Working with a Pettibone crane

10-Noy, 2019
650 095 Ko‘rishlar soni

Setting some wood beams with a Pettibone 25 multicrane, than doing a drop of maintenance to it.

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  • Xhfgfg

    Kailash SinghKailash Singh26 kun oldin
  • Also I do not know why you have a two-part line on that cable I hadn't seen you lift anything that would need a two-part if you one parted it you would not have any problems with the cable and number two it would go faster

    Will USAWill USA29 kun oldin
  • Life would be much easier and It Go much faster if you mark centers

    Will USAWill USA29 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • You need to buy yourself a metal on metal and metal lave

    Jerry JosephJerry JosephOy oldin
  • SOMEBODY get that man a battery strap!

    born2soonborn2soon2 oy oldin
  • When you're not using your crane especially for any length of time you always want to leave the leave the boom up some cuz if not water will collect inside the boom and Willie do a lot of damage

    Will USAWill USA2 oy oldin
  • You are a very nice friend bless you

    Yasmin GhaniYasmin Ghani2 oy oldin
  • Made in the U.P

    Elliot HytinenElliot Hytinen2 oy oldin
  • At 6:08 "Sorry Buddy, but if you were a dog we could spend all day swimming and jet skiing and exploring"

    Barry BarryBarry Barry2 oy oldin
  • At 1:55 Levi is laying there thinking "i'm really hoping he isn't taking me to the amusement park again, that roller coaster really freaked me out last time!!!"

    Barry BarryBarry Barry2 oy oldin
  • Pettibone is an old company. I remember their end loaders

    paul hatchpaul hatch2 oy oldin
  • Looks like a dangerous piece of crap crane, that a know it all guy like Andrew would use to swing beams around in the dark, he is an idiot from New York State

    Myself MaybeMyself Maybe2 oy oldin
    • And your just an asshole

      XST 276XST 2762 oy oldin
  • This video reminds me of my younger days my first house I worked until one a m putting the roof shingles on then had to be at work at seven a m You guys are hustling to finish this house good luck !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko2 oy oldin
  • 15:30 Look at that happy face 😊🤝🇳🇱

    Plons0NardPlons0Nard2 oy oldin
  • Years ago I worked for a company called Pettibone Mulligan. Don't know if you are the same Pettibone.

    tim mayertim mayer2 oy oldin
  • This video is too short. 40 minutes or more is better!

    UnknownEventUnknownEvent3 oy oldin
  • Very interesting stuff.All the way from Cluny,Alberta Canada.

    Jaden MchughJaden Mchugh3 oy oldin
  • Ssse

    DjJonny NocturnalSoundDjJonny NocturnalSound3 oy oldin
  • at 9:15 small hammer wasn't working. 9:20 problem solved

    Microwaved SodaMicrowaved Soda4 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍👍👍🍓👍👍👋👋👋👋👋👋👏👏👏👏👏👏👏🙏🙏🙏

    Steves Leonardoss MohnssSteves Leonardoss Mohnss4 oy oldin
  • Where do you purchase your equipment?

    rocklobster 14rocklobster 144 oy oldin
  • Maxwell ultra capacitors can solve your battery and starting problems

    NovosurNovosur4 oy oldin
  • That thing needs a wrecking ball

    Cameron MCameron M4 oy oldin
  • That crane has the same spherical axle joints as my 44’ Chevy C15A , not that anyone cares but I found that interesting

    Mr BusyMr Busy5 oy oldin
  • 2:14 children's toys :D:D:D

    RFRF5 oy oldin
  • why don't you fix it

    anthony john ramseyanthony john ramsey5 oy oldin
  • Lol....she's crusin now. Love it

    John BowerJohn Bower5 oy oldin
  • Friend that don’t pay usually tire stuff up and you got to fix

    Circle HCircle H5 oy oldin
  • ....always good to help a buddy!.....you are a surgeon with your big rigs...and the small ones also!....great vids!..

    Francis KupperFrancis Kupper5 oy oldin
  • Man you should look into marine solar powered battery tenders for your equipment. Whenever im away from home and don't have access to shore power i switch to solar and it hasn't let me down yet. Wont charge them from dead to well but works fine to keep a charged battery charged.

    chefdan87chefdan876 oy oldin
  • Andrew is truly jack of trades... 👌👍

    Richard MillerRichard Miller6 oy oldin
  • Friends don’t let friends build wooden framed houses.

