BREAKDOWNS!? Bring it on - Leg Arms

May 16, 2020
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It may seem like a lot of breakdowns but in all honestly this is a fairly normal day on the farm. Equipment is put through its paces day in and day out. Farming isn't easy on machinery and over time there will be breakdowns. Some breakdowns can be catastrophic but with a stellar man like LEG ARMS (Scott Welker) around, things keep going!

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  • leg arms loves fiking thing and nick

    8 788 787 days ago
  • Did you honestly hit the building trying to spray the small gap at end of video? The drone footage seems to make it look like you may have?

    D ThirteenD Thirteen23 days ago
  • How is legg arm doing

    Lauri CaronLauri CaronMonth ago
  • 😄 he thought the connecting rod blew thru the block

    DeignDeign2 months ago
  • In Northern California we would call it a pole truck.

    Chris DartingChris Darting3 months ago
  • All equipment breaks down some are just cheaper and easier to fix

    Josh WhiteJosh White3 months ago
  • Scott, you better hit the gym or you're gonna loose that title.

    LowJack187LowJack1874 months ago
  • Where you been there your poor younger brothers been working his butt off getting those great ass in bins up .lol

    Michael MijatovichMichael Mijatovich4 months ago
  • Dam that’s some flat ass land. Nothing like New England.

    tuunmastertuunmaster4 months ago
  • More respect for farmers!

    Lisa ListerLisa Lister4 months ago
  • Do y’all ever plow? Or just chem farm?

    J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms5 months ago
  • You guys should get a Milwaukee 1" impact

    Jesse JrJesse Jr5 months ago
  • Cameras would be good on the planter to show press wheel that you can’t see from the cab in straight travel, just a thought for next years planting, I’m sure Hollywood could do that with all this remote gear you can get these days

    J.B. MaxwellJ.B. Maxwell5 months ago
  • 18:40 bro no seatbelt?

  • Another great video bless y’all

    Dan FinleyDan Finley5 months ago
  • Awesome video!

    Caleb NordCaleb Nord5 months ago
  • you seem so calm and stuff when things break down , us potato farmers from when our equiptment breaks down you know cause of how pissed off boss man is hahahaa

    Colby GrayColby Gray5 months ago
  • You tire supplier is definitely in business to do business ! A good dealer

    Eddie Morton Tap ManEddie Morton Tap Man6 months ago
  • Surprised as cheap as rear camera’s are that you don’t have them installed on the rear of you bud’s when planting ? The older you get the harder is is on your neck to be looking forward and backwards when operating and planting since those wheels hang up ? I bet you do have a good crop of rocks every year .

    Eddie Morton Tap ManEddie Morton Tap Man6 months ago
  • Case maxxum 52 30 tractor yes

    Sherzodbek SherzodbekSherzodbek Sherzodbek6 months ago
  • "I hope that's not the Case." One letter can change the whole meaning... ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel6 months ago
  • Thanks for the nickname for my son. I have been calling him “Leg Arms” for a month. He did t understand. I just showed him this video. No he gets it. Lol. You tube took you off my sub list. Again. Weird.

    TowME trailersTowME trailers6 months ago
  • Good job Leg Arms it looks like they keep you busy with repairs. I know the feeling I worked in maintenance regular and computer maintenance.

    Steve RosenbergerSteve Rosenberger6 months ago
  • Does anyone remember the days when nick was the only one filming Then leg arms got into it slowly Then their dad jumps in and records on his own It’s evolution

    Demo ManDemo Man6 months ago
  • Leg arms has a drum

    Racing GuyRacing Guy6 months ago
  • Falas em português

    Isaele Pontes De Oliveira Pontes De OliveiraIsaele Pontes De Oliveira Pontes De Oliveira6 months ago
  • Will there be a video on that New Holland skid steere

    Matthew KelleghanMatthew Kelleghan6 months ago
  • The Ford with the blown steer tire pretty east fix, being empty on a gravel road going slow after the turn not too bad it will get your attention. I had a steer tire blow at about 45 mph with 21,000 lbs of milk in the tank on pavement, when each of the five spokes hit the ground that cab over cab on that GMC shook and shook. YA that was not all that much fun at the time. The rim was not round anymore it turned out to be a pentagon, it sure looked funny. I have had several big rig steers blow but nothing like that milk truck.

