Skid Steer Maintenance

12 jan 2021
114 403 visningar

Cleaning the inside of the Kubota SSV 75 and changing a filter.

  • Nice when maintenance is made easy.

    greg gardnergreg gardnerDag sedan
  • No oil change? Oil filter looked like the original painted one that comes on the machine new. I might just be missing something If so forgive me. Or maybe change intervals are longer now I change oil and hydro filters on my deere equipment every 100 to 125 hours depending on the work load. Thanks for making these and thanks for the milk I drink a lot of it!!

    RGJ58RGJ583 dagar sedan
  • Me: how is he gonna clean that ? All that electronic stuff is probably sensible and fragile... Him: sprays EVERYTHING down with water Me: guess it's not then !

    Noémie ROLLINDE de BEAUMONTNoémie ROLLINDE de BEAUMONT3 dagar sedan
  • Almost 300K subscribers mate, well done, kept up the good content....watching from Perth, Western Australia 👍👍👍👍👍👍🇦🇺🇦🇺

    Clinton BillClinton Bill8 dagar sedan
  • Whyd you guys opt for foot and hand controls over the pilot controls? I have two Kubota skid steers I like them very much

    Gafarmer7410Gafarmer74108 dagar sedan
  • hi 10th Generation Dairyman you are my Favourite youtuber i milk in dewberry Alberta Canada and i also raise cows for beef it is a family tradition we have over 250 milk cows and 150 beef cows could i get a shoutout next video

    jacob braithwaitejacob braithwaite9 dagar sedan
  • Katie Price

    Sharon DaleySharon Daley10 dagar sedan
  • I have completed 165 videos while you uploaded 4 videos

    306 Varshith reddy306 Varshith reddy10 dagar sedan
  • I wonder if Kubota will use this video to void your warranty. It sounds like something John Deer would do.

    P. EnisenviP. Enisenvi10 dagar sedan
  • Looks like your weather is pretty nice, we are going on our 3 or 4th blizzard warning this winter in Nw Iowa and are supposed to get another 5 to 7 inches. Thought maybe you were going to pull a few out of the bottom of the skid loader

    Robert HakemanRobert Hakeman10 dagar sedan
  • Those are handy cleanouts.

    Brian BarnesBrian Barnes10 dagar sedan
  • Great videos but as a Kubota mechanic, you should contact your dealer or read the service intervals in your manual in more detail, it seems you have missed a few things that should have been changed after the first 50 hours

    Brandt HardmanBrandt Hardman10 dagar sedan
  • I think you should sell 10th generation dairyman hats

    Hunter ChambersHunter Chambers10 dagar sedan
  • But does he reply tho? 😳

    VorticoseComb1VorticoseComb110 dagar sedan
  • This is why your equipment lasts... Good work

    Dene B.Dene B.10 dagar sedan
  • Hey I love your videos dude keep up the work and I appreciate what you do f the world. Also what part of pa are you from

    Luke UppyLuke Uppy10 dagar sedan
  • Can you film something about commands on the skid, John Deere and New holland?

    Душан РадивојевићДушан Радивојевић10 dagar sedan
  • Make a pit

    im backim back11 dagar sedan
  • Kubota is pretty easy to clean.

    John BollerJohn Boller11 dagar sedan
  • love your vids man keep working toward 10,00000

    C.savvYPN VEVOC.savvYPN VEVO11 dagar sedan
  • I'm a farmer in Indiana pa where are you at

    Noah KirklandNoah Kirkland11 dagar sedan
  • A little maintenance goes a long way.

    flvinceflvince11 dagar sedan
  • Love you stuff

    Kuhelmi GamingKuhelmi Gaming11 dagar sedan
  • Shoot some hoop

    RC_ Master *RC_ Master *11 dagar sedan
  • Eric thanks for watching this comment

    c hc h11 dagar sedan
  • Easy to clean yes it is and Eric I agree by watching you just in awe to how easy it looked to wash out with a hose.

    Roger WilsonRoger Wilson11 dagar sedan
  • Where did you get you skid steer from

    Casey HissongCasey Hissong11 dagar sedan
  • I use a leaf blower to get most of the stuff out so I do not have to use so much water that worries me around the electric. Its also great for in between regular maintenance. Saves a bunch of time.

    Ineluctable SmithIneluctable Smith11 dagar sedan
  • Our ssv75 has 7k hours on it and scrapes a free stall barn every day, hasn’t skipped a beat yet. Very reliable machine.

    Thomas FletcherThomas Fletcher11 dagar sedan
  • Intelligent, motivated, handy, and real easy on the eyes! 😍 Your wife is one lucky lady!

    Katie NybergKatie Nyberg11 dagar sedan
  • Did you buy the Kubota skid steer?

    Tonya Vander LaanTonya Vander Laan11 dagar sedan
  • Are you gonna bring back your soda moments i really miss them

    Damijan KirbišDamijan Kirbiš11 dagar sedan
  • Awesome Video and Much Love as Always 🐄 Man!!!

