I'm Scared

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Swamp Prepper
Swamp Prepper Ամիս առաջ
I named one of my son's Jack too.
Trent Dabs
Trent Dabs Ամիս առաջ
You already know this But I'm going to say it Anyway Your a Good Man and a Even Better Father
Russell Ամիս առաջ
Driving is awesome! But beware, i made so many mistakes in my youth cheif among them was driving sleepy thinking my attention to the road would keep me awake. I WAS SO WRONG and the semi trailer i ran into never even felt it. But I did. Driving is awesome but its also a real responsiblity.
Wranglerstar Ամիս առաջ
@Alexander Wissmann yes
James Smith
James Smith Ամիս առաջ
Man Jack looks l like his mom!
CJ McKenna
CJ McKenna Օր առաջ
Always learning, but your son is so much further along than most people could ever dream of. Congratulations!!
geosuicide 2 օր առաջ
This is one of those videos where I could care less about the logs, and how they are doing what they are doing. Instead, watching a man teach his son, and his son being so respectful and willing to learn is what this is all about. This is amazing and more of what the world needs. Awesome video!
Pete G
Pete G 9 օր առաջ
this video is great it took me back to they days when i was 15 years old and the anxiety i had when i first moved big trailers
Laurie Harding
Laurie Harding 12 օր առաջ
“Now hold on a second” 😝. Love watching you two work. Reminds me of my late father. 👍
brad Willis
brad Willis 17 օր առաջ
I enjoyed the lesson on the trailer breakaway chains. Haha, it gave me a new slogan! “ Sag it, Don’t drag it” 😂👍
Jason Born
Jason Born 18 օր առաջ
You should be scared.
Captain Stabbin
Captain Stabbin 19 օր առաջ
I recommend crossing your safety chains on the trailer when hooking them to the truck. This method provides a cradle for the tongue to fall in should the trailer dislodge from the ball.
Chris Bly
Chris Bly 20 օր առաջ
One tip for jack, to stop from doing all the little corrections while driving, distance your line of sight, look further down the road or at the horizon. Biggest help when I learned to drive tractor trailer. It’ll stop you from swaying the wheel back and forth, over all great job!!!
glen paul
glen paul 22 օր առաջ
scared of what??
Charles Raines
Charles Raines 23 օր առաջ
Also with heavy loads you should “cross” the trailer safety chains so if the hitch was to come undone the chains would hold the trailer tongue so that it might not dig into pavement or dirt.
Crazy Coyote
Crazy Coyote 23 օր առաջ
Well done jack!! I thing two small logs underneath the logs could give you the space to slide straps or chains underneath, for unloading at Home.
Quentin Sherratt
Quentin Sherratt 23 օր առաջ
Good work Jack 🎯💯
Stevie G.
Stevie G. 24 օր առաջ
Your teaching him the way I like to teach. Think about it. You make a decision, and give it a go. If you need to adjust you'll know as you start to pull it out. I'll also give suggestions only. Try with caution, get experience, then trust your experiences and instinct's. Hands on is the very best teacher, but slow. Rigging the log from the bottom also allows you to pick it up some so the log front is not plowing into the ground letting it slide. I pull it out then shorten the chain to get closer to lift it some. I skid with my Kubota L3800. I have a draw bar for the 3 point I designed that allows me to wrap the end on the draw bar then just drop the chain in a hook that's part of the draw bar. With tension it locks like the hook on the chain to the chain. I front pull it clear form where it was cut then back up where the draw bar is almost over the end of the log re-rig the chain short to the top of the log, then to the draw bar, lift the draw bar just enough so the end of the log is off the ground and in 4 wheel 1st gear I can safely pull a log like the one on your trailer through the wood, fields and anywhere I want with minimal ground damage as it is now sliding and following. We all have to find out what works for us. I do this all alone so if I get hurt in the woods I could be out of luck. I make my own luck by being wise not smart. Smart can get you injured or killed. Wise is experience, instinct and caution.
Iam Negan
Iam Negan 26 օր առաջ
Check the load a few miles down the road. Your son picks up quick.
Joe LeRoy
Joe LeRoy 27 օր առաջ
What a good young man you have there sir...
R H 28 օր առաջ
Good job Jack!
Wally Verbeck
Wally Verbeck 29 օր առաջ
Jack, @ 9:55, careful, that's how you loose teeth, getting that close to a binder. Use a cheater pipe, and stay out of it's way also.
DH 123
DH 123 29 օր առաջ
Learning life long skills and confidence.
DH 123
DH 123 29 օր առաջ
Well done, Jack.
Justin Medwin
Justin Medwin Ամիս առաջ
If you don’t mind me asking what did two logs like that cost you ??
