Videos from my property maintenance business.
That rock didn’t have a change.
What club you working for? I'm in NY as well. Actually, I expected the sickle bar to perform a little better. Congrats on 1M.
thats an awesome ratchet/pry bar thing. I work on semis and that thing would come in hand almost every day lol.
Andrew, I would love to see you use this stump bucket on your TL12. I bet that thing could really dig out some big stumps. Congrats again on 1MIL subscribers.
Hahahahhaa Egg! ……with grits??🤣
Furrow for tall thick prairie grass, a Rotary Deck Cutter for dressing. They are what we use on our ranch.
I've had the opportunity to view a number of this guys videos. When you first see a 54 minute video titled clearing trees for sawmilling you'd could that be worth nearly an hour. The fact is Andrew produces very interesting content that easily holds your attention. Particularly for me is you never know what exactly he's going to get into, one minute we're pushing over trees, then a loader repair, then back to a driveway and more tree work. Guess maybe it's the unexpected random activity that can happen. It's all good stuff. Thx...
I love this, but just wanted to point out, you can cut the tree which might have been easier than trying to wiggle the trailer and the truck free. Oh well I loved it either way, didn't want you to struggle so much. I think a lot of people said it muddy/slippery roads you can deflate the tires to get more grip or use tire chains to get through the slippery bits or use bits of wood/sticks to get enough grip for the tires on the slippery bits
It is down right BEAUTIFUL up there in New York................my in-laws are all up in New Hampshire.
andrew fix ever thing he has
You fingers and mind is much better than mine
I hope that you are gonna life in it. its more than wurth it. only to insulate now. than can you enjoy you're living in a amazing home . greetings from Belgium
Man I cant stop watching Andrews videos, so many ideas, and watching him do the same work, minus other things he does I dont.
Why Ford would install the battery in the most violent riding part of the tractor is NUTS! (It should be afte or mid-ship)
Having to clean branches off the top all the time would make me go for the other kind that is like a bush-hog that swings up sideways to cut branches like that... 👍
@1:08:00 I always wonder about the strength of the metallic welds withstanding the torque of the upright standing metal beams.
Sometimes I believe Andrew could build a whole city on his own. Impressive. Reminds me of the workers of the first skyscrapers in NY at the beginning of the 20th century sitting on a steal beam high above the ground. That famous B&W photo.
Andrew is a great man with many talents!
Congratulations on hitting 1 million subscribers Andrew
I guess you figured out the hard way, sickle mowers are NOT designed to cut 2" material, and for sure NOT big limbs! I have a New Holland 451 three point sickle mower that will run in all positions, it's very easy to hold in an upright position and cut SMALL limbs. Best part is, being in the back instead of the front like yours, it keeps itself clean, I don't have to stop and clean it off. Lastly and very VERY important, don't take your dog out when sickle mowing!!! I've seen dogs run by a sickle mower and loose a leg!! To them at ground level, they don't understand the cutter is sticking out away from the tractor/skid steer!! They run around the tractor and the sickle takes a leg or two off!!! It just happens so fast!! SR
Handy tool that one Andrew good job and quicker than by hand
Sickel bar mowers are not designed to mow tree limbs there for mowing grass and hay fields
Appreciate the lack of constant narrative like some. Pretty efficient in your comments without long breaks in demonstration aspect. Once question about door you installed - was a forestry door that is heavily fortified from debris or a regular door?
Well well well, what have we here
This video has bee very helpful. I am wanting to put a drain in a low area of my rural driveway and this is my starting point. I may need to install 2 drains but thanks so much for this helpful guide :)
I love that his dogs get right up on what he’s doing and he exhibits all the the patience in the world. Now he just needs to find out if they make PPE for dogs.
I own one of these 6035 machines and the parking brake assembly has been removed. is there any way you could send me pics of yours ? the parts manual doesnt show anything but the caliper
Miss u buddy 💐
I see that tree coming down in the future and he gave himself a double wide drive way
Well there is a new move Put a ConX up your driveway to smooth it out
If that thing had chains for the tires I think you go anywhere
Почему на вас не наложили хороший штраф, когда вы спилили живые деревья ради этой ржавой рухляди?
Dude is a backer 26:33 Awesome
Why in the hell is shit so freaking crazy tight your not gonna pull a battleship And why didn’t they Put the hitch where it supposed to be in the first place
Congratulations on 1M subs , well done.
Better a long hydraulic chainsaw
Cody the curious dog ^^
$9000 and it came pre worn in and rusty. high wood price or not, 9 grand buys a crate.
Andrew, feel so much that I don't have words. Just Thanks for letting us share some of the Joy Levi brought to you.
This was the first video I ever watched in yours and I just watched it again from beginning to end good one great video cool great job
I've known a lot of commercial drivers and they don't love DOT. Andrew handled the situation perfectly. Maturity
Cant believe that people never clean and lubricate parts before fitting ; is it any wonder they subsequently cease .
"Look what we got . . . . a free mouse!" -classic!
Didn't notice that it was built on a skew until you started cutting the beams. Interesting. Would have thought on the smaller bridge like that you would have just square cut.
I am happily hooked on your cool videos, Andrew. Watching/listening as I do my artwork. Thank you.
Those 1/4" are meant for shearing when a tooth gets jammed so you don't break the drive or shear a drive line connection which is more difficult to fix. Pretty much exactly like a bean/wheat head on a combine harvester but the teeth last a lot longer not cutting branches.
Andrew, that cone is designed to split from the side of the stump, not into the middle.
Now that is taking practice of a delicate touch to another level lol
Those attachments are friggin awesome wow.
42:12 ok now that's rediculous 😂
Cool idea. Cute dog so sweet.
This thing is awesome! =)
This channel is a find!! A real hands on guy.. Absolute favorite
Man, that was a really good job. I know everyone was happy.
18:19 sound like a10 warthog when securing oil mine
WHO is that girl Andrew?
perhaps a quick pass with the dozer would help smooth out that road a little :-)
Congratulations on 1 million subs!
is that the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge you can see at the end of the video?
more attachments than a Macbook Pro
Levi is embarrassed being helped up but that's his place next to Andy.
Froze isnt necessarily a bad engine.
Nice attachment Andrew..will come in handy for trimming along fence lines to clean up properties. Now, having done the snowmobile trail(s), you can return at some point with your "Mulcher" attachment and mulch up those branches you cut down so that they do not flip up and damage your snowmobiles or any riders when they are covered in snow...Continued success on your projects!! and Happy Trails to Cody!!
Molto molto bene. Genio italico. Ad ogni problema una soluzione. !!!!!! Fai onore alla tua origine siciliana ed italiana. Il cognome non mente.
Congrats on 1 mil
Good Riot control unit ya got there
drone fucking exit *sunglasses emoji*