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Fixing a 1993 Ford 1520 tractor. Fixing an overheating problem, and doing some body work. Than mowing a field.
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pax84111 (21 час назад)
aye AC is that ratchet made for tractors?
pax84111 (21 час назад)
oil based paint is the Worst!
pax84111 (21 час назад)
no de-greaser or nothing Just jumped right in
DeputyDanTV Twitch Streamer (1 день назад)
obligatory comment regarding gloves and drill press
DeputyDanTV Twitch Streamer (1 день назад)
probably not a big deal, but it looks like you put that seal in backwards.
Glenn Lockwood (1 день назад)
With so many comments I don't know if this has been said. But your dad must've given you some great learning experiences. I bet he is/was proud of you.
SmarT Odd (2 дня назад)
I could watch you 'work' all day :) You are a man of many talents.
Владимир Шикалов (2 дня назад)
I thought washing would crush cells on the radiator.
paintballer7171986 (3 дня назад)
Jesus christ that paint bucket!! Hahahahahaha
Ivan Kondaurov (3 дня назад)
Thanks for your input Andrew :)
donal Breathnach (3 дня назад)
hi Andrew I've some old ford badges in my garage I must have a look for them I could send you out one for the front of that tractor 😊
Chris Morgan (4 дня назад)
get some sheep instead of grass gutter, look nice and taste good on the bbq and will fix the grass...
wkualum (4 дня назад)
Where did you get that grill material?
Andrew Camarata (4 дня назад)
Steel yard, they had big sheets of it there.
mwnciboo (6 дней назад)
Man you need some oil drip pans and an industrial spec steam cleaner.
Sonny Morrison (6 дней назад)
Man get your self a good pressure washer and keep your equipment cleaner will last lots longer
exroyalcanadian (6 дней назад)
German torque!!!!
Charles Witt (6 дней назад)
I own a Bush Hog 305 and by far it is the toughest one I've used. 3pt hitch cat. I or II, cut cap 3", wt 825 pounds, 540 rpm 80HP gear box
Chris B (6 дней назад)
I’m surprised you didn’t wash the core out of that radiator with that jet wash it’s a beast.
walla2k5 (6 дней назад)
Nothing happier and friendlier than a wet dog.
Mike McCall (6 дней назад)
Enjoying the videos! I bought a brush mower for tract steer to mow very overgrown areas.
Jerry Wooton (7 дней назад)
Another trick with tge terminals is to wrap tin foil around the lead to getthem tighter and a better connection
Jerry Wooton (7 дней назад)
Loosten tge nut on the tractoe bro instead of beating the shit out of it trying to release the thing lol I got it but still
David B (7 дней назад)
You have skills bro...
John Garafola (7 дней назад)
Hey yeah. Its winter. I'm a Minnesota sledhead, more about your sleds would be cool. Thank you.
Andrew Camarata (7 дней назад)
Might be a few sled videos this year.
hayrullah Kilitcioglu (7 дней назад)
i like all yours video,s verry verry goed
overmanonfire (7 дней назад)
tip: when i clean my radiators i use a special type of cleaner that is solid in Air Conditioner shops to clean the radiators, it makes cleaning the radiator so much easier, you just rains it and it will take the dirt , grease , oil and fall with the foam. Also try to use Vacuums cleaner with light brushes on the radiators as opposite to high pressure water, which pushes the dirt deeper in the radiator foils, and then use the pressure washer in the opposite direction of the fan. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
Owen Thomas (7 дней назад)
Andrew personifies the "can do" attitude, could even be his middle name!
Caleb Caleb (8 дней назад)
nice vid keep up the good work my man
Alexis DeVille (8 дней назад)
If I Remember correctly the bolt to rear of pin need to be loosened? Then thee bottom plate drops down.
Chris Snelling (8 дней назад)
Andrew, cover your hydraulic self-sealer couplings or put plastic blanking caps on Budd, abrasive grindings are a killer for hydraulic spool valves . You tidied up the tractor great. 👍
Jim Clayton (9 дней назад)
How about a little oil on those hinges
old man (9 дней назад)
The fmc sidewinder tire drive was one of the best bushhogs made . The tire absorbed most of the vibrations from hitting rocks and stumps and i never saw a problem with the drive systems . Im not sure they even build them any more . If you can find one You cant go wrong .
