110 Year Old Driveway Regrading

20 feb 2021
323 975 visningar

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  • I run a garden center and we use the stone dust stuff for our yard we just did a fresh one before the Christmas and it came out great saw a couple little puddles but I’ll figure something out . Stuff works great

    Ed ChubbickEd Chubbick2 timmar sedan
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  • Yea you better be pumping more video

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • Not one bad comment so pro knows what are doing

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • Great work keep moving dirt around and I be watching

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • Watching a pro operation on Sunday I want to see it all I don’t care if you think that boring and cut it out it’s not great job go pro to see what you see we want to see

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • You cut out filling the pipe cleaning up the ditch I miss that part

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • Build up low spots in the front with that dirt

    Justin WJustin W5 timmar sedan
  • hell your good with that scid stear mate : )

    james atkinsjames atkins8 timmar sedan
  • I'm surprised to see you doing a culvert. I work for the county road dept and once a property installs the culvert when they first develop a property and we sign off on it, we become responsible for the maintenance and replacement of them. Did you lube the pipe up? A come along and chain works great to pull the pipes together.

    Mike LMike L16 timmar sedan
  • 10:48, one second later and that car would have gotten a surprise.

    nathan koroushnathan koroush18 timmar sedan
  • Nice driveway for a creepy house...

    Levi D BatemanLevi D Bateman19 timmar sedan
  • I wonder do you ever get people's neighbours complaining that you caused their property to flood? I mean, you were careful here not to send too much water along all at once, but it seems to me that once you fix the flooding in one place it's going to re-appear at the next place that has a clogged culvert - all the water that was sitting on your client's property will instead be at the next property that has poor drainage. Of course, if that happens they should understand that it's only because of their own inadequate drainage but people tend to be good at somehow not understanding things that will require them to do some work!

    Andy SmithAndy Smith19 timmar sedan
  • This machine is incredible.

    33 Valleys33 Valleys20 timmar sedan
  • You have one of those jobs I've always wanted to try but unfortunately here in Florida if you don't have experience no one will train you as its not worth anyone's time.. I have on my bucket list is to learn a backhoe/excavator before I die.

    To Connect 2000sTo Connect 2000s23 timmar sedan
  • Almost splooshed that car @10:49.

    Brian AlexandreBrian Alexandre23 timmar sedan
  • Did you replace the two drain on the side of this drive way you filled in when you widen it??????

    william hucklewilliam huckleDag sedan
  • it wouldnt be low if you would bed the pipe with stone, rather than laying it on dirt.

    Ryan WatsonRyan WatsonDag sedan
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    Lpkendo LolLpkendo LolDag sedan
  • Wouldn't it be better to drain it properly then come back when it's dry to grade and create the berm? That's what we would do up north.. No way you could finish a job with any grading with it being that deep full a water

    Mitchell BlissMitchell BlissDag sedan
  • Wow what a mess of a front yard... Just mucky dirt they don't even have soil on it..

    Mitchell BlissMitchell BlissDag sedan
  • I've been watching these videos for a while now and what a great skill you have. Thanks for taking the time to make the videos.

    passenger671passenger671Dag sedan
  • Do you know if the homeowners on this property will be sharing their progress on SEworld? It looks like it would be an interesting renovation.

    Jeannie MathewsJeannie MathewsDag sedan
  • I'm from Minnesota and I can just see an mn environmentalist craping their pants because there nothing to stop the dirt water from becoming clean water. Haha

    DSDSDag sedan
  • 😁👍🏻

    paul evanspaul evansDag sedan
  • Nice work.

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    Tyler EvansTyler EvansDag sedan
  • Sure would've been nice to metal detect that old driveway before it got covered up. Folks probably don't know what history they missed. Maybe they'll get around the house.

    Er IcEr IcDag sedan
  • replacing a pipe that worked for 60 years with one that will work for 10.

    Dieter MontanezDieter MontanezDag sedan
  • Is your gravel #7s with dust?

    laura mcdougallaura mcdougalDag sedan
  • Looks like a witches house

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  • Thanks again, enjoyed watching.

    Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp2 dagar sedan
  • Be right back ,have to catch a call ....I’ll Be Back.

    Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp2 dagar sedan
  • This is so Cool to watch.

    Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp2 dagar sedan
  • It’s a wonder water went through that old culvert with all that debris in it.

    Jim LePeuJim LePeu2 dagar sedan
  • You did a nice job on the driveway 👍

    Robert RabRobert Rab2 dagar sedan
  • From the farm house I'm guessing it's in the southeastern US, from the trees I knew it was N GA, Upstate SC, or W NC. When you started digging up sandy clay I KNOW this is NC. Am I right?

    Justin MooreJustin Moore2 dagar sedan
    • Yes 🤣. Eastern NC. Will be posting renovation videos on our channel.

      Bealy Good FarmsBealy Good FarmsDag sedan
  • Good Morning @ Lets Dig, I had some doubts as to how this project would turn out, ( because of all of the moisture, i.e. rain) If I was your customer, I would have been extremely and pleasantly surprised at how nice this job turned out. Your quality of work is absolutely awesome. Your skills on the excavator and skid steer are top level ! Then to top it off your narration and filming is excellent. I very much appreciate that you don't overlay your vids with music. I guess I'm old school but I'd rather hear the machine's sounds, even from inside the cab than music. Don't misunderstand me as I love to rock out when inside of the cab rather I don't like it in a video. I'm a 59 year young, retired farmer/ landscape co., owner. ( And yes, that's my last name too). I'm very impressed with your overall work ethic and knowledge. I subscribed. Keep up the great work that you do. Wishing you all of the very best. Warmest Regards from Arizona

    Bruce FarmerBruce Farmer2 dagar sedan
  • Güzel 👍👍

    Arazideki OparetörlerArazideki Oparetörler2 dagar sedan
  • If that splash it that car that would be funny

    Liam AlfernessLiam Alferness2 dagar sedan
  • I got stoned to watch this video.

    desolate surferdesolate surfer2 dagar sedan
  • What size grading bucket and what brand tilt coupler? Clean work and great videos! Thanks

    Domenic DisantisDomenic Disantis2 dagar sedan
  • Doesn’t the town do that work if you buy the pipe?

    Darrell RoetersDarrell Roeters2 dagar sedan
    • Not this town

      Bealy Good FarmsBealy Good Farms2 dagar sedan
  • I've thought about adding a stone driveway. Can you clear snow off it with a snowblower and not create projectiles from the stones?

    Lapse Of TimeLapse Of Time2 dagar sedan
  • What type of aggrogate do you use around the culvert? It doesn't look like it would wash out with clay at ends.

    Joe BarrettJoe Barrett2 dagar sedan
  • Let's get ready to GRAVEL!!!

    Dwight T.Dwight T.3 dagar sedan
  • My guy uses the weight of stone truck and cuts clean edges and evenly distributes the new stone, backs in and pulls out

    Works HardWorks Hard3 dagar sedan
  • Is there nothing you can't do with an excavator!! I need my walls plastering yep I have a machine and a bucket to do that

    Jo SandersJo Sanders3 dagar sedan
  • you make grading with that skidsteer easy lol...

    Lloyd BurrisLloyd Burris3 dagar sedan
  • What type of material are you covering the pipe with?

    TEAM ZSFTEAM ZSF3 dagar sedan
  • That is pretty modern concrete pipe ( 1960s?) The original was usually old water tanks.

    Alan ShelbyAlan Shelby3 dagar sedan
  • Great video. You make these type jobs fun to watch. I also like your commentary explaining the jobs to us rookies.

    BILL MCBRIDEBILL MCBRIDE3 dagar sedan
  • No offense, but you talked too much in the beginning and were too repetitive in explaining the obvious. Thank God you started working without talking, bc I was about to leave. Try not to be a Cpt. Obvious! Just saying! 🤷‍♂️

    Paul De AndaPaul De Anda3 dagar sedan
  • Looks like your pretty dang handy on your equipment

    Scott TraffanstedtScott Traffanstedt4 dagar sedan
  • Lord have mercy are you handsome.