Larry Witte
Larry Witte Ամիս առաջ
Good job
Len Hamilton bjj
Len Hamilton bjj Ամիս առաջ
Geez thought this one was going to be about politics. Thank God it isn't that's enough to put anyone in a mental home.
JD Brown
JD Brown Ամիս առաջ
Well done for both of you! Great training Cody.
Peter De Keles
Peter De Keles Ամիս առաջ
Makes me miss my dad. Greetings from Kennewick
Travis Watson
Travis Watson Ամիս առաջ
"I can't really say if it's a beautiful saw log because I haven't had experience with beautiful saw logs" -- such a sign of immense maturity, being able to appreciate your relative position of knowledge. Extremely impressive Mr. Jack.
Grant Butler
Grant Butler Ամիս առաջ
Can't wait to see what you do with these logs!
The Camp at Minors Brook
The Camp at Minors Brook Ամիս առաջ
Want a tip from the east coast? Throw a fence post (roller) under the log as it coming off the trailer, it’ll keep it from digging in, another at the back as she drops. Keep it off the ground, cleaner/dryer, you’ll pick up easier and you’ll get your choker off easier.
Matt Ամիս առաջ
Well done Jack
Goat Herder Extraodinaire
Goat Herder Extraodinaire Ամիս առաջ
I have blue stain tongue and groove ceilings in my main ranch home and barn apartment. I was told that the blue stain was caused by the beetle kill and that the blue color is fungus.
Stephen Shallcross
Stephen Shallcross Ամիս առաջ
It's hard to watch others figure it out when you already have the answer but you held back very well, good fathering and well done to your boy.
John Larch
John Larch Ամիս առաջ
You don't drive a trailer..you pull it.
Ron Burke
Ron Burke Ամիս առաջ
Nice work Jack, And the ol guy helping you out is kind of rare these days.A guy can have many things but having an awesome dad is a treasure beyond compare. Thank's Mr. W its a great time working with and watching our son's growing up, I have 3 son's myself aged 33 31 and 23 theres never a dull moment! Have a good one sir!
Mason Stansberry
Mason Stansberry Ամիս առաջ
Twisting the safety chains to shorten them weakens the chain and is a DOT violation. You should shorten your chains to the appropriate length for the tow vehicle. I didn't notice if they were crossed under the tongue and hitch, but the should be, as well as always having a pin in the coupler on the trailer. I'm not trying to be a hero, but it is valuable knowledge for Jack
Edwin Lancaster
Edwin Lancaster Ամիս առաջ
This might have been the best video you have posted 👍
The Implacable Authoritarian
The Implacable Authoritarian Ամիս առաջ
The baby looks like its mother!
Couch Potato
Couch Potato Ամիս առաջ
I had just got my license two weeks before I drove my first trailer. I was driving a f350 duly pulling a 25ft flatbed with a 8500lb backhoe. Ahh back in the good old days l... that was 1yr ago.
fictional25m Ամիս առաջ
Jack, it may not seem like it now cherish the time you spend with your father my fondest memories was the many rides in a truck with mine even if your "not into" the things he does you will one day be working and will recall these teachings when you need them the most and will smile as you remember who taught them be grateful for a young father for mine was older many viewers who have lost their father come to understand how much they miss them and wish they could have spent more time with them when they was alive i grew up as a servant a willing servant as a male but with mixed parts your fortunate to have a great father
Joshua Waters
Joshua Waters Ամիս առաջ
Lmao 🤣 you told your boy I was waiting for you to tell me what to do. YES BEST PART OF THE VIDEO
Richard Kinzer
Richard Kinzer Ամիս առաջ
I love the way you interact with this boy and I love the way he responds to you. I'd love to redo a lot of things based on your example.
Wranglerstar Ամիս առաջ
Thank you Richard
Will Vincent
Will Vincent Ամիս առաջ
Seems like just yesterday that Jack was just a small kid.. time sure does fly. Well done Jack
Tyler Blumfield
Tyler Blumfield Ամիս առաջ
A 91 dodge in good condition is suoer expensive and its the 12 valve not 24 24 started in 98.5
Dan Darling
Dan Darling Ամիս առաջ
Where is the cheater pipe for the binders? Snaps them tight and saves knuckles unsnapping.
Billy Ray
Billy Ray Ամիս առաջ
The kid should know more than he does by now. I know, Cody’s trying to un-shelter him and he doesn’t have long if the kid goes off to college and doesn’t want to come back to the farm.
quickfoxxes Ամիս առաջ
Father and son are wonderful examples of passing on knowledge and skills to maintain traditions and basic values. Congratulations to both, especially love and patience of dad, and willing spirit and confidence of Jack. It is a delight to see your projects coming together. Bless you and those you love. DJ in Knoxville TN
jacksonlovett2 Ամիս առաջ
The father son videos are some of my favorites! Jack will always have those times in his heart, and someday he will be a better man because of it!
