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M C Hace 3 meses
A wise person once said that you only need to know two things to do a good concrete job. 1) Where you want the concrete placed. 2) The phone number of somebody with experience that can put it there for you.
412 PSE Kustomz, LLC
Also rather than cardboard you should have used expansion joint. It allows the concrete to expand and contract without damage.
Letzrockitrite Hace 3 meses
What's typically used is felt which comes in rolls ... but like pittle life suggested caulk like your life depends on it and check it yearly ... water under all that work would be super sad............ not to mention expensive.
Pittie life
Pittie life Hace 3 meses
Also caulk that joint so water dont go under and freeze and expand
Greg Adomeit
Greg Adomeit Hace 3 meses
Chet, Dougo, Eric and Brodie I drove a Ready Mix Truck for 18 years here in Michigan so I have seen acres of flat work done buy many who say they are professionals. You guys did a better job then alot of them, seriously. The slump of the concrete was perfect alot of contractors put to much water in it so it will be easier to place but the wetter it is the weaker it is. GREAT JOB.
Greg Adomeit
Greg Adomeit Hace 3 meses
@squintin480 yeah I have seen the same thing. To much water and it falls apart.
squintin480 Hace 3 meses
My stepdad drives a mixer currently. They had a finisher they quit selling concrete to because they put too much water in it and then would want the concrete plant to pay to have it tore up and redone. The contractor I worked for out of high school who taught me concrete finishing told me about another finisher he knew that wouldn’t order a “20x40” or something like that and would put so much water in it they could pour an entire slab and never move the truck!
Dusty K
Dusty K Hace 3 meses
Hilarious seeing the comments below. Concrete is not easy by any means, and for the average Joe, you guys did great. Just make sure to put some relief cuts in the slab. Love the content and keep the misc shenanigans along with the farming content.........
MrThisIsMeToo Hace 3 meses
Yep! Everyone is a keyboard concrete expert here on ESvid. Sad really.
RS4_JOSH Hace 3 meses
Duggo is the gift that keeps giving. He just gets better and better
Robert Larson
Robert Larson Hace 3 meses
Chip, what you refer as Cement is actually called Concrete. Cement, sand, gravel and water is what concrete is made of.
Allan Robertson
Allan Robertson Hace 3 meses
And chemicals as no concrete is made without them.
MrThisIsMeToo Hace 3 meses
You must be fun at parties?
Phrede Hace 3 meses
@Justin L. I am not a no one. It appears his Dad cares too.
Justin L.
Justin L. Hace 3 meses
@Luc ille It was “killing” you? Sounds pretty pathetic 🤣
Steven Sokulski
Steven Sokulski Hace 3 meses
Always one of these guys.
Jarrett Fullerton
Jarrett Fullerton Hace 3 meses
One of the things I love most about Doug is that he can BS so well that he always sounds like he knows what he's talking about...even when evidence suggests otherwise (sorry Doug!) Lol 🤣
412 PSE Kustomz, LLC
Just a tip guys. Oil the concrete side of your forms. Makes it much easier to remove once it sets up.
J Blazer
J Blazer Hace 3 meses
Diesel fuel for sure and we've even used pam cooking spray in the aerosol can when doing steps and stuff where you can get in tight places
Kristopher Lalko
Kristopher Lalko Hace 3 meses
I see alot of guys spray diesel on the form boards
TheSoloAsylum Hace 3 meses
No, they need the struggle bus to come by.
Mike Knapp
Mike Knapp Hace 3 meses
Old oil or creosote....just like the guys comments below....
JD_is_cool Hace 3 meses
diesel is cheap
Curtis Broz
Curtis Broz Hace 3 meses
Love it when Dougo "pulls out" those great comments! When will the prolapse video drop?
Darren. aka mojo gaming top6
Hope you do well this harvest chet dugo and family looking forward to understanding how you do all and amazed of all your hard work
Sledge Hammer
Sledge Hammer Hace 3 meses
Love watching you guys work. Everyone pitches in. That is a good feeling.
Travis Spafford
Travis Spafford Hace 3 meses
Should have had Ryan and his crew from Victory Outdoor Services come help you out! Would have been an amazing collab!
MrThisIsMeToo Hace 3 meses
Most people have a life outside of ESvid. You should try it.