    BB6 oy oldin
  • man i thought AC for sure was gonna clean the battery box

    pax84111pax841116 oy oldin
  • "tap it with a hammer"...Fool AC's hands are the Hammer.

    pax84111pax841116 oy oldin
  • Andrew, if you had asked me beforehand, I would have told you to save your money. Pettibone cranes were noted for being cheaper than their competitors and a lot of them were purchased by railroad maintenance companies, who basically ran them into the ground I would have told you that if you needed to get a rough terrain crane, to look for a Grove instead. They are of better quality, being made by crane specialist Manitowoc. And in the end the Pettibone crashed and you wound up buying a Grove.

    Edward GareaEdward Garea7 oy oldin
  • That thing is cool !!

    jackie omanjackie oman7 oy oldin
  • Overhauled a 4-53 Det in one of those , was an out of chassis , what a pain in my arse.

    Becky WattBecky Watt7 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew your friends are lucky to have you with all the machines you have.

    my surly truckermy surly trucker7 oy oldin
  • This guy is a jack of all trades,,,

    PATHFINDER 63PATHFINDER 638 oy oldin
  • Wanna hit it with a hammer ? Andrew uses his hammer fist lol

    dwayne murphydwayne murphy8 oy oldin
  • Them old Pettibone's were very popular with railroads like Conrail along with Fairmont craines that had similar design.

    onrr1726onrr17268 oy oldin
  • Was that your kid

    Diesel 19Diesel 198 oy oldin
  • Don,t cross youre batterycables like that! This is waiting for trouble!

    ghostdevillghostdevill8 oy oldin
  • In Romania 🇦🇩 in comunist era we produce a similar autocrane call "Telemac" the only diffrents was the cabin was completley close......the curios kid was so cute 🥰.....if decide to have kids of your own you will be good Father Andrew ✌️

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • We had a similar Pettibone crane work in our yard, way back in 1979/80 in Dubai, UAE. Very simple, nice build machine and easy to service. For your work it is a good asset to have.

    Mohabat khan MalakMohabat khan Malak8 oy oldin
  • when i was younger we had 2 of these cranes in our shop. But it was named Austin BLH western

    Magnus NordqvistMagnus Nordqvist8 oy oldin
  • Yup! Get a bigger hammer!

    Shawn BrownShawn Brown8 oy oldin
  • When you fix that old pettibone crane?

    fordmiesfordmies9 oy oldin
  • Is that crane licensed?

    Chris SpencerChris Spencer9 oy oldin
  • I saw on UZworld where u can bring batteries back to life for spares using Epsom salt. You may want to check that out.

    nitrofish1974nitrofish19749 oy oldin
  • those cranes were built in Baraga two hours from me.

    Connor JohnsonConnor Johnson9 oy oldin
  • Andrew: u can install a 50 watt solar panel on top of the engine bay flat with a solar charge controller and that will keep the batts @ 100% when the crane sits for weeks on end and will make the batteries last double the life time and install a Desulphation unit on the battery which will help make the batteries last 3 times longer. If u have other machines that sit idol for a long time then I suggest the same thing for all of them. Just remember to clear/clean the panel from snow atleast once a week. Even on cars they will save u money on replacement batteries. Saves u the time doing maintenance charging and also taken the batts in and out which is a pain in the arse.

    OffGrid Aussie Prepper™OffGrid Aussie Prepper™9 oy oldin
  • This must've been right before that crane got tipped over. I hope there's a vid on that. If you got it on film.

    Luke MonsonLuke Monson9 oy oldin
  • As always; Drone Footage = Great Levi = Good boy Great Work = Done

    Michael GediesMichael Gedies10 oy oldin
  • Where's your house?

