2 operators were drunk after a hard days work & decided to ask God what He thought about there abilities to move mountains wherever they chose to move them. God said… Very impressive of you two ! Now you boys go get your own dirt.Those excavators must have a hell of a mark-up in the […]
2 operators were drunk after a hard days work & decided to ask God what He thought about there abilities to move mountains wherever they chose to move them. God said…
Very impressive of you two ! Now you boys go get your own dirt.Those excavators must have a hell of a mark-up in the western world. Everywhere else, they’re operated as disposable.
That first clip, soooo much wrong.
When they were pulling it out, I was just waiting for the chain to snap and decapitate the guy directing.It really takes a lot of brains to drive heavy equipment and big rigs that are loaded on narrow dirt pathways with steep soil slopes.With the flip flop wearing nations there is always shouting and arm waving.
Every one wants to be the boss. If I were the excavator driver I would shut the door and ignore all of them.Notice it’s always in other countries cuz they don’t play that shit here you’ll lose your job get fined mess round and get locked up they don’t play bout heavy equipment.Came here just to give a thumbs down for the clickbait!
The thumbnail isn’t anywhere in the video.On those “skills” clips: just think, these machines with the right operator can move more material in a few minutes than a man could do in a whole day.
Sure keeping me busy with all them turned/fallen/broken from over/under estimating the track hoe’s weight/reach/load movement capacity.
Lotta fix’en goes into them afterwards.
Actually had a operator say to me that he’s surprised about the amount of damage that happens cause they look so tough and have to be for commercial use.
Yeah, he actually said that.
Except for leaving out only when the machine is being properly used for what it’s built for, as the manufacturer manuals dictate.
But it doesn’t matter to me as long that there’s cocky operators out there inadvertently helping making me money doing what they’re not supposed to do with those excavators.