Jesse Johnson
Jesse Johnson Ամիս առաջ
great video
yard farmer
yard farmer Ամիս առաջ
JACK, My Stepdad taught me to place my left foot touching the the outside of the truck(by the emergency brake) and imagine my foot was reaching through and touching the centerline. Also keep glancing at the outside left rear view and keeping the left trailer wheel a couple of inches from the centerline of the road. Also do the same on the right side trailer wheel to outer line. Once you find the right edge of the road find a spot on the hood or wipers to line up with the right line in front of the truck (while you are sitting relaxed) Use these in combination and you will know exactly where your truck and trailer are at all time. Which will avoid fear. Also don’t hold the steering wheel so tight it turns your knuckles white. Hope this helps you. Ask your dad to help explain these ideas.
Josh Wright
Josh Wright Ամիս առաջ
Wow! Jack is becoming a man, guess I haven't tuned in in awhile. Good looking young man!
Dirt Devils
Dirt Devils Ամիս առաջ
That was highly entertaining!
Kevin Brewer
Kevin Brewer Ամիս առաջ
The safety chain trick is something that I do. I see so many trailers going down the road and dragging the chains with sparks coming off them. Great tip for everyone.
Arkansas Pilgrim
Arkansas Pilgrim Ամիս առաջ
I'm taking Young AP to get his learner's permit today.
Sapioit Ամիս առաջ
Man, the music at the end was loud.
DE RAEL Ամիս առաջ
good looking young man!
J Huntley
J Huntley Ամիս առաջ
Wow your subs are going up fast
Stephen Mattison
Stephen Mattison Ամիս առաջ
Where is Mr. Lockandload?
Joe Rice
Joe Rice Ամիս առաջ
Its insane how much used trucks go for especially the pre emissions diesel trucks in good shape, especially low miles and no rust. People will pay top dollar for them.
rotabom Ամիս առաջ
This fella doesnt wear a hairpiece??
john perkins
john perkins Ամիս առաջ
I never knew a safety officer to get his hands dirty... Truer words have not been spoken. Love how he is teaching Jack. You can only truly learn by doing. The patience he has reminds me of Job. I wish America would return to this.
Derrick Burbage
Derrick Burbage Ամիս առաջ
You need the old hood from the other place for sliding the logs out.
David A
David A Ամիս առաջ
Get a binder tightening bar or use a pipe to get leverage when binding the binder, nice job Jack
Awesome Arizona
Awesome Arizona Ամիս առաջ
Needs a mans jacket.
TheTrock121 Ամիս առաջ
This really took me back. I taught 5 kids how to drive, and I remember that feeling. You are so good w/ Jack.
Larry Ross
Larry Ross Ամիս առաջ
Good job Jack! Keep learning from those that have gone before you! Your Dad’s doing a good job helping you learn!
Hang-In-There Jack-and-Mrs-W
Hang-In-There Jack-and-Mrs-W Ամիս առաջ
@11:15 Cody, "How does it feel?" Jack, "Heavy. It feels very heavy" When it stops feeling that way… you've got a problem.
VaudevilleBear Ամիս առաջ
Exactly the type of fathering every young man needs, and that I wish I had gotten.
Christian Adventure Films
Christian Adventure Films Ամիս առաջ
Nice work Jack!
MAE HAY Ամիս առաջ
Now I know why you named your title “I’m Scared “. Teaching Jack how to do something new which he did quite well! 👍
Bushkangaroo 1959
Bushkangaroo 1959 Ամիս առաջ
Nice “backhoe tractor!”
Hockey Ամիս առաջ
Jack is very lucky to have you as a father to teach him so much.
Gregory Schmidt
Gregory Schmidt Ամիս առաջ
At 6:09, the gentleman in the loader is talking to the other guy and one of them says “ is that for Siwek”. I’m wondering if they are talking about Siwek lumber in Minneapolis?
Bryan Ամիս առաջ
It woulda been funny to back up really fast and slam on the brakes. Not that it would work and it would probably be hard on equipment and that would be the complete wrong way to do it and unsafe. But good job Jack!
Jen Emery
Jen Emery Ամիս առաջ
Great job Jack. Doing something for the first time on your own is always scary. Even with Dad there to advise it still means that you are making the decisions.
Oak Lumberjack
Oak Lumberjack Ամիս առաջ
Great learning experience for him.. Can't wait to subscribe to your son's channel when that time comes!!