Scott Climer (10 дней назад)
EXCELLENT VIDEO, Andrew! I thoroughly enjoyed the mixture of content. VERY WELL DONE! The repairs you did on the tractor were also well done. I was really glad you also did some body work and added some fresh paint. Good, simple, rugged design on the front brush guard too. Loved the dog and the aerial footage by drone cam. Keep up the good work! :-)
mark duncan (11 дней назад)
Great Fabrication and repairs to your tractor Andrew! Always somthing interesting!
G S (11 дней назад)
AAnd wd 40 to relieve the unnecessary pounding, yo
G S (11 дней назад)
I swear, "wiff Italian accent". No, i'm not Italian, and no, Not a hater. I am watching myself 35-40 years ago. Kid, your "doership" astounds me. i didn't think you existed anymore in the States. My clients were Italian's. my friends of the day were of your heritage. Doers. Nutin couldnth be done. We did. Case Closed. Your pop should be proud.
Monty Gomez (11 дней назад)
Good job Andrew..jack of all trades.and master of all you can get another 20 years out of that old Ford dont make them like that anymore...good to see you let the old man have some fun too lol...good videos....
ToughAncientSpark (11 дней назад)
That's a helleva big yard to mow!
Nick Maclachlan (11 дней назад)
If you wanna find out why not to get in to Hay contracting, just watch a few of Chucky 2009's videos.........................he's a hell of a welder, but a farmer he aint!
CarlSagan6 (11 дней назад)
this channel is manly as sh*t. subbed
Roger Weaver (12 дней назад)
May be a little too much brush hog for that tractor, sure is working hard.
Liam Pritchard (12 дней назад)
Nice wheelie
Tony Zilincik (12 дней назад)
What is that hip-looking ratchet??
Andrew Camarata (12 дней назад)
Came from tractor supply.
D Zack (12 дней назад)
Really enjoy your videos. It's a miserable day here in CT so I'll sit back and watch some of your work. Thanks
Ed O'Neill (12 дней назад)
best part, 41:36 hahaha
freezerburn04 (13 дней назад)
AS TO SUGGESTED EQUIPMENT- you really only need one tractor, which you have plus three attachments. 1) a sickle mowing machine which are great if your land is rolling at all. Butt simple machine and a ton cheaper than your friends' outfit. Get the two row setup. 2) a rake, usually has 4-5 rake "wheels" that spin as you drag it and it rakes your hay into rows and 3) a bailer of your choosing. I've ran this system- sharpened the sickle blades (a quick jig of your design). The knives are cheap and the riveters will last your lifetime. I've ran the the rakes, of which I've seen hundreds but never one that wasn't operational... which brings up the bailer which I would gather info and get what is reliable and available locally. You could source a square bailer cream pie fairly cheaply I bet. I've been away from it for 20 years but you can cut a ton of hay in a day with a double row sickle setup or even with a single. All of the items I've mentioned here require grease or oiling and are fully serviceable... A smaller standby tractor could easily finish the job if needed. Be cool, freeze'
freezerburn04 (12 дней назад)
Sure. With minimal investment you could stick your toe in the water to see if it is something you would want to pursue.+Andrew Camarata
Andrew Camarata (13 дней назад)
That doesn't sound bad, ill keep an eye out for that equipment.
Cody Corum (13 дней назад)
you know all you had to do was leave the air hoses are hydraulic hoses hooked up and made it unbolted that bowl and and shove the front end up from the things or from the front loader and that thing automatically comes loose when you do that cuz it relieves the pressure and you just back the tractor out from up under it
1957rickster (13 дней назад)
This Ford has been your Swiss Army Knife Compared to all your other machines. I sold Ford Tractors for 10 years. Right up to the time your model was made. Watching your videos proves that a good utility tractor is well worth the money. If your Ford Dump truck has a Ford Diesel - it was designed for the Ford TW Series tractors and later used in Ford medium duty trucks.
Andrew Camarata (13 дней назад)
Yeah, that's a good tractor. The dump truck has the Ford diesel too. That thing always runs good too.
john (13 дней назад)
Damn, that’s a fine looking tractor! Thanks for this video. Great job.
Edwin Reyes (13 дней назад)
Couldn’t you have loosened that bolt behind the latch thing on the tractor? It looks like it would have not needed to be pried. Idk, js. Great job and vids as always. Really informative channel, I’m a big fan!
