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

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

    Cleetus McFarlandCleetus McFarland13 days ago
    • PVC pipe, rebar and concrete

      SqurkolsSqurkols12 days ago
    • Should have used JB Weld for the epoxy.

      JordanJordan12 days ago
    • Laminated wood beam

      Nate 2283Nate 228312 days ago
    • PVC?

      NJ in the MJNJ in the MJ12 days ago
    • PVC filled with JB weld.

      David DickersonDavid Dickerson12 days ago
  • Use hardwood

    Dennis KaasjagerDennis KaasjagerHour ago
  • Get a stronger wood and throw it in a lathe to see what happens

    Homeless-BrazilianHomeless-BrazilianHour ago
  • Try some bamboo!!

    Nate SosaNate Sosa2 hours ago
  • Resin stabilized wood would be badass!

    Nate SosaNate Sosa2 hours ago
  • PVC pipe

    duramax502duramax5023 hours ago
  • Man I always wondered about this

    Adam MohammedAdam Mohammed4 hours ago
  • Drive shaft needs some FiberFix. They built a rollcage for a car out of that stuff and drove it off a cliff. It survived.

    DeviceManglerDeviceMangler4 hours ago
  • no-one going to mention his sleek back hair and his nerd glasses XD

    CrazyeyCrazyey5 hours ago
  • Use the car as a wood lathe and sandpaper it till its balanced

    Dave DavidDave David6 hours ago
  • Wow that drive shaft lasted longer than Jeffrey Epstein in jail

    Black DotBlack Dot7 hours ago
  • Oak probably would've lasted a bit longer. Maybe put a PVC pipe over it

    Bradlee BlazintiresBradlee Blazintires7 hours ago
  • These guys don’t know what a lathe is

    Alan BenzoAlan Benzo13 hours ago
  • I knew it wooden work.

    ChrisChris14 hours ago
  • needs to be laminated boards, with the grains crossed.

    RCPro DriverRCPro Driver15 hours ago
  • The wood will easily... it's your connections that will fail. You know wood is ofter a stronger and lighter choice other than steel. If you were an engineer you would know this.

    Lithuanian GLOCK31_NH420Lithuanian GLOCK31_NH42015 hours ago
  • Ya'lls need to calm down.

    Adam WeaverAdam Weaver17 hours ago
  • Soak the wood with a resin.....

    PatrickPatrick19 hours ago
  • I think you could have used a bit more glue

    The Prometheus ReportThe Prometheus Report21 hour ago
  • You guys still have pennies?

    Adam GeeAdam Gee22 hours ago
  • "Sorry sir, you need to treat your car with Terminex once a year as you live in the termite belt." Seriously, use laminated live oak with oposing grain lines which is a native species to Florida.

    Dave PawsonDave Pawson23 hours ago
  • Y'all have a quality shop, but no access to a lathe?🤔 Treat the next drive shaft with Lin/flax seed oil... It will harden the wood.

    Evan JonesEvan Jones23 hours ago
  • Listen, listen, it worked for a bit. Soooooo technicallyyyyy

    Odie EcklundOdie Ecklund23 hours ago
  • What's next a wooden turbo?

    Jeff NeelyJeff NeelyDay ago
  • I have the same exact car they used, A 1995 although mine is cherry red and the interior is completely custom and miss matched looks really nice. The best car I’ve ever driven to date probably always will be personally

    DayTripperCrackDayTripperCrackDay ago
  • BAMBOO DRIVESHAFT

    Hasiel MenaHasiel MenaDay ago
  • PVC pipe with concrete?

    MrVBGMrVBGDay ago
  • how about a concrete drive shaft

    ARNEL CABRERAARNEL CABRERADay ago
  • do the same but wraped in ducktape!

    SwapSupraSwapSupraDay ago
  • Glue some 1×1s together, then round the sides down on a wood lathe, like your making a post. Thats how they make wood beams , and they are super strong.

    Lucky MuseLucky MuseDay ago
  • Dont test a new driveshaft IMPROVE! have someone with a woodshop turn you a peice of hardwood like oak. Fit into the shaft. Then carbon fiber the whole shaft. By my mullet calculations you should have no problem doing a burn out or 6.

