Emergency clutch replacement!

  • Published: 05 November 2019
  • Replacing a clutch on John deere stationary engine that irrigates a strawberry field.
  • Auto Auto

Comments • 184

  • david coffin
    david coffin  1 days back

    it's always really nice to work on a power-plant in the open, without all the surrounding metal bits in the way.. i wish it were so easy to work on my car engine this way without having to take things apart and squeeze into tiny spaces to get at crap..

    • Dayne Martin
      Dayne Martin  2 days back

      If you can see out the window thats all that matters, we all know how busy you are by all the video's.

      • fictional25m
        fictional25m  2 days back

        Time to buy some new cover-alls I dunno how you can keep tools in your back pocket get some pink ones lol!

        • Mel Coats
          Mel Coats  3 days back

          Just found your channel. So damn interesting! Too old now, but would have loved to be your apprentice. Love this field work.

          • danofort
            danofort  4 days back

            This really is the coolest channel.

            • acuarofilio
              acuarofilio  4 days back

              John Deere engine???

            • Pike
              Pike  1 weeks back

              Surface and well pumps taught me a lot. They’ll turn you into a jack of all trades quick

              • ralph brown
                ralph brown  1 weeks back

                please clean your windshild

                • NORTHLANE FARM
                  NORTHLANE FARM  1 weeks back

                  Good choice of music !

                  • samonsthewise
                    samonsthewise  1 weeks back

                    such good dogs! playin in the puddle

                    • Hiram Jonesjr
                      Hiram Jonesjr  1 weeks back

                      Turn up the jams good music coming out of those ol speakers warren

                      • Esmon 53
                        Esmon 53  1 weeks back

                        I enjoy the cat videos! I like learning more about them makes me want to buy one

                        • Morgan Hatfield
                          Morgan Hatfield  1 weeks back

                          I think it has a leak

                          • brt 123
                            brt 123  1 weeks back

                            What part of the country are you in? Its a beautiful country side.

                          • Fixin it with the Long Bros.

                            just Subscribed to your channel....we have a new channel check us out ...Fixin it with the long Bros. ....we are fixin up a 1952 GMC bus... we would love to talk to you about helping us with our bus fabrication...check some of our video's out and you will see what we are doing with our bus....maybe we could figure out something in getting this thing done...we are in K.falls ...we must be pretty close to be in your area....

                            • Tripp
                              Tripp  1 weeks back

                              Well at least it's not in a truck..

                              • Brian Garland
                                Brian Garland  1 weeks back

                                I had a D-8 that had the charge/relief valve foul up. It caused the fellow that owned it to think it had a bad head gasket. He had the head off of that machine a few times before I got to it. He was ready to set it on fire!!! Could be the same thing you have on that 7

                                • tim mayer
                                  tim mayer  1 weeks back

                                  Now you are handling asbestos bare handedand breathing in friable asbestos dust , no mask. You like to live dangerously.

                                  • western truck and tractor repair
                                    western truck and tractor repair   1 weeks back

                                    Hope we never get into another war like ww2 , we will get our asses kicked with the sissies that inhabit this country now.

                                • tim mayer
                                  tim mayer  1 weeks back

                                  You might try using ear plugs if the noise level gets up around 85 db or higher. Loosing your hearing sucks. Jus sayin.

                                  • tim mayer
                                    tim mayer  1 weeks back

                                    So you finally out on nitrile gloves. You handle a lot of chemicals. Eventually when you are older they will take a toll l on your kidneys and liver. I should know and I do.

                                    • Mike Horkoff
                                      Mike Horkoff  2 weeks back

                                      Changed lots of those on pump jacks. rebuilt hundreds of them.. adjust those old ones and go with it.. small little one is nice. try a 24 inch triple disk.

                                      • psl54rsniper tackdriver

                                        Are you shore that masterclutch is in all the way looked like shaft slowed when pump gut pressure if you dont ingage throw out lever all the way they just slip, hope this helps.

                                        • Chris Nichols
                                          Chris Nichols  2 weeks back

                                          Need your front wheels balanced? Looks a bit shaky

                                        • Mitch S
                                          Mitch S  2 weeks back

                                          I haven't seen one of those segmented clutch discs in about 20 years. Used to have to change them quite regularly on the two Galion rollers we had at that time.

                                          • Rob J
                                            Rob J  2 weeks back

                                            Well, they called you to fix the clutch. I guess they got their own way of doing things, so, job done.

