We Built a WOODEN Drive Shaft! Will It Survive a Clutch Drop?? (VERY SKETCHY)

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  • Cleetus McFarland
    Cleetus McFarland   1 weeks back

    What should we build a drive shaft out of next? My mullet?

  • Matt Evans
    Matt Evans  14 minutes back

    3d print one from poly-carbonate

    • Cesar Mecinas
      Cesar Mecinas  2 hours back

      Would work if u fine a round post

      • Adam Robinson
        Adam Robinson  2 hours back

        didn't realize y'all were in clearwater. y'all are only around 5 miles away from me.

        • jason9022
          jason9022  3 hours back

          Hows the mustang so rusty underneath? Looks horrible

          • C.A.M Cars
            C.A.M Cars  5 hours back

            So we all just gonna Ignore how he had a fire in his front pocket when he was explaining?

            • TheMojo487
              TheMojo487  5 hours back

              I could have done without the horrible financial advice in the beginning. You guys got lucky if you're actually telling the truth.

              • Rg Rg
                Rg Rg  5 hours back

                it's gotta be round. wrapped with sheet metal. j b welded to keep together. bet that would work. for sure. rite???

                • tommy d u b b s
                  tommy d u b b s  5 hours back

                  Ford in Ferrari v Ford be like...

                  • DarthSmartt
                    DarthSmartt  6 hours back

                    I bet it would last pretty well if it was balanced.

                    • gamertaboo
                      gamertaboo  6 hours back

                      You need a round piece of wood! Get wood in the same diameter as the stock one. Throw a piece on a wood lathe or something.

                      • Craig Brown
                        Craig Brown  6 hours back

                        Next time use hard Maple dowel not fence post

                        • Joe Angell
                          Joe Angell  9 hours back

                          Use wood. Drill holes and fill with fiberglass resin. Then wrap entire wood length in fiberglass matting and resin.

                          • Joshua Bryant
                            Joshua Bryant  11 hours back

                            Dang good glue though. It held while the wood ripped in half

                            • Dewayne Son
                              Dewayne Son  12 hours back

                              Use hard wood not pine. And take it to a wood shop

                              • random
                                random  14 hours back

                                Build a driveshaft out of rubberbands...... or ropes

                                • bansheemania
                                  bansheemania  18 hours back

                                  I can Rebuild a Bike engine Blind folded ... When it Comes to Wood Work. No bueno... should've used Fence Post.. More Skookum

                                  • Pat Callahan
                                    Pat Callahan  18 hours back

                                    Here's an idea: put the stock drive shaft back in!

                                    • kyle kast
                                      kyle kast  19 hours back

                                      Make a hollow rebar driveshaft

                                      • Ross Cullen
                                        Ross Cullen  19 hours back

                                        Rubber bands for a good windup. Like a manual trans brake -ish launch device. Cheaper alternative to the slipper clutch for Leroy

                                        • Daniel Cook
                                          Daniel Cook  19 hours back

                                          Thinner piece of wood wrapped in fiberglass. Aka poor mans carbon fiber drive shaft

                                          • Ron Torromeo
                                            Ron Torromeo  22 hours back

                                            Straight ish enough

                                            • Yujin La Salle
                                              Yujin La Salle  24 hours back

                                              explain that fucking asterisk on the *results may vary. Don't try to fuck people over

                                              • ThatsMyPurse IdontKnowYou

                                                " im sure they can get a deal "

                                                lmfao

                                                • thor_sT
                                                  thor_sT  1 days back

                                                  What about a marerial which is more tough? Bambus for example, too id maybe cut the wooden part a bit longer since its much more flexible than the metal shaft to prevent the difference between the both materials and twistabiltys? I hope that makes sense, funny idea tho. What about a giant spring as shaft? That would be interesting too

                                                  • Ande Theo
                                                    Ande Theo  1 days back

                                                    Use the same type of beam but run it through a lathe until its perfectly straight.

