Skidsteer Training Videos Link (60 to 300 mb)

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TriHonu

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Messages
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Thanks Ken, something to have a look at!
The videos are from the National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Schools (NAHETS) Skid Steer Training Course.
The files are in .M4V format (iPod video files) that can be viewed with Quicktime. The files are large. I have listed the contents of each one so you have a better idea of what is covered in each video.
I suggested a Subforum for Training Materials a while back. This would be a good thread to start consolidating information available on skid steer operation.
SS-101 Skid Steer Loader Orientation - 84 meg
Introduction
Safety General
Parts, components and controls
History and Development
Unique Characteristics and Advantages
SS-102 Skid Steer Manual Overview - 41.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Section Overview
Maintenance Section
SS_103 Skid Steer Loader Safety - 122 meg
Introduction
General Safety
Accident 1
Hydraulic Fluid Injury
Accident 2
Modification of Safety Devices
Accident 3
General Safety 2
SS_104 Skid Steer Loader Maintenance - 305 meg
Introduction
Safety
Preparation
Greasing
Engine Compartment
How Engines Work
Air Filtration System
Walk Around Inspection
Maintaining the Drive System
End of Shift Procedure
SS_105 Skid Steer Work Tools and Features - 92.8 meg
Introduction
Safety
Quick-Connect System
Hydraulic Line Connection/Danger
Work Tools
Work Tools Operation - Controls
SS_106 Skid Steer Loader Controls - 120 meg
Introduction
Safety
Hand/Foot Controls
Direction/Travel Controls
Auxiliary Work Tools
Console
Glow Plug Operation
Informational Gauges
Service Hour Meter
Fuel Information
Lights
SS_107 Skid Steer Loader Maneuvering - 142 meg
Introduction
Proper Operation
Safety
Pre-Operation
Basic Maneuvering
When the Machine is Stuck
Safety Berms and Ramps
Adding Material to the Stock Pile
Ascending / Descending a Hill
Maintaining Ramps
SS_108 Skid Steer Staging Setup - 228 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging Basics
Establishing a Staging Area
Bucket Technique
Dozing material with a Full Bucket
Grading with a Bucket
Repairing Mistakes
Back Dragging
Knowing the Game Plan
Develop your "Eye"
SS_109 Skid Steer Field Operation Work - 264 meg
Introduction
Safety
Full Buckets
Add or Fill Materials in Layers
Project Layout
Stake Markings
Grade Checking
Constructing a Pad
SS_110 Working with Trucks - 105 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging
Truck Loading
The Y Pattern
Loading a Truck
Loading and Transporting
SS_A01 Skid Steer Loader Sidewalk Trench Excavation - 142 meg
Introduction
Safety
Marking the Work Area
Off-Set Stakes and Marks
Scope of Planned Project
Measurement / Cuts and Fills
Grade Checking
Markings for Excavation Work
Taking Shots Using Boot Marks
Excavating the Trench
The Final Product
SS_A02 Ramp Stockpile Building - 70.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Berms and Ramps
Keeping Loaded Buckets Low
Maintaining the Ramp
Maintaining Safety Berms
Ramp Safety
SS_A03 Skid Steer Berm Construction - 59.5 meg
Introduction
Safety
Project Scope
Slope Ratio
Lay Out the Project
Add the Fill Material
Flatten the Top
Build the Slopes
Shape the Slopes
Shine it Up
Do the Final Cleanup
The Finished Product
 

owensge

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Joined
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Messages
326
The videos are from the National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Schools (NAHETS) Skid Steer Training Course.
The files are in .M4V format (iPod video files) that can be viewed with Quicktime. The files are large. I have listed the contents of each one so you have a better idea of what is covered in each video.
I suggested a Subforum for Training Materials a while back. This would be a good thread to start consolidating information available on skid steer operation.
SS-101 Skid Steer Loader Orientation - 84 meg
Introduction
Safety General
Parts, components and controls
History and Development
Unique Characteristics and Advantages
SS-102 Skid Steer Manual Overview - 41.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Section Overview
Maintenance Section
SS_103 Skid Steer Loader Safety - 122 meg
Introduction
General Safety
Accident 1
Hydraulic Fluid Injury
Accident 2
Modification of Safety Devices
Accident 3
General Safety 2
SS_104 Skid Steer Loader Maintenance - 305 meg
Introduction
Safety
Preparation
Greasing
Engine Compartment
How Engines Work
Air Filtration System
Walk Around Inspection
Maintaining the Drive System
End of Shift Procedure
SS_105 Skid Steer Work Tools and Features - 92.8 meg
Introduction
Safety
Quick-Connect System
Hydraulic Line Connection/Danger
Work Tools
Work Tools Operation - Controls
SS_106 Skid Steer Loader Controls - 120 meg
Introduction
Safety
Hand/Foot Controls
Direction/Travel Controls
Auxiliary Work Tools
Console
Glow Plug Operation
Informational Gauges
Service Hour Meter
Fuel Information
Lights
SS_107 Skid Steer Loader Maneuvering - 142 meg
Introduction
Proper Operation
Safety
Pre-Operation
Basic Maneuvering
When the Machine is Stuck
Safety Berms and Ramps
Adding Material to the Stock Pile
Ascending / Descending a Hill
Maintaining Ramps
SS_108 Skid Steer Staging Setup - 228 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging Basics
Establishing a Staging Area
Bucket Technique
Dozing material with a Full Bucket
Grading with a Bucket
Repairing Mistakes
Back Dragging
Knowing the Game Plan
Develop your "Eye"
SS_109 Skid Steer Field Operation Work - 264 meg
Introduction
Safety
Full Buckets
Add or Fill Materials in Layers
Project Layout
Stake Markings
Grade Checking
Constructing a Pad
SS_110 Working with Trucks - 105 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging
Truck Loading
The Y Pattern
Loading a Truck
Loading and Transporting
SS_A01 Skid Steer Loader Sidewalk Trench Excavation - 142 meg
Introduction
Safety
Marking the Work Area
Off-Set Stakes and Marks
Scope of Planned Project
Measurement / Cuts and Fills
Grade Checking
Markings for Excavation Work
Taking Shots Using Boot Marks
Excavating the Trench
The Final Product
SS_A02 Ramp Stockpile Building - 70.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Berms and Ramps
Keeping Loaded Buckets Low
Maintaining the Ramp
Maintaining Safety Berms
Ramp Safety
SS_A03 Skid Steer Berm Construction - 59.5 meg
Introduction
Safety
Project Scope
Slope Ratio
Lay Out the Project
Add the Fill Material
Flatten the Top
Build the Slopes
Shape the Slopes
Shine it Up
Do the Final Cleanup
The Finished Product
I must of missed that. I will put one up here shortly..
 

