The Worst Excavator Recovery Of My Career

Publicerades den 17 jan 2021
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  • I would love to see the look on the other operators face when the rental guy showed up

  • 6:18 - Put them on the "Do not rent" list 😆 Wow! These guys are good. Precision work.

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  • Why did i just watch 40 minutes of work?

  • Mad skills, for sure i just watched 30 tonne excavator ballet 👍

  • Not too shoddy for his second day driving a JCB. You spend the majority of your working life on a machine, it becomes an extension of yourself. Edit: those mats don't look cheap, and they don't look like they last long either

  • Now that's a great video right there! Thank you

  • Dewater.

  • Seen a jd 992 like that, not fun

  • Incredible recovery, great work bro. Dig on!!

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  • This guy is great. I bet he's a good man too.

  • 35:35 BROTHER, HELP ME

  • Man I miss operating.

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  • Very impressed by your skills!

  • Wow man! You are one skilled operator! *bows*

  • Great job. Tough the opposite bank looked like a easier option.

  • You are a true pro! That was so impressive!

  • there is one operator that is useless in ths video

  • very nice logical preparation approach to the recovery, no risk taken, only thing i would have added is a drain pump to drain the excess water in case it spilled back

  • Skill level 11/10 😮

  • @37:50 2 cats holding hands

  • No hard hats? Eye protection? Hands in pockets while standing on loose ground? Safety first and always!

  • That was pretty cool! 😎

  • Beautiful ! Leonardo all you need is a ceiling !!

  • An hour and a half ? Holy shit ya they better be happy I know most people woulda turned that into a 2 day job haha

  • The kid you made fun of in school for playing with tractor toys now makes more money than you doing fun shit like this I’m jealous I’d love to have a job like this tbh

  • You are amazing!

  • HOW MUCH for The Recov?

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  • Leave that hole there? Bitch.. I aint here to fill no holes.

  • I think I just found my next job

  • Wow, as satisfying as John Wayne in the Red Adair movie!!!! Well done, sir.

  • I can smell that mud from here.

  • This guy should be the teplet for the Video game...Mighty Excavators.... 😆 Lol....

  • I always wonder what they do with the fish, turtles, etc when they drain these ponds. They recently did one in my neighborhood and I know it was stocked.

  • A make fun of people that watch reality TV yet here I am happily watching a guy operate an excavator for 40 minutes.

  • Biggest recovery paycheck.

  • Every time he “dumped” his bucket of that sloppy mud, it sounded like King Kong takin a dump....literally 👌🏻

  • как он туда попал?

  • the excavator had the power to excavate anything, but in the end it could excavate itself

  • Something like this only happens during mating season.

  • Hey kids, think about what you're watching. This took years and experience to learn. There will never be an app on your phone to take care of problems like this and I really can't imagine there being a way to dredge lakes and ponds other than with these machines. Same goes for building roads, bridges, buildings etc. Respect these people and realize we need them in this wold every day. The credit they get is mostly passed around amongst themselves as people that understand the work and how hard it is. Nobody blabbers on about what heroes they are, but they show up every day in the cold, in the rain, when their dog dies, when they don't feel good. Respect them and consider joining them. You won't get rich, but you'll learn to respect yourself. You'll meet people you can actually count on and offer some real respect to.

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  • Is there a video of how it got so deep

  • One hell of a good operator right there, smooth as silk!

  • I know I am dating myself but whatever happened to drag-line excavators? I have seen them used to excavate ponds and along rivers before and it would seem advantageous to have something that can sit on the bank and reach out over the mud and lift it out and into a truck without the machine itself ever getting into pond until the mud is removed and only to get the mud that is out of its initial reach.

  • This operator knows his stuff!

  • Trust me that ain’t nothing.

  • I always enjoy watching a highly talented heavy equipment operator perform. His mind is always 2 steps ahead of what his equipment is doing. Focused, planned, smooth. Not missing a beat. Flawless.,.,.,.,.

  • I don't want to know how much this recovery costs.....

  • This is like me on a forklift compared to some of my coworkers. Lol

  • The operator must have been on meth

  • Over 7.9 million people watched through a screen instead of standing around with those other guys. 🤣

  • at one with the univerus and escavator

  • crazy

  • This guy has mad skills!

  • Yea I’m really impressed with the skill of this guy. Unbelievable smoothness. Good job

  • Wouldn't it be something if his excavator got immersed as well 😂, you'd have a whole field of excavators trying to dig eachother out

  • I can't even imagine the cost of this recovery. Next time hire a professional the first time

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  • I know where a nice D8 got left behind after a week of failed recovery. Now surrounded by million$ homes. Who builds a development on a marsh too wet to walk on.

  • Machines are awesome!

  • I tell people that all the time, they look at me like im crazy!

  • Job well done ✅

  • This is VERY satisfying to watch

  • Ur a certified bad ass!

  • If I hadn't been an Electrical Engineer THIS is what I would rather have done for a living. GREAT JOB!

  • I'm wondering what the recovery cost was?

  • Makes it look effortless! So smooth and controlled. 💪🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  • What was the cost to the owner for the recovery?

  • Couldn't stop watching... well done.

  • I could watch this all day

  • Very impressive skills.

  • Expert level and only his 2nd day.

  • Why don't you take the job over and dig the pond

  • Silt is like a river under ground

  • It would think they would have had enough brains to pump the standing water away

  • So I guessing that the original people responsible got into a big hurry and didn’t let it dry out. and it just sank in the muck and mud.

  • The rental company usually goes to a job and look at the job before they will let you take the machine

  • I've laid out Matt's on three different jobs anytime the electric company's got to get to the high-tension wires you got to lay mats out

  • The machines are a lot more fluid now too, which makes it so much easier. The controls on the newer machines is incredible . I only have a bobcat , but I can imagine it being the same , the longer you’re in it , it just feels like you’re moving your arms. It becomes very natural .

  • Your skills are amazing. Always appreciate watching a great operator. You truly are one with your machine.

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  • “Take all day to get it checked over and started”, “I get paid by the hour”. There is a lot of standing around watching and not much doing.

  • 7.8 million views of two guys playing in the dirt. Yep. Good times ha ha

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  • What a non operatin Mfer, I’d fire him on the spot taking equipment in that . Kudos for getting him out

  • What you are seeing is Poetry in Motion.

  • Awesome. Great job

  • Just curious, what would a ballpark total cost for an extraction like this be?

  • What city is this in ?

  • Move mats, dig, dig, dig, dig, dig, dig, move mats, dig, dig, dig, move mats, dig, dig. Skip to 35:28 if you want to see the removal. Thank me later.

  • Ads sure screwed up the last 5 minutes!!!!!

  • Watching him casually push the water back was so satisfying. Opening up the little back flow area at 8:50... he has done this before lol

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