0:00 intro and dogs 0:14 bring in for garage for oil change 3:30 service air filter 8:01 solder on new battery terminals 11:04 do stump job 33:11 smooth out dirt a week later with compact track loader
Andrew, as versatile as you are, do you make the music for your videos?!
levi still alive in this video
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Isn’t he in this?
Every time I remove one of my trees, I feel bad.
That first stump had roots all the way to China. I don't know how she's going to grow grass in a rock garden. One question though. When those stumps rot want it leave a whole? Nevermind you answered my question.
how long did this take ? should the tree guy have left the stumps a few feet tall to make it easier?
That was a quick day, with a dozer you’re better off just cutting them right down to the ground, if you’re using an excavator it helps to leave them long, but they need to be at like 8 feet.
What are the pellets AC is putting in the battery terminal at 8:40?
I am suppose to pack my bags but I have to watch what Andrew is up too first I have few hours before my flight..😂
You did an awesome job, and made a great video. It really makes me wish I hadn't sold my dozer.
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Gotta see the big track loader digging some stumps
Keep up the good work guys!
Using a track loader bucket as an axe is a new one for me
Why don't they put the stumps in a pile and just burn them?! Don't understand.
Hey, are you concerned about the buried stumps rotting over time and creating sink holes??
Never mind, I should have just waited for the full video...lol
Levi was a sweet dog and Cody is too, but Levi will be missed by all. You did a good job on the stumps and the ground looks good.
This is entertainment...thanks.
Andrew you should look into getting a screen and start screening dirt at home and selling it!
“Im not seeing a good way to get that off” AKA get the torch lol
Hey Andrew, have you ever tried a stump grinder for your skid?
RIP Levi, :(
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Building sinkholes...good money in that?
Love Levi and Cody. You don’t even realize that a dog actually teaches you things. How to care for something other than yourself is probably number 1 on my list. Keep up these awesome videos. I like your easy going attitude as you’ve taught me to emulate that as well.
Nice work. Levi is getting up there in age. Looks like he is having difficult times getting around with his old stiff Joints. Get him some Glucosamine tablets and mix it into his food for 6 months and he will be as good as new.
Good job. Good dog.
And now I feel confident to change the oil in my sewing machine 😉
Just asking for a friend. Why the Dozier and not the Excavator for this job? Looks like you tear up a lot more ground and much more time.
Very good Dozer operator good guy
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The heated wrench works everytime
Good to be reminded what incredibly powerful, versatile pieces of equipment those cat dozers are
I miss Levi.
Glad to see old Levi in that one I was sad when I heard he passed away that's like family like one of your best friends I cried when mine died
The dog is soo extra😂
Levi and Cody my friends I’ve seen Christmas trees buried house built on top had termites.
Shocked you did not prime the oil filter. Always put new oil in the filters, likewise with fuel filters
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Andrew and family. Levi enriched your lives and it was a joy to watch you interact with him. You will feel his loss but have wonderful memories. Kind regards to you at this time.
use a asphalt roller on the dirt that will fatten it out
Hi Levi - good boy
Hey, what kind of cameras do you use? I’m looking for a new one. The one yu used while driving holding your arm out the window too!
So you dug up the stumps, tore up the yard just to bury them in the yard again. Genius.
That's a Dozer not a race car.
stump grinder and roller possible addition to stock
I was wondering if you would use that spiral stump grinder you demonstrated in another video.
I like to watch all the interesting things that you repair. NOTHING is more impressive than how you treat your dogs.
keep up with Everything is a must nowadays , great job. Glad of all your Accomplishments Good For You. people Appreciate you and your work more than You Know .You just Have That Eye For Making Things Right and Look Right.
On our 24 volt stuff we don't use soldered battery terminals they can create enough heat when hard long starting to melt the soldering out just a tip I've experienced. Great video
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I would have thought that the excavator would have been more suitable for this job!
Maybe, dozer grades better.
appreciate your content. could i get a link to the pliers at 10:40? thanks!
