Leg Arms Weighs 460lbs? 🤔 That Ain't Right!

Sep 9, 2020
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Amazing machinery and a walk down memory lane. Times sure have changed! And Leg Arms weighs 595lbs?! 😂 Some shenanigans going on here... 😁
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  • Yea I looked out the window alot when I was in school & I'm the same way I may know how too fix it but I can figure it out

    JEFFERY ThorntonJEFFERY Thornton2 days ago
  • My son (12 now) have dyslexia , but on the other side he talks over mars/sun and the universe like a pro . So strange . Keep on farming for the good Belgian Wafels ;)

    Mike SabbeMike Sabbe10 days ago
  • Leg Arm I am 55 yearsold and have a intellectual disability. I have a passion for agricultural machinery I've learned about agricultural machinery playing Farming Simulator and I'm learning something new every time I play. I have achieved a lot myself proud of it.

    Douglas RobertsonDouglas Robertson15 days ago
  • My dyslexia to

    Nathan van NiekerkNathan van Niekerk17 days ago
  • what was the JD ???? i used to drive a 1967 JD 4020 power shift

    david appletondavid appleton17 days ago
  • @welkerfarms @legarms I too am dyslexic and I do totally agree with you and that's why I've taken up blacksmithing sending peace love and respect to you all from the UK.

    gordon farmer's forgegordon farmer's forge19 days ago
  • Crazy technology on them Cases. Love em!

    Mr. AMr. A23 days ago
  • what do you prefer john deer or case

    Mateo LermaMateo Lerma24 days ago
  • Thank you for sharing your ideas on intelligence. I think our society has a limited idea of intelligence. So many people who are different than the average person have great strengths in areas that the average person doesn't. Brilliance comes in many guises. I have a dyslexic friend who has helped my son, who has asperger's syndrome, learn to work hard in construction, even if he doesn't like doing anything but computer stuff. My friend is brilliant with woodworking and is a general contractor. He learned to work hard to overcome his "disability" which in turn helped him to help my son.

    Fay HendersonFay Henderson26 days ago
  • We got a new holland we put on the graincart it cam go 35

    Jamie WickJamie WickMonth ago
  • Leg Arms you are not alone, when I was in school I got progress reports all the time, I had a hard time with it.

    Michael WoodMichael WoodMonth ago
  • If u judge a fish by the ability it climes a treee it will belive his hole live thay he can't do it

    cronje van der merwecronje van der merweMonth ago
  • I am also dyslexic i swap numbers and letters

    cronje van der merwecronje van der merweMonth ago
  • Love the way Leg Arms thinks!! It’s awesome to know y’all were homeschooled too!!!

    Powerstroke 444Powerstroke 444Month ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • I read on Cole the Cornstar comments that leg arm had an accident?

    My FavsMy FavsMonth ago
  • Where are u location? what state are in

    Cathy DuerstockCathy DuerstockMonth ago
  • I love the farm

    Pebbles HydePebbles HydeMonth ago
    • 🐃🐄🐎

      Pebbles HydePebbles HydeMonth ago
  • For a person with dyslexia this was amazing leg arms

    KrypT HeroKrypT HeroMonth ago
  • Awesome looking Tractor and Cart Nick

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin ChristiansenMonth ago
  • Great talk LegArms

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin ChristiansenMonth ago
  • Great video Welkers

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin ChristiansenMonth ago
  • Are the bags water proof?

    Allen DavenportAllen DavenportMonth ago
  • Dyslexia is know now but i was labeled as could if applied myself! Like you said I can see things in like 3d, people ask me how I fix things I say ask God , He gave me my two hands!!

    Allen DavenportAllen DavenportMonth ago
  • My sister, her son & daughter are all dyslexic. They are all very smart, but struggled with school. They have done great things in their lives. Remember, many amazing people had dyslexia: Alexander Graham Bell, Michael Faraday (physicist/chemist), Galileo, James Clerk Maxwell (Quantum Mechanics), Thomas Edison

    thr8061thr80612 months ago
  • Leg Arm’s I feel you I am dyslexic too

    Hayden GreenHayden Green2 months ago
  • "This may be the best weed on the farm!" 😄😋

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • Same leg arms.books I struggled but in the shop with welder wrenches as a kid and now I was a Doctor a professor

    Steve DyerSteve Dyer2 months ago
  • Hey leg arms I couldn't have said it better . I have delt with dyslexia my whole life. It was nice to hear what you had to say! God bless!!