    Ramapo RiverRamapo River10 oy oldin
  • Phh

    Robert FalconeRobert Falcone10 oy oldin
  • So, can you just replace 2 6volt batteries with one 12 volt? Also, as much as that thing sits put a good battery disconnect on it. Does it need a new starter too?

    conundrum conundrumconundrum conundrum10 oy oldin
    • The two 6 volt battery's are hooked in series, so its a 12 volt system. Yes, it can use a 12v battery as long as it has enough amps.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • Funny bone. We had a 65 ton rt leak alot. Flipped it.

    mitzvah golemmitzvah golem10 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata check rotek bearing bolts and races. They crack and house comes off carrier. Sad.. hope it is ok. Keep up excellent work shows..

      mitzvah golemmitzvah golem10 oy oldin
    • This one just got flipped, happened in transport though.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • How did you make your workbench?

    Samuel HentonSamuel Henton10 oy oldin
    • That is 4" steel angle iron, with a poured concrete top. They are very heavy, it takes a forklift to move them.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • I was really hoping this was a video of starting construction on the castle upgrades. I'm really looking forward to seeing progress updates on this. You are a very creative and talented young man! Keep up the great work!

    Ken OutsideKen Outside11 oy oldin
  • Dude it's crazy how big your Chanel is now I have been watching you since like 1200 or maybe even less subs not on this account but from my personal one. Really awesome man keep grinding brother.

    FACELESSpsycho GamingFACELESSpsycho Gaming11 oy oldin
    • Thanks.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Did you ever smoking?

    juho-pekka strangjuho-pekka strang11 oy oldin
  • Why not use a big 12v loader battery?

    Brandon GarbaczBrandon Garbacz11 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata fair enough I wounder why they did 6 volts to make 12 it's interesting to me lol that's for the reply buddy

      Brandon GarbaczBrandon Garbacz11 oy oldin
    • I installed the battery's that it was suppose to have.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Where's the video at

    John HallJohn Hall11 oy oldin
  • Why't this piece of wood here? Aghhh, that was to hold it in gear. This is awesome.

    bvincesfbvincesf11 oy oldin
  • Do you have your own rigging for the crane? P.S. I love your videos by far my favorite on the whole site!!!

    Garrett NolanGarrett Nolan11 oy oldin
  • If I was American I'd be contacting Andrew about buying land in his area to build my own house using methods similar to him & his buddies....a whole community of 'Camaratians' could spring up & the powers that be wouldn't be able to do a damn thing about it! Unfortunately I'm stuck in London, living in a shoe box where building a book shelf is heavy industry!

    Tom TremayneTom Tremayne11 oy oldin
  • Is that your property in the background at around 2:48 Im guessing? Love how you can see the castle hahaha

    trey chiritrey chiri11 oy oldin
  • 9:20 sometimes all you need is a bigger hammer.

    Jakey from the CauntryJakey from the Cauntry11 oy oldin
  • Ive watched this channel awhile its pretty awesome won a sub from me please return the favor mr camarata and anyone else who subs my channel ill return the favor as soon as i can i want my channel to be something like this

    2A Colorado2A Colorado11 oy oldin
  • Id check that fork tyne before you lift anything. You cut straight across it.

    916senna916senna11 oy oldin
  • I don't know what it is, but I just love watching that crane.

    SonnicmanSonnicman11 oy oldin
  • Where do you find all of this equipment?

    Dontaskwhatmyname IsDontaskwhatmyname Is11 oy oldin
    • Home depot or Walmart

      The legendary procrastinatorThe legendary procrastinator7 oy oldin
  • Can I borrow some tools?

    mr billmr bill11 oy oldin
  • @Andrew Camarata can you do a video on how to find a reputable excavator locally? Like what to look for, what questions to ask and so forth?

    balconio1172balconio117211 oy oldin
  • Commercials, What happened?

    Jay HolmanJay Holman11 oy oldin
  • Smooth drone pans 😎

    August HunickeAugust Hunicke11 oy oldin
  • Yes Camarata! Great vid. Please consider Instagram as well.

    pboperationspboperations11 oy oldin
  • Holy shit that company made more than horrible rail machines . They make the worse rail machines ever a d now been bought up by swing bastards

    Matt ScottMatt Scott11 oy oldin
  • I thought Jason Genova was narrating this 🤣

    Edmister Enterprises LLCEdmister Enterprises LLC11 oy oldin
  • COuld you add link maybe to the UZworld video for the next job?