Benjamin Sagau
Benjamin Sagau Hace 3 meses
They “only” live 500 Miles apart 😂
Kevin Gordon
Kevin Gordon Hace 3 meses
Glad Merlin is there. Someone needs to keep an eye on the crew.
Basil jarbo
Basil jarbo Hace 3 meses
I love watching the hard work you guys you have done at the farm, keep up the good work and be safe🙏
Greg S
Greg S Hace 3 meses
Never saw guys stay so clean pouring concrete. Good job.
fotomann40 Hace 3 meses
You guys did an awesome job! Looks great! Pay no attention to the haters!
Art Henry
Art Henry Hace 3 meses
That was pretty interesting!! Beats the snot out of mixing it in a wheel barrow and hauling it around in buckets!! Still, it looks a LOT like work to me. The team work made it better. Nice job guys.
billy hamilton
billy hamilton Hace 3 meses
Chet just wanted you to know you guys rock
zeekk109 Hace 3 meses
Cement is what you buy in the sack, concrete is the wet stuff you put on the ground, masonry is the term for laying bricks. Love the channel and content, bless you Eric for working with Chet lol.
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
@Howard RichRich you didn't ruffle my feathers. You missed the whole point. You felt entitled enough to be able to call the man ignorant because he didn't know something, but you don't know how to spell or use grammar. The main point is teach someone the correct way but don't call them ignorant, or stupid, ugly, or dumb. Be good to people. You didn't like it when a foreman was all over your butt. Also being able to lay brick is an art, I did it for over 40 years and I also see many homes, schools, and hospitals I have built, and it does give me pride. One of my mottos was that if it is worth doing do it right and take pride in your work. You didn't like it that I pointed out your shortcomings so how do you think the person felt that you called ignorant. Just because you work with your hands does not mean that you can't improve your mind. Be good to people, treat them as you would like to be treated. The Golden Rule.
Howard Rich
Howard Rich Hace 3 meses
@Bricky1952 well I'm sorry if I ruffled your feathers and the person doesn't know what he's talking about and I apologize about my spelling that's why I became a mason God made me a person that was to work physically and not mentally but I am proud of what I accomplish in my lifetime when I can drive up and down the streets and roads of my communities and cities and see what I built with my hands I am proud of that
MrThisIsMeToo Hace 3 meses
Thanks Cliff Clavin!
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
@Howard Rich Number one you say the man is ignorant. Look at your spelling and grammar as it is really bad. "Use" is incorrect if you meant to say you have or you've got it really wrong. The so is not needed. If you belonged to a masonry union you did work with brick, block, and stone and the construction of buildings with these products, you were a bricklayer. If you did concrete flat work, you would belong to the cement mason's union. Although related they are not the same. I am a retired masonry foreman, superintendent with 40 years under my belt. We didn't cross the line on jobs we stuck with our specialty. I do know how to do flatwork as I have seen enough of it done and I have done it on my own projects. Local 8 Illinois.
Jean Louis Binchet
Jean Louis Binchet Hace 3 meses
Bonjour, bravo à vous vous êtes capable de tout faire👌👍👏
BBR Cummins
BBR Cummins Hace 3 meses
Chett I see all the experts came out to correct everything you say SMDH, yall are doing a great job 👏
Lonnie Stone
Lonnie Stone Hace 3 meses
Someone forget all about Toby. He didn't get to put paw prints in the concrete. Great video guys. 👍👍
Steve Neal
Steve Neal Hace 3 meses
I think you guys did a awesome job on the concret. Thank you so much
Homey Hace 3 meses
Thanks for sharing all the things you do !
Paul Hace 3 meses
I wouldn't worry about your new concrete slab getting wet. Concrete loves water. It will do your slab more good than bad.
Phillip Dickinson
Phillip Dickinson Hace 3 meses
Wow Chet Dougo Randy Eric and Broodie that was great loved Eric and his way of working the concrete different but another great job by the team you guys got it down .
Steve Biddle
Steve Biddle Hace 3 meses
Nice work guys. Looks really good!
Tom Cleghorn
Tom Cleghorn Hace 3 meses
I have never figured out how concrete guys do it alll day every day!! Oh guys did a good job!
