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

  • Published on: Thursday, November 7, 2019
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  • Cleetus McFarland

    Cleetus McFarland

     6 days ago +933

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

  • John Nickerson

    John Nickerson

     3 hours ago

    Try Iron wood,

  • B Jones

    B Jones

     4 hours ago

    use 2 2x4's with the crown of the wood towards each other and bolt them together.

  • k k

    k k

     4 hours ago

    Driveshaft out of something soft metal or ice

  • Hank Jr

    Hank Jr

     6 hours ago +1

    Try a concrete driveshaft reinforced with some rebar lol. 👍🏻

  • Air Canada 001

    Air Canada 001

     6 hours ago

    In russia thats nothing thats very common in russia lol

  • Michael Forward

    Michael Forward

     9 hours ago

    Make one out of concrete but make sure it has reo bar in it for strength.... maybe even do one with bar and one without to compare? 🤷‍♂️

  • daniel brownell

    daniel brownell

     11 hours ago

    Do the same but keep it on the lift an a grinder nd let idle nd grind it to balance

  • Mike G

    Mike G

     11 hours ago

    Idea - I recently broke my hand and had a cast put on. The material forms perfectly as it is wrapped and it is amazingly strong. It may be expensive though, I don't know.



     12 hours ago

    Cover it with line-x bed liner
    That's stuff is super strong it can make an egg unbreakable so it should make the wooden driveshaft unbreakable

  • DimebaggDaniel


     14 hours ago

    “You worked at All American Burger!”

  • swordsman51


     16 hours ago

    Take 4 1x4s laminate them together then make them into a driveshaft

  • Austin Surber

    Austin Surber

     16 hours ago

    Bolt 2x4stogether with a piece of metal in the middle!!

  • Stanz B

    Stanz B

     16 hours ago

    A Lathe would've helped you out a bit.

  • Blaise Dobson

    Blaise Dobson

     17 hours ago

    Your guys should try to make a turbocharger and put it on a car and see if it works or if it does how much pounds of boost

  • Ethan Moss

    Ethan Moss

     17 hours ago

    You should try bamboo shoots, or like a really big piece of bamboo

  • Ébénisterie artisanale François St-Gelais

    Ébénisterie artisanale François St-Gelais

     17 hours ago

    Try with the center part of the tree that is the strongest!!

  • Kenneth Baker

    Kenneth Baker

     17 hours ago

    Try different type wood like oak and a good lathe.

  • Isaiah TD

    Isaiah TD

     18 hours ago

    this reminds me of the Dukes of Hazzard Movie. 😂

  • james jines

    james jines

     18 hours ago

    Go to a tractor supply and buy a fence post. It’s already round just get one that’s already the right size. Or use a friends wood turner to make your 4x4 round. No run out.