    3Nomadswith Whiskers3Nomadswith Whiskers4 dagar sedan
  • CHRIS! HOW 🤔 DO YOU LIKE 👍 YOUR NEW FORD!

    Dwight ArnoldDwight Arnold4 dagar sedan
  • What a shame they have to look at storage lockers across the street

    Linda SetoLinda Seto4 dagar sedan
    • Not for long. Privacy trees coming soon

      Bealy Good FarmsBealy Good Farms2 dagar sedan
  • Before I started watching your videos I didn't understand the artistry. A good equipment operator has to be an artist to visualize and create the vistas people want as well as having a knowledge of hydrology, material science, trees, and that doesn't touch operating and maintaining equipment. Thanks for opening my eyes

    Joseph EllisJoseph Ellis4 dagar sedan
  • It's hard to tell how thick the stones are. Appx how thick is it?

    Kevin CerceKevin Cerce4 dagar sedan
  • A guy with a skidsteer a mini excavator can actually do quite a few things as long as the operator knows what he/she is doing...

    Johan LindJohan Lind4 dagar sedan
  • Do you wish you had a 20 ton trailer to make one trip instead of two?

    ja cuja cu4 dagar sedan
  • Not going to add compacted crush under that pipe? Will the SAME thing happen again?

    MelicoyMelicoy4 dagar sedan
  • Is that 3/4 modified with stone dust . My driveway is in bad shape. Need an overlay. Just wondering that stuff looks nice. Thanks

    Tom BlakeTom Blake4 dagar sedan
  • Smart you fixed the pipe put in a swail and made a berm at the same time. Extra cruchy at the end looks good.

    Tuco BenedictoTuco Benedicto4 dagar sedan
  • Once again, that little Takeuchi is such a great machine for you.

    pneumatic00pneumatic004 dagar sedan
  • The way Chris says “STONE” is so soothing lol

    Tyler BergTyler Berg4 dagar sedan
  • Wait After the huge bolders this looks to easy .

    Trevelyn BrownTrevelyn Brown4 dagar sedan
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  • I have to say you have the "Midas Touch" on operating your machines........

    Bob Casey AerialBob Casey Aerial4 dagar sedan
  • Was it a good idea to replace those nice old concreate culverts with plastic ones?

    Farshad ZahiriFarshad Zahiri4 dagar sedan
  • You guys do some great work. Love running equipment any chance I get. Grew up on the controls. Medication!

    Casey's Off Road RecoveryCasey's Off Road Recovery4 dagar sedan
  • Let's Dig has incredible skills, and we are lucky to get to seem 'em. If Tak or Yanmar have anything to do with it, we Thank 'em too. ...That being said, you were getting the very last ounce of rip out of the hoe scraping off that hard pack over the culvert.. Frankly, tho the machine amazingly did it, i felt it was hard on the pins/tilt/coupler. If that was a full size hoe, that bucket would have been 7-8' wide and i don't think he'd have torqued it quite so much then. Just my Novice opinion. Next, cool to see him pull out the tiles, ignoring the thumb, that's old school digging and talent right there. My 3rd thing is, getting the pines needles, etc off the driveway... it would have taken longer prolly, but I feel that could have been back dragged with the toothbucket, effectively raking the brush, while leaving the driveway in tact. Why? The driveway surely has its share of oil spills, etc over the years. I'd have left that soil right there, rather than putting it in the woods. (it's nicely compacted anyway). Ok, surely some are sick of my (dumb?) little observations by now.. so as for the Last one~ After that crusher dust was down, presuming it was graded level and crowned, it would be nice if a vibratory roller hit it to fully pack it water tight. And THEN put down a nice thin layer of Bluestone on top. That would keep contractors (and everyone else) from tracking all the chalky dust indoors and everywhere. The courser stone on top would stay clean on top what with all the precipitation the place gets (but only after the stone dust was rolled hard to keep the stone from disappearing into it. I may be wrong, and likely am, but those are my observations. Always learn stuff here I Never could on my own, so thanks really much for showing "how it's done"-

    George HofgrenGeorge Hofgren4 dagar sedan
  • What's nice about a job like this, you can go down the street to each neighbor and leave your card in their door for when they need their ditches fixed! Hahaha

    LordZoth6292LordZoth62925 dagar sedan
  • Does the thumb on the Yanmar not work with the grading bucket?

