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 McFarland6 months ago
    • PVC tubing

      Dustyn KiefferDustyn Kieffer5 months ago
    • Do a concrete one Cleetus McFarland

      William LawsonWilliam Lawson5 months ago
    • Pvc drive shaft

      Parker PostParker Post6 months ago
    • PVC pipe, rebar and concrete

      SqurkolsSqurkols6 months ago
    • Should have used JB Weld for the epoxy.

      JordanJordan6 months ago
  • This is the sketchiest shit I have witnessed

    Eddie PopcopterEddie Popcopter4 days ago
  • I think there was an episode on bush mechanics, where they used a tree trunk, as a drive shaft.

    benz mercbenz merc6 days ago
  • Now make a cement or concrete drive shaft and use a pvc pipe as a mold 😬

    Kevin AgostiniKevin Agostini9 days ago
  • try with hardwood next time

    GRFN PRJXGRFN PRJX12 days ago
  • stopped watching after you tried to sell me some credit app

    Drew WinsteadDrew Winstead17 days ago
  • Diy carbon fiber driveshaft, use wood center it up in a fixture, then wrap it in carbonfiber mat/resin let cure, find someone with a lathe and turn it smooth

    MrHaydenJrMrHaydenJr18 days ago
  • Imagine coming upon that scene, an idle Mustang, shards of wood underneath said crowd-eater, and three men in labcoats examining said pieces of wood in the middle of the culdesac. Oh the things you see in Florida

    Michael JohnsonbaughMichael Johnsonbaugh24 days ago
  • Garage69

    SlunkMonkeSlunkMonke27 days ago
  • Flintstones drive shaft.

    Dan KammerzeltDan Kammerzelt27 days ago
  • Do something with LineX

    Wadi 369Wadi 36929 days ago
  • you guys should try and install a suspension torsion bar in place of the wood you just tried and see if it make wheel hop better or worse

    BineThereDoneThatBineThereDoneThatMonth ago
  • put a crazy stiff spring in the middle (some how)

    PhatSphinxPhatSphinxMonth ago
  • Perhaps oak or some hard wood other then pine. Its almost the softest weakest wood there is.

    Keith ThomasKeith ThomasMonth ago
  • use pine same joints

    ryan horneryan horneMonth ago
  • I like how the torch is just burning away as Dr.Sprayemall is giving his hypothesis lmfao

    David RobinsonDavid RobinsonMonth ago
  • Clicked to let yal know yal stupid. The leaf blower video was awesome but this.....stupid

    Pablo lVPablo lVMonth ago
  • OMG DUDE I HAVE THE PERFECT IDEA WITH THE COVID-19 GOING AROUND DO A WALKING DEAD DRIVE SHAFT USE LIKE A BASEBALL BAT RAPT IN BARBWIRE HELL YEAH

    Allen SailersAllen SailersMonth ago
  • You guys should do a video where you take a car without a drive line and push it down the road to make it look like it was running and have the person park it running like a bait car 😂

    cody gillcody gillMonth ago
  • You shouldve tried ironwood way tougher

    Renats DubrovskisRenats DubrovskisMonth ago
  • It's funny James is still as completely serious and thoughtful as when he's getting Leroy ready for their races.

    Jacob PetrovJacob PetrovMonth ago
  • When you say dont try this at home your talking about the shaft right because i like lighting my friends on fire <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="124">2:04</a>

    Black HATBlack HATMonth ago
  • Rubber drive shaft

    Stephen LubeyStephen LubeyMonth ago
  • A metal fence post

    shavezwill1222shavezwill1222Month ago
  • Make another one! But this time straight and balanced. And also look for a pole from de center of the tree. That has complete fiber rings you know.

    Andreas BerglundAndreas BerglundMonth ago
  • I would try a solid piece of dry aged piece of wood like a old old barn wood

    Jeffrey ZiolaJeffrey ZiolaMonth ago
  • Tray it wiht hardwood😜

    Jeroen KuivenhovenJeroen KuivenhovenMonth ago
  • Quarter sawn maple, good hardwood would at least have a shot at a burn out...

    vwharmanvwharmanMonth ago
  • Get a wood lathe and turn it to size then wrap it with fiberglass and resin let cure and install it

    Mark PhillipsMark PhillipsMonth ago
  • Cleetus: Cuts drive shaft with a whoopdido ‘’Whatever dude it’ll work this is just science” lmao I found this so hilarious.

    David ColwellDavid ColwellMonth ago
  • Wood is super weak when twisted and that kind of wood is like so weak and brittle lol

    MophieMophieMonth ago
  • concrete with rebar

    Cameron RossCameron RossMonth ago
  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="125">2:05</a> is the butane torch just turned on and sitting on the table while he's flailing his arms around?

    Neko RodgersNeko RodgersMonth ago
  • Should have used pressure treated! LOL

    J CoggsJ CoggsMonth ago
  • Use balsa wood. That will be like an unuptanium driveshaft

    Mike AdkinsMike AdkinsMonth ago
  • ld try hard wood(oak or cerry) rather than soft wood If you want to go all out use green curupy. i'm sure the results would be different

    zinger dwarfzinger dwarfMonth ago
  • Why do you still have pennies?

    Logan BLogan BMonth ago
  • Perhaps turning the wood on a Lathe first and then consider hollowing the shaft with a few support bands around the exterior like a barrel.

    master582master582Month ago
  • Put metal straps down each side 2"thick x 1/4"w for strength.

