Fixing up the new Yanmar excavator

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  • Published on:  Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Fixing a bunch of small problems on my new Yanmar B37 excavator to get it ready to work.

    0:00 Intro, install hydraulic breather
    1:12 fixing the blade
    5:14 black spray paint
    5:46 engine oil change
    8:20 change oil in final drive
    10:38 brush on yellow paint
    12:36 print new decals
    13:57 fixing the hammer I broke in the quick change video
    16:17 installing one new track/rollers
    23:40 Converting two more buckets to quick change
    31:28 installing new seat
    35:09 Finishing installing the tracks
    42:27 Comparing the b37 to the b50

    Anyone want any track pieces?
  • Source: https://youtu.be/WLJiB-bkYMQ

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  • David Macdonald

    David Macdonald

     yesterday

    So did you have any problems returning the rollers? .

  • Felix s

    Felix s

     yesterday

    Without any doubt one of the Best Channels on You Tube - a very enjoyable and interesting site AC!

  • mike makuch

    mike makuch

     2 days ago

    May not mean much but, I was wondering with that open garage area you have, you should be parking these small machines under them, if you already aren't. Great video.

  • mike makuch

    mike makuch

     2 days ago

    Really, get a apir of Knee Pads, by the time your 40 you'll know why! Been there, done that!

  • Josh Butterfass

    Josh Butterfass

     3 days ago

    Just wait till they do put electronics in them I can bet you won’t be a fan of them after that

  • Josh Butterfass

    Josh Butterfass

     3 days ago

    Your learning as you go aren’t you

  • thisisntme

    thisisntme

     3 days ago

    yanmar builds John deere's tractors, just go to your local junk yard or wait I mean John deere dealership.

  • you tube

    you tube

     4 days ago

    did they ever let you return the incorrect rollers?

  • Mohabat khan Malak

    Mohabat khan Malak

     4 days ago

    Big job, or small job, Andrew Camarata is the man to see..!!

  • Ken C

    Ken C

     4 days ago

    Any anti seeze on new carriage roller bolts ?

  • B. Rippy

    B. Rippy

     4 days ago

    I dont forsee the paint over rust lasting too long.

  • 00UncommonSense00

    00UncommonSense00

     5 days ago

    Those ratcheting box end wrenches are the best upgrade you can get. They're a little salty on price, but so worth it. I have a whole set in both inch and metric and also the kind where the box end pivots 90° both ways as well in inch/metric. They also have a very fine ratcheting mechanism. They will catch with only 5° of swing, which mean you can use them with only a few inches of clearance. And also the come in real stubby lengths and extra long lengths.

  • drose79111

    drose79111

     6 days ago

    Bam - That's how it's done Nice work Andrew !

  • Joe Licha

    Joe Licha

     6 days ago

    GOOD JOB!

  • Chris Doge

    Chris Doge

     7 days ago

    use a small drill bit to clean out socket head set screw.  works good.

  • broke farmer

    broke farmer

     7 days ago

    They never breaks but yet you're putting parts on

  • Brody Semchuk

    Brody Semchuk

     7 days ago

    what is that orange camo ratchet spud wrench? i want the exact one!! i cant find it.

  • Jewelry Tyme

    Jewelry Tyme

     7 days ago

    Dang, how much does one of those tracks weigh....could just imagine what those steel one's way like the ones on your dozer.

  • Headframe Hunters

    Headframe Hunters

     7 days ago

    This is vaguely therapeutic. I'm getting ready to take the plunge into owning equipment; your videos are pretty helpful on the maintenance side of things! Fortunately, the machines I'm looking at have their original manuals.

  • David Platt

    David Platt

     7 days ago

    Andrew, keep making the videos, youre awesome