Finish Grading The Dump Site

7 Pri 2021
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  • That's like a D4, sweet and very able.. I'm an operator here in SoCal with IUOE Local 12*(Int Union of Operating Engineers).. Great channel.

    TheGreekTheGreek23 ditë më parë
  • Great work as usual, this is the Greatest Channel. It’s fun to watch, relaxing, learning and totally amazing how you work! Thank you.

    Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp26 ditë më parë
  • Yeah, Chris, you made me nervous when you walked that peak !!

    Don DeustermanDon DeustermanMuaj më parë
  • So how hard/different is it to come out of your new one and get back in this one

    bill gipsonbill gipsonMuaj më parë
  • I have always liked running a dozers. People who have never done it think it must be a boring brain numbing job, but if you always try to do the best job you can, it is challenging.

    Lorne BeaudetteLorne BeaudetteMuaj më parë
  • Is that where a fire was

    Steven BenaventeSteven BenaventeMuaj më parë
  • Which dozer has more power? This one or the new one.

    Robert ProteauRobert ProteauMuaj më parë
  • Ok makes sense. Dirt falls yeh OK. But sometimes your just have'n a little fun, cuse you can. Nice 180 on top.

    USSBB62USSBB62Muaj më parë
  • Chris you are amazing with these machines you make it look so easy

    stephan Robinsonstephan RobinsonMuaj më parë
  • I was looking at the latest images from the Hubble Telescope, that are of deep space. Some of these stars are billions upon billions of light years away from Earth. In-between the stars are these brown patches, that are billions of light years across. Would NASA believe me if I said that Chris had been up there, grading? And, that's why the night sky is so flat and even...

    Pete MoorePete MooreMuaj më parë
  • Great job on the reclamation. Taking it from a non useable surface to golf course status with just a few passes of the mighty blade. Another finished job for the LD18 nation!

    Joe MascioniJoe MascioniMuaj më parë
  • I guess you're glad that job's over with. 👍👍😀🇨🇦

    I Paddle My Own Canoe.I Paddle My Own Canoe.Muaj më parë
  • Which do you think the pushes harder... The Komatsu, or the Yanmar?

    Project TurboCoupeProject TurboCoupeMuaj më parë
  • Be great to see some of your sites in a few month's time to see the difference.

    Bill SmithBill SmithMuaj më parë
  • "See that mountain? One of these days I'm going to climb that mountain."

    Thomas MorseThomas MorseMuaj më parë
  • Can that Komatsu pull a large gang of discs behind it? leaving some furrows pointed the right way would probably stop some of that rutting and give you water to start naturally compacting the deeper layers of that field.

    watchthe1369watchthe1369Muaj më parë
  • This is the best reality show, by far.

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy NekomimiMuaj më parë
  • You delete my comment because I talk about the bird at 4:28 ??

    Tomsey BitagoTomsey BitagoMuaj më parë
  • It looks good and I guess the farmer is happy with the result.

    Making it HappenMaking it HappenMuaj më parë
  • Hey Chris, how are the grass puppies doin? 🐄

    kjc748kjc748Muaj më parë
  • State Dept. of Transportation (DOT) plant seed, place Natural Prairie Signs and don’t cut it. 😬👍

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
  • 5 minutes was enough for me...zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    involved bystanderinvolved bystanderMuaj më parë
  • Its so satisfying to watch the earths surface sculpted and smoothed. Taking a bunch of crap no one wants and using it to make an unusable piece of land usable again.

    TheBurnsStuffTheBurnsStuffMuaj më parë
  • How come we don’t see the dozer from drivers point of view ❓❓❓❓❓ I think it would be more interesting to have both points of view not just on. Like you do with the excavator. Don’t get me wrong I love the content and the Chanel I’m a big fan so thanks for showing us what you do 😁😁😁👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Ben RoyansBen RoyansMuaj më parë
  • actually, there should be no garbage dump sites. Either they recycle the garbage or they burn the whole crap. Dump-sites are in 3rd world nations like Dshibuti, full of crows and poor people looking for things they can turn into cash. So hopefully they can turn it into a vegetable garden.

    lenny108lenny108Muaj më parë
  • Mighty Fine dozer work!.. learned a lot from that.. keep on digging!

    John KingJohn KingMuaj më parë
  • Was it only me or did anyone else day, I think I can I think I can, when Chris was getting on top of that dirt pile? Lol. I was afraid for you brother!

