Pushing a tree down with a Telehandler

Using a Telescopic handler fork lift to push a tree down that was leaning over a shed.

Unlisted video where everyone voted to take down tree: usgone.info/award/video/e9Whr3_Kt2nTstE
Unlisted video doing a bucket truck job, and walking around with dogs: usgone.info/award/video/qJFooH-qm6rQ1tE

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  1. Javier Guzman loera

    Javier Guzman loera

    14 days ago

    Entiendes el español

  2. God Supports Abortion. Numbers 5:11-31

    God Supports Abortion. Numbers 5:11-31

    21 day ago

    That cross section looks exactly like how our old mountain ash tree did when it had to come down last year. It got damaged by an ice storm in 1996, and the core of it was just rotten and felt like wet cardboard. There was a 16 inch wide single mushroom growing out of the trunk

  3. John Ridenour

    John Ridenour

    22 days ago

    Probably would have been good to strap any tree you're going to push like that, to mitigate the damage and danger of a bad barberchair.

  4. SE Morrison

    SE Morrison

    Month ago

    On today's episode of Captain Danger...

  5. Pablo Schneider

    Pablo Schneider

    Month ago

    After working all day, I come here to watch Andrew work. Perfect wat to relax

  6. Robert Densmore

    Robert Densmore

    Month ago

    Make nice bords

  7. Sergio Ekuni

    Sergio Ekuni

    Month ago

    eevrtyy

  8. Lord Edward

    Lord Edward

    2 months ago

    You need a really good wood-chipper.

  9. disastre

    disastre

    2 months ago

    16:05 “welp.. looks good to me.”

  10. joseph rose

    joseph rose

    2 months ago

    Would have maybe bin a plunge cut candidate.

  11. eirekp

    eirekp

    3 months ago

    What is it with American telehandlers, they seem to have to most awkward design possible, like an early 1980 JCB loadall😂

    • eirekp

      eirekp

      3 months ago

      @Andrew Camarata nothing wrong with the machine or what it does more so the design. Mainly the lack of visibility to the rear right, it in this case poor visibility to the right hand side at all. In comparison to this for example of many others such as Manitou, Merlo, komatsu site models with jack legs and high lift but also with decent visibility usgone.info/award/video/idieeWnUy2utyMk

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      3 months ago

      What is different about it? That is a very useful machine.

  12. Gene

    Gene

    3 months ago

    It's a good thing you work alone for the most part...

  13. Lukus Carter

    Lukus Carter

    3 months ago

    Smart Move Mr. Andrew, cutting down that tree. I’m sure that saved you thousands of dollars in the future.

  14. Kevin M

    Kevin M

    3 months ago

    so many bad ideas packed into 1 job

  15. Life with Lilah Marie

    Life with Lilah Marie

    3 months ago

    Like aaa glove haha

  16. Tommy Ess

    Tommy Ess

    3 months ago

    So viel Werbung? Schade man.. Weisst du noch als ich dich vor kurzem nach einem 400k Abonnenten spezial gefragt habe? Damn jetzt hast du bald die Million... Sehr tolle Sache und Glückwunsch Aber mach mal bitte nicht zu viel Werbung buddy

  17. Reubenb 1027

    Reubenb 1027

    3 months ago

    Clicked on the video to see the telehandler. Got to also see the skid steer and dozer. Great video.

  18. Thomas Yerbey

    Thomas Yerbey

    3 months ago

    Great video 🇺🇲

  19. Man Craft

    Man Craft

    3 months ago

    Do you own or rent that telehandler? I'm looking at buying a JLG next week. I've talked to shops about maintenance, wondering if you've had to pay for any major repairs.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      3 months ago

      I own it. I did a bunch of stuff to it when I got it. There is a nice video covering that on here. Its worth owning though, I've been using that a ton.

  20. Skid Steers Direct

    Skid Steers Direct

    3 months ago

    The sound of that tree falling was a music to my ear. Glad it didn't fall on your sheds! 👌🏻

  21. Giblet535

    Giblet535

    3 months ago

    Hey, I made a DIY deadfall too! Chipmunk City.

