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Dude! That woman sounds Canadian... did you know that before you dated her?
@8ftbed only when used in the same sentence in that order. Id just answer both.
@Malcolm I'm not Canadian(however I have considered moving there) but I am definitely an outside looking in type as well,it's a good thing
Canadian women run free and wild up here, there are no zones, pools, or licenses to be attained to get one. But be forewarned, if you do manage to catch one, best take your pants off now and give them to her. Lol. It's a good thing thou, don't worry. 😂
@Keith Walker What's hard to understand? Politicians are like spoiled misbehaving children. The nice little old lady is there to beat them with a spoon when they get too far out of line, just like my grandma did.
I've got that same lunchbox. Nice.
You don't get this quality one handed footage just anywhere on the net. Only AVE!
I find your methods and language rather... interesting.
Whoever employed the individual to do the original wiring job was violating child labor flaws. And while we're speaking of flaws with that wiring, there's no better place to enjoy a nice warm battery fire than right next to a full tank of propane. That'll wake up the kids!
Nuns on the run!!!
Trailers and cars are not from the same universe. The real problem is we keep demanding otherwise.
Just recently found your channel. Content is great. Also emjoy your humor and someone not afraid to let their personality show. Keep up the good work.
Blie thing is a t tap a proper connector for auto and low voltage
Awesome!! I didnt know anyone else sang @8:55 , that is my jam in the shop.
I put my meter on a hot 480v 100amp circuit while set on ohms by accident one time. Didnt even pop the fuse or hurt it.
The first time you had Sex was Under the Truck? (I understand the One Handed in the Dark)
No lock on the hitch? No more hitch.
If you put one of the jaws of your side cutters on the knuckle of the tie wrap the other jaw under the tie wrap and cut it shears the tie wrap flush no edge to damage the skin
Thanks for your valuable time good video been there I carry a 12 volt test light in all my autos figured out problems many times Bill N LINY
Don't forget yer tricorder.
Your ball hitch needs a greasin :)
7:43 Wire nuts!
Marettes on vehicle/trailer brake wires...on the underside no less...that was a Coquihalla Highway torpedo waiting to happen.
Well say it as it is ...chuckling to myself as that's about the way most of us end up doing it and the comments as we do it , like you it ain't fun repairing others balls up but it's really interesting seeing how they did it and knowing its 1 step from a death trap ..great video tho very entertaining
At 0:24 I noticed that you have the same Geiger Counter that I have. Never leave home without it!!!
I was just typing "The only radio station available in Canada is the Communist Broadcasting Corporation." and then he said he's listening to 'the CBC' and I twitched IRL. I was only joking, I didn't know you guys were that bad. :(
It’s never the last thing I fix or the last place I look. I keep fixing or looking so it’s the second to last thing fixed or spot that I looked.
😂😂😂 I died at the very end
Can I just get you singing that song as an mp3 I need that for my ringtone.
On jobs like this I solder all my connections. For things like this I have found wires nuts and crimps not up to the task.
you only get paid in 6 packs? Dude come to Ontario, that job would have been AT LEAST a 24 and some moose sausage
some fuckin kid wired my trailer.... if I ever find out who it was, I'm going to beat the crap out of his parents
Trailer brakes are great when they work and a pain when the wiring is messed up. I went down to Foley Alabama and picked up a Deutz diesel powered concrete pump for someone. The wiring was all messed up and the brakes were not working at all. To say the thing was heavy is an understatement, it had twin torsion axles and I believe it was something like 10K pounds. I went to the scumbag store and bought some orange extension cord and used it to run the lights and such. I found that it lasts longer since it has a jacket over everything. I ran a ground all the way to each brake along with a positive then each side getting it's own line dedicated to it and then ran another piece of cord to each tail light then hook up left and right turn and running light. Honestly it's probably faster and better to just yank out all the old crap than to fix what is there.I have rewired multiple trailers this way and it beats the pants off of that 3 wire crap they sell for "trailer' wiring. The hardest thing about it is tapping into the running light circuit on each side and then not cutting the turn signal for the opposite side to keep the integrity as good as possible and adding an extra wire from the plug to the frame if you don't have trailer brakes for the ground. Usually with brakes you have a battery so I just run three sections from the plug (9 wires total) bringing two ground lines to the battery with two positive lines, brake ground is ran to each hub and positive with left, right turn and marker lights and then one for backup lights. Hopefully that makes sense, anyway. And it's a lot cheaper than the big hefty 6 wire stuff they sell to go from the battery back and the 7 wire to go from the plug to the battery and then make all kinds of splices.