    Marshall WeberMarshall Weber11 dagar sedan
  • That is one well-designed machine.

    Joe TaireiJoe Tairei11 dagar sedan
  • Great vid Eric!!!

    Zeph LajoieZeph Lajoie11 dagar sedan
  • Loved the video 📹. Eagerly waiting to see Mountain Dew or Chocolate Milk Hunt in upcoming videos 😃

    Musicians ParadiseMusicians Paradise11 dagar sedan
  • Why does he sound like Morty!!!!

    ChildishTVChildishTV11 dagar sedan
  • Love the video keep up the great work

    kyle bentumkyle bentum11 dagar sedan
  • We bed our barn with sand, so the but pan of the skid steer we use to scrape and bed our barn fills with sand very quickly. We’ve given up on periodically cleaning it because it all just comes back

    Cameron VelthuisCameron Velthuis11 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for showing us how to clean your equipment, have you picked a name yet for your office.

    daniel gilbertdaniel gilbert12 dagar sedan
  • Nothing like hot water to clean up with

    Gerald RothGerald Roth12 dagar sedan
  • we have ramps to drive loader on for more room under it..

    R. HazelwoodR. Hazelwood12 dagar sedan
  • Make sure you wmclean the air filter all with all that hay that you chop

    Ross HolmesRoss Holmes12 dagar sedan
  • Cool vid. Use the blower to dry the engine and wire connections before starting.

    Bill HookerBill Hooker12 dagar sedan
  • I am Indian

    Rahul VermaRahul Verma12 dagar sedan
  • When are you doing the bale off challenge

    Farming manFarming man12 dagar sedan
  • Nice to see you working all the time on farm

    mehran khanmehran khan12 dagar sedan
  • Hola. Saludos 🇨🇷🇨🇷, me gustan mucho tus videos, se ve que trabajan duro dia y noche. Felicidades, se ve que eres un hombre muy trabajador

    Heidy Ruiz OrozcoHeidy Ruiz Orozco12 dagar sedan
  • I got your merch i recommend people get it its the best.

    Tanner ReffnerTanner Reffner12 dagar sedan
  • Cool

    German madeGerman made12 dagar sedan
  • Hi your worker not wonar

    Jeba AugustinJeba Augustin12 dagar sedan
  • And no electronics were harmed with all that water o.o

    Naw NawNaw Naw12 dagar sedan
  • I bet those cab air filters are a life saver! Imagine all the dust you blew out going in your lungs! 😷😱

    Tricia AbramsTricia Abrams12 dagar sedan
  • Do you have a instagram acount ?

    Henri CastermanHenri Casterman12 dagar sedan
  • I have a question for you: what type of drone do you have?

    Worrels JappieWorrels Jappie12 dagar sedan
  • How about doing a video on what you do on your day off?

    QueenBQueenB12 dagar sedan
  • Was expecting a Mountain dew in one of them spaces.

    cosmosvisioncosmosvision12 dagar sedan
  • 👌👌 video as always. love to watch🔥

    sydney takensydney taken12 dagar sedan
  • Air ....

    Jorge M RiveraJorge M Rivera12 dagar sedan
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    طير الحرطير الحر12 dagar sedan
  • I’m not a farmer but I enjoy your videos. Thanks for farming and allowing us to to eat!

    Kamikaze KidKamikaze Kid12 dagar sedan
  • very good جيد جدا👍

    يوسف العدوييوسف العدوي12 dagar sedan
  • Thanks for making these videos.

    Brian HartleyBrian Hartley12 dagar sedan
  • Use old socks when changing oil filters. Put it up the filter an it will catch most of the oil spill.

    TW ArthurTW Arthur12 dagar sedan
  • Easy to maintain! Enjoy the videos! Awesome channel!

    Mitchell JohnsonMitchell Johnson12 dagar sedan
  • She looks almost brand new!

    Mama CMama C12 dagar sedan
  • Eric - Thank you for sharing these videos. You guys do such a great job of filming and editing that I rarely think about how much it takes, or adds to your task to set, and reset the camera for each shot, or new angle. I do know how much it takes. And in this case, it was a lot. You are appreciated. God bless you and all the family!

    Wayne BulsonWayne Bulson12 dagar sedan
  • Kubota builds good machines, nice to see how easy it is to work on. You work hard enough, you deserve good equipment.

    Pat KelleyPat Kelley12 dagar sedan
  • Thanks again. Love watching your videos!....

    bruce manleybruce manley12 dagar sedan
  • I liked in the last video when you found a chocolate milk in the basketball

    Travis SchwartzTravis Schwartz12 dagar sedan
  • Anyone else hoping a drink was behind that plate!?