    Scott FortuneScott FortuneMuaj më parë
  • Yeah Chris that sure was a big difference from when you first started it and until the end where are you final graded it because y’all build up a big ass hole. But anyway brother another great video you and John and yawls family stay safe and keep the videos coming man

    timmy friersontimmy friersonMuaj më parë
  • Chris the person who you needed on the pet hospital was demolition dave new video today shows the power of plastic .

    Neil ENeil EMuaj më parë
  • Hey Chris thanks for the explanation, I was wondering why you climbed that mound of dirt and took the top 4 feet off. The dump site looks much better now, that was a lot of dirt and rock you dug out and buried.😀👍🇦🇺

    Peter AntonicPeter AntonicMuaj më parë
  • another informative & interesting vidio!!--thumbs up--love this channel

    david grantdavid grantMuaj më parë
  • I never wondered I knew what you were doing my Grandpa had a Case caterpillar tractor with a loader and 2 manure buckets one he modified with a push blade and one he made bigger. I never realized the danger he put himself in riding the crest of dirt piles knocking them down, he had no roll cage it was open top but the center of gravity was very low and I never saw him get close to tipping it. He used to drive the cat up the side of a tree and use its traction and weight to topple the tree pushing it with his blade as he went, sometimes stalling the engine ,but when the tree was down he'd back up ,stop ,cut the tree off at the stump and drag it out with a heavy chain, usually three trees at a time. He did this to remove any tree that could reach any one of his five cabins during a storm, he owned Rustan Resort and he was a consummate professional. He bought the property, fifty acres with 720 feet of lake shore back in 1947, I'd tell you the whole story but I don't have time right now. I'd like to see if you could push a tree over with that baby Komatsu, nice dozer. You'd look right at home knocking down an entire forest on a 65 ton Komatsu, but then what would the 220 have to do.

    Roberta WilliamsonRoberta WilliamsonMuaj më parë
  • Nice mountaineering there, Chris! For Guts and Glory I can do it - I can do it - .... !!!

    Uppsalahazze MarkstedtUppsalahazze MarkstedtMuaj më parë
  • well done

    SteinSteinMuaj më parë
  • This video should be a special treat to those who love the dozer footage... like me. And you did your best to make me nervous again while driving the dozer when you were on the pile of dirt. I know you know what you're doing and you're safe, but to a construction noob like me that's never been in a dozer, it freaks me out seeing you grade pond dams on steep angles and climb up on narrow hills of dirt in the dozer, lol. Anyway, site is 100x more usable than before. It'll make great pasture once the farmer gets grass planted.

    ̇George H.̇George H.Muaj më parë
  • The End.

    Craig GreenCraig GreenMuaj më parë
  • Looks good & useable now !

    Channel JammerChannel JammerMuaj më parë
  • That little dozer really struggles with a full blade.

    Jeffrey HoustonJeffrey HoustonMuaj më parë
  • Didn't check the oil, that's a no no.

    Jeffrey HoustonJeffrey HoustonMuaj më parë
  • Is this your property..... great video thanks for sharing!

    Deano - Bam - BeanoDeano - Bam - BeanoMuaj më parë
  • Slot dozing might have saved some time. I always enjoy the videos though! Plenty of tips and tricks and a good sense of humor.

    Jason KnowlesJason KnowlesMuaj më parë
  • Awesome. To regain ground that is useful. So glad to hear at least grass will be done. Thank you, this is one of your best video's in finishing the Vet build job site.

    Sue LindaSue LindaMuaj më parë
  • You did an outstanding job to make this project complete. How many acres of farmland did you create? Good thing you had large area to dispose of all the removed overburden. This completion has to feel very good. This was a long drawn out project of unpredictability. Proves how important rock removal clauses are to protect the company in a contract.

    Cyndi KarpCyndi KarpMuaj më parë
  • What is grading?

    Asyraf JalilAsyraf JalilMuaj më parë
    • Leveling it. Making it flat.

      Sandy BarnesSandy BarnesMuaj më parë
  • I'm thinking you need a larger dozer.

    Frank GrahamFrank GrahamMuaj më parë
  • Excellent work!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇨🇱🇨🇱🇨🇱

    Carl KayserCarl KayserMuaj më parë
  • Chris that’s One of the many things you do well. You look a head and take care of the equipment. You’re also very efficient about how you go about doing your work.