    Dov RizzoDov Rizzo5 dagar sedan
  • As if I hadn't done enough dirt shuffling in my life: Here I am watching somebody else move dirt. I must be insane! I like the looks of the way you progress.

    Thomas WaddellThomas Waddell5 dagar sedan
  • now I know how it's done...personally I'd want the driveway as close to the trees as possible...just my preference that's all...would look very nice come Christmas time with the driveway all lite up at night…better for Santa to see.

    JeffJeff5 dagar sedan
  • You make it look so easy too put in a driveway, guess l need lots of practice.

    Philip FlemingPhilip Fleming5 dagar sedan
  • I laughed out load with amazed admiration when I realised you had gently 'trodden' on that pipe to allow you to push the other section in using the bucket.

    Dave ComptonDave Compton5 dagar sedan
  • loved the way you made the pipes tight together. smooth...! u the man, awesome operator. i watch all your videos.

    Jason CollinsJason Collins5 dagar sedan
  • I need you to come redo my driveway now ha

    Tim GTim G5 dagar sedan
  • Fine job again

    Gregory MannGregory Mann5 dagar sedan
  • How come you never get to work in the snow? :)

    Chris LassalineChris Lassaline5 dagar sedan
  • Im curious as to why back fill the pipe with screenings, can't water start washing it away around the pipe? Just trying to learn ya know. Thanks

    Jesse RourkeJesse Rourke5 dagar sedan
  • You're very good at what you do , I'm impressed .. I like watching your progress.. thanks for the entertainment

    Robert DesrocherRobert Desrocher5 dagar sedan
  • 😀👍

    Quien ViveQuien Vive5 dagar sedan
  • Does that machine have an extended arm on it or not.??

    Donald SwinkDonald Swink5 dagar sedan
  • Clean job the way it should be...!!!

    Michael McLaughlinMichael McLaughlin5 dagar sedan
  • I truly enjoy watching and operator work their machine with such finesse, that they need not even exit their machine to make minor changes to the work they can do everything within the cab...!!!

    Michael McLaughlinMichael McLaughlin5 dagar sedan
  • you do amazing work with the equipment! I do wonder though, how come you don't use a 4 in 1 split bucket on the skid steer?

    pyrosrockthisworldpyrosrockthisworld5 dagar sedan
  • Carefully scraping 9:40 not digging out ditch to much. So to keep the ditch bed and flow of water the same?

    James BatesJames Bates5 dagar sedan
  • Sweet Truck!

    Marcos RamosMarcos Ramos5 dagar sedan
  • The Art of The Ditch

    UserXUserX5 dagar sedan
  • gonna call regularly digging with the tilt bucket a venial sin.... sometimes you have to just do things though (usually we dig through compacted material that requires maximum dig force a deere 50 or bobcat 50 will put out on a 3 ft smooth edge bucket) I haven't had the need to really think about buying a tilt bucket, not for what we do.

    TomTom5 dagar sedan
  • You videos are relaxing and cool to watch. Especially if your having an anxiety attack. Please keep up the work sir

    ridgerunner453ridgerunner4535 dagar sedan
  • I bet that was a nasty day but Yanmar is a good excavator operate them at work and I do love them

    James SingletonJames Singleton5 dagar sedan
  • @15:20 - @16:00 So cool!

    John MasonJohn Mason5 dagar sedan
  • Love your skills awesome videos

    Jeff HarperJeff Harper5 dagar sedan
  • 👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🗽🙏🏻 Enjoyed!

    Larry Iowa/Texas RoosterLarry Iowa/Texas Rooster5 dagar sedan
  • 100 ton ? wow , how much is that delivered ?

    carl shealycarl shealy5 dagar sedan
  • Nice!

    Stephen GmeinerStephen Gmeiner5 dagar sedan
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