After Sitting 20 years will this Big old Wheel Loader Drive 3 miles home!?!? Pt.2

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  • Hey yall! I know there is a few rough spots in the audio! I apologize for that, not sure what went wrong but please bare with me it doesn't last long. Hope ya like it!!!

    Diesel CreekDiesel Creek7 päivää sitten
    • Ya I really like it and I like how you topped off all the fluid

      Maddie BoroskeyMaddie Boroskey17 tuntia sitten
    • yeah when you got it moving the audio started to crackle a lot every time the engine would rev.

    • Nice try mate

      Penijamini SilimaibauPenijamini Silimaibau2 päivää sitten
    • Good job my bro

      Penijamini SilimaibauPenijamini Silimaibau2 päivää sitten
    • It’s fine

      quill6211quill62113 päivää sitten
  • Type any word on your computer and it will pronunce it for you...

    Richard MartinRichard Martin3 minuuttia sitten
  • Anytime you're paying less than scrap metal prices for a running moving machine you are doing well. I'm also not a fan of scrapping a machine unless you have no other options. That machine is till small enough it can be hauled without major issues so shouldn't be an issue to sell. I was talking not to long ago to a guy who had an Fiat Allis HD-41B now on that one you're getting to the size range where moving it can be an issue. It had an engine issue that we were trying to troubleshoot. I'm hoping he finds a way to fix it as I hate seeing them scrapped as well.

    Parent of TwinsParent of Twins38 minuuttia sitten
  • Now make a bid on the white Toyota with the duct taped side window

    Erik_DKErik_DKTunti sitten
  • You can do those tires yourself. That's the same style that was on the Dynahoe I had. Mine were a bit smaller, just guessing those are 29.5-25's, but it is doable. Of course saying that I sit here with a bad back so maybe it's best to pay someone. I can tell you it was a fair bit of work and flipping those tires with the rims in them, or even without the rims, isn't easy. I hurt my back a long time before I was doing this but either way it's not an easy job.

    Parent of TwinsParent of TwinsTunti sitten
  • You have a set driving that heavy beast out in the woods. I had a Dynahoe 190-4 which is a much lighter machine with 17.5-25 tires and well after some neighbors complained to the county I tried moving it, in the spring, behind the house. Everything was going smooth and then it was buried. I couldn't get a hold of anything solid enough to pull it out with the backhoe so it sat there for like 6 weeks until it dried up enough for me to get it out. Getting it out and driving it back to good solid ground was the only time I let that Detroit 4-53 sing at full throttle.

    Parent of TwinsParent of TwinsTunti sitten
  • Over $500 for two hydro lines?! I think it’s time for you to get your own hose, fittings, and crimp machine setup.

    Drew wDrew wTunti sitten
  • I would have bought it for that price just for the engine , yup , it’s a good deal men :-) . Happy for you .

    gerard . Agerard . ATunti sitten
  • I don't miss those narrow-ass roads in Pennsyl-tucky. I lived and worked in the Bucks/Montgomery area; same-same as far as how narrow most main roads are, both in the cities and townships and especially out in the country. I've literally seen houses so close to the roads that a guy with a long arm could knock on the door and ask if they had any Grey Poupon.

    Tête DurTête Dur2 tuntia sitten
  • I'd loved to got that. its awesome

    Dale JamesDale James2 tuntia sitten
  • Wholesome

    Martin FalkMartin Falk2 tuntia sitten
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    Blaize ABlaize A3 tuntia sitten
  • I guessed 545 550

    Braiden FranklinBraiden Franklin4 tuntia sitten
  • Okay big machine pretty decent size hydraulic lines so I'm going to say between 400 to 700

    ArgofinArgofin5 tuntia sitten
  • I really enjoyed this . Applause from 🇬🇧

    Patrick WillimentPatrick Williment7 tuntia sitten
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    Carmine DonaCarmine Dona8 tuntia sitten
  • You’ve got that whole massive area yet you had to kill that tree that survived against the odds. Thumbs down for this video.

    xerxel69xerxel6910 tuntia sitten
    • Plus the whole point of removing it was to clean the place up and use the driveway

      Diesel CreekDiesel Creek7 tuntia sitten
    • @xerxel69 they don’t stay tiny....

      Diesel CreekDiesel Creek7 tuntia sitten
    • @Diesel Creek LOL! there was a huge loader there for 20 years but a tiny tree takes up too much space!?! 😂

      xerxel69xerxel697 tuntia sitten
    • You mean the tree that was growing right in the middle of their driveway??? Ya it had to go?? You gonna let one grow up through your driveway??? Get real

      Diesel CreekDiesel Creek7 tuntia sitten
  • Oh thats a good price, you would probably have to pay close to like $10.000 for a loader this size in Sweden.

    Bluezero75Bluezero7511 tuntia sitten
  • Never let your jealous girlfriend get her hands on this baby!!!

    John DunstanJohn Dunstan12 tuntia sitten
  • $543.17 is my guess

    Scoots TayScoots Tay12 tuntia sitten
  • "Buy once cry once!" Love that!

