Finishing The Silt Pond And A Job Update

16 Sht 2020
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  • Yes please tape the rock blasting for us!

    Mike ZMike ZMuaj më parë
  • Ive seen alot of your videos and i think they are great. But I keep wondering why you dont invest in a tiltrotator?

    PatrikPatrikMuaj më parë
  • Brilliant job Chris looks greaaaaaaaaaaat 👍

    John CampbellJohn CampbellMuaj më parë
  • Always appreciate a re-visit of a job after it’s had a chance to “settle” awhile. Thanks!

    Dan L.Dan L.Muaj më parë
  • Growing up working on farms when we have a older tractor with just a single set of hydraulic connection. We would in stall a electric switch valve that was electrically operated and so we could run implements that required dual lines. Wonder if you could use something like that for switching between the thumb and tilt bucket.

    Colton & Diane CollierColton & Diane CollierMuaj më parë
  • Most of the Time you Don’t get what you Pay for but when you do the Job, you give it 100%. 👍

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
  • Everyone has Always been Entitled to their Opinions, NO Matter how Minuscule they are. 🤪😬👍

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
  • Drilling rig on mini for chemical rock cracking

    Tom TalleyTom TalleyMuaj më parë
  • You need two more cameras .. good work though.. I bet its harder than it looks ....and I do mean the editing..

    Moe GreenMoe GreenMuaj më parë
  • Hey Chris you do know that you can flip your bucket around right??

    Michael RasmussenMichael RasmussenMuaj më parë
  • Hi from the UK. I saw another video where they drilled holes in a huge boulder and poured some kind of chemical in. The next day the rock was all cracked up and broken. I don't know if it could be done in this case, I guess it all depends on what the rocks made of, but it might be something to consider. Stay safe, and keep the video's coming.

    Michael FrancisMichael FrancisMuaj më parë
  • Beautiful house and property 😍

    Ron HartRon HartMuaj më parë
  • U r doing a good job with that bucket. This is 2020 not 1920 why can’t they rig u a button that turns them valves for u in side the cab

    Randy WilsonRandy WilsonMuaj më parë
  • Thanks for the (turnd out nice vid ) i would like more of same iff landowners are OK with it ?

    Septic WhelkSeptic WhelkMuaj më parë
  • Wow, that job from last year reaaaally turned out beautiful ! I remember you've spent a whole lotta time there tho !

    Franz BenFranz BenMuaj më parë
  • Would ya just look at

    jwrappuhn71jwrappuhn71Muaj më parë
  • Nice job and a great looking place! Oh, and a lot of mowing!!!

  • 🔥 FINE JOB MR. DIG!!!

    DigginLife21DigginLife21Muaj më parë
  • letsdig18, in some future video, could you please explain how the skimmer works and show a more detailed installation of one?

    Chris MasonChris MasonMuaj më parë
  • @letsdig18 have you ever thought abaut getting a rock wheel attachment like this Your 220 could support it and a rock wheel is way less wear ad tear and driver discompfort than a hydraulic hammer while also being capable of ripping rock the hammer cant because of the tungsten carbide tips - also no rock fragments flying around and less noise- big plus when working in urban areas

    Prinz Eugen van SovoyenPrinz Eugen van SovoyenMuaj më parë
  • Hi Chris will you be on the pond and office job when the guy's come to blast that rock you've been having problems with ?? And the job with the house and shop combination that you are Finnishing off the grounds around the building's complement eachother it all looks great.

    Michael BakerMichael BakerMuaj më parë
  • Came out great ! Love these follow up videos. So nice to see it after its all established

  • Good content, fun to watch!!!

    Jory WellsJory WellsMuaj më parë
  • Chris, u r burning fuel m8... No need to work on G mode on while sensitivitty is needed.. 🤠

    Combo_RCCombo_RCMuaj më parë
  • Building pad video here .

    Seventy4 JnsSeventy4 JnsMuaj më parë
  • what is the small piece of green pipe in the middle of the skimmer for?

    David TyndallDavid TyndallMuaj më parë
  • 👌😊

    Bob RusselBob RusselMuaj më parë
  • Thats a great looking house, and I like the idea of using crushed concrete as a base. (and I really like the boulder in that water retaining filter thing.) Recycling is cool. Especially because only asphalt can be recycled into more roads. Idk i’ve never really understood peoples hate for grass growing ontop of the gravel. It only roots in and benefits it from eroding away. Idk just to me putting chemicals on the road is more harmful than the idea of it being ugly. Also I have a distaste for the monobiological, practically invasive look of the turf grass that we so dearly love. basically in practice it is a desert for a yard.

    micah_leemicah_leeMuaj më parë
  • 17:22 You give a whole new meaning to the expression "Put a lid on it!"

    user990077user990077Muaj më parë
  • When are you getting more sweatshirt and zip ups sport sweatshirts????

    cntsles fabricationcntsles fabricationMuaj më parë
  • Did you forget to put conseal on the riser.

