Using a Kubota KX121-3 mini excavator with a Mongo tilt bucket and a Yanmar b37 excavator with a rock blaster hammer to dig a drainage trench behind a house.
Awesome 👌 job 👏 👍
Safety hand ear muffs! haha
Wow my son like watch this vidio ..nice bro thanks👍
This summer's project suggestion: _build an enclosed heavy equipment storage complete with crenellated parapets_
The owners probably realized during the first shovel-full they needed to bring in heavy equipment. That's even rockier than my back yard. Here we have to go down through a couple of feet of caliche to hit bedrock.
Always clean from the top
Any particular reason for bringing two excavators to the site instead of just swapping attachments or are they not interchangeable?
@15:25 what song is that?
Amo seus tipos de vídeos! Você tráz conteudos que tira meu tédio, faz vídeos de maquinas, consertos e tal, amei seu canal! ♡
c'est vraiment un connard avec son camion rouge , il trille les tuyaux qui vont a la décharge , il est lamentable ce mec , des claque ce perdent
Great job. A real improvement to the property. Well done.
Always a joy to watch your video, I’m must say I do learn a lot ,but more I enjoy watching. Thanks again 🇨🇦
~~~~~~ That makes a long day hammering that much but with excellent results!, plus i seen that a very thorough 'Lab Inspection' was preformed. Looks like you passed with flying colors according to Cody :-). Your camera work makes us feel as if were there with you. So many camera angles and thorough coverage....Thanks for sharing as always!
Nice work as always. Cody at the ends was hilarious, that dog is nutso. Waterfall at the ends was pretty cool.
Now all the homeowner gotta do is put down some perforated pipe and cover with some rock or make a cool bridge over to get to their wood 😂
Sweet ear defenders 😀
Do you go swimming at that waterfall in the summer? Looks really nice
wouldn't the swale bucket have worked better?
I wonder if Andrew into firearms? Didnt see yet he talk about owning guns.
Whoa, what is that place at 22:31 called/where is it? That looks so cool, would love to go see it in person.
Awesome job Andrew!
Andrew this may help you in some kinda way.... While u are breaking up rock u can use it to help u move rock also just move the tip back and forth leaves a gap
Upstate New York is so beautiful
Andrew, why not use the Ditch Witch, or that swail bucket you recently made from scratch?
hey Andrew, if you're reading this. PLEASE WEAR EAR PROTECTION, TINNITUS ISN'T SOMETHING YOU WANT TO LIVE WITH FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.
What ever happened to that ditch digger machine thing?
I think it would have been faster and easier just to lift the whole house...
Like all your video...from Malaysia.
They could totally make a simulation game based on you and it would be absolutely fun.
Whats the Songs name at 12:18 ?
Speaking from experience that tilt bucket won’t take a great deal of that treatment I’ve found out the hard way that the mounting bracket will break 👍🏻
I love how he holds his ears because he forogot earprotection ^^
I always watch your videos, without even having a tractor or dump truck, but I'm doing my best to have it one day. I love your job, man, it's the best job in the world. Greetings from Mexico
I,m not use to that kind of elevation, you got other selution than us..
We should get a pool going and bet how many different machines Andrew will buy before he starts hiring an employee to help. I bet 20.
This man is the guy when someone says, “I know a guy!”
Impressive. Seems a costly project. They must value the property.
that's hard going. i would like to try a single big claw that could be dragged through. i think it would make it faster. if this tool exists
Hello from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. Great show’s thanks for sharing with us
Andrew get some darn ear plugs hahaa , good vid
That's how the grand canyon was started. 🤣
I'm really curious about the business side of this sort of work: things like expenses and income. Not the most interesting of subjects, but that's just me
I'm not into the details, but in general what we can observe from Andrew is he likely got no debt, most of the excavators are older used ones, but of good fabric, quite simple and dependable, and he can fix them himsef if any problems. These factors are a big advantage when going into this business as a small/1 man company. There is a certain competition, one don't become a millionare at this small scale, but can do okay if keeping debt to a minimum and work long hours in the summer season
Very interesting to see. Water always follows the mountain. Now you have gotten yourself a creek with an on/of button. But, if you get heavy rain over a longer period of time, a lot more water will run down to the house. We had rain for 350 days in a row a couple of years ago. And that is not a joke. I have a cabin on a hill as well. I am very familiar with what damage rain water can do. Can't get heavy machinery like that up here.