  22. 2K

    2K

    3 months ago

    Turns out that tree would have stood for another 100 years

  23. Jorge Nieves

    Jorge Nieves

    3 months ago

    Cool bumper, what yaar xterra did you own?

    • Jorge Nieves

      Jorge Nieves

      3 months ago

      I have a 2009, bumper looks well made did you ever install it. I think I might have drove my wife crazy as we were comming into Niagra. I saw the mountains it reminded me of your landscape near your home. Have a good one.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      3 months ago

      2000

  24. otoship trucking

    otoship trucking

    3 months ago

    👍👍👏

  25. WAPXAH

    WAPXAH

    3 months ago

    I Do Not Know English Word (check it up for a russian one) (ARBORISTIKA) (АРБОРИСТИКА) (I do not want see you in the jail)

  26. WAPXAH

    WAPXAH

    3 months ago

    You just didn't broke the roof yet

  27. WAPXAH

    WAPXAH

    3 months ago

    YOU DO IT WRONG WAY

  28. J. Michael Antoniewicz II

    J. Michael Antoniewicz II

    3 months ago

    Get the trunk turned into some Hickory boards for building interior or furniture trim highlights and most of the rest turned into Hickory Chips for Grilling and Barbequing over the next few years. ;)

  29. Hauke Petersson

    Hauke Petersson

    3 months ago

    First time I have to say this when watching your videos but this was such a dangerous and bad job.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      3 months ago

      This was very safe.

  30. lonzo0199

    lonzo0199

    3 months ago

    Isn't the intro in the OG mx vs atv

  31. Terry & Yitong

    Terry & Yitong

    3 months ago

    You gotta know the limitations of your equipment.

  32. King Black

    King Black

    3 months ago

    Andrew, KUBOTA has a PALADIN MM60 SERIES 2 , ITS A MULCHER AND TREE STUMP GRAINGER , WORKS ON skid steer, please check it out, i know that you like KUBOTA and this will make your tree stump jobs much easier. I been a subscriber for years know and a love your videos , their very inspiring and motivational. How you can do all of those jobs all by yourself, and by helping family, friends and neighbors, then you can fix all of your own machinery yourself, Built pretty much 95% of your own home yourself. And 100% of your business yourself, loves your family, and loves your dogs 🐕 as family. And have fun in life. Now this is what you call the American dream. 😊

  33. Craig Sowers

    Craig Sowers

    3 months ago

    "You're killin' me Smalls !!!" You with no "Smoker" and me in the French Riviera without any Hickory Chips !!! ;) JK ... great videos ~ binge watched all most all of them ... hellava channel so keep'em comin' !!!

  34. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers

    3 months ago

    Love to still Levi

  35. Cherie Boe

    Cherie Boe

    3 months ago

    ANDREW CKECK RIPPLE XRP IT GOING TO BE BIG

  36. Nate The Great

    Nate The Great

    3 months ago

    Water: Exists Cody: Welp, guess you know where to find me.

  37. Emilio Gonzalez Pastoriza

    Emilio Gonzalez Pastoriza

    3 months ago

    SALUDOS DESDE VIGO GALICIA ESPAÑA 🇪🇸 ÉXITOS 🙏💯🎧🌍

  38. Old Time Farm Boy

    Old Time Farm Boy

    3 months ago

    www.tank-depot.com/browse.aspx?id=1798 This would have required the help of someone, but, if you got an old forkliftable chemical shuttle and removed the tank and then tied it securely to the telehandler, you could have gotten up far enough to cut off the tree limbs and then cut a good portion of the tree top off then cut the rest of the tree down.

  39. Syzygy

    Syzygy

    3 months ago

    Nice drop. Could do it any better than that.

  40. china22s

    china22s

    3 months ago

    Thank god, it´s spring again!