Jim Hace 3 meses
If you pull the card board out get you some SL1 the seal between the concrete slabs so water does not get in the crack. The SL will let the slabs move up and down and expand or contract with the weather but stay together and not let water get under your 4 inch slab. The water getting under the small slab could make it crack over time with the cold weather you get. This stuff is self leveling so make sure you dam up the ends of the concrete so it does not just run out.
Robert Kroboth
Robert Kroboth Hace 3 meses
U guys work so good together ❤️
Chris Gallagher
Chris Gallagher Hace 3 meses
Eric how the hell do you get up from that position without falling in...Lmao !! You guys got it done...Sweet work Fellas!!!
Ray Parker
Ray Parker Hace 3 meses
wire mesh is so much easier than rebar for a slab that is not going to carry huge load stresses!
David Robins
David Robins Hace 3 meses
A very productive crew on the job at the farm.
Samuel Hinsch
Samuel Hinsch Hace 3 meses
Keep it up Boys. Great content
Liz Hrubik
Liz Hrubik Hace 3 meses
You guys do it all. 👍
jandyg Hace 3 meses
I’ve poured thousands of yards of concrete. And this was a difficult pour. Mr. Chet supervised a great job. Dougo let all know, right off, that Chet was working. And they weren’t. Love it.
Lyle Stavast
Lyle Stavast Hace 3 meses
Erik - that was an outstanding display of flexibility on 3 points... :)
mike nawrocki
mike nawrocki Hace 3 meses
That was fun watching you guys doing massonary work. How did Eric not fall in.
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
Masonry work is working with brick, block, and stone. You are doing flat work as cement masons and laborers.
echutch Hace 3 meses
That should be the next t-shirt for you all… “Spread Legged and prolapsed” that might be one of his best lines ever.
Doug Weymer
Doug Weymer Hace 3 meses
Thank you Dougo! It’s concrete. Cement is the binding property in concrete. It’s like asking someone if they want a piece of flower instead of cake. I swear you guys do it on purpose knowing all of us concrete guys are screaming at our phones. Lol
Doug Weymer
Doug Weymer Hace 3 meses
That’s my story good sir.
Doug Weymer
Doug Weymer Hace 3 meses
Damn it Siri, you are correct sir
Dry Roasted
Dry Roasted Hace 3 meses
You mean Flour, the ground wheat product, not flower, the things your wife expects on your anniversary. Just since you're such a stickler for terms.
Jonathan Cranshaw
Jonathan Cranshaw Hace 3 meses
Just an FYI. Your rebars should never be closer than 2” from the outside of your pour. Never extend rebars outside of your pour unless you plan on pouring and connecting them to more soon there after. Rebars will rust away if exposed and therefore leave a void in your pour for water to get in and slowly rust away all the bars. Simply drill a hole in the enjoining pour and epoxy rebars to it
Chuck Bearden
Chuck Bearden Hace 3 meses
You guys are good. ✅. Very smart. Save the Farm!!!!!!!
Finley Latham
Finley Latham Hace 3 meses
Great videos keep it up 👍
Anthony Stubblefield
Chett you need a magnesium float!!! It makes the water come to the top to make a slurry to finish!
B H Hace 3 meses
“Spraddle legged and prolapsed” Lmao 🤣
Richard A. Hoehne
Richard A. Hoehne Hace 3 meses
Concrete Chet, CONCRETE. Although the terms cement and concrete are often used interchangeably, cement is actually an ingredient of concrete. Concrete is basically a mixture of aggregates and paste. The aggregates are sand and gravel or crushed stone; the paste is water and portland cement. Concrete gets stronger as it gets older. Or if you prefer: Ready-mixed concrete is used in construction projects where the construction site is not willing, or is unable, to mix concrete on site. Using ready-mixed concrete means product is delivered finished, on demand, in the specific quantity required, in the specific mix design required.
Michael McCloud
Michael McCloud Hace 3 meses
In Ohio, we add fly ash (by product of burnt coal) to offset cement totals. For example, order comes in for 50 yards of 6 bag with air (one bag of cement weighs in at 94#). We will offset 1 bag or 94# of cement for 96-98# of fly ash. It does take more but it saves us in the cost of cement. I don’t know if fly ash is used in other states.
Colorado Hace 3 meses
@Tooth Doc but why do they call it MOTOR oil ???
Tooth Doc
Tooth Doc Hace 3 meses
@Colorado Ahhh, never knew.....learn something everyday.