    Frank DeeganFrank Deegan6 months ago
  • there was so much ads

    Tadeusz WadachTadeusz Wadach6 months ago
  • Grease man's best FRIEND.

    jason kingstonjason kingston6 months ago
  • Bio degradable hydrolic oil? I heard Canola oil works fine. Thanks

    Dennis WilliamsDennis Williams6 months ago
  • You should have just asked them if they could patch that tyre 😂

    Ashley JacksonAshley Jackson6 months ago
  • Brasil Welker farms

    Reginaldo FranziniReginaldo Franzini6 months ago
  • Don’t put music when you’re starting up to4520

    Spencer SandSpencer Sand6 months ago
  • Why are you crying at the beginning

    M R LM R L6 months ago
  • I just got anti-seize all over my hands watching you replace that bearing.

    Zach GrantZach Grant6 months ago
  • You have to let go to if you see the button and press it

    Kristen KlingenbergKristen Klingenberg6 months ago
  • Great Video, Nick, Leg arms and Dad... say no more Thanks Tony

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage6 months ago
  • One of your best videos I have watched so far.

    Dave VaughnDave Vaughn6 months ago
  • Why did you take the lug nuts off before getting the tire/wheel in the air??? O_o

    Uncle DeezUncle Deez6 months ago
  • What year red blue dump truck

    ricky Brownricky Brown6 months ago
  • 17:34 Always put the truck in neutral with the park brake on Scott! very sloppy/unsafe work

    Jason SwiftJason Swift6 months ago
  • Where is Apache sprayer?

    Petar ElezPetar Elez6 months ago
  • spider rims too get some greenie to pull them off lol

    Travis ParksTravis Parks6 months ago
  • So if the packer wheel bearings getting trashed it a common occurrence, why not have a spare complete assembly ready to go so you have less down time? I made all of our cultipacker sub assemblies the same so I could just plug and play and only lose an hour or so instead of half or a full day and had whomever was on shop duty could rebuild it and have it on the ready rack ready to go when the next one failed.

    4schitzangiggles4schitzangiggles6 months ago
  • Excellent

    joel mollenkopfjoel mollenkopf6 months ago
  • Anyone know what the back ground music is ??? That kicks in from the beginning ?

    MrMagnat007MrMagnat0076 months ago
  • You didnt get hurt so its funny that you dropped the truck 😂😂😂

    Daniel BeirlDaniel Beirl6 months ago
  • What was that building you sprayed by?

    darkrevenger04darkrevenger046 months ago
  • Sounded like a fuel starved start.....

    G BlackG Black6 months ago
  • Prettygood hole! Looks like a skiff mark and hole on the sidewall as well, may have started there!

    tcraseytcrasey6 months ago
  • Hey everyone. If yall get a second you should check out Under Cover Michigan. He is a new youtuber in southern Michigan. He has good videos!! Some nice equipment and good stuff coming for content. Give him a check

    Jr KlockJr Klock6 months ago
  • 600

    Dominic AlossoDominic Alosso6 months ago
  • Grease the berrings every other 2 days

    Logan HesterLogan Hester6 months ago
  • like many others, i really like watching your videos, and follow your operation. That editing and closed caption, in sync with the music in the end, is absolutely fantastic🤩 is it possibly to get the name of the track and artist, played from 20:00? i'm by the way danish, and i was working on a farm near Savage in 2013, and i miss Montana even more, when i see your videos... keep them coming😅

    Rasmus7060Rasmus70606 months ago
  • A patch will work

    Subscribe NowSubscribe Now6 months ago
  • Where can I go to buy merchandise I want hoodies and hats

