ATV and bulldozer repairs

ATV and bulldozer repairs

1995 Honda Foreman 400 ATV, new shifter, muffler, and quick carb clean.
1988 Caterpillar D4c bulldozer, new battery, electrical problem, spreading rock.

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42 Responses

  1. Nicholas Powell says:

    When Andrew says something needs to be “Fixed immediately”, you definitely know something has to be fixed 🤣

  2. Valued Humanoid says:

    Those magnetic parts trays are one of the best tools I have bought in a long time. You can stick them on a vertical surface and the parts stay inside (the metal parts that is). I found a set of 3″x3″, 6″x6″ and 3″x9″ for $10 at Harbor Freight. I bought four sets. I have them everywhere.

    • Rob The Builder says:

      They work good a water dish for dogs too in a pinch. I’ve done that.

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “Anxiety weighs down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up.”
      ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭12:25‬ ‭NIV‬‬
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    • Valued Humanoid says:

      @tomer wallach lol same here. I will be checking the oil at the gas station and find one stuck somewhere in the engine bay I forgot about.

    • Ronnie Heit says:

      My Wife gives then to me for gifts for Christmas, birthday, anniversary and for whatever.
      Darn handy items to have around.

    • tomer wallach says:

      my only problem with having a lot of them is missplacing the tray itself😂

  3. bren70sss s says:

    Better then anything on tv , thank you for all the effort you put in dude .

  4. Sharpshorts says:

    For the gas drip out the overflow line, check that the tiny spring loaded plunger that is on one end of the needle valve.
    Make sure that it’s still there and that it works properly —–
    The float shuts off the flow from the tank when the float rises with the bowl level and moves the rubber end of the needle into it’s seat…if the the tiny spring doesn’t return the plunger to full extension or if it’s missing, bent or is stuck while depressed in the needle it will allow the bowl level to rise too far, thus the excess gas flows out the overflow line.

    • No one’s puppet says:

      Mustie1 does the Q tip trick to cleanup the seat area of the needle and seat valve. We gotta love this ethanol gasoline.

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “Anxiety weighs down the heart, but a kind word cheers it up.”
      ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭12:25‬ ‭NIV‬‬
      h

    • Stephen Cowell says:

      There’s a tang on the float that contacts the needle… it sets the float level. You bend that to set the float… I’d bend it a little and try it!

    • Don Geiger says:

      @Carl Shaw me too that’s the first thing I thought of.

    • Carl Shaw says:

      I was yelling “NEEDLE VALVE!” at my screen. I had to do the same thing. I ended up buying a new carb for $40 in the end.

  5. M K says:

    Words to live by: “Thats slightly unprofessional, but not unacceptable” – Andrew Camarata

  6. Richard Thomas says:

    I like the way you secured the battery, looks professional enough to me! 👍

  7. Robert Rosicki says:

    14:12 ” That’s slightly unprofessional but not unacceptable ” Perfectly sums up about 65% of the repairs I’ve done in the bush . Gotta use that line now .

  8. Joe Pavlis says:

    As a retired plumber/pipefitter/refrigeration mechanic, I appreciate your approach to problem solving.!

  9. King Kong says:

    Andrew, I have watched a lot of your videos and man, there is nothing you can’t repair or replace in your stock pile of equipment. You have the principle of the Marine Corp, adapt and overcome and you do that well.

  10. Unknown says:

    Andrew, great video as always! Nothing better than waking up with a notification of a new video from you! Seriously you blow away 99.9% of everything produced by everyone IMHO. No fake drama, no BS. Question, in the start of the video you are working on the Honda ATV carb, were those harbor freight tools and if so, how do you like them? Then when you are vacuuming out the bulldozer it appears you have a shopvac and 5 gallon bucket as the collection base? What is this setup, I have never seen that done before. That is a fantastic idea for nasty stuff! Hope all is well.

    • porter gieske says:

      Home depot has a vac called bucket head that uses the 5 gallon as the base. Simple and easy to use, but loud AF. $30. Good for messy jobs. If you want more functionality than that – look at the dust deputy for long time use.

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