Colorado Hace 3 meses
@Chaka Gillis People use both interchangeably, but the difference is that motors run on electricity and engines run on combustion. The engine converts various forms of fuels into mechanical force, while the motor transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy.
Chaka Gillis
Chaka Gillis Hace 3 meses
Like motor and engine. Drives me nuts.
3366consur Hace 3 meses
you guys do every phase of work the right way from maintenance to concrete very nice this is coming from a 40 year concrete and demolition laborer great job
Andy Durance
Andy Durance Hace 3 meses
Apparently Concrete dries from the bottom up , Love your videos stay safe all of you
Mrbink01 Hace 3 meses
Brodie is going to have to film taking Chet and Erik to the barbershop pretty soon.
Paul Prigge
Paul Prigge Hace 3 meses
Concrete with the Hausses is an excellent ESvidr out of Pennsylvania. He works with his kids and they pour jobs 50 yards or less. Really awesome . Just like this channel is.
Scot Mayall
Scot Mayall Hace 3 meses
Usually at this point I’ve got some lose lip talk about nibbles or safety but TWO THUMBS UP FOR THE CREAM TEAM that’s right you know what I’m talking about. Couldn’t help myself😎
Chris Sperling
Chris Sperling Hace 3 meses
I want to come help,I love doing concrete, I sure miss working with my grandpa we poured a lot of concrete and built a lot of houses. Rest in peace grandpa. God bless and Semper Fi
Brandon Clark
Brandon Clark Hace 3 meses
You can use Magnesium or wood on outside concrete. Mags work lil better then wood does
Don Morgan
Don Morgan Hace 3 meses
That concrete really works the fire out of you. It sure makes everything better though. Good job guys. 👍👍👍❤️
Bryan Lloyd
Bryan Lloyd Hace 3 meses
Nice job for someone new at it!!
David Turpin
David Turpin Hace 3 meses
Nice improvements Question did you consider how water will exit Good drainage is key The last thing you want is a pool of water setting then turning to ice in your lovely winter weather
gene Gustafson
gene Gustafson Hace 3 meses
TL12 skid loader is the best built and plus you can get a lot of accessories for it.
Brad Pogue
Brad Pogue Hace 3 meses
Great job poring concrete you guys did a awesome job. One more tip is to get a magnesium trowel it does a good job smoothing the concrete out. Boy that brings back memories I have done a lot of it.
Rooftopmatty Hace 3 meses
Hopefully dougo got the 3 year/3000 hour warranty, cause you’re going to need it, once doosan bought out bobcat they’ve been built with nothing but cheap overly priced parts and are plagued with countless issues
Rooftopmatty Hace 3 meses
@Bricky1952 I run just about every kind of skid steer with all the contractors I work for and I prefer kubota over anything, yes the door rattles but it’s a lot better the case and new Holland where everything rattles, I’d take the 75 over the 95 or 97 due to a few things done with how the engines are built and what’s all attached to parts that arnt built strong enough to handle additional weight being added to them
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
Agreed, I run Takeuchi and they are a better machine. In the mini excavators I like the Taks and the Yanmars.
Rooftopmatty Hace 3 meses
@Reid Isaacson never said it was recently bought 2006 was the best year to own after that everything on bobcat was poorly built, in the last 3-5 years there is more problems with final drives and pumps lasting around that 1000 hour mark, and in the last couple years it’s been wiring and sensor issues that have plagued them
Reid Isaacson
Reid Isaacson Hace 3 meses
The one they have that’s 5 years old is also Doosan. You make it sound like they acquired Bobcat recently
Ticdaniel Hace 3 meses
Really nice video guys 👍👍 the whole crue on site working together
Wally Huppert
Wally Huppert Hace 3 meses
It's always fun to pour concrete Keep up the good work First class operation
Kevin Christiansen
Kevin Christiansen Hace 3 meses
Great job guys
Asquith Mainlines
Asquith Mainlines Hace 3 meses
Nothing better than pouring concrete. It produces such a nice finished product that if done properly will last you lifetime. I like to hand mix it with a stand mixer for smaller jobs like sidewalks and patios. One thing Dougo forgot to tell them is you can get severe chemical burns from wet cement so try to limit direct exposure to your skin as much as possible.