    Clinton EmmertClinton EmmertMuaj më parë
  • I don’t know if I would disk it up if I was him. I would just plant it

    billy- -billy- -Muaj më parë
  • Looks amazing especially now all the rock is hidden now! Awesome change! Good job Chris! 👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk RogersMuaj më parë
  • How's the green house coming along?

    Andrew CarnesAndrew CarnesMuaj më parë
  • when you going to start on some ponds ? ponds are the best shows love it.

    Wiilliam FlegeWiilliam FlegeMuaj më parë
    • Draining the swamp was pretty good. All that thin mud & water running off the waterlogged land & into the newly dug ditches.

      Grom LechGrom LechMuaj më parë
    • I'll take anything this guy shows us. Always epic. But yeah, looking at his 55 tons digger actually floating on goowy mud is something else !

      Marc René YvonMarc René YvonMuaj më parë
  • More people should watch your videos just for the common sense alone 👍

    Chad AllenChad AllenMuaj më parë
  • Been wanting to ask, does slipping metal tracks have the detriment on longevity as slipping on rubber tracks?

    Alan DAlan DMuaj më parë
  • "King of the mountain"

    Carol MirciCarol MirciMuaj më parë
  • Me- going on top of that pile seemed pretty sure there's a reason for it. Chris- you may be wondering....... Me- 🤦‍♂️ the smallest things make the most sense......

    Justin LarrabeeJustin LarrabeeMuaj më parë
  • Hi Chris, I noticed that at the end of some pushes that you give the blade a shake , I don't think I have seen that with your doser is that a control sensitivity thing or maybe I'm just missing it . Anyway always enjoy and appreciate your posts ! Stay safe and happy 👌. 🇨🇦 Craig

    Craig MacDonaldCraig MacDonaldMuaj më parë
    • just shaking the dirt off the blade

      letsdig18letsdig18Muaj më parë
  • I know the hospital job was da’ job from hell. I hope the truck drivers weren’t upset with rocks beating up their dump beds.

    Code ZeroCode ZeroMuaj më parë
  • Wow that's a heck of a lot of dumps to level that off. I remember when it was on fire.

    William findspenniesWilliam findspenniesMuaj më parë
    • there wasn't a fire here

      Richard SchipperRichard SchipperMuaj më parë
  • Oh the cows will be so happy! That’s a lot of usable pastureland now.

    Michael PageMichael PageMuaj më parë
  • Pretty work 👍👍👍👍👍

    Randy WhelanRandy WhelanMuaj më parë
  • That will look good when the grass grows in full

    Todd RobertsTodd RobertsMuaj më parë
  • Pro at work.

    John EarhartJohn EarhartMuaj më parë
  • Im a dozer man .... i love grading and just pushing dirt when i can .... i dont have to deal with people just push dirt and listen to the tracks click ..... makes all the stress just melt away

    KD ExcavationKD ExcavationMuaj më parë
    • i'm not a dozer man but.. dealing with people is a great source for stress ahahah

      gfresources.videogfresources.video21 ditë më parë
  • Hey Chris. My wife and i enjoy watching your vid.

    Coyote PeteCoyote PeteMuaj më parë
  • You no somebodys gonna be digging there in 200yrs an say where the hell did all these sandstone rock come from.

    dirt racerdirt racerMuaj më parë
    • Atleast it will be little pieces of sandstone not like the boulders he first moved , my god they were huge.

      Wiilliam FlegeWiilliam FlegeMuaj më parë
  • Lots dirt

    Lynn TraylorLynn TraylorMuaj më parë
  • Wow, grading the hill took skill.

    M HM HMuaj më parë
  • Looks great. Love your channel.

    JohnnathanABJohnnathanABMuaj më parë
  • While your explanation of getting on top of the pile may seem logical? I think you used to love playing king of the hill as a youngster because you get on top of piles of dirt with the dozer, the excavator, the mini.... LOL

    bryan burfordbryan burfordMuaj më parë
  • That was a lot of rocks from that animal Hospital site both places are awesome

    Donald TrabeauxDonald TrabeauxMuaj më parë
  • Excellent job cutting down that long high pile of dirt. Thanks for the explanation, it all makes sense! Thanks again for your videos!!! J.R.

  • here i am watching again and wishing i had an excavator and a skid steer. my ponds have 8 feet of silt in them and the ground around them is like a swamp. if only the dirt in the ponds was around the ponds i would be a happy fisherman.