    Guillermo Rodrigues do TanqueGuillermo Rodrigues do Tanque11 oy oldin
    • Yeah, Ill put all the videos on the building project in a playlist.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Im.lookimg forward to what you "castle" is gonna look like when its finnished I just love all the videos u post from the wave runners to culverts to. Plowing and ECT.. Keep it up

    Phillip MattilaPhillip Mattila11 oy oldin
  • The Crane Job is not online yet? Have you done the job, would like to see that one. Thanks Andrew.

    John SmithJohn Smith11 oy oldin
  • WARRIORS!!

    Dave RohnerDave Rohner11 oy oldin
  • She's a old but GOLDY !! Andrew you have definitely gotten yourself an arsenal of equipment 👍 I thought i was tire and battery poor 🥴You have it way worse 😂

    Ron HartRon Hart11 oy oldin
  • Nice Video! Where do you get the music from, like the one 5min in? The style reminds me abit of some tunes from Italian band Goblin (used in alot of old horror movies).

    CaususCausus11 oy oldin
  • I love my chocolate lab and Malinois . I take them everywhere with me too. That plasma cuts so much cleaner than my acetylene torch.

    *CameronFrye**CameronFrye*11 oy oldin
  • Hey bro when you do the fast forwarding how bout a bit of elevator music😆😆😆🤣🤣🤣 just saying👍🏽

    Billy Fa'ase'eBilly Fa'ase'e11 oy oldin
  • you find the most useful shit at the cheapest possible price. thats the key to success. !

    Woody WoodlsteinWoody Woodlstein11 oy oldin
  • What the name and model of your plasma

    Teri and TL StanbroTeri and TL Stanbro11 oy oldin
    • Teri and TL Stanbro victor cut master 52. 60 amp

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Andrew - A little off topic here, but check out this bucket for winter plowing. I’m thinking of getting one if I can figure out where to buy it. I like the open top so I can somewhat see what’s going on and I like the wings. The wings seem to be more beneficial than the oversized wings I normally see. You plow about as much as I do, which is not so much that we need the big expensive buckets. This seems ideal. Interested to hear your thoughts on it. uzworld.info/player/video/bK3IsLCjdZOma3w

    maffimukmaffimuk11 oy oldin
  • Love the Vidoes only been watching for about a week but I have watched all of them. Coming from Sparts. TN. Keep on the videos👍👍

    Eli YoungEli Young11 oy oldin
    • SPARTA. TN

      Eli YoungEli Young11 oy oldin
  • Holdup..if there is 2 6V batteries in series why not just put in two 12V batteries in parallel?

    jjsjeffjjsjeffjjsjeffjjsjeff11 oy oldin
  • Is this first video with ads in middle?

    shawn coultershawn coulter11 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata No issues at all. Keep doing what you are doing. I just wondered if you updated something since you said you were taking off to work on roof.

      shawn coultershawn coulter11 oy oldin
    • Maybe, is it that annoying. Lots of people said they never saw any adds. Lots of my videos are long.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Do you know why there is two 6 v batteries instead of one 12 v ? I may know !!!

    Dave NelsonDave Nelson11 oy oldin
  • What program do you edit your videos with ?

    George WehrheimGeorge Wehrheim11 oy oldin
  • I was working on a project at a local papermill (retired IBEW electrician) that had several cranes onsite. One was a Pettibone, looked to be a little larger than the one in the video. The site was off limits to regular traffic, but a phone company employee kept parking his work van in the worksite area. Having been warned to keep out, he kept coming back and parked at the side of the Pettibone close to the rear wheel. The Pettibone operator came back from lunch, started up the machine, and proceeded to put out the outriggers. The outrigger on his right rear side went down thru the side of the van and pinned it to the ground. You should have seen the phone company guy when he came back. The van was totally destroyed, the Pettibone only got a few scratches.

    Larry KeenanLarry Keenan11 oy oldin
  • He sounds like an off-brand maxmoefoe

    Daniel ThebirbDaniel Thebirb11 oy oldin
  • I cant believe you are using rigging that is tied together with a knot. WOW!

    Richard WellsRichard Wells11 oy oldin
    • Richard Wells wow!

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
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