    C LoC Lo13 tuntia sitten
  • I was number 39000. Hoorah

    tommy andersontommy anderson14 tuntia sitten
  • make sure ya fix the brakes too lol whoever buys it, or you for that matter wants a running vehicle that they can stop.... nice job!!

    IAMdevilwomenIAMdevilwomen14 tuntia sitten
  • Like the vw in the back

    Roy MinielRoy Miniel14 tuntia sitten
  • I'd like to buy it seriously ship it to the bahamas

    mr hitzmr hitz14 tuntia sitten
  • I want that loader so bad!

    Raymond ChammasRaymond Chammas15 tuntia sitten
  • Wow! that's cool

    Frein HoweFrein Howe15 tuntia sitten
  • If it can't uproot the little it really a good loader?

    Early CEarly C15 tuntia sitten
    • or is it a money pit?

      Early CEarly C15 tuntia sitten
  • I'm with you all the way, l really hate to see good machines scrapped just because of it's age, lf it can still do the job then go for it.

    john gardinerjohn gardiner16 tuntia sitten
  • Valve appears to be dirty, I'll just hold it in my mouth.

    Fuel InjectionFuel Injection17 tuntia sitten
  • Rebuild or sell?

    Deflo KodingDeflo Koding17 tuntia sitten
  • it's actually 19 years+ not 20years+!

    musographymusography18 tuntia sitten
  • What year is it?

    Shannon L. FrengShannon L. Freng18 tuntia sitten
  • Its worth more than 1500 just for scrap not including the engine. Safe price for sure.

    Eric ChapmanEric Chapman18 tuntia sitten
  • I've never driven anything bigger than my car but I can feel his excitement at getting it moving - what a beast that is. Great vid

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    Jennifer WatsonJennifer Watson18 tuntia sitten
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    don weeksdon weeks19 tuntia sitten
  • When he sped up the video the loader sounded like a sports car

    Ryan MartinRyan Martin19 tuntia sitten
  • Why there is clear windows?? After 20years!

    sammyfanisammyfani21 tunti sitten
  • My guess is $560 Because I just made two lines Similar size with JIS fittings on them for a machine tool *edit: oh i was close!!! Looks like west Michigan rubber & ur vendor are right on par for price.......

    Jason AndersonJason Anderson22 tuntia sitten
  • that's awesome man! haha that was a long 3 miles though!

    Chris DishmanChris Dishman23 tuntia sitten
  • For a second I was sure I heard the "shake hands with danger" riff at the beginning of the video :D

    Деян ХаустовДеян Хаустов23 tuntia sitten
  • Post a video of the new paint job and TLC, theres currently a john deere 844 front end loader here i want to get a hold of, it starts but it doesnt run. Nice job man, motivating me to do the same thing

    Anthony BarrAnthony BarrPäivä sitten
  • Good buy cant lose

    ben gearhartben gearhartPäivä sitten
  • One man's junk is another man's treasure

    Ali OzturkAli OzturkPäivä sitten
  • Hilarious to see the mini come in there to take the little tree out. What a powerhouse u resurrected!

    dusty2206dusty2206Päivä sitten
  • Congrats on 200k man! Love the content.

    Mac PariseMac ParisePäivä sitten
  • I figured 5K but for $1500 I would have disassembled it in the yard and taken it in pieces if it didn't run.

    Power to the SheeplePower to the SheeplePäivä sitten
  • And nothing compares to the sound of an old engine starting up

    UPRailfanUPRailfanPäivä sitten
  • Nothing compares to the smell of fuel!!

    UPRailfanUPRailfanPäivä sitten
  • 1500$ wow I would have ran to that too!!!

    Stephen BrewerStephen BrewerPäivä sitten
  • Awesome video - Matt you are the real deal! Most people would have been happy just getting it running, but then they would have given up with all the other problems. You had a great balance of reality mixed with patience and determination - it was priceless seeing that thing rolling down the road to your shop! Great job and keep the videos coming!

    itsa67itsa67Päivä sitten
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    Brian SegoviaBrian SegoviaPäivä sitten
  • Didn’t guess but I was going to say 285 each on the hoses. I have to make them at my job periodically and know the stuff is pricey

    Stephen BrewerStephen BrewerPäivä sitten
  • Mean machine! Mean machine !mean machine !mean machine !mean machine 🤣

    Samuel RodriguezSamuel RodriguezPäivä sitten
  • I too love seeing old iron come alive. Great job. 👍

    Robert SchmidtRobert SchmidtPäivä sitten
  • 23:40 Omg! In my country (iraq) It will cost you about less than 50 $ Nice work my friend

    Hisham DuskiHisham DuskiPäivä sitten
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    enrique paes orozcoenrique paes orozcoPäivä sitten
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    enrique paes orozcoenrique paes orozcoPäivä sitten
  • Awesome job to the fix on your tire. Those split-ring rims can be extremely dangerous if they happen to fly off, I've seen them break legs and even worse. Good call there friend.