  41. The Vineyard Farmhouse

    The Vineyard Farmhouse

    3 months ago

    I have watched most of your videos. You have inspired me to start my own channel. It’s been slow moving but I am enjoying the journey. Thank you very much.

  42. Sonny Morrison

    Sonny Morrison

    3 months ago

    I been watching you for years I have watched all for videos I think some more than onces and you still amazing to me as to what you can do thanks for making them

  43. Wade Robinson

    Wade Robinson

    4 months ago

    We need more videos man 👨

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Thanks, you too, I should have another real video out in a day or so, working on the 955 crawler loader

    • Wade Robinson

      Wade Robinson

      4 months ago

      No I wasn't aware of it did not come across my feed I will check it out right away thanks Andrew stay safe and happy Easter.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      They are ready when they are ready, have you found the unlisted B playlist yet?

  44. Bowdoin

    Bowdoin

    4 months ago

    Great Video as usual

  45. daniel richards

    daniel richards

    4 months ago

    Living in Australia I find it amazing how you stick your hands anywhere without any protection! You never heard of Red backs or Funnel webs? Great channel.

  46. K. Compton

    K. Compton

    4 months ago

    Never a dull moment when cutting trees

  47. vincent mounsey

    vincent mounsey

    4 months ago

    Name of the song in the intro pl

  48. D Steven Paisley

    D Steven Paisley

    4 months ago

    Ya babel chaired it.I did that cutting a huge Ash .Split up about 10 feet and fell out in to the field .Scared the shit out of me .then I had to deal with a tree broke off 10 feet up! Just started at small end and worked my way back ! Never for get that

  49. Brukarz

    Brukarz

    4 months ago

    Greetings from Poland Andrew 👌

  50. Patrick LeGare

    Patrick LeGare

    4 months ago

    Hey Andrew, heading up to Saugerties light house tomorrow around 10,10:30, mabey I will get lucky and run in to u

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Maybe, I don’t know what I’m doing tomorrow

  51. Davide Finland

    Davide Finland

    4 months ago

    Glad to hear that you made it safely back from SUEZ...

  52. Brian Wood

    Brian Wood

    4 months ago

    Hi Andrew just want to give some info on some dump trucks for sale in glenmont ny if you would like me send some pics I could do that. Thanks for the videos you put and make it entertaining!!

  53. Jaco Van Zyl

    Jaco Van Zyl

    4 months ago

    Check out the song "not ok" from the band Crimen injuria.

  54. Ken Milhinch

    Ken Milhinch

    4 months ago

    And Comedy Capers continues. I fear a sad end to all of this one day though. Darwinism does not go away.

  55. Dalton

    Dalton

    4 months ago

    It's so hard to watch a dog you raised from a pup grow old.

  56. Cool kid 24

    Cool kid 24

    4 months ago

    What I really want to see here’s a video of you taking an old tractor that does not work. And making it work and paint it.

  57. Mountain Sledder

    Mountain Sledder

    4 months ago

    What kind of cameras do you use to record?

  58. John Dobson

    John Dobson

    4 months ago

    Well obviously I never doubted you for a second 🥺🤐😬

  59. Liberty Patriot

    Liberty Patriot

    4 months ago

    A bit tricky to get it to fall, but no damage to the shed and nice dry and sunny working weather good Job Andrew and this will be another great and productive year, stay safe!

  60. Justin Fufun

    Justin Fufun

    4 months ago

    Hi Andrew, I have a small job for you in the Suez Canal. Probably need one of your larger excavators and a few big air bags. Take you all day so bring lunch and one helper.

