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

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

    Cleetus McFarland

     5 days ago +920

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

  • Bimmer Dude

    Bimmer Dude

     1 hours ago

    please do a home depo fence pipe drive shaft!!

  • Toby Mathis

    Toby Mathis

     1 hours ago

    I think yall should try it with a nice wet green 4x4. Should be a little stronger

  • Morgan Adair

    Morgan Adair

     2 hours ago

    Apparently too much free time... put either iron wood or some extreme known strong in the lathe and turn it as well as put the remained shafts in lathe and true it all.... knotty wood versus clear wood yada yada

  • dionisis001

    dionisis001

     3 hours ago

    you should try screwing cylidrical pieces together to make a long cylinder and then do the same but with a hollow center so it looks like a tube to see if it's stronger.......

  • Eric Robert

    Eric Robert

     4 hours ago

    PVC pipe with concrete and rebar on the inside

  • riptwan

    riptwan

     8 hours ago

    Skip to 12:00

  • William Payne

    William Payne

     8 hours ago

    Turn the post down on a lathe so you can get it to minimul run out, turn it down 1/2" smaller than I'd of ends, fiberglass it to exact size, then coat in 200mph tape.

  • ThePeopleVerse

    ThePeopleVerse

     9 hours ago

    I thought this was the kind if stuff the Cleetus2 channel was set up for.

  • Regio Garage

    Regio Garage

     9 hours ago

    I need that wing for my Stang :(

  • The reel rednecks

    The reel rednecks

     9 hours ago

    Coat it in that rhino line stuff that is nearly Indestructible

  • Eduardo Alvarez

    Eduardo Alvarez

     10 hours ago

    Same size and round it to spec and wrap it in duck tape

  • thost

    thost

     10 hours ago

    how about a pvc pipe wrapped in duct tape???? Maybe start with a 3 inch pvc pipe and build it up with the duct tape till it firs and bolt that bad boy in.

  • TheBeaterCar

    TheBeaterCar

     10 hours ago

    Fun fact, two 2x4s glued and screwed together will be stronger than the 4x4. That would be a good test:)

  • 13enXtract

    13enXtract

     11 hours ago

    You need to lathe the wood shaft to try and make it more balanced I feel like

  • Tj Miller

    Tj Miller

     11 hours ago

    Use a couple pieces of rebar it’ll end up twisting together it’ll look cool and if the welds are strong enough it shouldn’t break

  • Tj Miller

    Tj Miller

     11 hours ago

    Rebar

  • Hayden

    Hayden

     12 hours ago

    You should do an aluminum baseball bat next

  • Sovereign Sentience

    Sovereign Sentience

     12 hours ago

    wrap the next one with resins and carbon fibre

  • JIMBO SLICE

    JIMBO SLICE

     12 hours ago +1

    I see you guys are replicating the GM 8speed transmission wobble.