                                                    • etm04040
                                                      etm04040  1 days back

                                                      could soak the 4x4 in penetrating epoxy maybe

                                                      • Thomas Cary
                                                        Thomas Cary  1 days back

                                                        You could have taken a word turning tool like a bowl gouge and while it was on the rack. Turned the 4x4 down. That would have help balance it out.

                                                        • Drum Method
                                                          Drum Method  1 days back

                                                          Lmfao!! 🤣🤣

                                                          • J S
                                                            J S  1 days back

                                                            balance it, wrap it with fiberglass, and you'll be good. use type 3 wood glue instead of resin though lol with denim instead of fiberglass

                                                            • Dave Iauco
                                                              Dave Iauco  1 days back

                                                              Start with a 6 x 6, turn it down on a lathe. Insert into ends and bolt/glue like you did. Coat entire shaft with jb weld & turn on lathe again. Then install & try it.

                                                              • MoistSnek
                                                                MoistSnek  1 days back

                                                                Now test wi-fi SEMA driveshaft.

                                                                • mark arnold
                                                                  mark arnold  1 days back

                                                                  Idiots

                                                                  • Grey Classic
                                                                    Grey Classic  1 days back

                                                                    14:33 if you have other things to do today

                                                                    • Brian Baney
                                                                      Brian Baney  1 days back

                                                                      Should have put a bolt threw the metal an wood

                                                                      • Wabefuhon
                                                                        Wabefuhon  1 days back

                                                                        What if you get some plates and wrap the board with 4 or 5 plates. That might help.

                                                                        • theositocharmin
                                                                          theositocharmin  1 days back

                                                                          next time try whit a different tipe of wood .on jalisco mexico there is a wood the we called CUATE this wood is so hard the even a chainsaw can’t cut it

                                                                          • jeff curtis
                                                                            jeff curtis  1 days back

                                                                            You guys need to use a different type of wood that is stronger, 4x4s are not the best for what your trying to do and have the shaft lathed so the shaft is true. Avoid drilling holes threw it it will brake the grain and cause week spots in the wood. Not sure what to recommend for would but ash might be a good start

                                                                            • Aaron Parker
                                                                              Aaron Parker  1 days back

                                                                              >>>>> *IDEA!!* <<<<<<
                                                                              -What if- you *MUST* make one out of newspaper and epoxy... Roll it into a tube or log, and install. This new material... _Cleetus-Carbon Fiber material!?!?!_


                                                                              Laminated wood in many layers with grain pattern resisting the torsional forces would work better. As you saw the wood grain is running the wrong direction for the strength you want, thus it laminated and exploded. Basically you want to make a composite material with wood and epoxy.

                                                                              • Cancers free
                                                                                Cancers free  1 days back

                                                                                Short lived but enough content lol

                                                                                • subyswift
                                                                                  subyswift  2 days back

                                                                                  wood drive shaft white pvc pipe arouwnd it

                                                                                  • AJ Ca
                                                                                    AJ Ca  2 days back

                                                                                    Probably a few cars in Cuba running around on this. Very slowly;)

                                                                                    • Sean Bragg
                                                                                      Sean Bragg  2 days back

                                                                                      if it were pressure treated wood and you got it centered up better..... maybe survive a burn

                                                                                      • Zack Schwenzer
                                                                                        Zack Schwenzer  2 days back

                                                                                        This episode sponsored by Garage 54.

                                                                                        • ken blank
                                                                                          ken blank  2 days back

                                                                                          well guys you need to use a hard wood and use a torch to harden the wood dont burn the wood but close .i do same for cheap arrows
                                                                                          green wood gets strong just saying that was a bad azz thing to watch

                                                                                          • Emery Cottle
                                                                                            Emery Cottle  2 days back

                                                                                            That piece of wood is not pressure treated. If it were pressure treated, it would have holes in it and it would be a brown color.

                                                                                            • Anthony French
                                                                                              Anthony French  2 days back

                                                                                              You guys are too funny