    Matt FoleyMatt Foley2 months ago
  • Leg Arms, much respect and thanks for sharing that about yourself! I too have dyslexia and to this day, in my mid 30's, I still struggle with it. I share alot of your same views about the disorder and experiences from childhood. I always considered it a curse, where I was always treated as different by my classmates in school, and to some extent lesser. It sucked knowing that if it took the avg student an hour to do their homework, I would be at for at least double and some times triple that! However, if you learn to work through it, it does create a stronger work ethic and a willingness to preserve through adversity. I went from barely scraping by in HS to graduating with honors in College. It didn't come easy and it took alot longer for me than it might have for others but I feel that I'm stronger because of it!!

    oldblue97oldblue972 months ago
  • I'm vary dyslexia I'm 15 just started making my own farm i almost cry have a great day god bless

    Christina HewittChristina Hewitt2 months ago
  • I am mildly dyslexic. For me it's really when I write ( _like all the time_ ) and occasionally when I speak, but that could be my mouth in 5th and my brain in 4th

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy2 months ago
  • "It's like a baby's first bottle of milk" I hope her mother's alright

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy2 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • Im exactly same leg arms and my parents were teacher's.I love to weld and build things work hard any day of the week. Deal with it my way wouldn't change it ethier My dad went to Stanford University

    cntsles fabricationcntsles fabrication2 months ago
  • If you had to you could tape the water hose onto the auger spout and move the spout around to where you need it for a fire on the ground

    Henry McCabeHenry McCabe2 months ago
  • Awesome Video!!

    Marshall WeberMarshall Weber2 months ago
  • IF you got the Looks and Leg Arms got the muscle where did the brains go?

    Saber Tooth DuckSaber Tooth Duck2 months ago
  • Need a tongue weight scale display along with the scale display for the entire cart weight

    Pat PikulskiPat Pikulski2 months ago
  • Watch my last video of abandoned semi and equipment.

    Jacob GibsonJacob Gibson2 months ago
  • I know someone who can read any medical book any law book close the book and describe what was read in detail, but can not write anything about what was read. As a grade school student the family Doctor said you are just lazy, until he learned about ADHD. Upon a visit with the Doctor years later the Doctor apologized and stated that in some places the two halves of the brain were not connected properly.

    Frank DeeganFrank Deegan2 months ago
  • How many acres do you farm? What do you grow?

    Dale SnowDale Snow2 months ago
    • 10K. We are limited to low moisture needed crops like cereals and pulses.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Love the video keep up with the great work

    christopher lindchristopher lind2 months ago
  • You can reverse the fan on them, its a button on your control arm. At least it was on our magnums and puma`s :)

    FarmnorwayFarmnorway2 months ago
  • Leg arms. I can't thank you enough for your talk. My boy is 8 years old as of 09/11. He is struggling at math and reading in school. Your message was great. He said he is like me dad I can do anything. God bless you leg arms........ great message.

    Brian BaxterBrian Baxter2 months ago
  • Dixlksic people... It's amazing how many dikslixac people are EXCELLENT at other things.! USEFUL things.! Things that you can do✔️, where others have to pay a small FORTUNE to get done✖️. Take, welding, for example. How much would it cost for a welder to come out, or for you to take the job to them, and do a 5min job.?? How much would it cost to replace all the 'diggy' bits on the digger/cultivator at a dealership.? How much would it cost for someone to come and build a BIG BUD from top to bottom.? Etc etc etc etc etc.. ALL this stuff AMAZINGLY, YOU CAN DO YOURSELF. You are massively MORE than EXCELLENT at ALL that kind of thing, where others, would be having to stump up a FORTUNE for someone else to come and do it for them. You ARE the EPITOME of INTELLIGENCE. Your 'summing up' of intelligence was kinda spot on. In my book🧐, intelligence is doing well, what you do.! Nothing really to do with reading and writing. On another page in my book🤣, it says something about, in 'real' life, reading how to put a shelf up, or, lay a carpet is pointless if you don't have the physical skills and nouse to actually do it. You can read and write as much as you want about doing something, but if you can't actually, physically do it, then what's the point🤔. I'd MUCH RATHER be you, and be able to do half the things that you can do, than ANY academic. Academics PAY people like you to do the things that THEY WISH they could do. YOU'RE GREAT😊 AS YOU ARE. WOULDN'T CHANGE A THING. LOVE THE VIDEOS, and very nice of you to open up and maybe help onesemo esle hatt may tcheaw hte divoe.🤯. 🤣 RICH (tendui dingkom) 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis2 months ago
    • Not sure how to say this.... thank you for your kind words!

      Leg ArmsLeg Arms2 months ago
  • Loving the flag on beastbine!

    Mongoose 01Mongoose 012 months ago
  • Our tractors have a smaller version of that radar under the tractor

    Thomas ConroyThomas Conroy2 months ago
  • Thanks for supporting the thin red line!