01Time

Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2020
Messages
5
The videos are from the National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Schools (NAHETS) Skid Steer Training Course.
The files are in .M4V format (iPod video files) that can be viewed with Quicktime. The files are large. I have listed the contents of each one so you have a better idea of what is covered in each video.
I suggested a Subforum for Training Materials a while back. This would be a good thread to start consolidating information available on skid steer operation.
SS-101 Skid Steer Loader Orientation - 84 meg
Introduction
Safety General
Parts, components and controls
History and Development
Unique Characteristics and Advantages
SS-102 Skid Steer Manual Overview - 41.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Section Overview
Maintenance Section
SS_103 Skid Steer Loader Safety - 122 meg
Introduction
General Safety
Accident 1
Hydraulic Fluid Injury
Accident 2
Modification of Safety Devices
Accident 3
General Safety 2
SS_104 Skid Steer Loader Maintenance - 305 meg
Introduction
Safety
Preparation
Greasing
Engine Compartment
How Engines Work
Air Filtration System
Walk Around Inspection
Maintaining the Drive System
End of Shift Procedure
SS_105 Skid Steer Work Tools and Features - 92.8 meg
Introduction
Safety
Quick-Connect System
Hydraulic Line Connection/Danger
Work Tools
Work Tools Operation - Controls
SS_106 Skid Steer Loader Controls - 120 meg
Introduction
Safety
Hand/Foot Controls
Direction/Travel Controls
Auxiliary Work Tools
Console
Glow Plug Operation
Informational Gauges
Service Hour Meter
Fuel Information
Lights
SS_107 Skid Steer Loader Maneuvering - 142 meg
Introduction
Proper Operation
Safety
Pre-Operation
Basic Maneuvering
When the Machine is Stuck
Safety Berms and Ramps
Adding Material to the Stock Pile
Ascending / Descending a Hill
Maintaining Ramps
SS_108 Skid Steer Staging Setup - 228 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging Basics
Establishing a Staging Area
Bucket Technique
Dozing material with a Full Bucket
Grading with a Bucket
Repairing Mistakes
Back Dragging
Knowing the Game Plan
Develop your "Eye"
SS_109 Skid Steer Field Operation Work - 264 meg
Introduction
Safety
Full Buckets
Add or Fill Materials in Layers
Project Layout
Stake Markings
Grade Checking
Constructing a Pad
SS_110 Working with Trucks - 105 meg
Introduction
Safety
Staging
Truck Loading
The Y Pattern
Loading a Truck
Loading and Transporting
SS_A01 Skid Steer Loader Sidewalk Trench Excavation - 142 meg
Introduction
Safety
Marking the Work Area
Off-Set Stakes and Marks
Scope of Planned Project
Measurement / Cuts and Fills
Grade Checking
Markings for Excavation Work
Taking Shots Using Boot Marks
Excavating the Trench
The Final Product
SS_A02 Ramp Stockpile Building - 70.2 meg
Introduction
Safety
Safety Berms and Ramps
Keeping Loaded Buckets Low
Maintaining the Ramp
Maintaining Safety Berms
Ramp Safety
SS_A03 Skid Steer Berm Construction - 59.5 meg
Introduction
Safety
Project Scope
Slope Ratio
Lay Out the Project
Add the Fill Material
Flatten the Top
Build the Slopes
Shape the Slopes
Shine it Up
Do the Final Cleanup
The Finished Product
Looks like the site that hosted these videos is no more. Are you able to re-upload them to another site?
 

Rlachermeier

Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2015
Messages
16
Actually watched the entire video (on speed 2X). Always educational. The second half's attempt at comedy was a little lame but hey they were trying to make it entertaining. I have a 751 so watching a video where they used a 753 was nice.

I wished I'd seen this video before loading my 751 (after buying it used at an auction) I actually loaded it onto my trailer going forward instead of reverse. That may of had something to doing with destroying my trailer jacks. I used a 7000lb car hauler to transport it. Something I wouldn't recommend.
 
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