Using a Cat 930 wheel loader to pull a dead hickory tree down that was leaning towards power lines. Then using a mini excavator to stack the wood.
Cody Levi and Andrew!
Poor Levi... I know humans getting 'that' old.
Thank you for sharing!
I have the same ratchet only difference is its not orange found it on amazon its made by calhawk
The first thing I like to do is mimic all the safety signs on my machine that say “Death”. That’s how you know you are using your machine to its full potential!
i wonder if he is gonna buy a 20 ton excavator or not
Great to see that green mini excavator living on!
You Muricans ever consider laying power cables underground, or is that just the rest of the world?
I am sorry about Levi . I lost my Max 1yr ago
I am Lee Larson I watch you all the time. In joy it love you dogs. . I am disabled so watch you Everytime I can thank you.
I like to hear from you. If you have time. I know that you are busy man.
Never hurts to make a proper wedge cut. Watch these guys work. Well worth your time. www.youtube.com/c/GuiltyofTreesonEastsideTreeWorks
That little machine picked up some big logs. That was impressive
Quality Video: stable viewing from the tripod and the drone. The less handheld shaky filming, the better. Just one person with his machines to manage the job is encouraging.
Awesome job love your dogs they are beautiful
LaCie 14 omg what a great owner and a wonderful friend and Cotie is still full of beans
I swear every time I watch these he rolls out a new toy to get the job done. I’m hooked, great channel!
I love this guy but when was the last time he tried to do work in the field without having to do a repair first? Better than MacGuyver.
I got one one of them
How in the world this mini excavator lifts such big logs?!
When in doubt bring out the hammers.
plenty of good wood to use in the smoker.
A pile of that hickory would look really nice next to my smoker...
When he climbed up on that bucket to tie the tree up the “shake hands with danger” song started playing in my head
Rest in peace Levi.
That firewood pile looks like a future snake hideout!
What are your thought on ur MS251?
Now on to the next job....
you can see that Levi was no longer doing well here, his last time on a video. R.I.P. Buddy ..
Tools workshop has those style ratchets with the spike on the end.
I enjoy watching your videos Andrew 🇺🇲
К гадалке не ходи - то живое дерево, к которому свалили эту кучу веток, то же потом засохнет и придётся и его спиливать.
yeah stihl rocks! greetings from austria :)
rigging up for a short video like this would take Hollywood a million. How does this guy do it? OOOhhhh Yeah no actors!
what did it cost Andrew to make this video? Cheaper than paying Tom Hanks 25 million and a cut to act as the bulldozer driver. big movie Hollywood etc has had it when their space fantasy runs out.
Those type of tools would be called Podgy Spanner where I live ,,, Riggers use them to line up bolt holes when erecting steel
Your lucky that Osha didn't see this video
@4:25 hobby osha inspector here, I would like to have a word with you Andrew xD
14:01 Levi front left leg.
... a lot of BBQ supplies there, Andrew...
Rip Levi 13:21
Of the many skills he possesses, weaving drones through treetops is one of his most underrated.
JCB 535-95 telehandler in test: seblacks.info/cold/video/e6eL3ZqIfZttrIo.html
Oh wow a mislabeled video of felling a hickory tree.
Tractor supply sells then , 21.99 now. JobSmart 14 in. Dual Drive Spud Ratchet with Hammerhead, 3/8 x 1/2
καλησπερα απο την ελλαδα μπραβο σου φιλε κανης πολυ καλη δουλια
Could you chip the hickory and sell it or pass it on to a bbq smoking place? Great content as ever: thank you. 🇬🇧👋🇺🇸
I can guarantee you one thing there isnt must this cat cant do.
i thought i'd never see that mini kubota in action again! i love that little thing!
Alright cable is tight ! I love it
3:11 "That is tight!" Barely an inconvenience!
Love the new machine, so impressed with thi mini.
How do you always have something to do
Hey Andrew ! My grandfather/father figure was a heavy equipment operator for the Army Corps of Engineers for 50 years and he has long passed away now but He would say that your "Rubber Tarred Loader" Needs a clamshell bucket. I have seen him make Many a camp ground and many many roads with one. thought you might find a clamshell bucket dead useful and quite fun to use.
@Andrew Camarata I just found one at my local TSC (6-3-21) for like $10. It was called: Utility Spud Ratchet Wrench. 3/8 and 1/2 inch drives. spike, and a small claw hammer built into it.