    William CarrWilliam Carr2 months ago
  • Ha. I got plenty of common sense, But a memory of a twig. Aint life fun.

    seeker143seeker1432 months ago
  • If you judge judge a fish’s abilities by it being able to climb a tree it’ll live its whole life believing it’s inept

    Westyn WelchWestyn Welch2 months ago
  • What brand of sunglasses is Leg Arms using please?

    krampemankrampeman2 months ago
    • Not sure

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • That automatic greaser is awesome we use them where I work they are programmable and can grease anything with them

    B MarkerB Marker2 months ago
  • I would say you guys have my kind of fun on the farm.

    Alan StantAlan Stant2 months ago
  • Nice to know we aren’t the only ones that struggled this summer with wild oats.

    Z all around FarmerZ all around Farmer2 months ago
  • If you're trying to seal your bags, use silage tape, seal really well and stops the bales going off prematurely.

    Tom SproulTom Sproul2 months ago
  • Thank you leg arms for sharing.You're right there's some things I have to do that scare the ......... well they scare me. But you have to get up, face your fears and keep trying someday you will progress further. Nobody will know about it except yourself. But what a feeling when you look back and say I with the lord's help did that. Keep going forward, maintain your faith be thankful for your health,strength and your family. And don't forget to enjoy life.

    Nigel MorrowNigel Morrow2 months ago
  • Scott, maybe if you didn’t have dyslexia, you would have gone off and be a lawyer, and you wouldn’t have got to be a part of the farm. God does everything for a reason

    DiarmuidDiarmuid2 months ago
  • That's cool I'm just like leg arms I'm dyslexic to

    Josh TateJosh Tate2 months ago
  • That funny looking bit under the Quad is a radar I think, for gps speed or just general speed. European drills use them a lot for metering seed

    liam lightliam light2 months ago
  • Scott you should try letting a different fields remain fallow every 7 years and see how the yield improves!

    Rich ManiscalcoRich Maniscalco2 months ago
  • Very Nice Yellow to old friend Nice guy You guys make this country great good job 👏 Stay save Tramp is going to win and keep USA 🇺🇸 in good shape I hope you guys will harvest a lot of grain China is buying a lot since Tramp is in the office About 2 million tons od wheat and 7 millions tons of corn 🌽 Good job guys rest of the country is great full for your hard work all year round And we need to take care of our farmers cross our country Democrats will ruin our economy over night Trump 2020 baby. Good lock guys we are watching and cheering for you God bless USA USA Thanks to you we are fed every day

    Jerry PrzybyldkiJerry Przybyldki2 months ago
  • Nick would you be able to attach the fire cannon from the bud to that tank on the grain cart? Just a thought maybe leg arms could make a fitting or adapter to make it work? Could have them send u a second one if so. Double the fire fighting capabilities! Great vid! Edit: leg arms what you said hit me right in the heart, I have always struggled to apply myself I don’t know if it’s dyslexia but I have real problems w learning in a class setting and just problems following through with things in general, which hasn’t been great for my life. So thanks for sharing you’re story it made me tear up! Thanks welkers!!

    Matthew dowdMatthew dowd2 months ago
  • Somebody called the principal on that man

    Kyle AlexanderKyle Alexander2 months ago
  • Nice job leg arms you broke it

    Kyle AlexanderKyle Alexander2 months ago
  • Love the insight leg arms you guys are humble and kind awesome channel guys

    Matthew ReckerMatthew Recker2 months ago
  • You had a 3rd combine in the Field

    Maxwell StrongMaxwell Strong2 months ago
    • That was last year. We didn't have a demo CaseIH combine this year.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • How old is your combines

    Maxwell StrongMaxwell Strong2 months ago
    • 2012/2013

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Thank you Leg Arms. I enjoyed the swamp cooler part also!

    Paul ThurmanPaul Thurman2 months ago
  • no way... I'm 230 and ain't half the size of leg arms!!!

    Scott KE0ZVZScott KE0ZVZ2 months ago
  • Hey Leg Arms; I think you hit the nail square on the head with your assessment of intelligence.

    Harvey Rouse JR.Harvey Rouse JR.2 months ago
  • Hey Nick ... How come u fold up ur auger Everytime?

    Matt KleinMatt Klein2 months ago
    • so no combine auger and cart auger tangle.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 1:59 thats a radar sensor, it measures the wheel slip

    JoBo 1-98JoBo 1-982 months ago
  • Thanks for sharing that Leg Arms! Very well spoken.

    Marshall outdoorsMarshall outdoors2 months ago
  • That thing under the Quad was the ground speed radar. Great videos. That cooler between the turbos is an intercooler which does cool the charged air before it hits the second turbo so you can get a better charge.

