Installing a gravel pad for a camper

Doing some tree cleanup, and brining in gravel to prepare a property for a camper.
Mud flap holder: amzn.to/2ZaEB9R
Laser level: amzn.to/2N8yAYS
Equipment laser receiver: amzn.to/31Gs4fW

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  • Ever hear of chain-saw protection pants???

    Frank GerlachFrank GerlachGün önce
  • Geez man what do they get you for birthdays and Christmas?

    clayton notlandclayton notlandGün önce
  • My big brother you can use thos wood for wood stove down in the country like a cabin out there ok lol I like the machine you have made it and it came out very well as very easy tool of those machine did anybody ask for it like I say when you made those machine everybody would love it ok it is a sign of a very good business to begin with it like money is coming your way by your name ok it is a very good growth of successful of your business ok god bless you ok

    Sharon WileySharon WileyGün önce
  • what's the fabric you put down before the stone?

    sloth9669sloth9669Gün önce
    • Its this stuff: amzn.to/2M6iw84 It comes in bigger rolls depending on the size of your project.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataGün önce
  • My big brother you did a very good job as you working on your project and I know you can get pay doing those kind of work and where are you at sir it look like in another country ok

    Sharon WileySharon Wiley2 gün önce
  • Not even safety glasses with the chain saw, damn bro you’re savage

    The DutchThe Dutch2 gün önce
  • 21:55 when you get constipated, and after the plug pops out hell is unleashed from your anus

    Lemuel SealeLemuel Seale3 gün önce
  • Andrew is an artist! So very neat and precise!

    Justine-Paula RobilliardJustine-Paula Robilliard3 gün önce
  • I think a teddy bear is trying to put you in a choke hold!

    Zac FergusonZac Ferguson3 gün önce
  • I must be old,, that laser receiver is showing in digital numbers how low or high the ground is, They did not have that 20 years ago. It was either an up arrow or down only... Very cool... Now they needs a transmitter in the cab showing the same. That would really make it easy....

    robert mccullyrobert mccully4 gün önce
  • Anyone that has ever moved or dug dirt with a shovel has to love the machine videos.

    robert mccullyrobert mccully4 gün önce
  • You're like a frickin Rembrandt. .

    Show CatShow Cat4 gün önce
  • It's just like being an artist or a Sculptor you do absolutely beautiful work. The way you move those machines is a pure pleasure to watch. I really enjoy your channel. Just think they built the pyramids without lasers and they were in with a couple inches of accuracy.

    William findspenniesWilliam findspennies4 gün önce
  • I'VE ALWAYS BEEN AMAZED AT PEOPLE WITH OLD MONEY. OH AND DON'T FORGET IT'S "UPSTATE N.Y." .

    Artemus RodricqArtemus Rodricq5 gün önce
  • Which skid steer do you like the best !

    Phillip RuggeriPhillip Ruggeri5 gün önce
    • If you could only pick one machine that you could have which would be the most versitile , which would it be ,skid steer ,excavator , backhoe or dozer !

      Phillip RuggeriPhillip Ruggeri5 gün önce
    • That IHI is nice. The bobcat is ok, but I have problems with it sometimes.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 gün önce
  • Cant believe that old bird spent that kinda dough to park that ancient trailer.

    The FallThe Fall6 gün önce
  • I have a feeling Andrew is never going to be finished with this job

    Joey OliverJoey Oliver6 gün önce
  • A lot of firewood for the winter

    Olof HanssonOlof Hansson7 gün önce
  • i want to be your customer! please if you plan to move to spain let me know! @1:12:33 and the most important part, another inspection passed and approved by the great white dog authority

    BigMacheteBMBigMacheteBM8 gün önce
  • that dump trailer can hold some weight

    Dj KeithDj Keith8 gün önce
  • Idiot at 14:12 wears no protection at all while using chainsaw. He'll be a deaf amputee if he isn't careful. And his tattoos are disgusting, like all tattoos are. AC is also guilty of carelessly operating chainsaws. Hearing loss is irreversible, and it's hard to operate heavy equipment with a prosthesis.

    Autodidact2Autodidact28 gün önce
    • No one is forcing you to read my comments, but I'd certainly enjoy doing that!

      Autodidact2Autodidact26 gün önce
    • Hearing loss is probably the goal so he doesn't have to listen to crybabies like you bitching all the time

      DadgumDadgum7 gün önce
  • ANDREW NEXT TO JAMES BROWN YOU ARE THE HARDEST WORKING MAN IN SHOW BIZ LOL....

    ERIC EDMUNDERIC EDMUND9 gün önce
  • Is there any video without rain??????????

