Digging out stumps with a dozer

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

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  • Shocked you did not prime the oil filter. Always put new oil in the filters, likewise with fuel filters

    Millwright DADMillwright DAD3 dager siden
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    susan milessusan miles3 dager siden
  • 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.

    Diane MorrisDiane Morris6 dager siden
  • use a asphalt roller on the dirt that will fatten it out

    Roberta ChristeenRoberta Christeen7 dager siden
  • Hi Levi - good boy

    WillieWillie9 dager siden
  • 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!

    Jackie WilsonJackie Wilson9 dager siden
  • So you dug up the stumps, tore up the yard just to bury them in the yard again. Genius.

    K2TuffK2Tuff11 dager siden
  • Good driving

    Pat RamPat Ram11 dager siden
  • That's a Dozer not a race car.

    Paul McnamaraPaul Mcnamara11 dager siden
  • stump grinder and roller possible addition to stock

    anthony john ramseyanthony john ramsey12 dager siden
  • I was wondering if you would use that spiral stump grinder you demonstrated in another video.

    Roger WhitingRoger Whiting13 dager siden
  • I like to watch all the interesting things that you repair. NOTHING is more impressive than how you treat your dogs.

    Roger WhitingRoger Whiting13 dager siden
  • 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.

    Quix stationQuix station15 dager siden
  • 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

    chunky Harperchunky Harper15 dager siden
  • fb.watch/5QMqH4yTOb/ Andrew, you need this.

    MrcMrc15 dager siden
  • I would have thought that the excavator would have been more suitable for this job!

    Rob PriestleyRob Priestley16 dager siden
    • Maybe, dozer grades better.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata15 dager siden
  • appreciate your content. could i get a link to the pliers at 10:40? thanks!

    whquincywhquincy16 dager siden
  • 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

    kasey casecekasey casece17 dager siden
  • IF U DO YOUR WAY ANGLE BLADE HARD , / WORK ALL THE WAY AROUND THE STUMP / THEN WORK ALOT BETTER FLIPING STUMP OUT FAST

    kasey casecekasey casece17 dager siden
  • 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

    kasey casecekasey casece17 dager siden
  • Very talented man.

    Mike StevensMike Stevens17 dager siden
  • La

    joan miquel rutllanjoan miquel rutllan17 dager siden
  • 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.

    Bryan KerrBryan Kerr17 dager siden
  • im surprised you dont prime your filters

    Mr.WallbangrMr.Wallbangr17 dager siden
  • A chopper shredder would be nice. It would make short work of those stumps and white top layer?

    Daryl BainDaryl Bain17 dager siden
  • Just can't believe he jst drove a 50ton ,piece of raw metal onto my concrete floor. Without any floor protection amazing.

    STRAIGHT UP.STRAIGHT UP.18 dager siden
  • 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

    Strelok blackburnStrelok blackburn18 dager siden
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    Kenton SaucierKenton Saucier18 dager siden
  • 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.

    Ed MedlinEd Medlin18 dager siden
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    Korimkhan TorikulKorimkhan Torikul18 dager siden
  • Awesome video. Thanks Andrew.

    ikepo23ikepo2319 dager siden
  • Those old walnut tree stumps are hard to do anything with ?

    Emmitt ArrowoodEmmitt Arrowood19 dager siden
  • 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 (!!!)

    Emmitt ArrowoodEmmitt Arrowood19 dager siden
  • 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.

    Alan BradburyAlan Bradbury20 dager siden
  • Kinda confused why you didn't use the big tracked excavator? Guess everybody just needs some time on the old D4.

    Timbo DTimbo D22 dager siden
  • THANK YOU for chaining up that bucket, I always cringe when people work on equipment with undeserved faith in the hydraulics

    Jonathan PophamJonathan Popham22 dager siden
  • 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.

    doberfagdoberfag22 dager siden
  • When Levi leaves this earth, it will be like the final scene of "Old Yeller"

    Lord EdwardLord Edward22 dager siden
  • 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 🍔 🥲

    Travis N.Travis N.23 dager siden
  • 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. 🤪😝

    Travis N.Travis N.23 dager siden
  • Kool video

    Frank TaylorFrank Taylor23 dager siden
  • Good work Andrew I would cover in the cab

    my surly truckermy surly trucker23 dager siden
  • Surprised you have not ever gotten a Harley type rake attachment for your skid loaders ? Nice job there AC !

