Gold Rush - $750,000 In Two Days - The Best Gold Mining Setup - New Equipment - Gold Rush Gameplay





Gold Rush - $750,000 In Two Days - The Best Gold Mining Setup - New Equipment - Gold Rush Gameplay



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It baffles me how you didn’t just think to do what any gold digger or construction person would do and that’s expand the hole so you can drive down at a slope and reach the bottom 😂 rarely do people rely on a long reaching bucket to dig big holes, you’ve got to expand the hole and drive down to the bottom!
Very late comment, But could you not have lowered the ground under the excavator to get to the bedrock?
Gold diggers + Gold NUGGETS🥐🥐🥐🥐 = Chicken nuggets
Can you bench yourself down? Like cut 4 feet or so to lower your self?
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Good content sir.
you can dig a ramp leading down in to the hole
an once is about 30 grams, a little less
You bught the big gas water pump
Most common phrase he has said "But Hey"
I use 2 franks that carry the pay dirt right into the wash planet, so no dump truck needed (better setup) :P Cool video tho :)
Good vid
you can automate the system a little better. Cut the truck out and chain multiple franks together in a conveyor belt system straight to the plant.
And then we never saw the game again.
17:09-17:28 seems like the best part of this video
You bought the gas one that’s why it needs gas
No offence but i wanted to punch you in the face when you bought the wrong water pump and said,"It needs gas?"
1 oz is 28 grams
You bought the gas powered one
Pretty sure it updated since you played
the truck has oil pressure this time.... must have had an in-frame /s lol


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.