    Mike KefferMike Keffer6 months ago
  • Why don’t you use the Apache

    Dylan HadlandDylan Hadland6 months ago
    • We have 4 guys working, 2 big buds, big brute, and a magnum tractor rolling. That means the Apache sits and doesn't have a driver. Big brute is a better sprayer and can do more faster. Hope that helps!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms6 months ago
  • Hi a John Deere

    joni millerjoni miller6 months ago
  • Arm chair farmer here. Guys it just blows my mind that with a little PM, preventative maintenance, the bad steer tire(s) on the blue grain truck could have been replaced prior to planting. The same goes for the hydraulic hose(s) on the sprayer. The pillow block bearing appears to not have seen a bit of grease since it was replaced the last time you all worked on it! Do you at least have a maintenance schedule for each piece of equipment that would bring them into the shop during the off season for a visual inspection, r&r and lubrication? I've watched all year now and there seems to be a lot more equipment being used than ever went through your shop this last winter, at least from what I saw on your YT channel! You all are to be commended for show casing your farm, both the good and the bad but sadly a bit of the bad seems self inflicted! You all need to step up and MF, LF and SDK the maintenance end of your operation! PS I realize it is planting time but your parts room is a disaster!

    Peter HaanPeter Haan6 months ago
    • @Welker Farms Any answer, even a non-answer is better than no answer... however I can read between the lines! I thank you for taking the time to read my observations.

      Peter HaanPeter Haan6 months ago
    • There is so much more going on here than you could ever understand without being in our shoes.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms6 months ago
  • We geese out machine every time they get filled up which can be between 8-12 hours

    Bailey MattersBailey Matters6 months ago
  • Leg arms must have been drifting through that corner with the truck hehe

    Juris HincenbergsJuris Hincenbergs6 months ago
  • I'm commenting in the beginning of the video. But it seems a lot of the spring videos this year leg arms has been like the neighbour Wilson from Tool Time.

    tobimobiv1tobimobiv16 months ago
    • I wrote that right after he was hidden underneath Big Brute. And the 2 minutes after there he is. Good to see you leg arms. You're awesome

      tobimobiv1tobimobiv16 months ago
  • A question for LegArms. During planting and harvesting seasons, how much time do you spend repairing machines,trucks,etc. in the field and garage, compared to time spent sitting in a machine doing actual farm work(seeding, harvesting)? I like Walker Farms videos, very much.

    Tom GluthTom Gluth6 months ago
    • Thanks for answering me,very much appreciate it !

      Tom GluthTom Gluth6 months ago
    • That's a very good question... For the most part I think this year it was 50/50. But most years I feel like I'm like 70% or more in the shop or out in the field fixing something. The reason I tend to fix things is I can most of the time get things going again in a decent amount of time. But I know my dad and brother can do it as well.

      Leg ArmsLeg Arms6 months ago
  • I skip the first minute of all welker videos

    Mark JayMark Jay6 months ago
  • Legarms the swissarmy knife of welkerfarms

    dannesthlm1983dannesthlm19836 months ago
  • Been watching this channel for a while now and man its taught me a lot. Really helped me when making my farming vlog videos. Thanks guy’s & cheers 🍻 from Prairie Sunset Ranch !!

    Prairie Sunset RanchPrairie Sunset Ranch6 months ago
  • What are you spraying

    Blake BarfieldBlake Barfield6 months ago
  • When Legarms showed the hole in the tire I jokenly said "Heck you can plug That" LOL Stay safe guys

    Bob A. BongBob A. Bong6 months ago
  • On a JD 1820 the tolerance is so tight quite often you have to cut perfectly good packers off to get at a middle packer. Brutal design! Always thought of running it with the nuts off to see if the gang would loosen

    379insk379insk6 months ago
  • Running air seeder in ND. JD power/seeder/cart. We run cart behind, most all do in this area. It is felt that it allows a much better view of the seeder units. Appears that cart between does have a major weakness in that regard.

    Robert PappaRobert Pappa6 months ago
  • In New York City if you dig a hole and drop a couple of seeds in the ground, farm machinery fixes itself.

    KarenKaren6 months ago
  • Love the landing drip shot. Looked like little sparks flying across the ground.