No scotch locks on trailers!! Solder and heat shrink (with snot) or the snot embedded butt connectors only!
I work on trailers alot and more often than not the breakaway switch gets a bunch of shit in it and burns up. And the wiring is garbage.
I like a good top hat crimp... easy to heat shrink over too
@15:48 - the "bias" is due to the operation. The leading shoe upon actuation wedges the trailing shoe between the drum and the anchor pin. As both wear, the point of effective frictional contact will climb the shoes. They do not wear concentrically relative to the drum..
@11:55 - I've noticed that even these shrinkable goo filled butt connectors have cheaped out the last several years - surprise! crappy metal of who knows what alloy too thin to get (in my opinion) a decent permanent mechanical crimp connection. Bags by the hundreds of heavy gauge seamless butt crimps (I think intended for solid wire?) available at electric supply houses work great. Tighter than a nun's ... um - habit. Heat shrink tube by the foot also cheap as Cananjun election rhetoric. I like to double bag and go at least an inch either side of the insulation termination for strain and vibration mitigation. Not a fan of receiving chum on the mug having to fix the same thing twice.Decent main terminals are also hard to source off shelf now. I've been making my own by vising and drilling copper pipe/tube (depending on cable gauge), then crimping the cable end in an engineer's vise with a diameter of steel wire to roll the crimp into a "heart" shape. Recently repaired an Isuzu city delivery in this manner. Fuck sakes, for what I'm charging - even at shade tree rates - put some integrity into the work rather than fecking on a Canajun Tire POS BCH thin terminal with a pair of lock-jaws!In my opinion, those plastic boxes of various "fix all" splices and tees are total shite for anything beyond getting the radio working to the next exit.Then again, what the fuck do I know.
Thumbs up for your singing!
Yeah, same thing happened to a Swissair MD-11 back in 98.
Hey man you gotta do a review on the 24 volt kolbalt impact driver and the drill driver/hammer drill
Steve-o trying to suppress commercial fire works mortars. Basically blasting safes. What would be a proper option to suppress the concussion?
Thanks for making this video AvE. Been watching your videos for a few years now and I finally decided to fuck off from dead end jobs and become an elec-chicken! Watching these troubleshooting videos gets my juices flowing and a few notes to put in the ol' guidebook upstairs. Taking some electronics classes at the local votech too for some low voltage fun, haven't seen the blue smoke monster yet alas.
The worst thing in troubleshooting is when you've been there for several hours and it was just in front of you
I'm from Germany (as most of your viewers are it seems :D) and I've never seen electrically actuated trailer brakes! All trailers with brakes here seem to have a mechanism where the trailer 'runs' into the towing car and that applies the brakes via a lever and steel cable or rod. If it detaches from the car, an additional safety wire/rope pulls on the brakes.
"Aaaannnd we have smoke" Gotta love that feeling
LMAO @ all the turd herders from the US who just unsubscribed. An for the ones who didn't get it turd herders are plumbers. Wish I could say I'll see you on the next one but you're waaaaayyyy out of my region hahaha love the videos brother. An from the IUOE 181 stay safe out there
i'm selling my trailer. thanks for making up my mind lol
soooo much cussing, I like that when people say what they think, I hate PC
I like da video.... you can't get this kind of douche baggery just anywhere. You gotta go to Canada.
I have the same problem i spend all that time trying to get it in and the first pump i mean bump it flips out.
I think you need a holiday in regional Australia to enlarge your vocabulary, add a bit more slang.
8:55 "Just the gas cap!" Marry that woman.
Don't go giving phone connectors a bad name at 8:10, that's one of those stupid squeeze connectors splices That are the number one cause for wiring issues for some reason; most likely improperly installed.
'cept of course the yoga pants what've never been ta yoga.. Dahhhahaha. Stored for future use.
I'm an electrician. A half hour into the troubleshooting I would go to lunch ordering a new trailer harness and light set. Faster and easier just to rewire the damn thing.
I am unfortunately an American trump supporter and still want to move to Canadia and meet uncle bumblefuck
step 1 of mechanicing: get you a BFH (big fukin' hammer) and learn as many swear words as possible ;)
By the power of greyscull!!!🤣🤣🤣🤣love that shit!!!
Why does it say you have 10k subscribers? What happened to the other million?
Whenever I'm searching for the right tool for the job, it's always in the last place I look. Spooky huh ??
The brake safety switch smoking killed me.
Tip when cutting zip ties. Don't cut them off, grab them in pliers and twist them off, it ensures no sharp edges