@Andrew Camarata it was black. Like a powder coat or some kind of oxide. Not the exact same thing, but seems to have the same features. Edit: Love the videos. You've helped me through this tough time and brought me some zen and some good ideas for home. Thank you so much.
Was it orange or black?
Are you gonna repaint the loader? It would really like it.
Good to see Levi and Lacey
They made those ratchets with a hammer and claw as well as the spud for a while.
@ 7:35 I didn't expect it 2 go that way...
@ Now that is over kill... What that's saying Oh yes... Using a Sledge Hammer 2 crack a nut... ROFL
Nice job that was a close one
Another great vid brother, that's one tiny Xcavator..lol Im hoping to replace my chainsaws soon, some ****** stole both my stihls
Oh my god, he cut a wedge out.
Not exactly the same but here's a similar one: www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/jobsmart-14-in-dual-drive-spud-ratchet-with-hammerhead-3-8-x-1-2
You need a sawmill! One of the few tools missing from your arsenal.
Out of all the equipment you own I very surprised that one of them isn’t a tree chipper.
Anybody know what size that excavator is? I need something that handy.
I wonder how he does the aerial view
To be like Andrew you must have a good up bringing to start. Aman
Avry woman dream come true
This guy is a gift from God
Her we go again Andrew the wonder man all ways doing a project
hey andrew i'd love to see more footage of that screw type stump grinder if ya got it. that thing is so cool
Must be a good boss if your assistant branch manager runs around in glee.
JobSmart 14 in. Dual Drive Spud Ratchet with Hammerhead, 3/8 x 1/2
4:28 OSHA approved bucket inspection technique...
Has the craftsman drill finally died ?
It has not.
Shag bark Hickory. The best smelling firewood you can have.
HI Andrew, riding on portuguese. Sou Alexandre do Brasil sigo seus vídeos à um mês realizo meu sonho através do seu canal no Brasil equipamentos como os seus custam 5 vezes mais. Sei soldar e fazer outras trabalhos manuais. Te desejo sucesso e Boa saúde Andrew. 🇧🇷🇺🇲
Ok next on the list of big men's fun play toys .I say and earth mover or one if those huge mining dump trucks . Your going to have to grow your parking area if you keep buying more big boy toys LOL .but I suppose you have that whole side hill to turn into a big parking lot or you could just park them around the curve in your driveway before it heads up the hill to your castle . Your a king like no other my man. Always fun to see what your doing in the next video. I'm waiting for the helicopter landing pad and you flying in on your new 🚁. That would be cool. Then you could fly your equipment to the next job . Your skills are immense and your knowledge of everything is truly amazing 👏
I wish I could give an extra thumbs up for Levi... Poor old doggie...
Hickory wood looks like Oak and makes lovely furniture, I had one milled to make 1and two inch thick 16 feet long.
"It's down and the lines are still up" such a simple quote, it boggles the mind how many 'professionals' might not have been able to say that. Andrew, what was that huge thing you piled all that wood next to, a huge log, or a huge stone?
Andrew Camarata Can you not sell the hickory? Got to be worth something to someone?
Some good firewood there
I always wondered about the ratchet. Sucks they dont carry them anymore
Andrew, you should have just cut up the tree into log lengths for firewood and loaded the bucket of the pay loader then hauled it to your business with the dump truck, Hickory is great wood for heating. Just seems kind of a waste to let it rot?
Levi getting old. That beautiful dog.
Just had to find something to do with the loader. I can relate. I do the same on new to me vehicles. That high lift tracked vehicle is now just a tracked vehicle I am pretty sure. It popped up somewhere but no video yet.
Always a pleasure watching your videos. But damn Andrew climbing up the loader to put a cable on a tree from the bucket. OSHA would have a field day with that
What happened to the lift on tracks??? Being Tied off in that is much safer.
I bought a similar ratchet from TS. Here is the link to the one I have. www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/jobsmart-14-in-dual-drive-spud-ratchet-with-hammerhead-3-8-x-1-2###
4:30 shake hands with danger
they still have them rachets at the tractor supply stores in rhode island
9:25 HAHAHAHAHA 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I feel out of my recliner! 🤘🔥👊
I’ll take all that wood off your hands that stuff could last me 4+ years in my smoker