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis6 months ago

    Yur Gonna LaughYur Gonna Laugh6 months ago
  • Awesome editing at the always great job..thanx for what yall do

    brittfarms2018brittfarms20186 months ago
  • You need an ag cam for next year to see what’s behind them tanks

    Drake FalknerDrake Falkner6 months ago
  • Not that I would want this to happen, but I would love to see a program where "feminists" are sent to farms to work for a summer. It would be the most entertaining show to ever grace television. They would no longer think that men and women are biologically or anatomically equal.

    insertnamehereinsertnamehere6 months ago
  • Awesome job leg arms 👍👍😉 and nick 💕

    Debbie LDebbie L6 months ago
  • Truck farm I worked at as a teen had 2 full time mechanics 3/4 of the rear doing just what just what Scott is doing

    mikemerrill175mikemerrill1756 months ago
  • Most important tool in the shop is the Kurig machine

    mikemerrill175mikemerrill1756 months ago
  • I feel your pain scott .its never happens at a good time. Small towns are awesome. Othello where I live is the same way.

    Mark StadelmanMark Stadelman6 months ago
  • Down with Monsanto

    TheDieselbutterflyTheDieselbutterfly6 months ago
  • The editing on this channel is phenomenal! I love watching it.

    Dustin KrausDustin Kraus6 months ago
  • Scott, where did you pick up your mechanical skills ? Self taught trial and error , school's. I have been a mechanic for a long time and I am impressed by your knowledge. Love all of your explanations!,

    Stephen SmithStephen Smith6 months ago
    • Well thank you but I half to say it's because my parents gave me much freedom to explore things. Everything I've learned has been mostly been self taught. Living on a farm that runs older equipment gives one much to work on.

      Leg ArmsLeg Arms6 months ago
  • Great video! "I have got an idea, let's try it" - that is America!

    Lewis LindseyLewis Lindsey6 months ago
  • Does the front-mounted water cannon still around? thank you for this interesting for me, but work for you videos!

    Steven MerkelSteven Merkel6 months ago
  • Duck tape will fix it lol

    Clinton EmmertClinton Emmert6 months ago
  • Honestly Legarms whether the other front tire is good or not you should just get a set of new front tires

    Ottie OtterOttie Otter6 months ago
  • Legarms that little cup of joe would have made Brian Farming mad lol

    Clinton EmmertClinton Emmert6 months ago
  • Widow makers glad I don't have to play with those any more.

    dieselbass oh yahdieselbass oh yah6 months ago
    • Good reason they are slowly going extinct!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms6 months ago
  • How many Acer's do u a actually farm ?

    Matt KleinMatt Klein6 months ago
    • @Robert Welker thats a nice chunk. I'm from Saskatchewan n we farm 17;000

      Matt KleinMatt Klein6 months ago
    • 10000

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker6 months ago
  • I liked how Leg Arms put the tire back on. Although he didn't explain the type of time it was and the process. You can see that he placed a hammer near the tire to check the balance of it. Very well done

    Grassy Lake FarmGrassy Lake Farm6 months ago
  • How does one go about buying one of them minty hats

    MrNezzy7MrNezzy76 months ago
    • Check at welkerfarmsinc web then merchandise

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker6 months ago
  • That's the beauty of farming!!!

    Cedric BroussardCedric Broussard6 months ago
  • Good thing the tire on ol Blue didn't blow at a higher speed.

    Clint HochreinClint Hochrein6 months ago
    • Yes

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker6 months ago
  • Is it ok?

    James McMahon IIJames McMahon II6 months ago
    • @Robert Welker did you poke it with a stick off camera?

      James McMahon IIJames McMahon II6 months ago
    • Is now

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker6 months ago
  • Ag Leader camera system would give you visibility of the back of your planter!

    J MillerJ Miller6 months ago
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    Luke JacksonLuke Jackson6 months ago
  • Great video Welkers

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen6 months ago
  • That digger derrick has to be one of your most versatile tools. Love it.

    Joel On GridJoel On Grid6 months ago
    • Use it more than we thought

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker6 months ago