    Niko PNiko P9 gün önce
  • Was the trailer hitch a 2" or a 1 7/8" ? That was starting to look like a 2 beer job. Nice job on the interior!

    Richard HolbeckRichard Holbeck9 gün önce
    • 2"

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 gün önce
  • At 1:08ish tooooo many supervisors around the skid steer Lotta lost love on this channel and here MB is using a real test dummy just to install the gravel

    Gene MurphyGene Murphy9 gün önce
  • Is it ever NOT muddy slop where you live?

    Leslie KnightLeslie Knight9 gün önce
  • Lots of wood for cheap shop heating for this winter!

    Mr.McGooverMr.McGoover10 gün önce
  • I see you are driving the big rig so you must have sorted out the Roadranger gearbox.

    Russell ClementRussell Clement10 gün önce
  • trvision.net/detail/video-zxYAjVKifsE.html

    Otis Ostrich Farm USAOtis Ostrich Farm USA11 gün önce
  • When I was a kid, my dad used to have a water level. It was in a wood box with a blue water dyed reservoir and reel of plastic tubing. You would screw the box to a wood plank and measure up a distance to a line marked on the box, the reservoir had a matching line... then after checking the water met the line the resvoire you would take out the pencil he used as a plug in the tube and it would find level to your point. Then all the points you wanted to level would be a subtraction of the box line height... Worked good for masonry and ground leveling, Pole Barns etc. worked almost as fast. as that laser.

    Aaron KashmerAaron Kashmer11 gün önce
  • Andrew is the man. Is there anything you won't do as in work wise?

    Bent _/\/ot_ Broke83Bent _/\/ot_ Broke8312 gün önce
  • I do believe you over loaded that pickup and little Trl with them logs, I'm just wondering how you unloaded em since they was packed tight between the sidegates

    bill slaytonbill slayton12 gün önce
    • That trailer dumps.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata12 gün önce
  • Good job 👌

    James E. AtkinsJames E. Atkins13 gün önce
  • Now that is one heck of a cherry picker🌳

    Duane AyersDuane Ayers14 gün önce
  • Most Kiwi trucks have the mud flap chained from the bottom of the flap back to the end of the deck preventing the back wheel ever driving over the flap there by eliminating the event happening at all

    Jonathan PlumberJonathan Plumber15 gün önce
  • Diretamente de São Paulo - Brasil Good job Andrew!!!!!!! Congratulations.

    Francisco Jose De GrandisFrancisco Jose De Grandis15 gün önce
  • That guy dented your chrome bumper , he didn't notice how you held the crowbar , I can't work when customers try to " help "

    scandinavia Lazarusscandinavia Lazarus16 gün önce
    • Personally I find it terrifying to work with blind people! i.e People like you ;-)

      DNA ElectronicsDNA Electronics6 gün önce
  • What’s the song that at 56:23?

    Unlucky 21Unlucky 2116 gün önce
  • I'm waiting for you to buy a bucket mixer so you can mix your own cement in your skid steer and pour it out. Break down and buy one so we can watch....

    Jeff FleischmanJeff Fleischman16 gün önce
    • A place said they were sending me one a week ago, I have not seen it yet.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata16 gün önce
  • Mr. Andrew you are a blessings to your community and society. it remains me of a great saying of JFK. Ask not what your country can do for you but rather what you can do for your country. 2👍👍 up bro. Awesome work!

    KAIFAH WAQABESEKAIFAH WAQABESE17 gün önce
  • Andrew you should invest in a grass spreader instead of using ur hands would be a good investment there only 29.95

    Daniel LevesqueDaniel Levesque17 gün önce
  • Really nice way to weed around the shed❗️👍🏻

    Paul HenryPaul Henry17 gün önce
  • 1:08:55 Hear that start up late at night best be reaching to the wife's side of the bed to make sure shes still there and not out taking it for a spin ;-)

    VAC2VAC217 gün önce
  • Look at that lil B37 rip it up! (Love them machines, very reliable and easy to work on) Also out of pure curiosity and if you don't want to disclose this info I understand (competitors and such), what would something like this job run where you live? I know you deal with a lot of stone so that can mess with prices on things. I live in Cincinnati so we don't have TOO much rock to deal with. Thanks even if you cant disclose the average cost of a job like that! Love the channel!

    VAC2VAC217 gün önce
    • @Andrew Camarata hahaha no biggie man, Keep up the awesome work! Move the camera like you do while working makes life a million times harder but good god damn am I glad you do it. Shots are always incredible. As well as the work.