    TrikiDickTrikiDickMuaj më parë
  • I wonder if there is a way to hook a solenoid up to flip between the tilt function and claw

    Garrett BennettGarrett BennettMuaj më parë
  • Not sure that lock on the chain at the end of the video does much good. Place looks really nice though.

    Robert Black1911Robert Black1911Muaj më parë
  • If you could get a rock drill attachment for the mini and use it to quickly drill holes into the rock, you could fill the holes with expanding concrete and crack the rock. You would take a good chunk of the blasters price and add a speciality to your company. Just a thought.

    Tom TalleyTom TalleyMuaj më parë
  • Now you need a control in the cab for remote valves so you can switch back and forth from the thumb and the bucket on the fly.

    David KellyDavid KellyMuaj më parë
  • If i were an inspector, I would let that boulder slide, it adds a Flintstones ambiance to layout.

    RRMuaj më parë
  • Boy O Boy,,, yes indeed I remember that one, and yes that is literary beautiful!!!!!!!! Great job Chris!!

    Dave HoffmanDave HoffmanMuaj më parë
  • In next weeks show, I get a new Wider Thumb for my clean up bucket, stay tuned.

    pat36apat36aMuaj më parë
  • Adaptation is one of your brilliant abilities. One among so many. Incredibly talented and brilliant at your job.

    Kerry HughesKerry HughesMuaj më parë
  • "Another one the size of a dump truck" 😆

    Jake HJake HMuaj më parë
  • wrap around porch looks like a verandah to me

    Frank PristovFrank PristovMuaj më parë
  • As always one great job.

    SnowDog080SnowDog080Muaj më parë
  • Love seeing the projects once they're done. If you get some slow time this winter, you should go back through your videos from the previous year and show clips from the initial construction, then from the completed projects.

    Tim AsbellTim AsbellMuaj më parë
  • I thought those huge rocks in the pond were going to be blasted?

    cleo0399cleo0399Muaj më parë
  • Great.

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin HessainMuaj më parë
  • Well done Chris on the last one, your effort made that lovely house...

    Mark BusbyMark BusbyMuaj më parë
  • Now you can get all fancy and install an electrically operated valve on the thumb so you don't need to leave the cab.

    Jan AlfsJan AlfsMuaj më parë
  • Now you can get all fancy and install an electrically operated valve on the thumb so you don't need to leave the cab.

    Jan AlfsJan AlfsMuaj më parë
  • The end of the video is just awesome, artwork like Rembrandt. Nice going Chris.

    IgnacioIgnacioMuaj më parë
  • Hi is They are some way of putting a motorised three way valve so you can change within the cab

    Roger WilkinRoger WilkinMuaj më parë
  • Turning the valves, Chris you're a genius.

    IgnacioIgnacioMuaj më parë
  • That tilt buckett from ATM so amazing......

    Jan van den BosJan van den BosMuaj më parë
  • Now all you need is remote-controlled servos on the valves, and you can switch between thumb and tilt on a whim. And it baffles me how precise and gentle you can be with the end of a bucket.

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy NekomimiMuaj më parë
  • That last part is perfect for a small chip and put area, needs a green and flagpole.

    Willem StreutgersWillem StreutgersMuaj më parë
  • 24:30 would anyone judge me if i call that one heck of a sexy ditch? 🤔🤣🤣🤣

    PHANTOMPHANTOMMuaj më parë
  • That's the weirdest pond I've ever seen !

    augustaugustMuaj më parë
  • Watching him slant down that hill is giving me the heebie-jeebies.

    MeridienMeridienMuaj më parë
  • is that ceiling haint blue?

    Mark WaddeyMark WaddeyMuaj më parë
  • I thought yall were going to blast the rock out what happened?

    Joel HendersonJoel HendersonMuaj më parë
  • It looks like the manhole was on the wrong side for the ladder. Ladder rung went in on the right and the hole is on the left. Can't wait for the blasting.

    George LaddGeorge LaddMuaj më parë
  • I cant believe that you just now tried that thumb..... Incredible

    mark Wilsonmark WilsonMuaj më parë
  • 👍👍👍👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał ŚleziakMuaj më parë
  • Hope hurricane sally don't mess things up for ya.

    jeremyjeremyMuaj më parë
  • Your spoiled with all these new fancy buckets now Chris 😂...

    Glen GallagherGlen GallagherMuaj më parë
  • Good to see an old job look so good. Homeowner did his part also.