So probably the property owner needs to build a small bridge between the firewood shed and his house sometime later.
Real men ford the stream.
it is such a pleasure watching you work on jobs
Great video Andrew 🇺🇲
THAT HAMMER IS BETTER THAN A BOX OF DYNAMITE.
Damn thats some serious rock. Doesnt break apart like shale
Your a great inspiration. I’m glad I’ve found your channel. Great work
You should do a video showing all of your jet skis and boats and review them.
make the hammer a point thats y its not going in the rock fast cus its not a good tip on hammer!!!!!
He need a 20 ton excavator 😌
I wonder what that homeowner's intention was for the landscaping. Not much available to him besides filling it with rocks?
This machine 1hour how much working money
Bummer you forgot your hearing ppe. Hope your ears are ok.
A wee bridge from house to woodshed would be a blessing as keeping feet dry would be a bonus 👍
Looked like a good job for the rock trencher.
How do you like your tilt bucket? Thinking of buying one for my Hitachi Zx35u.
I don’t think it was quite that much money, I can’t really remember though, the name is on the side of that thing, give them a call.
@Andrew Camarata I looked into getting one and there about $3700. What did you give for yours?
I like it, it’s perfect for jobs like this
Would be finished better with a shallow french drain and a perforated pipe easier to walk on .
song at 16:20 reminds me of 2008 youtube
Where is your Engcon tiltrotator?
Hi Andrew please watch this video and awesome equipment attachment Thank you
Nice hearing protection you got 😆
House is totally built on the wrong spot
I remember when you posted video buying this hydraulic hammer. Good time put this hammer at work. Hammer on!
Make a drive through exteme mega power wash that even does the tracks, massive water pump loads of angles jets spinning brushes that does any size track go nuts invent flappers washing thing do hickey, tracks are under the water adjustable height drive through lift ramp thing all filters out and self contained water ..... Mike
Lots of rock to dig, I can't wait to see Andrew get permitted to use explosives to bust up rock. Also, it would make a great additional radio dash install video to compliment the chainsaw one.
It’s the little things, like getting out of the machine to rake things away from that deck, that make you an exceptional operator.
Customer propably didn’t wanna pay for it but I would of put in perforated pipe and drain rocked it to make it nice and level and no ditch through his backyard , anyway wicked video as always
Would a saw have been an option?
I guarantee you that one ended up costing them more than they thought
That loose worse than before not gona lie
great job, that was some strange ground shale or something? i couldnt help but wonder if a toothed bucket woulda helped. im not sure though that seemed like some tough ground, for a while i was like man.. this is gunna take forever but he got what was necessary done!
No entiendo un carajo de lo que dicen, pero da gusto ver los videos, a pesar de ese problema del idioma...
Spanish "I don't understand a damn what they say, but it's nice to watch the videos, despite that language problem ..."
@18:43 When you forget your Ear plugs xD
question is... what pattern do you use? john deere, or cat?
How friggin deal is that concrete ?
Thats bed rock.
Would it help with the pushblade on the mini excavator down with the rock hammer, might put more weight onto the bit. Just an idea, maybe it could help
Thanks....Andrew again....Fun to watch....l always hit the thump's up button for you....!
17:47 forgot your earplugs? LOL
Andrew, I'm sorry but any heavy rainstorm will easily flow over, especially that upper rear corner of the house section.
That’s a lot of water!
Thanks for always following up on the vids. Seeing the trench actually diverting the water is very satisfying. Cheers mate.
Will they leave it like that? Eventually that trench will fill up again with dirt and need to be cleaned out again.
The way the water flows, it will probably not fill up.
I really enjoy watching your videos, your style is quite unique. Thanks Andrew
The owner missed a chanche, water and house, falling water and house. Call it architecture and 1000 people come to visit your house, greetings from Amsterdam
You could have used the front grader on the Yanmar to collect up the rocks you break with the hammer into the big pile, it would give you less to do with the Kubota, maybe?