Restoration of a very rusty yard tiller. Can I rescue it to a perfect running condition . Tiller Restoration

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  • Hi everyone. Just to say I am aware of the 3hp decal being upside down. I am hoping to turn it around.

    Machinery RestorerMachinery RestorerYıl önce
    • @STONEDay when you're only dealing with 3hp, every little bit helps! 😁

      EndfloatEndfloat3 aylar önce
    • buy another one

      John CryptoJohn Crypto4 aylar önce
    • That was the first thing I saw!!! Lol

      Jason FJason F4 aylar önce
    • II you broke out the sandblaster I subscribed

      Dan LincolnDan Lincoln6 aylar önce
    • 👍

      Jake Taylor GREAT VOICEJake Taylor GREAT VOICE6 aylar önce
  • This was a bad restore. After sandblasting or even prior too, you should have used metal bushes and even files to remove all that excess gunk until it was smooth. try soaking in vinegar or even soak with vinegar and electrify it to help remove gunk, then sandblast and then file some more if necessary. this was a poor restore.

    Jason StocklerJason Stockler20 saatler önce
    • all of it should be done before using any filler.

      Jason StocklerJason Stockler20 saatler önce
  • Good job.

    Jerry GiddensJerry Giddens9 gün önce
  • I was not remotely surprised when I saw this had c. 7,000,000 views. Im not mechanically minded but was fascinated to watch this restoration. Beautifully filmed in a way that made sense at every step. All the more impressive and interesting because of the absence of a voiceover. The images and progress did not need explaining. Thank you.

    adrian maxwelladrian maxwell11 gün önce
  • Elinize sağlık. Anlatımınız ayrıntılı ve güzeldi. Bu arada çapa makinasıda güzelmiş. Selamlar :)

    Yusuf ERDOĞANYusuf ERDOĞAN14 gün önce
  • Why is there Aluminium Oxide ?

    Jogi BharatJogi Bharat16 gün önce
  • I had one of those from new in the 60's. I made the mistake of lending it out to someone who managed to run it with no oil in it. Sadly it didn't do it any good.

    ian pickersgillian pickersgill19 gün önce
  • Decal upside down

    Jim WilliamsonJim Williamson23 gün önce
  • I have never seen you check and reset the valve clearances after lapping?

    Bob EdenBob EdenAylar önce
  • My first video of your work. Going from Yuck to Wow is impressive. I have subscribed! Amazing Master Machinery Restorer you are. Peace.

    Sandra WestSandra WestAylar önce
  • Better wait _till_ the end to find out if it still works!

    JoeyLovesTrainsJoeyLovesTrains2 aylar önce
  • Excellent Work!!!!Fantastic!

    patrizio virgilipatrizio virgili2 aylar önce
  • You did a very good job to bring it back to brand new condition gave it new life but you put the three horsepower Briggs sticker upside down?

    Lorne JohnsonLorne Johnson2 aylar önce
  • Damn guy you must live in a corrosive neighborhood?????

    Lorne JohnsonLorne Johnson2 aylar önce
  • Маленький трудяга!!!!!!!!!

    Владимир БайжевВладимир Байжев2 aylar önce
  • For sale: 1980s rototiller, used as boat anchor in atlantic since new.

    RR2 aylar önce
  • Beautiful Flymo Seems to have a something against wheels🤣

    S BainsS Bains2 aylar önce
  • put the next one on side ways

    steve pricesteve price3 aylar önce
  • Hey man. This fake ass facebook page totally reuploaded your video without giving you any credit. facebook.com/FikFameicaBlue/videos/128084881825713/

    Yogesh BadgireYogesh Badgire3 aylar önce
  • What colour is kaka? 🤔🙄💩... Brown 😱😎💩

    Adrian BadeaAdrian Badea3 aylar önce
  • I really enjoy the restorations thanks for the videos

    Dan CaseDan Case3 aylar önce
  • i Hope you don't paint anything else brown in your lifetime. Hideous color! thanks for the video

    End UserEnd User3 aylar önce
  • Excellent job

    canalboatingcanalboating3 aylar önce
  • What type of paint is that, who leaves the surfaces like orange peel?

