Hammer, ripper, tilt bucket for next excavator

Published 2023-05-23
Trying a hammer, tilt bucket, and ripper on my new excavator.

All Comments (21)
  • iamrichrocker
    Mustie and Andrew..never ask for money, never act like fools..pure entertainment with the quest of knowledge and having fun doing it.. who always get my thumbs up..
  • Stihl 025
    Dealing with a company with good field reps like the hammer guy can make all the difference. Another very interesting video.
  • Meta Tech HD
    ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽ‰ Mustie and Andrew truly embody the essence of pure entertainment and knowledge pursuit without resorting to gimmicks or soliciting money. Their dedication to providing enjoyable content while sharing valuable insights is commendable. They consistently earn my thumbs up for their engaging approach and quest for exploration. Keep up the great work! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐ŸŒŸ๐Ÿ“š
  • AW Services
    Brilliant video Andrew and congratulations on the new machine and attachments. Lovely zero swing machine. The field engineer was a nice decent guy.

    Love this channel because it's about good honest hard work and not like so many others where " it's look at me BS" most definitely inspiring the younger generation and showing that a strong work ethic pays off
  • โ€”Wโ€”
    Best mod for that ripper is to attach a "cutting blade" to the back of it. It has 5 or so teeth on it like a circular saw blade(scaled up obviously). It also sped up the process of ripping tree stumps out of the ground because it could cut/shear the stump while it was still in the ground.
  • John King
    You make it look SO easy, Andrew !! With the right equipment and know-how, I guess it is easy !!
  • Adam Luke
    It's great having someone around who can give advice on the product. This was so satisfying to watch!
  • 2xKTfc
    Reverse-mounted attachment and heavy load (like the rock slab) is a great way to make your boom and/or stick crack. You're basically working against the normal stress pattern and greatly accelerating metal fatigue, much like reverse-bending a paperclip. I mean, I get it, it works much better than ripping it the normal way... but your machine is going to be sad.
  • Dennis Conlon
    Andrew I know itโ€™s a lot of work making these videos but I look forward to every one of them.
  • Future Eon
    ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽฅ๐Ÿ”ง Mustie and Andrew are a dynamic duo of entertainment and knowledge! They never cease to amaze with their genuine passion for their craft. Their content is refreshingly authentic, as they never beg for money or resort to foolish antics. It's pure entertainment coupled with a quest for knowledge and fun. They definitely deserve my thumbs up! Can't wait to see what they have in store for their next excavator project. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿšง๐Ÿ”จ
  • joconnor3567
    Impressed with the service. Hands on and instructional. This company wants your business.
  • Jim London
    Two good attachments from respected manufacturers. The ripper from Oriel attachments is made in Ireland ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช and the tilt bucket is by Strickland made in the UK ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง p.s, get a bottle of nitrogen and a kit for re-gassing your hammer. Its simple to do by yourself rather than waiting for someone to come out and do it. Good luck with your new purchases.๐Ÿ‘
  • Steven Crow
    It's so good to see Cody growing into the role of Senior Lab Inspector.
  • Grim Biscuits
    Really impressed with the power of it honestly. Seems like there isn't much you couldn't do with it, given time.
  • murray spiffy
    Field Engineer was thorough - informative - professional - without being a mouthy salesman. He seems like a valued employee for the company he works for.
  • Joe Dukes
    Andrew, you rock dude!
    I watch you because not only do you understand the value of tools, you have the knowledge and patience to repair them, utilize them, and educate us in the process.
    Much respect!
  • Craig Kenny
    Hi Andrew that jack hammer is a nice attachment. I use one often in a underground coal mine when straight up and down they work good but if your tilted forward I move forward a bit to keep the same angle and it wonโ€™t stall out because your angle stays the same, been watching your channel since you first started and picked up a lot of tips. love your channel mate
  • shep husted
    the shale ripper - surprisingly productive once you noodle around with it a bit - you will use the hammer attachment quite a bit, it may seem a little slow but it really isn't, the swale bucket will be incredibly useful for finishing up roads and making nice drainage ditches - remember to grease everything up, you should be able to sell a bunch of rock and gravel and have plenty of work and projects this summer
  • Jesse Muller
    That ripper works really good for that ledge when its on backwards. Almost seems faster than a hammer for that
  • Greg Noll Sr
    Andrew, itโ€™s so good to see you back in business! Outstanding work! Weโ€™ve missed you!