  61. Klaus Laus

    Klaus Laus

    4 months ago

    Hallo @Andrew. Deine Videos berühren mich sehr, weil sie Authentisch sind. Am meisten berühren mich deine Hunde, die in völliger Freiheit leben können, und sie immer dabei sind, ja sogar der Geburtstag wird mit den Hunden gefeiert, dass ist Wunderbar. Deine Sorglosen Arbeiten sind gut, die Gegend in der Du lebst phantastisch. Ja und die Art wie Du Dinge Reparierst ist echt der Hammer, aber es funktioniert. Alles gute weiterhin. Translate to Englisch: Hi @Andrew. Your videos touch me very much because they are authentic. Most of all I am touched by your dogs, who can live in complete freedom, and they are always there, even the birthday is celebrated with the dogs, that is wonderful. Your carefree works are good, the area where you live is fantastic. Yes and the way you repair things is really the hammer, but it works. All the best furthermore. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

  62. michael kerr

    michael kerr

    4 months ago

    Most people make videos on how to do things Andrew makes videos on how not to do things

  63. Matt Hess

    Matt Hess

    4 months ago

    @Andrewcamarata the world needs your help getting the cargo ship unstuck from the Suez Canal.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Ram it with another ship.

  64. ben ross

    ben ross

    4 months ago

    Andrew whens the digger operating/fixing coming back?

  65. Klancy Jones

    Klancy Jones

    4 months ago

    This could have been very ugly. Luckily he didn't get hurt.

  66. Ryteu Lopki

    Ryteu Lopki

    4 months ago

    Andrew are you going to Suez to give them a hand?

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Ships get to take the scenic route for a bit.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Lol, looks like that old Komatsu has it.

  67. Nathan Bishop Rebuild Anything

    Nathan Bishop Rebuild Anything

    4 months ago

    They call me Camarata Jr

  68. breakaleg FPV

    breakaleg FPV

    4 months ago

    Andrew Camarata uploads a video. I grab A note pad.

  69. Gaetan Camalo

    Gaetan Camalo

    4 months ago

    Super génial merci 🇫🇷

  70. charlie oscar

    charlie oscar

    4 months ago

    I want to see you use the new shredder on the stump

  71. Scott

    Scott

    4 months ago

    CDC "Over this 10-year period, an estimated 1,492 of these deaths occurred in the logging industry, where the average annual fatality rate is more than 23 times that for all U.S. workers (164 deaths per 100,000 workers compared with 7 per 100,000)." Just saying.

  72. Kurt Ballard

    Kurt Ballard

    4 months ago

    My God Camarata you're getting more and more reckless with each video. Don't die trying to get views son.. You're so damned lucky that tree didn't blow up on ya, you should have just pushed it over, let it bounce off that pine..

  73. jule doren

    jule doren

    4 months ago

    Sick tune in the beginning

  74. machaf

    machaf

    4 months ago

    Poor Levi. His hips are giving out. Had same thing happen to my old Lab. I miss him.

  75. Collin Young

    Collin Young

    4 months ago

    Are you out of ny? I’m upstate

  76. Rosco and Boss Hogg

    Rosco and Boss Hogg

    4 months ago

    SIR PLEASE! We need Andrew to move the Ever Given out of the Suez Canal!

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      That old Komatsu is working at it.

  77. Marc Thomas

    Marc Thomas

    4 months ago

    Nothing like a good piece of hickory...

  78. Mitchell Bliss

    Mitchell Bliss

    4 months ago

    It's sad cause that tree is probably only dying because of the placement of that shed.. It must block bottom part of the tree from getting enough direct sunlight, making it way to wet and moist / damp creating it too rot instead of dry and absorb the moisture the tree has.. Whatever though it's just a single tree I guess..

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      I don't think the shed caused that. They weren't there that long.

  79. Tom Lester

    Tom Lester

    4 months ago

    I had a feeling that wasn't going to be so easy when I heard those hydraulics maxing out and Andrew saying,'That's not what I want, right there!" !! I knew he could get it done...it just wasn't gonna go without a fight! That being said Andrew, do you sharpen your chainsaws by hand and eye or with a power sharpener or take it to someone? I was watching those nice big chips coming out and thought what an EXCELLENT sharpening job! Great video as usual, keep them comin'!!