    Norman JonesNorman JonesPäivä sitten
  • Definitely a gem in the rough. Sure enough a keeper..

    Norman JonesNorman JonesPäivä sitten
  • 500 for thoes lines? wow, what a rip off. i said 80 bucks. lol

  • Love it!!!

    Mike RMike RPäivä sitten
  • I don't know why, but this video put a smile on my face. Especially as it started to move.

    IndepthCarDetailingIndepthCarDetailingPäivä sitten
  • Big ol dirty tonka lookin thang !!!

    Travis N.Travis N.Päivä sitten
  • bjutiful

    David KanikDavid KanikPäivä sitten
  • Watching you get out of that hole was so exciting! It's like you woke it up!

    Vibes 89Vibes 89Päivä sitten
  • You should restore it

    Ryan MohrRyan MohrPäivä sitten
  • I would have guessed you paid $5k. Very cool.

    D11RDozerD11RDozerPäivä sitten
  • Your place looks like a junk yard!! clean the shit up.

    Rob ReulerRob ReulerPäivä sitten
  • awesome job with the machine, you seem like a good down to earth dude, new sub, honestly i would like to see you keep the machine and use it

    David SteckleyDavid SteckleyPäivä sitten
  • I also only know this because I saw the landmarks in the video

    Nasty NickNasty NickPäivä sitten
  • I wonder how long before this becomes a "farm vehicle" like the quick flip crane

    daniel hosekdaniel hosekPäivä sitten
  • 1500 bucks for something that will make that back ina few weeks on a farm or a small biz......worth it.

    Douglas PriceDouglas PricePäivä sitten
  • Subbed! Great video

    Michael LawsonMichael LawsonPäivä sitten
  • Lets see something crazy. Your at 208k as I type/

    MikeZ32TTMikeZ32TTPäivä sitten
  • Nice

    MikeZ32TTMikeZ32TTPäivä sitten
  • You were talking about the high cost, wait u til you start buying tires they’ll tear a hole in your pocket

    Bill AdamsBill AdamsPäivä sitten
  • If someone comes along and is willing to go $6K as is then might as well unload it now. See what I did there ? "unload" it ? I am so witty I think I will like my own comment now too.

    Vancouver Island WaterjetVancouver Island WaterjetPäivä sitten
  • Something crazy for 200k - give the loader away for free!

    peerage1peerage1Päivä sitten
  • 1500$ no way. that's it! That's cheap as hell. My grandfather years ago woulda probably paid 5000$

    Ryan LindenRyan LindenPäivä sitten
  • You should paint it army green

    jordan smithjordan smithPäivä sitten
  • Daughter of Christine? lol

    James HookJames HookPäivä sitten
  • Looking forward for a good power washer, for that baby.

    Joevip76Joevip76Päivä sitten
  • Bargain fix it up make $ :-)

    Rab KRab KPäivä sitten
  • You need t o hook up with WHISTLIN DIESEL for some REEEAAAL FUN

    fladave99 Millsfladave99 MillsPäivä sitten
  • Just found your channel and i love it!

    Kartonnen DoosKartonnen DoosPäivä sitten
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    atom satom sPäivä sitten
  • WTF ! At 37:22 you ran a stop sign. You could have killed a bus load of kids ! Check yourself with that speedy POS..

    Steve ChamberlainSteve ChamberlainPäivä sitten
  • fyi, at about 31min when you were showing us the new trans line, there was a steady drip in the back ground

    macklandtubemacklandtubePäivä sitten
  • those damn hoses can be pricey, there was this younger kid on my job one day who hooked the lines up through the damn claw after taking off a hyd compactor. Ripped BOTH 14 foot lines right off my favorite 352f cat.. the amount of fluid that leaked out

    Lp12 NosLp12 NosPäivä sitten
  • Cool video DC.

    Karl CarnevaleKarl CarnevalePäivä sitten
  • How those 2 pipes cost that much I sell idraulic pipes in Italy and 2 like those costs like 150€ total!!!

    Stefano DellantonioStefano DellantonioPäivä sitten
  • That mans smiling on ya from down above watching his machine back to life

    Lp12 NosLp12 NosPäivä sitten
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    M Bot5M Bot5Päivä sitten
  • those tires look almost flat from the top.. either replace e'm when the time comes or get them regrooved enough to get some more grip.

    Edward SethEdward SethPäivä sitten
  • $1500? man. we would never get machinery like that here in the UK, people want stupid money for machinery that is just scrap!

    ChasinsunsetsChasinsunsetsPäivä sitten
  • 600.00 for the hoses. You told me what the price was before I could finish typing.. Money well spend.

    edmcwvedmcwvPäivä sitten
  • The leak was at the bottom but now you've driven it, the leak is at the top. Problem solved, that's why it's better.

    b00mzxb00mzxPäivä sitten
  • Looks like Clarksville, TN

    M BM BPäivä sitten