    Lucky EightsLucky EightsDay ago
  • Turn your car into a lathe ;)

    Chris DorrChris DorrDay ago
  • The first airplane props were made out of wood, Try some hickory or oak and turn it down with a lathe to fit tight in the driveshaft ends.

    The Sworded BeardsmanThe Sworded BeardsmanDay ago
  • hard wood worth a try

    David KelmDavid KelmDay ago
  • Garage54'in it haha, could have seen how thin you could go, used steel rebar. I wanna see if the mustang is strong enough to twist it.

    Joshua PierreJoshua PierreDay ago
  • They should have put it on lathe to balance it out more.

    Allen .BergeAllen .BergeDay ago
  • Try bamboo

    sinaloa tcsinaloa tcDay ago
  • You should fill a tube with spaghetti noodles and flex seal and use that as the drive shaft

    jacob 4woljacob 4wolDay ago
  • Make one out of concrete!

    Anthony AlitAnthony AlitDay ago
  • Now this is automotive internet done properly

    Anthony AlitAnthony AlitDay ago
  • Should have used a wood Turner lathe

    Lairex RaiLairex RaiDay ago
  • You should use some rope!! Ship rope... Maybe I'm a bit blazzed, but now im worried how dangerous this could be, what if it twists and bends the car. Not only the potential to squish the driver, also force metal up through the cab?? Maybe do this one with our first ever remote control car build hahaha

    KingKinggKingKinggDay ago
  • Try a piece of hardwood like birch. Pressure treated posts are generally softer woods. Have a viewer turn it down on a lathe and ship it to you

    ponchis1966ponchis19662 days ago
  • I bet a shaft made out of oak would have lasted longer :)

    Mihai KoberMihai Kober2 days ago
  • Definitely a paid commercial for Gorilla Glue

    GrifFunginGrifFungin2 days ago
  • Build it out of walnut or at least a stronger piece of wood pine has to be the worst one but nice job

    Jacey HeinerJacey Heiner2 days ago
  • You're not even country at all should change your name pussy

    Spiz DSpiz D2 days ago
  • Do y'all think a steel tube driveshaft would stay put being that far out of balance? (I wouldn't try it without a driveshaft safety shroud.) Try using a real good hardwood like Ash (baseball bats) and turn it on a lathe until you get a perfect fit in your end tubes. Gorilla glue & bolts were very good.

    amicidavinciamicidavinci2 days ago
  • Did you even phase the ends? Basic driveshaft tec I've shortened a few over the years and didn't even need a rebalance.

    Retrogamer1010Retrogamer10102 days ago
  • need to use bowdark or hardwood..

    brandon Cherrybrandon Cherry2 days ago
  • wood and epoxy? :)

    Wanja SchoneckeWanja Schonecke2 days ago
  • And here’s me thinking you were going to turn it down on a lathe...

    landau46tlandau46t2 days ago
  • Try a fiberglass one

    Ethan MathiasEthan Mathias2 days ago
  • Use heart wood oak,Hickory,ash or any other hard wood center grain then turn it. Their is a reason pine is not used for baseball bats,sledge and regular hammer handles why? strength!!

    Boys RbackBoys Rback2 days ago
  • MAYBE choose a Different WOOD Plywood or a HARDWOOD !!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOD is Very Strong !!!!!!!!!!!!! Looks what Happens to a CAR hits a TREE !!! Car Splits in Half and Tree is still there - INTACT

    Joni EnglishJoni English2 days ago
  • So much for "pound for pound, wood is stronger than steel" Yeah right!

    harleycharleyharleycharley2 days ago
  • You gotta wrap the wood with steel or heavily reinforce it

    fernandofernando2 days ago
    • @Joshua Pierre 😆 did not notice that till now

      fernandofernandoDay ago
    • your dad shoulda wrapped it, jk jk I just had to say it.

      Joshua PierreJoshua PierreDay ago
  • Try another one lol

    Sound_trick_clique StcSound_trick_clique Stc2 days ago
  • ไม่ชอบหนัา

    GOLF super sound Mix öööGOLF super sound Mix ööö2 days ago
  • That is not a mullet Cleetus. You have to have at least three inches for it to be classed as a mullet, smh.

    Yuck FoutubeYuck Foutube2 days ago