YOUR HOLE U DUG WAS NOT DEEP ENFUL FOR YOUR STUMPS NEED TO BE BETWEEN 4 FT TO 6 FT DEEP HAVE GOOD COVER OF DIRT OVER TOP OF THE STUMP / THIS WAY U MIGHT NOT HAVE SUNK HOLE
IF U DO YOUR WAY ANGLE BLADE HARD , / WORK ALL THE WAY AROUND THE STUMP / THEN WORK ALOT BETTER FLIPING STUMP OUT FAST
WOULD BE MUST EZ TO FIND IN OF THE ROOTS " FIRST " THEN WORK YOUR WAY BACK TO THE STUMP THEN U CAN JUST FLIP STUMP OUT EVERY TIME
Very talented man.
Burying stumps is no different than grinding them. Eventually the wood is going to rot away and leave a void. Most times its minimal, as far as a sink hole goes. Nice work.
im surprised you dont prime your filters
A chopper shredder would be nice. It would make short work of those stumps and white top layer?
Just can't believe he jst drove a 50ton ,piece of raw metal onto my concrete floor. Without any floor protection amazing.
we got a lil case d4 like that, we were using a triaxle goose neck with a 450....an no trailer brake. talk about sketchy. i made the suggestion that we use out w900ls and a lowboy...much mo gooder
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I always like to lube up the gasket on the new oil filter before install...make sure it does not kink and leak on startup.
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Awesome video. Thanks Andrew.
Those old walnut tree stumps are hard to do anything with ?
Levi is an awesome addition to Andrew's show I love all my babies and Andrew loves his to me it makes him a better man (!!!)
I love your vids Andrew, can I just offer you a bit of advice. Whenever you do an oil change, always check that the filter is seated properly before firing the engine up. Cheers from the UK.
Kinda confused why you didn't use the big tracked excavator? Guess everybody just needs some time on the old D4.
THANK YOU for chaining up that bucket, I always cringe when people work on equipment with undeserved faith in the hydraulics
i love how youdont have those damn annoying 120 decibel backup alarms hate those facking things, they should have a off on switch for when youre alone or in residential area.
When Levi leaves this earth, it will be like the final scene of "Old Yeller"
Levi seems to have a bit of difficulty getting around now. He’s getting old now. Hes had a great dog life. You’ve been so good to him as his owner/master. You couldn’t of given him a better life. You’re given him so much of your time and love. Which is only what you’ve allowed us to see. I think its fair to assume you give him piles more when the camera is off. Be sure to get him lots of cheese burgers 🍔 🥲
We all want our yards to be the opposite of what we have. Im on the flat land prairies of crops(no trees) and love the mountains, rolling hills & forest. People who live and grew up in the trees(forest), want a flat no tree yard. 🤪😝
Good work Andrew I would cover in the cab
Surprised you have not ever gotten a Harley type rake attachment for your skid loaders ? Nice job there AC !
What the hp on that skid
You should take Levi into a pool or something to allow him to swim or relax when you can and its warm enough. It seems that maybe his joints are hurting and it should help relax them and take some of the stress from them. I did that with a few of my dogs our 16 year old one before she passed loved just being held in the water while she relaxed.
You should be sponsored by company's with noise cancelling headphones.
Levi needs a large dog bed - the cement is too cool for his bones. Great show!
Levi looks like he wants to retire.....sweet guy....
I use my John Deere a disc and a harrow ... Rear scraper bucket etc. going in circles for the feathers and Blends it in nicely... however you do an amazing job with the skid steer!
Have you ever considered Fecon Stumpex for removals?
Just curious, how often do people who are not in your field, who have *never* done the type of work you do, perhaps never even seen it done in person before, tell you that you should do it some other way? They feel they are more qualified to tell you what you are doing wrong?
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It brings tears to my eyes to see Levi suffering. He is so loyal.
Why not bring out the ex100 instead of killing the dozer ?
Yes I also noticed Levi's is starting to show a little bit more in each video an ole Cody don't even understand what's happening he is just full of funny situations all the time and Levi probably be saying 1 day son you get this way just keep on horsing around.
Yes indeed a person that really y good at heavy equipment handling can take any type of machine an make it I learned years ago patience makes a difference in this field of work speed will get some one are the operator seriously injured are killed .
At 3:00 you can hear the crickets. The guy is working at night to make these videos AND keep his company going. I respect that!!! That's the way I used to be with my construction company. Do whatever it takes to keep going....day and night.
I find it oddly theraputic watching you work🤪