    Rob FergusonRob Ferguson2 months ago
  • I don't ever comment on many videos because if it wasn't for talk to text I would be a silent person because I am dyslexic some days you feel alone but leg arms well Scott thank you very much you make me feel that I'm not alone I struggled with this also all the way through my younger years until I was in vortex School but I graduated both of them with no help and support from others I still struggle yet to this day with it some people will tell you I'm a brilliant mechanic other people will tell you I'm just dumb anyways I love your philosophies I enjoy your family's videos keep up the good work

    loren golliherloren golliher2 months ago
  • For the cart, probably wouldn't be hard to make a mount for the hose nozzle As for the engine, that's the water-to-air intercooler

    Chaun McGuireChaun McGuire2 months ago
  • REMIND ME NOT TO MAKE HIM MAD you guys are a awsome family thank you for sharing

    tom stickneytom stickney2 months ago
  • When I fill a ag bag with corn silage I have to stand on the brakes to hold back so its packed tight. Do you do that filling the bag with wheat???

    Mike KahlMike Kahl2 months ago
    • The bagger has brakes that are adjusted to control the fill.

      Ron SommerRon Sommer2 months ago
  • I’d love to see you guys get an older quadtrac like a 9370 or 9380 and work your magic on it and fix it up. They are 400hp with 3pt and PTO so you could run the cart

    Luke HansenLuke Hansen2 months ago
  • Water cooled turbos are getting common. Look on garrets website, they have some really interesting write ups about it.

    Casey KraetschCasey Kraetsch2 months ago
  • Really cool story about the Swamp coolers!

    Sim Farmer 19Sim Farmer 192 months ago
  • Your a good man Leg Arms!!

    Sim Farmer 19Sim Farmer 192 months ago
  • On the chaser it has tracks what has more drag tracks or wheels and what’s better?

    GANNA EditsGANNA Edits2 months ago
    • on hard ground wheels.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • What’s more economical, you driving the case with the chaser bin or you driving the truck to each combine?

    GANNA EditsGANNA Edits2 months ago
    • The trucks are most cost effective if you purchased the two units. But the Cart scale is great.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Hey Legarms, I consider myself to be intelligent, however I do lots of stupid things.

    Andrew InbodyAndrew Inbody2 months ago
  • Keep making awesome videos on your i like watching your channel say safe and healthy with your family i hope this will get better soon 😀

    Brendon PartridgeBrendon Partridge2 months ago
  • Thank you Scott.. I was LD in a school that had no idea how to deal with me or my laundry list of learning problems. My parents were told from a elementary school principal that I’d never amount to anything and the best I’d ever be was a trucker or locksmith And not to expect me to graduate High School. I graduated HS, served in the US ARMY and graduated college. Sometimes it’s hard to shrug off the Naysayers and overcome but we adapt show them who we really are and what we can do.

    Steeveo McJamesonSteeveo McJameson2 months ago
  • We discovered my son struggled with dyslexia in the 2nd grade. He has a tudor that has helped him tremendously but he has to work harder than everyone else. He's 12 now. Thank you leg arms for sharing your experience. Your an inspiration for him.

    Jeff CassityJeff Cassity2 months ago
  • hey, im dyslexic too! made it through the marines and now im a unemployed pilot! lol

    C HC H2 months ago
  • Great video.Let Arm's I have Dyslexia to.I learn better from doing then reading it🙏

    Joseph hillJoseph hill2 months ago
  • That looks like a liquid to air intercooler. More efficient than a typical air to air and it doesn’t need to take up valuable space where they put the hydraulic cooler.

    Tim HTim H2 months ago
  • Sooo I think I might be dyslexic... how would I be able to find out? I always thought I was just weird

    Chesterfield_ 906Chesterfield_ 9062 months ago
  • I like your videos

    Sekar SrSekar Sr2 months ago
  • Cool old time stories, love them

    22video1122video112 months ago
  • Great message Leg Arms! Keep spreading the positive word.

    Chris DiamondChris Diamond2 months ago
  • On this day... 19 years (September 10th) ago 246 people went to sleep in preparation for their morning flights. 2,606 people went to sleep in preparation for work in the morning. 343 firefighters went to sleep in preparation for their morning shift. 60 police officers went to sleep in preparation for morning patrol. 8 paramedics went to sleep in preparation for the morning shift. None of them saw past 10:00am Sept 11, 2001. In one single moment life may never be the same. As you live and enjoy the breaths you take today and tonight before you go to sleep in preparation for your life tomorrow, kiss the ones you love, snuggle a little tighter, and never take one second of your life for granted.

    ReddogReddog2 months ago
  • 👍

    kb7722kb77222 months ago
  • I agree 100% legarms.

    Joshua TycerJoshua Tycer2 months ago
  • Talking to Scott

    Morgan UnruhMorgan Unruh2 months ago