    David KettellDavid KettellMuaj më parë
  • there you need to put the before and after shots in .

    eddie feddie fMuaj më parë
  • WOW

    TheVideoSteveTheVideoSteveMuaj më parë
  • love too watch you drive on top of those big piles,are not afraid of sliding off or tipping over..

    Robert CorioRobert CorioMuaj më parë
  • 9:05 Aaaah, what is he doing ? Naaah, he won't... 😳 Hell, he goes for it !! Uphill AND down hill ! Plus a 180° turn mid way ! This man has NO limits ! 🙄

    Marc René YvonMarc René YvonMuaj më parë
    • Those little 39s will ride in some crazy stuff

      LionelRichiesCrackpipeLionelRichiesCrackpipeMuaj më parë
  • Cool I learned something new today, thank you.

    Dennis 2Dennis 2Muaj më parë
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    jintao wujintao wuMuaj më parë
  • I have to admit when you first climbed up on those dirt piles, I puckered a little, well, actually a lot!! And continued to do so when you threw it in reverse the first time too! And then I thought... Dang, he's Good!!

    DJinFlaDJinFlaMuaj më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff2007Muaj më parë
  • 👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🏻👍 Enjoyed

    Larry Iowa/Texas RoosterLarry Iowa/Texas RoosterMuaj më parë
  • Would be nice to see animal hospital project further down the line, lots of concentrated effort (money) just so they could build on that site. Sure the cows won't even notice they have five more acres to munch on .

    rdon53rdon53Muaj më parë
  • Two sites for the price of one!

    Paul CyszPaul CyszMuaj më parë
  • At about the 4 minute 29 second mark of the video that you can see running across the ground on left side of dozer , I bet you covered up that Killdeer's nest as they nest on the ground.

    NortekjNortekjMuaj më parë
  • Chris is the type of man that keeps on top of everything.

    David DevineDavid DevineMuaj më parë
  • I held my breath a little when he drove on top of the dirt pile. Great job and driving.

    Larry MccreadyLarry MccreadyMuaj më parë
  • You should do an episode revisiting all your sites once the ponds fill back up and the grass grows back! Show the true beauty of what you do!

    Half Cut Garage ILHalf Cut Garage ILMuaj më parë
    • he does with some of his projects

      Allan SkogsholmAllan SkogsholmMuaj më parë
    • That will never happen

      Sandy BarnesSandy BarnesMuaj më parë
  • 9:20 Instant Pond Dam!

    Vincent L.Vincent L.Muaj më parë
  • 🔥🔥🔥Another fine day Señor Dig👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

    DigginLife21DigginLife21Muaj më parë
  • I enjoyed the video. Help me here, who gets paid for a job like that. Do you get paid for making the field more usable or does the owner get paid for allowing you to dump, especially all that rock. Thanks again for sharing it with us.

    Walt MuellerWalt MuellerMuaj më parë
  • This video would broken the record books if you would have slid off the pile. Nice job again.

    Walter MattsonWalter MattsonMuaj më parë
  • I'd be concerned about cut offing the top of the mound and the dozer would roll over down the side and end up upside down.

    James DiehlJames DiehlMuaj më parë
  • When he went up on that pile of dirt, I thought he was going to do one of those 'Hell's Revenge, Moab' kind of stunts!!

    Ranger 231Ranger 231Muaj më parë
  • Turning waste land into productive pasture.... I'll have to call Chris... Mr. Greenjeans! 😇

    Rusty SteelRusty SteelMuaj më parë
  • Hello Chris, How are you this evening?

    Jonathan DeVriesJonathan DeVriesMuaj më parë
  • Like the dozer video ,and To the next one .

    leo lleo lMuaj më parë
  • That looks way more usable then it did so that was a win win for the both of y’all good job 👍

    Bass 167Bass 167Muaj më parë
  • Hey Brother, give that dozer a raise, it's one awesome little machine!!!! Nice finish, to a never ending job. great video. Later: }

    Roger HackerRoger HackerMuaj më parë
  • I thought you Were gonna fall off that dirt pile there.ya nice Flat And ready To be reseeded for a New field.nobody will ever know about the Rocks under the ground 🤣. Have a nice day😀

    Marc WohlmayerMarc WohlmayerMuaj më parë
  • That dozer seat cushion looks pretty shabby.

    Fifth AmendmentFifth AmendmentMuaj më parë