Andrew Camarata (13 дней назад)
I did, it still didn't want to move easy on both sides.
#16 Racing (14 дней назад)
hey ur meant to leave the hydraulic hoses connected so you can use them to manipulate the front loader off. then disconnect. That's why the hoses are longer than you'd think they need to be.
Vincent Esposito (14 дней назад)
I use a Woods Heritage Rotary Cutter HC 72. My equipment supplier recommended it. Works good for me although I don't know much about higher end stuff.
Matt Cerbone (14 дней назад)
Jesus dude! Use a seal driver!!!! And I’d replace the radiator/ oil cooler while I had it all apart. Having to revisit repairs irritates me. And that much pressure from the washer could easily damage the radiator fins. Overall- nice work. Nice old tractor
Randall Miles (14 дней назад)
o, I for got to metion. You can leave your hydraulics hooked up to your tractor after you unbolt it , and lift it off after unbolted with your tractor hydraulics as long as it is loose. great videos.
Randall Miles (14 дней назад)
great videos. Most of us don't have 2 escavators to take off and put on the loader attachment. lol. Color code your hydraulic hoses with colored tape or marker.
Tor-Björn Fröberg (14 дней назад)
Wrong sid out!
brianroark88 (15 дней назад)
You held my attention for an hour ! Great job
Alan Torrance (15 дней назад)
58:00 "Tore this thing (Brush Hog) up pretty bad". Yes, sure he did, mowing over fairly sizeable branches. Absolutely no good for his blades, and the detritus will be what tore his shields to pieces. You do NOT chop branches with what was designed for cutting grass. He will wreck in fairly short time any equipment he uses. He is a "butcher".
Andrew Camarata (15 дней назад)
That mower is meant for chopping up branches, it says so right in the manual. What it doesn't like doing is chopping up rocks.
Alan Torrance (15 дней назад)
At 23:00 cleaning the battery terminals and connectors: how about using some "petroleum jelly" or similar battery terminal connector jelly? This would assist make a good, water-tight connection with nil-resistance to the current.
Alan Torrance (15 дней назад)
At 11:47 (and similarly on the other side) there is a nut and bolt securing the flange he is trying to swing downwards. Loosen that bolt and the flange will drop easily. Two eyes for looking with!!!
Andrew Camarata (15 дней назад)
I loosened it, it still didn't want to move.
dennis blosberg (15 дней назад)
Before you disconnect the hydraulic lines, remove the two bolts on the back 'wing' keepers (by your feet, the ones you banged on with the maul). Use the hydraulics to raise the bucket, the rear section of the loader lifts from the rear pins (the bucket stays in the ground). Keep down pressure on the hydraulic valve until the "front bumper" part of the loader touches the ground ( back up a little at a time to allow the loader frame to slide along the front pins as the loader frame approaches the ground) once clear, remove the hydraulic lines...the loader will sit in ready position to drive out from under it, and the tractor can be driven out from under the loader. SUPER easy. No other equipment necessary. Reverse the procedure to mount the loader. It's slick (as designed), and takes about 5 minutes total
Dennis The Menance (16 дней назад)
WOW..A 25 YR OLD, WORN OUT POS FORD TRACTOR? YOUR KIDDING ME RIGHT? Bilding my Business Came first and every dime went back into upgraing my equiptment that I coukld spare, after paying my presonal bills and Living with in my Means.. For I new, every Hour My Equiptment Broke down? I wood LOOSE over $165 hr! Taking a cokuple of business courses at my local college extension really helped me alot.. I should spend more time using my personal Experience & Skills ( working) then Repairing Old Equiptment) It did its job and now I had to invest into Newer and less Prone to breakdown, equiptment, and Setting Goals, like I want no older then 5 yr old Equiptment after 10 yrs in business.. and not have to do all that very Physical and Demanding Repair work anymore..Andy.. This from a now Retired at age 55 in 2005 Senior.. That Now Teaches new Self Employed People, Like you at that same Extensions Collage, others can get similar classes thru their Jr. Colleges..
Shawn Carroll (16 дней назад)
Dude, I don’t know how you have the patience to keep setting up the camera all the time when you’re changing the oil or mixing paint or wrestling to access a bolt! And how do you keep oil/water/dirt from spraying back into the camera?