Tom Cooper
Tom Cooper Hace 3 meses
Well done you all hard work doing concrete
Kevin Krumma
Kevin Krumma Hace 3 meses
Good job guys 👍
Ted Heierman
Ted Heierman Hace 3 meses
Great job guys, My only comment would be the wrap the metal going in the concrete with plastic. The lime in the concrete will eat up the metal over time.
BW YinYang
BW YinYang Hace 3 meses
Coat it with bulliner stuff
Stan B
Stan B Hace 3 meses
Disclaimer: struggle bus! Chet said "it didn't turn out that bad, for farmers"
Jeff Simonar
Jeff Simonar Hace 3 meses
Have to get that small stuff done now because it won’t be too long and you’ll be harvesting. Tony fast agg is harvesting already👍🏼
Max Rowling
Max Rowling Hace 3 meses
Won't your concrete level change when you hook it over the longer boards?
scott maass
scott maass Hace 3 meses
Grandpa with a BRILLIANT excuse!!! Hahahha
Chris Hann
Chris Hann Hace 3 meses
I always say the reason concrete sorry “masonry” guys charge so much is because they earn it!
Steven Kruse
Steven Kruse Hace 3 meses
As an old ready-mix hauler, CEMENT is I ingredient of CONCRETE. What you continue to call cement. Chet, if I only had a dollar for every time I heard concrete referred to as, "cement", I would be retired.
Adam Suntken
Adam Suntken Hace 3 meses
Merlin is wise! Overshoes don’t fit my boots. ❤
steve kissel
steve kissel Hace 3 meses
Great video 👍 👍 Next time tell the driver to give it a drink before you pour. Add water so it's thinner. 👍👍
CuriousEarthMan Hace 3 meses
Howdy Erik! Wherever I've been in this country, Masonry is building with brick, block, stone, etc. Concrete work uses what comes out of a "mis-named" cement mixer and flows into forms or is sprayed on a form. You're doing concrete work there. If you were building tile silos, THAT would be the masonry part. Hope that helps! Dougo is right in my book. Cement, (as in Portland cement) is the GLUE that holds the other parts together (sand, aggregate, ad-mixes) that all together make up concrete, therefore concrete work.
CuriousEarthMan Hace 3 meses
@Bricky1952 It was a really great question! lol Kind of genius, actually, in a Zen way lol Questions like that expose limits in one's thinking. I very much agree: one must learn, or have the ability to think outside the box. I appreciate your good spirits! :)
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
@CuriousEarthMan One must have the ability to think outside of the box. My questions stumps a lot of people.
CuriousEarthMan Hace 3 meses
@Bricky1952I think neither, according to Monty Python. Many buildings are held together by the Great Mystico and his vast hypnotic spells. One building resident said: 'It's a great place to live, even if you're not sure if you believe in anything or not, when referring to a Mystico constructed high-rise'. I'd kind of look in that direction if you wish an answer you can rely on. In standard physics BOTH occur with mortar. Nice thought though :) (adhesion and compression are both calculated/design adjusted)
Bricky1952 Hace 3 meses
When doing Masonry work does the mortar in the joints hold the bricks apart as they are being laid or does it hold them together?
downfour47304 Hace 3 meses
You know what they say. “If you can’t finish high school you can always finish concrete.” Lol
Chris Marlatt
Chris Marlatt Hace 3 meses
Ya and why's your shirt blue chet??😂😂😂 everybody always has something to say. You don't do concrete everyday so I don't expect you to be a professional at it. I personally watch your channel for enjoyment not to critique. Looks good and that's all that matters. Thanks for all the videos
James Breault
James Breault Hace 3 meses
Great job men 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
caravanpwdrblue Hace 3 meses
Good job everyone!!! Keep the concrete / cement comments coming, we just might surpass numbers from a previous video. 👍
Bernie Straight
Bernie Straight Hace 3 meses
Heck I’ve done it for 46 years and you guys do better than most that call themselves professionals one thing cement is a powder cement is the mix not picken on you just so you know then you are just as good
Luk Bell
Luk Bell Hace 3 meses
Chet - next time get the CONCRETE guys to put a water reducer add mix in for ya. It’ll give it flow, higher strengths workability. Worth the little cost added. Great job though keep it up!
Michael Montgomery
Michael Montgomery Hace 3 meses
Nice work!!!!
waterdoode Hace 3 meses
Wood bring aggregate up, steel brings water up, aluminum brings portland up.