                                            • kenneth connors
                                              kenneth connors  2 weeks back

                                              you are one of the prod few who care about their work excellence

                                              • Joshua Bullock
                                                Joshua Bullock  2 weeks back

                                                I've worked on vehicles and tractors for a long time, as well as automation but never water pumps. One thing I need to add to the SHTF memory warehouse

                                                • Tree Buzzard
                                                  Tree Buzzard  2 weeks back

                                                  Daisy & Duke are the supervisors...

                                                  • Clint & Erin Turner
                                                    Clint & Erin Turner  2 weeks back

                                                    You look through the window not at it LOL

                                                    • James Kmenta
                                                      James Kmenta  2 weeks back

                                                      It appears to have been there for some time 5 to 10 years

                                                      • James Kmenta
                                                        James Kmenta  2 weeks back

                                                        Any idea how many hours on this JD pump engine?

                                                        • LoneRider
                                                          LoneRider  2 weeks back

                                                          1 minute into the video and i see the baby doggos.. ::smashes like button::

                                                          • astonebrook91
                                                            astonebrook91  2 weeks back

                                                            That steering wheel is shaking so bad you can almost hear it in his voice.

                                                            • Bruce TheC
                                                              Bruce TheC  2 weeks back

                                                              So cool to see all the different equipment.

                                                              • jlucasound
                                                                jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                The suspense!! OK. See you next Bat time.....

                                                                • G-Man 5959
                                                                  G-Man 5959  2 weeks back

                                                                  Looks like your steering wheel is shaking. Better get the tires balanced. Thanks for the video.

                                                                • jlucasound
                                                                  jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                  Thank You. I knew nothing about these pumps. Now I do. Interesting and new (to me).

                                                                  • jlucasound
                                                                    jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                    @ 34:45 OUCH!!! I always had patience. I don't remember the first thing I destroyed with impatience, but I am sure I was in the single digit age. I learned early. Don't force anything! The other day, someone "Torqued" the (cross threaded) bolts in an extruder head at my work. No Bueno.

                                                                    • jlucasound
                                                                      jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                      A suggestion: Get a magnet base with a goose neck for your camera. Most everything you work on is steel. Use the tripod when you have room on the ground, the magnet when you are recording in the machines.

                                                                      • jlucasound
                                                                        jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                        I am so glad I watched in order. I am fascinated by what you are working on (the pump) and at the same time following your talking about the D7. I can watch and listen for hours. Now, I have to wait until you nail down the D7 "mystery". That is OK. I am conditioned for that by early training. Watching "Dukes of Hazard", "Movin' On", etc. See you at the same Bat time, same Bat channel. Time to go to bed boys! Awwww!!

                                                                        • jlucasound
                                                                          jlucasound  2 weeks back

                                                                          @ 1:42 Cheap Trick, that was, holding the camera low so the cops don't see. ;-) Ya, you all heard the radio. Moving on to your (our) next adventure. Just watched the (latest) Cat Video.(D7F). Nice Machine! I love Strawberries. And Onions! Poor onion.

                                                                          • Brian Demas
                                                                            Brian Demas  2 weeks back

                                                                            This is the best repair channel I've seen!

                                                                            • Joshua Farmer
                                                                              Joshua Farmer  2 weeks back

                                                                              I guy could use that pry bar underneath the driveshaft to wiggle the tension off the bolts so they back out easy lol

                                                                              • Joshua Farmer
                                                                                Joshua Farmer  2 weeks back

                                                                                Your a very good mechanic clean and very detailed oriented surprise you don’t have a lot more followers i subscribe hell of a hard worker did a few years of the same field it will wear your body out fast you should do a little story of how you got where you are and how you learned so much in so many fields most of us born mechanics come from a long line of mechanics and and a natural ability great job love the channel stay safe bud

                                                                                • Jeremy Nunn
                                                                                  Jeremy Nunn  2 weeks back

                                                                                  Oh man. This brings back many memories. I've done this exact job many times on deep well pump setups. They gotta adjust those clutches every service or they'll slip and burn out. Good job man

                                                                                  • Jeremy Nunn
                                                                                    Jeremy Nunn  2 weeks back

                                                                                    Poor old onion..

                                                                                    • woodingot
                                                                                      woodingot  2 weeks back

                                                                                      R.I.P onion

                                                                                      • PopRob
                                                                                        PopRob  2 weeks back

                                                                                        I sure don't miss that job, or any job on irrigation pumps for that matter. Especially in the middle of the night or centre pivot irrigator drive shafts breaking or gear boxes letting go. The joys of being an on call mechanic on a 60,000 acre property, thankfully retired now.