Andrew Camarata (16 дней назад)
I guess I could. IDK they don't get damaged too often.
Shawn Carroll (16 дней назад)
Andrew Camarata so do you put screen protectors on them or put them behind plexiglas ever?
Andrew Camarata (16 дней назад)
The camera gets dirty all the time. I just wipe it off. But sometimes welding or something can ruin a lens, or sometimes tripods get smashed.
Shawn Carroll (16 дней назад)
Hey man, what angle grinder are you using? How come you prefer a corded to a cordless one? Thanks for the great videos, Andrew.
Andrew Camarata (16 дней назад)
I think its this one: https://amzn.to/2P83MFh I would not bother with a battery grinder. Thanks
tony Wyatt (16 дней назад)
first what do you use your hay for.
Andrew Camarata (16 дней назад)
I only use it for mulch occasionally.
g6rida07 (17 дней назад)
Andrew what kind of hunting you got up your way? Any big bucks?
Ron (17 дней назад)
Good job on the machine. Love 2 see the drone work. That beautiful colored trees 😍
Chamary stigers (17 дней назад)
You good job look nice 👍
GeneSun (17 дней назад)
Nice pond man. And you're getting pretty good with that drone.
Anthony Ziblis (17 дней назад)
in my mind im screaming for you to oil the bolts and bracket on the quick change bucket.
Jose M. (17 дней назад)
Great video man!! I Really enjoyed watching it and learning 👏👏👏
Gnome King (17 дней назад)
Andrew, I stumbled onto your channel. This is living dude. Its just how it is,,,,, reminds me so much of myself and the things we do,,,, Great channel,,, btw I love the dozer work
Chris Allen (17 дней назад)
Leave hydraulics attached lift boom loader comes off and the inner bars become kickstand to hold it up for when u put it back on
merrill davidson (18 дней назад)
He should check the air filter every time you go to run the machine. Radiator should be cleaned every week.
Bullet Begone (18 дней назад)
Joseph Wyse (18 дней назад)
Thank you, Andrew for such an informative video. You have inspired me to do more work on my tractor! I really appreciate all the time these videos must take you to make. Super impressed with your ingenuity and perseverance!! Thank you again.
analiensaturnchannel (18 дней назад)
Never hammer up what you can jack back up
blues man (19 дней назад)
Really dug the part you turned into an old man... on the tractor. Pretty cool stuff kid.
Felipe Orozco (19 дней назад)
Diesel Mechanic here, preventive maintenance goes a long way, depending on the amount of hours you're putting on your equipment you should have a routine maintenance check list in your head of what needs to be done, the over heating situation could have been avoided if you clean and grease your tractor after heavily using it or at least weekly, takes a few moments to lift the skirt and take a peek under it, just my 2 cents, great videos by the way just found you and I'll be subbing.
Louis Devault (19 дней назад)
plant that field in Hay! OR alfalfa wind mill and 5 head of cattle. round rake and bailer should work from the attachments organic steers fence biggest problem wind mill will water and looks like you got a good clean watershed so drilling a shallow well pretty easy nestled in a valley so 50Feet should be deep enough run through a charcoal filter you can make your own char from wood from jobs...you can do it in a cob oven the shed easy for 5 head 1st year make hay and trade half away for next year...cattle need water year around and so the first year do hay and build second year buy calves you'll have hay and fresh grazing second year ...cattle take 1 year so last few months close the corral and pen em up tight . feed em up last few months good corn and sugar mix not much movement so they'll soften up and fatten up flavor in the fat then sell 4 butcher one . If they are high quality restaurant meat then should sell for 5 dollars per pound. Dairy farmers known to keep males or steers in barn banding type castration when still calves and feed em up all year long penned up tight so all they can do is eat and mill around feed spoils every 3 days so they mix it up twice a week. cattle that run and graze a bit healthier and no antibiotics in feed so organic but the size and marbling of the meat not as profound as a steak from upper crust place ..but should be a nice addition for the winter income. then take a year off make hay and following year start all over...Grain only at the last when you are nearing market time and cattle require more water n winter to keep warm...oats to will help make extra body heat ...at last no open field just corral and cattle shed ...
theguyttissy bob (19 дней назад)
am I did to have watch. all of it
Chase Tucker (19 дней назад)
Please power wash your equipment more often lol ha ha. Its driving me nuts
DudeDuderino Duderino (19 дней назад)
We have a thing called preventative maintenance. Replace one thing, replace the other because they would be the same age? SAVES you doing this in the future?