    LegionarioBascoNeroLegionarioBascoNero3 aylar önce
  • white and orange color scheme? gross

    MatrixStuffMatrixStuff3 aylar önce
  • We're did you find that on the titanic It looks like it has been in water for years

    William LeighWilliam Leigh3 aylar önce
  • My buddy had a motor similar to this one and we got to the flywheel and used it as a kick starter. It was very satisfying

    Miles AbernathyMiles Abernathy3 aylar önce
  • It makes no sense as to why people leave things laying around outside neglected and not protected from the elements. It’s said that some people have more money than brains and if that’s the case why don’t they just buy new things instead of leaving them laying around outside rusting out on their property, why not throw it out or give it away if you don’t want it? People are strange, it takes all kinds I guess :) Great job on your restorations 👍🏻 I enjoy watching them.

    FragarbaiFragarbai3 aylar önce
  • how come you didnt start out with a pressure/hot water cleaning?

    Andreas KarlssonAndreas Karlsson3 aylar önce
  • Does anyone else think he did too much brown?

    Kit FrancekKit Francek3 aylar önce
  • Built in 1980... and going by the looks of it immediately thrown in the Atlantic ocean where it sat ever since. Awesome work! I can't get enough of videos like this, there's something particularly satisfying about seeing something "irreparable" getting restored, 99.999% of everyone else would have immediately junked it as scrap metal!

    Andrew TornadoboyAndrew Tornadoboy3 aylar önce
  • My traxxas revo 3.3cc engine puts put 1.5 horsepower that shows how much we've progressed

    jakeramsay1965jakeramsay19654 aylar önce
  • Why replace a decal and not replace the bolts? Using Philips, some Allen and new hex screws would be a real peace of mind for me... Just a few bucks

    CallmeMAckCallmeMAck4 aylar önce
  • Looks like someone has used way to much seazium 1000 during storage.

    SyzygySyzygy4 aylar önce
  • Beautiful. That's true love and dedication.

    petecardosapetecardosa4 aylar önce
  • Perfeito!

    Augusto Faustino de CastroAugusto Faustino de Castro4 aylar önce
  • Am I the only one very surprised at how every nut, bolt, and screw doesn't strip out when he takes them out.

    Brayden GreeneBrayden Greene4 aylar önce
  • The Flymo label really has a late 70's early 80's look, right down to the color scheme. The orange blade guard was a great paint job. That brown paint wasn't very cooperative. Too bad you couldn't have used the same kind of paint as the orange, which went on much better. Which salt water ocean was this stored in or around?

    IncognitoTorpedoIncognitoTorpedo4 aylar önce
  • Did somebody buy this use it once and then leave it to rot? the internals of the engine are spotless !! absolutely LOVE your videos !!!

    Lawn Mowers & Things That Make NoiseLawn Mowers & Things That Make Noise4 aylar önce
  • All the time put into this for a garbage paint job?

    Matt GloverMatt Glover4 aylar önce
  • chocolate brown color?.

    Junior MuddJunior Mudd4 aylar önce
  • In every restoring video you do, i keep seeing only a lot of hand skills and passion !!! Magnificent job !!!!!

    Stefano Leonardo TranquilliStefano Leonardo Tranquilli4 aylar önce
  • how can you restoration people stand painting with a can all the time when a gun is so much easier and better to use

    allah snackbarallah snackbar4 aylar önce
  • Nice job mate, you took it from trash to treasure. Well done.