Mark Radell
Mark Radell Hace 3 meses
What percent air entrainment did you use in that concrete?
Jim McLean
Jim McLean Hace 3 meses
Well check you and Eric and Brody all got a good workout slapping the concrete around
buckman840 Hace 3 meses
How did big swede get out of that position? He must be flexible like an Olympic gymnast
Sally Dunbar
Sally Dunbar Hace 3 meses
I was looking forward to his dismount!😍
John Olynik
John Olynik Hace 3 meses
Just remember farmers are Jack of all trades a jack of all trades master of none is still better than a master of one
Steve Nicoson
Steve Nicoson Hace 3 meses
Thanks for another great video. It was interesting and enjoyable. Congratulations to all of you. You have graduated into cement finishers. Just giving you all a bad time. I thought you did pretty darn good. It looks nice all finished up. I see you had the crew all working plus Randy. Good work everyone!!! That will be nice having that all filled in when the new bin is up. Nice work all. Looking forward to seeing the new bobcat. You get a lot of use out of them. Concrete work is hard work no matter how you look at it. You had the right crew out in force to tackle the job. Super teamwork by all of you. Great!!!!! Thanks for showing us the project you all did and the bin construction progressing. Very interesting. Thanks. About it for now I guess. Glad you did not get a lot of rain on your concrete project. You all take care and be safe. Looking forward to the next video. Sincerely appreciate all the videos on all of this storm damage repairs going on. Thanks Chet. Thanks for everything Larsons. The Iowa farm boy. Steve.
Pedro Gunner
Pedro Gunner Hace 3 meses
I’m building my own house. We poured the footers by themselves and then poured the walls separately. We had to have a pump truck to pump the concrete in the walls and that pump truck operator was the biggest dick. I finally stopped him and told him I WAS PAYING HIM! I don’t care what else is going on, this is my house I need to make sure it’s right. His boss (the business owner) is a friend of mine and he and I had a conversation about it. I understand everyone is busy, but concrete isn’t something to half ass.
John White
John White Hace 3 meses
Never drill holes for rebar notch lumber you're making it impossible to strip lumber and never use wood blocks to hold rebar up because eventually the wood is going erode which going to make voids in concrete which weakens concrete
Jeff Bute
Jeff Bute Hace 3 meses
Spray concrete sealer on your finished concrete to protect and seal . Keeps moisture in slows down cure to prevent cracking and chipping
wbball15 Hace 3 meses
Look at the number of people who commented before watching the whole video. Farmyard Foreman Toby did all the hard work.
Gra Gor
Gra Gor Hace 3 meses
A radio costs nothing in the scheme of things compared to wasting your time. Just sell the unit with the radio and put a new one in the new bobcat.
Connor bender
Connor bender Hace 3 meses
You deserve a cold beer after this with this heat
TheSoloAsylum Hace 3 meses
The Big Swede works weekends stomping in bridge pilings for local construction companies.
Sheri Dagg
Sheri Dagg Hace 3 meses
Chet watching you today work that concrete. In 1960 my Dad his brothers aunts uncles & wives poured dads basement with 8 potable cement mixers ,8 wheelbarrows . Men running to pour their concrete & the ladies tamping From morning till dark basement walls 8 inches thick. & 8 feet high. To this day no leaks & still standing . After 65 years they just sold the house to retire in town Fun watching you guys work Oh by the way it doesn’t get totally dark up in northern Canada till after midnight sometimes later in the summer Great work by the way. 🇨🇦🇨🇦
BW YinYang
BW YinYang Hace 3 meses
Now thats a workout.
markus372 Hace 3 meses
I don’t get why you don’t want rain after concrete? I was taught to always keep the concrete wet during curing to avoid the slab cracking
Wes Delatour
Wes Delatour Hace 3 meses
Cement comes in a bag, you mix Portland cement with aggregate along with water and you get concrete. Calling concrete cement is the equivalence of calling bread, flour.
TRAIN CLIPS BC Hace 3 meses
Pouring ”cement” is like having a loaf of flour! Cement and flour are both powders used in making concrete and bread!
Kevin Christiansen
Kevin Christiansen Hace 3 meses
Great video Chet Dougo and Big Swede also Brody
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