    Eddie Morton Tap ManEddie Morton Tap Man24 dager siden
  • What the hp on that skid

    Adan RodriguezAdan Rodriguez25 dager siden
  • 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.

    Jason TuftsJason Tufts25 dager siden
  • You should be sponsored by company's with noise cancelling headphones.

    SunnySunny25 dager siden
  • Levi needs a large dog bed - the cement is too cool for his bones. Great show!

    44bett44bett26 dager siden
  • Levi looks like he wants to retire.....sweet guy....

    Deborah FDeborah F26 dager siden
  • 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!

    Larry SmithLarry Smith27 dager siden
  • Have you ever considered Fecon Stumpex for removals?

    David GriffithsDavid Griffiths27 dager siden
  • Good work

    R SR S28 dager siden
  • 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?

    MoflydotcomMoflydotcom29 dager siden
  • Quake II Soundtrack - Right On!

    ZenMicroZenMicro29 dager siden
  • It brings tears to my eyes to see Levi suffering. He is so loyal.

    Sky MillerSky MillerMåned siden
  • Why not bring out the ex100 instead of killing the dozer ?

    Foothillsdigger 88Foothillsdigger 88Måned siden
  • 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.

    Carlus CyriaqueCarlus CyriaqueMåned siden
  • 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 .

    Carlus CyriaqueCarlus CyriaqueMåned siden
  • 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.

    John BoranJohn BoranMåned siden
  • I find it oddly theraputic watching you work🤪

    John MistrettaJohn MistrettaMåned siden
  • Thanks for sharing!

    Alexei TetenovAlexei TetenovMåned siden
  • You should always remove your oil filter while you have the oil drain plug removed. The oil filter creates a vacuum that will keep quite a bit of waste oil in the system.

    Diahron GrismoreDiahron GrismoreMåned siden
  • “I think 7/1 might be it” Proceeds to run a dye over it

    Riley HersRiley HersMåned siden
  • Schade um das schöne Video. Einfach zu viel Werbung.

    Rolli MuellerRolli MuellerMåned siden
  • can't believe it, I'm a Veteran soldier and I've got tears reading all this about Levi.

    David RileyDavid RileyMåned siden
  • get a couple of Tumeric tablets down him each day it will help take his swelling down, camouflage them with something he likes he is suffering from bad Arthritis dogs get it worse than us my Rottweiler went the same when he got to TEN years old the Tumeric was a big help for him.

    David RileyDavid RileyMåned siden
  • Good to see Levi still in the land of the living, My old dog is 14 and suffering from incontinence but she can still warn us when a snake is about.

    Robert StuartRobert StuartMåned siden
  • That's just there for safety says the guy with no eye pro and the safety sqint

    Kevin WallaceKevin WallaceMåned siden
  • One of the things that tickles me about you is nothing seems to faze you. When you have a problem/issue with one of your pieces of equipment or a situation, one way or another it will get solved, LOL. I was cracking up when you took the torch to the air filter bolt. Then like it was nothing rethreaded the bolt so you could get the wingnut off. Nice work taking out the stumps. I see "the devil was beating his wife" about 30 minutes in.

    LosttoanyreasonLosttoanyreasonMåned siden
  • we have a lab in our family that will be 18 yro soon, keep on truckin levi

    the original mxzrevmanthe original mxzrevmanMåned siden
  • How are you liking that The Coochie skid?

    Don BinoDon BinoMåned siden
  • Sure like your videos.

    Mike HardinMike HardinMåned siden
  • Красота!

    DialMatDialMatMåned siden
  • " im not seein a good way to get that off of there"-- As he fires up the torch, lol.

    Lar SiminLar SiminMåned siden
  • I completely understand this vid. You go to do a simple maintenance and it turns into a MAJOR FREEKING PROJECT!

    mike johnsonmike johnsonMåned siden
  • Levi is day dreaming ..........about the time Andrew cut off a wing nut with the torch.

    Freddie FastmachineFreddie FastmachineMåned siden
  • pretty handy on that thing. i run cat for years and i can still learn things on here from watching you .every job is different and interesting.timelapse is pretty cool.those stumps are not easy on your iron hey .missing the corner bit at least you found it. good looking job though.awe cody

    paul Wollersheimpaul WollersheimMåned siden
  • Levi is one tough old guy. Andrew I think you would have been better off with one of your larger excavators & the skid-steer. Easier to stump with and could have quickly dug deeper holes to bury the trash. Easy to Monday morning quarterback, the site ended up looking great.