  80. pumpnprop

    pumpnprop

    4 months ago

    I need to start a channel. Im a builder and have all that equipment also. I just don't have the cameras. But good job.

    • B Harmon

      B Harmon

      4 months ago

      @pumpnprop Good for you.

    • pumpnprop

      pumpnprop

      4 months ago

      Im also an ase certified collision tec. So i know how to weld also

  81. Gus M

    Gus M

    4 months ago

    Here comes a barber chair ! ⚠️

  82. Sawtown Supervisor

    Sawtown Supervisor

    4 months ago

    Went about how I imagined it would when I first saw the video title.

  83. Elizabeth Scott

    Elizabeth Scott

    4 months ago

    AC-i think they need your help with the Evergreen cargo ship in the Suez!

  84. Curt Chase

    Curt Chase

    4 months ago

    I don't know if was already mentioned in one of the 1200+ comments, but your video work/editing was fantastic! All the shots, angles, even drone! Wow. Like a commercial production IMO. I wish my drone had a lil mic in it just to playback the prop whir sounds! You have 2x more equipment then out industrial rental center! Dayum!

  85. M. Cooper

    M. Cooper

    4 months ago

    As much as I love Andrew's videos, I learn much more by reading the comments about how the job SHOULD be handled. And reminds me: There are bold loggers and old loggers, but no bold old loggers.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      I did it fine.

  86. OldCountryman

    OldCountryman

    4 months ago

    It’s too bad some idiot put two buildings on that tree’s root zone and killed it. You shouldn’t be allowed to own a chainsaw brother. You’re going to kill yourself someday hacking away at trees like that.

  87. MJ1834

    MJ1834

    4 months ago

    For numbers sake. Can I get a like for the people that are here to see this guy fail, and a dislike from the idiots that think Andrew is good at what he is doing. I realize we are all giving him views and contributing to his eventual demise if he keeps it up, but some clarity as to who is culpable, and who are dumb innocent bystanders would be nice.

    • Andrew Camarata

      Andrew Camarata

      4 months ago

      Everything here is safe. Clearly you don't know what you're doing. You're probably unsafe to yourself and everyone around you.

  88. RAH Capital

    RAH Capital

    4 months ago

    glad to see you're wearing a hardhat. I will forgive the method and chainsaw safety violations

  89. Pine Fresh Flash

    Pine Fresh Flash

    4 months ago

    Should have dog toothed it..

  90. Joseph Bell

    Joseph Bell

    4 months ago

    Another youtuber , Red Poppy Ranch, is having some problems with his skid steer. Being as you have several and you repair and maintain them, would you please reach out to him an see if you can help ? 😁

  91. robert mcgruger

    robert mcgruger

    4 months ago

    A new set of tires for that telehandler would be a good investment to avoid getting stuck. A lot more logical than some of the 'toys' and attachments you've been acquiring.

  92. jacksobe

    jacksobe

    4 months ago

    What is the intro music? Is that you on guitar?

  93. bruce

    bruce

    4 months ago

    Making work look fun!

  94. Andrew Thornbury

    Andrew Thornbury

    4 months ago

    I wonder when a big chipper will get added to the fleet

  95. Cathy Amenta

    Cathy Amenta

    4 months ago

    Levi! 💖

  96. longnamenocansayy

    longnamenocansayy

    4 months ago

    that cracking popping sound was so gratifying. well worth the watch.

  97. udavidism

    udavidism

    4 months ago

    Remember how a long pry bar gives you leverage? That concept works against you with an extended telehandler. When you extend the forks on a telehandler it takes very little pressure or weight to throw you in the wrong direction, including turning over your machine. Be careful!

  98. Bubs the Cat

    Bubs the Cat

    4 months ago

    perfect candidate for a barber chair.

  99. Bubs the Cat

    Bubs the Cat

    4 months ago

    i love watching him solve problems but..........bucket truck!

  100. Patrick Colahan

    Patrick Colahan

    4 months ago

    Andrew, did you move all your equipment from your castle worksite?

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