    Mark BrownMark BrownMuaj më parë
  • I bet you could pick up a quarter with that claw. You have some skills!

    Anthony ThiessenAnthony ThiessenMuaj më parë
  • This guy is not welcomed at carnivals, his picture is posted in every truck stop shower, sorry buddy but the carnies have it out for you. The stuff animals are taking a toll because of your precise picking

    C4 yourselfC4 yourselfMuaj më parë
  • Good videos. Recommend watching at 1.5 or 1.75x speed...

    Steve MorrSteve MorrMuaj më parë
  • Nice job

    CRK ProductionsCRK ProductionsMuaj më parë
  • I thought that road looked familiar. That is a mile up the road from me. Small world.

    William BellWilliam BellMuaj më parë
  • Great video, I was hoping your expertise with the thumb were not going to be required to get his fingers out from underneath that steel top. That Shop/house turned out great. i was just wondering who gets to mow all that lawn a few times a month?

    netpoke58netpoke58Muaj më parë
  • I tried that on my cat 305 and it blew the seals in the switch..

    67fishbig67fishbigMuaj më parë
  • That last job looks great. It is nice to see the updates when you can do it.

    walter mattsonwalter mattsonMuaj më parë
  • The place looks wonderful. Thanks for showing us the finished part.

    Michael KoopMichael KoopMuaj më parë
  • Big rock blasting:

    Oak RidgeOak RidgeMuaj më parë
  • What do yaw di with goid dirt when you gave it

    Vaughn HillVaughn HillMuaj më parë
  • Rocks 2 Chris 0

    Kirt HedquistKirt HedquistMuaj më parë
  • When you got to the road and ditch, I remembered very well. Issues with trying NOT to get hit when grading the road side of the ditch.

    RK Harm24RK Harm24Muaj më parë
  • When is the DY-NA-MI-TE gonna happen?

    Not YouNot YouMuaj më parë
  • As inspector, I'd probably note that ring for the manhole cover not being in correctly and want it flipped. That ring being in right keeps the manhole cover from being slid sideways. Someone's going to need to grind the concrete to make it fit. Even if they don't notice.... it should get fixed.

    F HuberF HuberMuaj më parë
  • Super video - That house is great!

    Steve AdamsSteve AdamsMuaj më parë
  • OK, sorry, one more comment on the boulder. Suggest a chisel-ended hammer rather than a blunt, impact-type. That sandstone doesn’t cleave and a blunt tool builds up sand at the impact site and that absorbs the impact, making that type of hammer useless. A chisel may cut into the rock a lot better. That’s what we used on “Bluestone” in upstate NY and it worked pretty well. Not a geologist or rockologist just speaking from experience.

    Farmer BobFarmer BobMuaj më parë
  • Are you a owner operator

    Richard GoodingRichard GoodingMuaj më parë
  • I reckon they'll have to drill the t-post for the baffles.

    mike earglemike eargleMuaj më parë
  • Really looks manicured. Good job and thanks for sharing.

    Patricia BockenstettePatricia BockenstetteMuaj më parë
  • Is Australia too far for a job? :) What is the name of that mate of yours who has a channel to do with tree's/timber?.

    John KraniasJohn KraniasMuaj më parë
  • I remember that job.

    James BakerJames BakerMuaj më parë
  • Really appreciate you showing us the finished project.

    Charlie AustinCharlie AustinMuaj më parë
  • Good job that turned out really good👍👍😀🍁

    I Paddle My Own CanoeI Paddle My Own CanoeMuaj më parë
  • Very nice

    Tony LombardoTony LombardoMuaj më parë
  • If you had an extra set of hydraulic couplers for two more lines, you could still tilt the bucket & use the thumb too.

    Cyndi KarpCyndi KarpMuaj më parë
  • I bet you could pick up a quarter off the ground with the thumb. I enjoyed seeing the finished job. The rock in the ditch looks great. Looks like they have a small fortune in sod!

    Michael PageMichael PageMuaj më parë
  • What a nice place at the end! Always makes me laugh all the finish work is done and everything looks so good and they have corrugated tile shoved out in the yard on the downspouts.

    Cree 54Cree 54Muaj më parë
  • I take you got a variance? Good job.

    daniel schuchdaniel schuchMuaj më parë
  • Nice!!!!!

    Sigh PocketSigh PocketMuaj më parë
  • Could you rake with the thumb? Backwards...

    Serge KentSerge KentMuaj më parë
  • Oh that’s the one near me ? Right

    Todd RobertsTodd RobertsMuaj më parë
  • Thanks for the video and the other one from last november to .

    leo lleo lMuaj më parë
  • That's a beautiful home/shop setting. Some pretty work by all on that project.

    Jamie Lee ChafinJamie Lee ChafinMuaj më parë