Luke W
Luke W Ամիս առաջ
1st gen Cummins is a 12 Valve, 1998 2nd gen Cummins is when they came out with the 24valve, you’re in Oregon. I’m from Cali and I could definitely help you find a 2nd Cummins for less then 10k in your area, if you’re willing to spend up to 12k then you could find a really nice 2nd gen. If you want to spend between 10k and 20k then we can find you a nice 3rd gen. No more locking up for 4x4 drive. Just switch it and go. Strait axle Cummins will out last any Ford or Chevy. Especially with the way you take care of things. Let me know. I can definitely help you find something in your area. Instead of spending 30k on a 1st gen you could spend that on 4th gen 6.7 Cummins. Thats currently what I have and have ZERO issues with it. But mine is a manual. The automatic definitely are a lot more finicky if you tune them and make them quicker. But for you being that you would probably leave it stock you wouldn’t have problems with the automatic. We could find you a manual of any generation,1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th gen. Just get back to me if you’d like some help!!!
Ben Höflinger
Ben Höflinger Ամիս առաջ
I still remember the first time my uncle had me drive the old diesel ford out of the rock quarry with two yards of gravel in the dump trailer. These things, teaching young men to do good hard work, should never be lost so much as they have in our society.
Bob Sapp
Bob Sapp Ամիս առաջ
this guy is amazing fear monger millionaire
EDOGG H201600
EDOGG H201600 Ամիս առաջ
Easy to see he is a smart good hearted young man. Great job pops.
Georgios Kitis
Georgios Kitis Ամիս առաջ
I have been watching your channel for 2 years now and never gets old, for some reason they are relaxing and makes someone believe is there with you at your beautiful homestead. Keep up the good work!
Quarlow 12
Quarlow 12 Ամիս առաջ
Hey what broke on the trailer last time Cody?
Twp Pwt
Twp Pwt Ամիս առաջ
Did you ever think using a waterwheel to generate power from the river? Looks like you've got great flow and that should drive a waterwheel very easily. You would also have 24/7 auxiliary power where wind and sun may not be present all the time. Many videos on AM-posts to watch and learn.
b4yunume 4040
b4yunume 4040 Ամիս առաջ
Pine Beetle carry a fungus that actually kills the trees.
Austin Wilkins
Austin Wilkins Ամիս առաջ
That safety officer comment was classic
wolco003 Ամիս առաջ
Beautiful. Great Job Jack!
Austin Wilkins
Austin Wilkins Ամիս առաջ
Love the lessons on hauling heavy loads. Great stuff! Not to be a safety sally but ratchet binders are much safer than break over binders. But again great stuff that every man should learn.
Stevop79400 Ամիս առաջ
I work with a lot of guys like jack. I love how you let him go. He’s seen you do it before. He has it in his gut. He knows the equipment. Great job jack.
Paul C. Reilly
Paul C. Reilly Ամիս առաջ
This brings back so many memories of my father teaching me to drive, then teaching me how to tow our boat. Then teaching me how to launch said boat and captain it safely. These lessons I took seriously and my skills show it. People would compliment me on how well I was able to back up a 25 foot boat down the ramp in seconds while men twice as old would take 10 to 15 minutes adjusting their approach.
Bronco56 Ամիս առաջ
What was the deal with the crooked wheel on the trailer the last time you moved logs?
Dale Taylor Jr.
Dale Taylor Jr. Ամիս առաջ
Now I’m missing my dad watching me grow and learn.
Mario Cohenno
Mario Cohenno Ամիս առաջ
the safety officer comment had me dying
Salmo Jack
Salmo Jack Ամիս առաջ
Melissa R
Melissa R Ամիս առաջ
I’m so glad my 10yr old introduced me to your channel!!
JAEUFM Ամիս առաջ
Dumb idea on my part, putting a couple pieces of telephone pole cross ways to the log on the ground so it rides on them as it comes off of the trailer??
Alvin Dueck
Alvin Dueck Ամիս առաջ
Ya know... I think Jack needs more beef on them bones. He's an alright kid though, but I figured with the kinda man Cody is, I figured Jack'd know more things about 4X4 by now and how to throw chains over logs and such. Hey, don't take this as hate, consider it to be helpful criticism.
Robert Chaffee
Robert Chaffee Ամիս առաջ
Nice job Jr. You've got the best instructor. I had my son trouble shoot and repair his furnace today. He did well also, made the repair.
r. michael wilensky
r. michael wilensky Ամիս առաջ
How much did it cost for the two logs? How much wood did it yield? Thanks.
SchwingMann Ամիս առաջ
Blue Staining in pine can also be signs of inbeded iron. most big sawmills wont cut it because it runs the risk of damaging the blade and slowing down production. could be nothing but keep that in mind/ have an extra blade on hand if you have any sort of time frame on the timber framing project
Rick Nesbitt
Rick Nesbitt Ամիս առաջ
Good job Jack. Good job papa!!!
Jason Schau
Jason Schau Ամիս առաջ
Where's your helper pipe for your binders?
lisowskicf Ամիս առաջ
Great job Jack! I wish I could have had those experiences with my dad in north Germany. God bless.
Alphonso Tate
Alphonso Tate Ամիս առաջ
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