    Justin MaharJustin Mahar4 aylar önce
  • I know I’m commenting on an older video but my dude, I say this with all the love in my heart, I am never bored watching this kind of thing, I like your process and the videos, but I have discovered that watching these after I get off my night shift really helps relax me to the point that I don’t even realize my eyes have closed and it follows me into a half awake state and then I’m waking up 4-5 hours later and it’s glorious- i don’t get a full 8 but I get something and I’m not anxious. Thank you so much for sharing this.

    Ray InDaHayRay InDaHay4 aylar önce
  • Really fantastic restoration job on it you've effectively built a new machine it paid off your hard work well done and I enjoyed watching you restore it. Kind regards John

    John KinnaneJohn Kinnane4 aylar önce
  • Почему мне кажется, что состояние этого мотоблока до реставрации - это обман? Его специально чем то облили чтобы он быстро внешне испортился. Я разбирал старую технику, которой не пользовались долго, и никогда в ней так хорошо все болты и гайки не откручивались. Работа сделана хорошо, но это фейк!

    The38rusRJThe38rusRJ4 aylar önce
  • Motor has that familiar look of being submerged in flood waters.

    Earl WolfeEarl Wolfe4 aylar önce
  • Just looking at the original welding did they employ 5 year old kids back then, in fact, that's being disrespectful to 5 year old kids

    John CodlingJohn Codling4 aylar önce
  • Awesome. 👍💯

    Chad EricksonChad Erickson4 aylar önce
  • Hello, excellent restoration!! What do you use to remove the rust?

    Gustavo BustosGustavo Bustos4 aylar önce
  • This thing needs a foot to hold it in the ground. I know........the lightweight ones like this were not designed for one.

    Round RobinRound Robin4 aylar önce
  • What caused such heavy corrosion? I've never seen anything quite that bad!

    Mick RoushMick Roush4 aylar önce
  • Love to see equipment restored to useable condition.

    delane baumchendelane baumchen4 aylar önce
  • Not very patient with the application of paint eh' ?

    Stephen SStephen S4 aylar önce
  • I can smell the sheer amount of 3in1 oil used lmao

    Treyton NugentTreyton Nugent4 aylar önce
  • You could have chosen a better colour to paint it than British Leyland Brown 😊 Good video though 👍

    Dale HarperDale Harper4 aylar önce
  • Very great work. Smart.

    dwija putradwija putra4 aylar önce
  • Lol you put the engine decal on upside down 😂

    chris andruschris andrus4 aylar önce
  • *carburetor

    Ethan WrinkleEthan Wrinkle4 aylar önce
  • Idk if I’d be using 3in1 as a break in oil tbh ✌🏻

    Eli RenigarEli Renigar4 aylar önce
    • It's a lawnmower not the space shuttle

      Justin CosbyJustin Cosby4 aylar önce
  • Once I watched a video about a WW II artillery tractor pulled out from a swamp after it's been stored 70 years at its bottom. I shall say that tractor looked way better than this machine rigth after it's been raised...

    Serge KSerge K4 aylar önce
  • Scored cylinder and used rings?

    Ben JoverBen Jover4 aylar önce
  • Ficou perfeito...🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷

    Valberto DiasValberto Dias4 aylar önce
  • You do outstanding work. Enjoy war ching your videos.

    Tommy HerbertTommy Herbert4 aylar önce
  • There isnt anything you cant restore I love your videos you do awsome work

    Daniel PadgettDaniel Padgett4 aylar önce
  • I need a decal printer big time ☹️

    grass hoppersgrass hoppers4 aylar önce
  • How beautiful piece of equipment! (after restoration!)

    A WrocławA Wrocław4 aylar önce
  • You do great work 👍🏼

    MarkMark4 aylar önce
  • Another great restoration. Where to you find the parts like gaskets and seals?

    Rj LeblancRj Leblanc4 aylar önce
    • Possibly it's "new old" stock from eBay; though apparently Briggs and Stratton made HEAPS of parts, so maybr right from them, too!

      David BoucherDavid Boucher4 aylar önce