    Michael ZamoraMichael Zamora12 dagar sedan
  • Grab a 2 quart milk jug, cut the top 1/4th out. Slip it under the hydraulic oil filter before you spin it off next time. Catches all the oil so doesn't run all over. Great videos. Keep em coming

    Jim CadeJim Cade12 dagar sedan
  • Eric need to Andrew Camarata up his maintenance skills!

    Ryan MillerRyan Miller12 dagar sedan
  • Another job well done. Thanks for sharing.

    Steve AdamsSteve Adams12 dagar sedan
  • 👍👌🇨🇦❤

    Pocket ChangePocket Change12 dagar sedan
  • That Kubota gets 1/4 of the hours put on it with the work divided out among three skid steers. Compared a couple of our skid steers with the work divided out among seven skid steers a mustang wheel loader and a payloader. Btw the ones that I am referring to get about one thousand a year and they are not the biggest oldest or newest that we have. One is an s590 the other is an s530. The 530 is for loading the feed mixer the 590 is the chore skid steer.

    Wyatt SaemrowWyatt Saemrow12 dagar sedan
  • Eric, our family loves your channel. So awesome. Do you think you could give Pennsylvania Farm Kid channel a shout out to give him a boost? He is a brilliant 14 year old gent with super work ethic.

    Becky UmphreyBecky Umphrey12 dagar sedan
  • You are a hard working guy and I respect that!

    jared hanoverjared hanover12 dagar sedan
  • And finally, your a great but humble man. Sincerely Tom in Minneapolis.1-12-2021

    Thomas PerezThomas Perez12 dagar sedan
  • Eric I watch your episodes you do and I'm so impressed with your work ethic and your co-working with your dad. Proud of that on both your parts. Love the infrequent basketball shots you do and the miracle cans of pop you find or try to catch. I even read your bible quotes you posts.

    Thomas PerezThomas Perez12 dagar sedan
  • 7:00 Put bolts in by hand first, will save you alot of time drilling out those stripped threads

    wolfe1970wolfe197012 dagar sedan
    • Yeah that part hurt me inside.

      PhotoshopSimplifiedPhotoshopSimplified10 dagar sedan
  • Careful your scratching the new paint off!!!!😂😂😂😂😂

    Tom PreissTom Preiss12 dagar sedan
  • Mint ! 👌

    Dean HowardDean Howard12 dagar sedan
  • Why don't you clean out the debris with an air hose first and then use the pressure washer, that way you're not compacting it and you're not putting as much stress on the wiring, not to mention saving on water

    Randall ChaceRandall Chace12 dagar sedan
  • 1:00 Proof that it isn't always the size of the tool that has the impact 😉

    Shawn KShawn K12 dagar sedan
  • Little things like this go a long way to keeping a machine running well. Props on a good video, you make washing easy to watch.

    Messick's EquipmentMessick's Equipment12 dagar sedan
  • 7:39 I see you have the same brand creeper I do lol

    Mike McKayMike McKay12 dagar sedan
  • You showed yourself oiling the O-ring, darn, now I got nothing to say. Except, great video!

    Robert ClemmerRobert Clemmer12 dagar sedan
  • Hey Erik what we do to clean our machines is a doosan air compressor then I use my steam cleaner it’s easier to clean the feed of dry out than if it’s wet

    My name Is jeffMy name Is jeff12 dagar sedan
  • big mistake not changing that air filter given your enviroment, imo.

    jake malloryjake mallory12 dagar sedan
  • When serving your Skid Steer. It's a lot easier if you raise the boom up . Just don't forget to use the boom stop .

    Cassius DanteCassius Dante12 dagar sedan
  • :)

    Scott WaltersScott Walters12 dagar sedan
  • You are almost at 300,000 subscribers - congratulations !!! God Bless you Eric.

    E.E.12 dagar sedan
  • With all the electronics in the engine area of the Kubota, would it be better to use pressurized air rather than water to blow it out?

    E.E.12 dagar sedan
  • Nice vid, Eric.

    Larcoal2Larcoal212 dagar sedan
  • Hey man, the love videos. Question where did you get your filter changer tool from?

    Cole Van KootenCole Van Kooten12 dagar sedan
  • Like to see a man take care of his equipment.. especially after spending what l bet they did for that Kubota! I’m going to guess that as handy and versatile as those skid steer’s are, especially the track version, that they will continue to make them more compact, even a homeowner version someday.. 🤷‍♂️

    Rick laroucheRick larouche12 dagar sedan
  • Hello, I'm from Brazil, I love your videos, I love to see what happens at the Farm. :)

    Luis HenriqueLuis Henrique12 dagar sedan
  • It might have been easier to get some of that junk out of you skid steer if you used air first then the water, what do you think about that?

    wayne maddywayne maddy12 dagar sedan
  • Hey Eric I am a dairy farmer from Bridgewater Virginia and I really enjoy your videos… We have a Mustang 2700 V skid steer and the Kabota is definitely a lot more user-friendly..Really like the door on the Kabota that slides up

    Jacob .WengerJacob .Wenger12 dagar sedan