      VAC2VAC217 gün önce
    • Thanks. I said it somewhere in the comments. I forgot, few thousand.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata17 gün önce
  • Love your content. Keep up the awesome and HARD work. Man when i was doing excavation the laser levels where INSANE expensive! Just looked up some and man are they a lot more affordable! Great tool to have for your line of work! The pride you put into your work and equipment is just not seen anymore and if I am ever in need of your services you will be hearing from me!

    VAC2VAC217 gün önce
  • Love the videos. One suggestion, invest in a lapel mic. It will allow you to narrate the videos and keep the volume at a consistent level. You will be able to talk without so much background noise. You can still have the mic on other cameras capture back ground audio as well. Great videos.

    NoCoRideshareNoCoRideshare18 gün önce
  • Noticed at 23:45 a piece of cutting edge on cl35 is missing.

    Drew6709Drew670919 gün önce
  • This is the 1st time I saw you bring both of your white dogs to a job site. Maybe you did the same some time before but I missed it. Usually you just brought Levi.

    jkwo2007jkwo200719 gün önce
  • When loading the truck, you placed yourself between the load and the truck - a 180 degree swing. A real time waster. Try parking truck paralle and next to load next time, moving the truck forward as you lift the load in - a 45 degree swing

    Patrick GPatrick G19 gün önce
  • Andrew how does one go about hiring you for something similar to this video, I'm 2 hours north of you and there's a quarry 1 1/2 miles away?

    Michael KratkyMichael Kratky20 gün önce
    • Thats too far.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata20 gün önce
  • Man you do good work 💪👌 I seen 25 of your videos

    Tracy StolpTracy Stolp20 gün önce
  • Andrew... you been digging a lot for so many years.... how many pots of gold have you found so far ?.. don't lie please...

    My UniverzMy Univerz20 gün önce
    • @Andrew Camarata Ha ha... just kidding... thx for reply...and thanks a lot for posting those awesome videos of your work...

      My UniverzMy Univerz20 gün önce
    • Nothing. One time I was on a job where there was suppose to be gold, I was looking but never found it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata20 gün önce
  • damn.just like i watch a full movie.

    Mike AmbanMike Amban20 gün önce
  • Good job !!

    T. N.T. N.21 gün önce
  • Well done!

    Hubert NHubert N21 gün önce
  • Those quick release mud flaps will also help keep you from getting stuck all the time?

    fredy gumpfredy gump22 gün önce
  • Wheres the rest of the cuttin edge on the. Ihi skid bucket

    Sam PhillipsSam Phillips22 gün önce
  • 1:01:51 Walk Behind Compactor. Last time I saw a starter like this it was either a *Model A or Model T..* Been away from this channel around a year now. Have used similar fabric on French drains and self draining frost free yard hydrants (yard faucets) to keep drain rock working properly. We used boxcutters exclusively. Propane torch don't fit in pockets razor knife does handily.

    Howard FortyfiveHoward Fortyfive22 gün önce
  • All I can say is you my friend are No Joke. God bless you.

    Robert GonzalezRobert Gonzalez22 gün önce
  • EASY STEAL MUD FLAPS

    TheFastfreddie54TheFastfreddie5422 gün önce
  • you got a good eye. something i pride myself on as well. your living the dream brother. god bless

    Boggin DeepBoggin Deep23 gün önce
  • You just use the soundtrack of gear5 in making his onepiece theory. . . Love it!

    Running BoyetYTRunning BoyetYT23 gün önce
  • 51:28 RIP floppity thing

    Carlos MCarlos M23 gün önce
  • Awesome shirtlessness!!!! YES

    Mike NoneMike None23 gün önce
  • I see some equipment that Andrew doesn’t have... yet...

    Matthew TaylorMatthew Taylor23 gün önce
  • Hi-Lift, the official jack of making things worse before they get better.

    CLPCLP23 gün önce
    • only when you don't know how to use them

      Troy HendricksonTroy Hendrickson19 saatler önce
  • What kind of wood were those logs? lead?

    CLPCLP23 gün önce
  • 👍😎👍

    Big BillyBig Billy23 gün önce
  • Honestly...everything he does makes me cringe (as the OCD or OSHA types might understand). Yet, I watch because he is the Rednecking Jimmy Rigging god that I wish was my neighbor and worked for beer.

    John_Clarke_2John_Clarke_224 gün önce
  • Another great job, Andrew! Those Mud Flap Holders are an awesome invention! I don't see you (or anyone) losing a mud flap with that spring (assuming stainless) steel, just driving on the road. It sure will save your flaps, though, as you demonstrated! The property looks great. When the grass comes in, even better. Jill has a good eye. I am sure it came out just like she wanted.

    jlucasoundjlucasound24 gün önce
Installing a gravel pad for a camper