    Phi HelixPhi HelixMonth ago
  • try to make one with Hickory or that heavy dark wood from asia kamagong or steel wood, it has lots of names. It's even heavier than Hickory

    Carl FreiermuthCarl Freiermuth2 months ago
  • Why is their science car 100000 times better than my daily😭

    Hh HhHh Hh2 months ago
  • do it with a hard wood dude, Jarrah would be a great choice

    Russell WrightRussell Wright2 months ago
  • Bamboo, test a single large diameter, against canes duct taped together.

    Terry WestonTerry Weston2 months ago
  • That cooper dude just looks annoying. Strait debbie downer face in every episode.

    Kyle KuhbanderKyle Kuhbander2 months ago
  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1025">17:05</a> cleetus hits his head on the diff 😂 @cleetus mcfarland

    Eddie TapuroEddie Tapuro2 months ago
  • Weld a bunch of suspension springs inline and use as a drive shaft. Preload will be a MoFo

    Bobby LoomisBobby Loomis2 months ago
  • PVC pipe full of epoxy

    Ryan McadamsRyan Mcadams2 months ago
  • No slip joint?

    Vasili PaninVasili Panin2 months ago
  • You used the softest wood ever lol try a decent hard wood

    RobRob2 months ago
  • Boys, it wasn't trying to pogo the car. That was a textbook joepoke.

    Cameron1177Cameron11772 months ago
  • I think Fred Flintstone designed the driveshaft.

    J2498J24982 months ago
  • I bet a round post would have fared better.

    Jonathan GarrisonJonathan Garrison2 months ago
  • 1 use a freaking lathe get it perfectly strait 2 use a hardwood might be able to do a burnout then.

    Just1ofGodJust1ofGod2 months ago
  • Hahahahaha was a no brainer NO BUENO HOLMS

    Mark NowakowskiMark Nowakowski2 months ago
  • Use the same wood and put some perforated angles on the edges for strength. Paul (New Zealand) let me know what you think? 🚘🚘

    Paul DaviesPaul Davies2 months ago
  • What about a PVC drive shaft

    N VenusN Venus2 months ago
  • Next time try to get the grain so is not offset (ring pattern ) Nice try the bolts workred

    Matthew CalifanaMatthew Califana2 months ago
  • Did it slept a lot

    riley smartriley smart2 months ago
  • Should have used some thick wall PVC pipe.

    Daniel MarekDaniel Marek2 months ago
  • Next time warp it in gorilla tape lol

    Chris DowlandChris Dowland2 months ago
  • Try to find a piece of eucalyptus wood and

    Kevin WillardKevin Willard2 months ago
    • Orientate the grain counter to the rotation and have someone turn it on a lathe

      Kevin WillardKevin Willard2 months ago
  • if you were going to use wood you should have used hardwood and when it was still up on the hoist you could have at least used the grinder on it like a lathe to get it a bit better balanced

    shadowsaidheshadowsaidhe2 months ago
  • make a big chunk of rubber drive shaft. sketchy and strechy!

    cadmonkey928cadmonkey9282 months ago
  • Do more stuff like this please!! Utilize the Freedom Factory while you're at it!

    Matthew AmadorMatthew Amador2 months ago
  • nice car

    GeorgeGeorge2 months ago
  • I would like to see a oak drive shaft totally dry like 5% moisture turned round by a guy who has a wood lathe . Then epoxy the ends together with 3/8 bolts try and get it balanced please for safety . It might work or not lol

    Michael ColganMichael Colgan2 months ago
  • OK two mistakes in 90 seconds first was allowing Experian boost to screw your credit giving them more info lol especially if you were late paying utilities lol ... Then you making a wooden drive shaft with wet home depot wood. I love watching you channel but you scare the shit out of me

    Michael ColganMichael Colgan2 months ago
  • square stock tac welded or see how well you can fill the gap between the square stock and the drive shaft ends

    Dan The TechDan The Tech2 months ago
  • Speaking of Dail I'm watching one of his old races on tv rn

    Iam BrunskillIam Brunskill2 months ago
  • Fiberglass

    DAVIN DAHLDAVIN DAHL2 months ago
  • I want a lego drive shaft video next please

    Melting HeroMelting Hero2 months ago
  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="722">12:02</a> I have a prediction... that exhaust is going to get blown off.

    DrDysl3xiaDrDysl3xia2 months ago
    • Looks like the exhaust survived.

      DrDysl3xiaDrDysl3xia2 months ago
  • At least use an lvl or make your own.

    Joe SzucsJoe Szucs2 months ago
  • you should use Brazilian wood "Ipe"

    Greg GrahamGreg Graham2 months ago
  • Alright Garrett, dont let them tear up the 'Stanger with that soft ass wood! If you don't want it I'll take it!!

    bryan dielbryan diel2 months ago
  • Most dumbest thing I have seen

    Tony CTony C2 months ago
  • More videos like this

    That Pedal ShmoeThat Pedal Shmoe2 months ago
  • use a harder wood and have a woodshop put it on a lathe then balance it

    Texasrebel1967Texasrebel19672 months ago
  • Gotta try this same test with bamboo...

    Benny TBenny T2 months ago
    • @Benny T Plus the weight advantage :-D

      FiveMinuteHippoFiveMinuteHippo2 months ago
    • @FiveMinuteHippo I'd think at least, bamboo would have more torsional strength than most hardwood even.

      Benny TBenny T2 months ago
    • Agreed, Bamboo should be way more durable.

      FiveMinuteHippoFiveMinuteHippo2 months ago
  • all them bald eagles tore her apart

    Apple BagApple Bag2 months ago