    Rob NewellRob NewellMåned siden
  • Levi should have suggested you put a stand under that blade

    Jim CottrellJim CottrellMåned siden
  • If Andrew wanted some bodies, noone would even know! :D JK

    ErythropoietinErythropoietinMåned siden
  • I reckon Andrew needs one of those rake blades for the dozer. Seems like it would pull the roots and stump out easier and be able to rake all the scraps out after. -Guy with a regular ol tractor

    John PughJohn PughMåned siden
  • 3:45 "I feel like I'm going to be buying stuff right now"..... yeap I know that feeling.

    jTempVidsjTempVidsMåned siden
  • Andrew, I was wondering, wouldn't a Harley Rake do a better good?

    W MW MMåned siden
  • God bless you Andrew!!! Super DUPER work Andrew...Good to see Levi and

    Grigoriy UkraineGrigoriy UkraineMåned siden
  • You have to say godnight to the older man. I am sorry.

    Kent DahlstedtKent DahlstedtMåned siden
  • I can’t even imagine keeping up with your fleet! Just batteries alone! With the cold winters.

    David RomanowskiDavid RomanowskiMåned siden
  • Andrew you are a very good dirt man but an even better dog person.

    Gordon WilloughbyGordon WilloughbyMåned siden
  • Didn't you buy a device for splitting tree stumps up using the skidsteer a couple of videos ago. Wouldn't that be easier to split them up first. Then use the Dozier to move them

    Roamer 2uRoamer 2uMåned siden
  • Amazing out the window show at 11:50 ish!

    CLYDE FROGCLYDE FROGMåned siden
  • Maybe toss some rubber conveyor belt down when you are loading tracked equipment. I really like that new trailer. But for tracked stuff having it all steel angle iron makes it a bit sketchy. Just laying the rubber down on it helps a ton. Doesn’t need to be fastened to the trailer.

    Mad Man MarineMad Man MarineMåned siden
  • "I know it's tempting to just hammer these on but don't"...I was thinking a few back "I know it's tempting to use a chainsaw on your dashboard but don't" but he didn't follow that one :-)

    Daniel WeiseDaniel WeiseMåned siden
  • my experiance stumps always create sink holes, its just a matter of time.

    Mike CrashMike CrashMåned siden
  • Mini ex and TL12 would be faster , maybe rock made the dozer a better idea . ??

    David BarnesDavid BarnesMåned siden
  • great videos Andrew , big hug for Levi

    tony mazzeotony mazzeoMåned siden
  • interesting concept just buriying them not sure id do that eventually they make grow again..id have either mulched them up to mulch or took them back to his land and burned them...maybe this works too idk i just think they'd eventually come back to life...still in the ground....water...

    Sonny CSonny CMåned siden
  • awwww, Levi is getting old......holy shit that is a lot of stumps!

    Raymond ChammasRaymond ChammasMåned siden
  • Hey ! When are you Going to show us how to make a Root Rake ?

    DENNIS RYANDENNIS RYANMåned siden
  • skid steer🙅🏿‍♂️ compact track loader ✅

    jakezarkjakezarkMåned siden
  • I had a black Lab that lived to be almost 16 and I was saddened beyond belief when I lost him but the real sad part of this video is that in 50 years most of this forested part of NY is going to look just like this lot. I'm no tree hugger but when I built my house I researched the property and not one tree was removed to build it. I love most of what AC does and wish I had just a small part of his talent. I know that we all have to live somewhere but how long can our forest survive this type of living.

    kagnewmp12kagnewmp12Måned siden
    • @Andrew Camarata Yes some do but it still can take 25 to 50 years for a planted tree to reach maturity but that is only if the people clearing these lots actually plant new trees which most are not. In the united states one estimate of trees over 100 years old is only 7% and 90% of all forest that once covered the lower 48 states have been cleared. I believe you to be a very intelligent man but the survival of our forest is something I believe you need to research a bit more.

      kagnewmp12kagnewmp12Måned siden
    • Trees grow faster than people think.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataMåned siden
  • levi is soooo old ... poor fella

    Liberty DankmemeLiberty DankmemeMåned siden
  • Tip for oil filter Dab of oil around rubber gasket

    Dorothy SeeDorothy SeeMåned siden