott SchaefferOy oldin
  • Hey louder design The whole thing is I wouldn't about that I can make a whole lot more Meena 1

    Mike BatemanMike BatemanOy oldin
    • Wow,You could really put the squeeze on somebody! Ha ha!

      laskin riubnlaskin riubnOy oldin
  • Cody, I love u

    Stanisław KStanisław KOy oldin
  • You've been hiding for a minute ! Hope Levi is doing good !

    annag coclannag coclOy oldin
  • Andrew looks tired! His face shows it. Relax young man, relax.

    David Kathleen BruskyDavid Kathleen BruskyOy oldin
  • Don't post as "unlisted" your vids aren't even suggested anymore while the previous were.

    michaelovitchmichaelovitchOy oldin
  • Hola Andrew: Soy seguidor de tus vídeos desde Barcelona (Europa). Un amigo veterano de éste medio, (el vídeo), me aconsejó poco movimiento para editar en 4K. Es lo que ocurre cuando gravas a tu perro corriendo (imagen borrosa, mal). Hice unas pruebas con mi nueva cámara Sony, en el formato de 4K y viendo el mal resultado abandoné éste formato, decidí gravar en AVCHD. Soy mucho mayor que tu, pero sigo aprendiendo cada día. De ti, la determinación y el trabajo bien hecho para poder decir luego "esto lo hice yo". No te arrugas ante nada. Yo, de más mayor, quiero ser como tu... He sido "motero" hasta los más setenta años, he tenido unas cuantas motos clásicas. Mi última motocicleta de uso diario, fue una BMW 800 ST, la cual vendí llorando el año pasado, una maravilla, potente y rápida. Pongo un enlace de mis vídeos de aficionado. Me complacería poder comunicarme contigo de una forma más personal por correo. uzworld.info/player/video/oX20l9qHnpmYfWs

    Paco Abarca F.Paco Abarca F.Oy oldin
    • @annag cocl Se le nota muy afín al mundo Camarata. Después de editar unos cuantos kilómetros de vídeo, usted notaría que al principio del vídeo con el perro corriendo el efecto "foto movida". Mi crítica siempre es constructiva hacia Andrew Camarata, soy admirador suyo. Pero adivino que Andrew es un "perfeccionador" en todo lo que hace y seguro que el estaría de acuerdo conmigo. Pido disculpas por no hablar su lengua, espero que el traductor de Google funcione bien. Desde Barcelona un saludo. uzworld.info/player/video/fImokquHZciyq6Y

      Paco Abarca F.Paco Abarca F.Oy oldin
    • B quality? Can’t tell the difference! It’s Camarata quality

      annag coclannag coclOy oldin
  • You've been hiding for a minute ! Hope Levi is doing good !

    drttyu liqmdrttyu liqmOy oldin
  • I bet Andrew never gets splinters or blisters. I didn't realize how soft my hands were until I started working with my hands.

    ESPSJESPSJOy oldin
  • its not that you can't weld down hill just you need a special ticket for it to do it professional and getting the processes approved on a job is a night mare good money for the x-ray techs tho. so no one does it on paper but some tiles you got to do what you got to do. primary reason they don't b/c risk of slag inclusion is very high

    christerpher Feddemachristerpher FeddemaOy oldin
  • Chainsaw?

    Ed DreamEd DreamOy oldin
    • There aint no nuclear submarine goin out to sea with one inch of downhill welding. Learn from the pros....

      drttyu liqmdrttyu liqmOy oldin
  • wow what a fantasy😂😂😂

    Davide MontaniniDavide MontaniniOy oldin
  • Yeah where have you been? Lol. Miss your vids and narration...and Cody and Levie.

    Hector LHector LOy oldin
  • not sure how much time you have to read comments, but I really like watching your videos. I've seen probably 85% of all your videos and I don't think there's any I don't enjoy watching

    Chuck KolanczChuck KolanczOy oldin
  • Wow,You could really put the squeeze on somebody! Ha ha!

    Jimmy StrangeJimmy StrangeOy oldin
  • Hey, that's My 225 Lincoln stick there. A fine machine that'll burn lots-o-rod in a hurry. Nice double blade skid steer rail. I welded another ax head onto the top of one of my splitters...helps cut bigger pieces nicely. Try it, you'll like it.

    James FoxJames FoxOy oldin
  • I wondered what the wood was for.

    gardenman3gardenman3Oy oldin
  • all these ugly grunt jobs;..its great that you have all the right equipment and when required modify,modify, modify as needed...!

    Liberty PatriotLiberty PatriotOy oldin
  • Andrew, it's been so long since you had a vid we forgot about this great attachment. Fun times in southern Oregon, while the state burns its cities to the ground and antifa decimates Portland, we at least have a Camarata video to remind us that life is not all horror. Thanks, buddy.

    candacecandaceOy oldin
  • Andrew’s dog has the same energy levels as his owner.

    Joe BassfordJoe BassfordOy oldin
  • B quality? Can’t tell the difference! It’s Camarata quality

    RiveraRiveraOy oldin
  • Why though

    Jesse RousseauJesse RousseauOy oldin
  • That's a real neat attachment. Love your videos Andrew. 👍👍🇨🇦🐶❤

    Dermot ByrneDermot ByrneOy oldin
  • You’re livin the life. Keep it up. If you can can take care of yourself and your family doing this there is no more noble pursuit.

    Mark HansenMark HansenOy oldin
  • There aint no nuclear submarine goin out to sea with one inch of downhill welding. Learn from the pros....

    talisaytalisayOy oldin
  • Andy’s match profile. “ I have all the manly toys ... I play all day ... I have a dog and a dump truck. Oh yeah I almost forgot. I live in a castle “ Bam !!!!

    Michael DamonMichael DamonOy oldin
  • I feel like I know this guys property so well ...I could find the toilet paper in the dark. Keep them coming Andrew!!

    Ben KuehlBen KuehlOy oldin
  • Welding downhill no strength is true. I rebuilt equipment for 30 years. I can weld uphill as fast as you downhill. First starting I tried it and the equipment broke very easily because our operators are not as talented as you andrew.

    Paublus Americanus AMERICANUSPaublus Americanus AMERICANUSOy oldin
  • Much better improvement

    Glenn DavisGlenn DavisOy oldin
  • Really enjoy your videos.. What you do with your Life is truly inspiring, honestly. I think about some of those early videos I caught, where you were repairing small engines in your shop, and all the things you have accomplished. WoW! Thanks for sharing!!

    Jeremy SmithJeremy SmithOy oldin
  • Andrew may say its B quality but UZworld says its on the trending list.

    Boris FettBoris FettOy oldin
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