D Garcia (20 дней назад)
I'm hooked on this kid I've never seen anybody it work so hard he's so young he tries and he does a lot of things that most kids his age can't even dream of doing. Of course he's wasting his life there at the farm instead of going out making a career for himself these things are done at the end of your life when you retire hey kid wana trade? I got one tractor so far I'm 55 1 year away from retirement. I am amazed you do everything by the seat of your pants and you get it done! Thumbs up subscription and ringing the little bell. Keep the videos coming I'm loving it.
thomasc707 (20 дней назад)
one hour not wasted. thanks.
Aj Wyeth (20 дней назад)
You live my dream life!
Steven Grotte (20 дней назад)
58:19 A swather, as in swathing grain to harvest/combine it.
Bruce Augustine (20 дней назад)
coat those parts with Fluid Film and the next time they should work as designed.
Viking Heart (20 дней назад)
A trick my Dad uses for spray cans, put them in a bucket of hot water from a tap before using. Way better results at no cost.
Viking Heart (20 дней назад)
Hi Andrew your videos are awesome! I wonder why you always use a ratchet to loosen and tighten bolts. After breaking too many of them, I now use an 18 inch breaker bar to loosen bolts ( sometimes with a 3 foot pipe on the end:) and a large torque wrench to tighten them. Click to open expanded view CDI Torque 2503MFRPH 1/2-Inch Drive Adjustable Micrometer Torque Wrench, Torque Range 30 to 250-Inch . cheers
Andrew Camarata (20 дней назад)
I really haven't broken many ratchets. If it feels like its going to break, Ill just get a bigger one.
Mike Ellsworth (20 дней назад)
I think you have a severe issue with just ripping shit apart and breaking things with out due diligence... or just don’t know about not cranking bolts. Torque wrenches out the window with you. Girl bolts? Grindr then off. Damn that was cringe watching this. No wonder why a lot of your stuff breaks down so many times during jobs. Almost every single job there’s an issue.
Rod M (20 дней назад)
Subscribe to this channel. More entertaining and informative than anything on TV.
Allen Winget (21 день назад)
This guy is the realest.
george dolak (21 день назад)
I have the same problem. Cannot get anyone to cut my hay fields. Chenango co has to much hay. I bought a sickle bar and a hay rake and an old square baler. Sold the rake and baler. To much trouble. Kept the sickle bar just to take the hay down and maintain the fields.
David Malott (22 дня назад)
The fins on the bottom of the radiator are all mashed over , that has to be diminishing air flow through the radiator.
Airdrop 1 (22 дня назад)
The only issue I have is you might of combed the radiator fins so more air could pass thru with less restriction . Good job
James Farnham (23 дня назад)
Unhooking the loader use the hydraulics to lift off. Felt bad for you was hard to watch you struggle. Fun video to watch, lots of memories. Dogs in the vids are precious too! Thanks for sharing.
Jack Walker (23 дня назад)
Good drone work and music :)
Ken Breuer (23 дня назад)
I have nearly the identical tractor (1994 1620 HST) - how well do you like the rear turf tires and R4 front tires? I have the R1 Ag tires front and rear but considered getting a set of rear turf tires. I have a set of wheel weights that I am planning to add - have you considered this?
Andrew Camarata (23 дня назад)
The turf tires are good unless your in mud. Than they get annoying. I would rather have r4's. I have the rear tires filled with windshield washer fluid for weight.
BarnyardEngineering (23 дня назад)
Did you find an instructional video on mounting/unmounting the loader yet? There has to be an easier way that doesn't involve the mini-ex. Oh and by the way, Bush Hog makes different grades of mowers. The Squealer is a rotary mower for grass and light brush <1". If you want something that's a little more robust look at the BH20 series which is rated for 3" stuff.
ROBERT SCOTT (24 дня назад)
That was just great to watch,as are your other videos.
Bryan Kerr (24 дня назад)
Another great video. All you would need is a hay rake and some sort of bailer.
Andrew Camarata (24 дня назад)
Wouldn't I need to cut it with a sickle bar instead of a brush hog?

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