Josh of All Trades
Josh of All Trades
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Garage Clean Up
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Shou Sugi Ban Mantle
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Anvil Stand Build
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z first drive
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Yoshi's new exhaust.
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Yoshi at Welcome Back
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Fender lip rolling
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Yoshi Ride along
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More drift practice
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Drifting Ride Along
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Drift practice 1
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Drift Practice 6
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Drift practice 3
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Drift practice 7
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Drift Practice 5
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Drift practice 4
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Drift Practice 2
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Forza Downhill
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ROV Project
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Mini "Drift" in Forza (o_O)
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Comments

  • Bartosz Zakurzewski

    What is the pipe length ?

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 9 days ago

      These were adjustable. I don't remember the final length we settled on.

  • alejandro diban
    alejandro diban 16 days ago

    Hello! I just replaced my Toyota MRS exhaust and I have this annoying reverberation which is making me hating driving the car. I am going to install a J pipe. There are mathematical formulas to calculate the length of the J-Pipe. Did you do any calculation to know the ideal length of yours? On the other hand, why did you installed 2 J pipes just before the mufflers instead of installing just one before the Y? Thanks mate!

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 12 days ago

      Yes there are formulas to figure it out. These pipes slid in and out of each other so you could fine tune it. Also this is a v6 engine so they are more like x pipes. This way you have to run two. Typically it's also better to have them closer to the exit or mufflers.

  • Michael St John
    Michael St John Month ago

    I do that all the time, & by the next day it's back to where it was the day before.... & by the way Josh, you need a bigger garage.... It looks less messier..

  • Matt Turner
    Matt Turner Month ago

    Did you know you had cars in there?! Also... When did you get a drill mill?

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades Month ago

      I didn't haha it was a pleasant surprise lol. Also I got it last weekend!

  • Free Free
    Free Free 2 months ago

    So does the j pipes give the car a cool noise and reduces the drone from the inside?and do u find it good to add j pipes into the stock exhaust of a 5.0L v8 engine?( i want cool exhaust sound and no drone)

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 2 months ago

      The j pipes will just reduce drone. You would need to change mufflers or exhaust system to change the sound.

  • Eye For Eye Knives
    Eye For Eye Knives 2 months ago

    I have an idea for you, try starting with the top and sides as one piece and have it folded over then just weld the bottom on. Also those are not doors since they don't cover any of the opening they are just forge walls on the end. You could add efficiency to the forge if you added 1" doors with insulation built into them but leave enough area open for forge exhaust to escape. Usually I leave enough room in my front door to slip stuff into the forge with the door still shut.

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 2 months ago

      I have another design for a larger forge that has fancy doors and two of these burners. I can make Damascus in this little guy right now. I need to do a video on it.

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 2 months ago

      I was going to bend them but at the time I was limited to steel size and not a good way to bend. And you are right my doors are only there to help protect the insulation when you aren't using the forge.

  • GR 13
    GR 13 3 months ago

    Are the J pipes just empty? I'm wanting to do the same thing to my car bc it's really bad a 2k RPM. I deleted the resonators and it helped some.

  • Neil Brillhart
    Neil Brillhart 4 months ago

    Where di you get the j pipes from?

  • Rodrigo Saran
    Rodrigo Saran 5 months ago

    Which exhaust he had installed first to have the issue?

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 4 months ago

      Previous owner did some exhaust shop deal. Drone made the car undrivable.

  • Hightower One
    Hightower One 8 months ago

    When mount your J hooks to the board.......are you using short screws or do you cut off the what sticks out the back side? I can't find short screws I like and was thinking just using a Dremel to cut off what sticks through. Do you think that's a bad idea? Thanks for your time

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 8 months ago

      @Hightower One absolutely! Any time!

    • Hightower One
      Hightower One 8 months ago

      @Josh of All Trades thanks again for your time!

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 8 months ago

      Here are the ones I used: www.homedepot.com/p/Pro-Twist-10-x-1-1-2-in-Phosphate-Plated-Steel-Pan-Head-Phillips-Framer-Screws-1-lb-Pack-NPF7161/301548835?keyword=pan+framer+screws&semanticToken=2021000000+%3E++st%3A%7Bpan+framer+screws%7D%3Ast+cnn%3A%7B0%3A0%7D+cnr%3A%7B8%3A0%7D+cnb%3A%7B0%3A0%7D+oos%3A%7B0%3A1%7D+pt%3A%7Bscrew%7D%3Apt+dln%3A%7B562853%7D+tgr%3A%7BNo+stage+info%7D+qu%3A%7Bscrew%7D%3Aqu+nr%3A%7Bpan+framer+screw%7D%3Anr

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades 8 months ago

      I use short screws, and I'll look at the name of the screws I got later tonight and reply back.

  • Hightower One
    Hightower One 8 months ago

    Freaking beautiful!

  • tradesallofjack
    tradesallofjack 11 months ago

    Working that anvil like a boss!

  • tradesallofjack
    tradesallofjack Year ago

    Cool history! Now get you some folding chairs!

  • tradesallofjack
    tradesallofjack Year ago

    That is dope!

  • tradesallofjack
    tradesallofjack Year ago

    That is one “hot” mantle sir!

  • The Ace
    The Ace Year ago

    Good stuff!

  • W.T.F. Maker Studio

    well done. looks like a nice efficient little forge... great design

    • W.T.F. Maker Studio
      W.T.F. Maker Studio Year ago

      you should be quite proud of your design. Simple, efficient, and gets to welding heat. that's really all a smith can ask for.

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades Year ago

      What The Forge Blacksmithing thanks! I'm pretty happy with it!

  • W.T.F. Maker Studio

    they came out really good looking.. However for future reference. WD40 is not oil. any oil will work for finishing, from vegetable oil to baby oil. GREAT JOB otherwise.

    • Josh of All Trades
      Josh of All Trades Year ago

      Actually works very well for coating. An old farrier/blacksmith told me about it. If done right gets you a really dark black appearance.

  • W.T.F. Maker Studio

    they came out beautiful

  • W.T.F. Maker Studio

    Well done. Keep on pounding away brother.

  • W.T.F. Maker Studio

    great job

  • nightngale49
    nightngale49 Year ago

    Welcome to RU-clip!

  • nightngale49
    nightngale49 Year ago

    This is too awesome!

  • Jordan Benjamin
    Jordan Benjamin 5 years ago

    Bow bad was the swap did you have to cut the fire wall?

  • A Ross
    A Ross 6 years ago

    What brakes are those

  • TheLordofShell
    TheLordofShell 7 years ago

    Jesus did that fatass in the white shirt steal it from baby gap?

  • Brandon Whitaker
    Brandon Whitaker 7 years ago

    Looks like fun. I was gonna buy some 92's myself but i decided to get some dr20's. Love you

  • Freeze aka Brian Jeffreys

    @hobbdebub That's really helpful news. I greatly appreciate all the info. I'm picking up an LQ9 this saturday. Has LS6 Intake Manifold, MS3 cam and LS7 oil pump. I would enjoy seeing more of your car. i'll post up some vids of the motor once we get it. Thanx again.

  • hobbdebub
    hobbdebub 7 years ago

    @JefFreezePerformance Stock C6 headers from LS2. I wanted to get it driving on a budget. I plan on building a set of longtubes for it sometime this year.

  • Freeze aka Brian Jeffreys

    @hobbdebub That's my plan so far. I read that some guy used corvette headers on his LS swap, did you have to have some fabbed or did you use something else? Sorry for all the Q's

  • hobbdebub
    hobbdebub 7 years ago

    @JefFreezePerformance I did use the stock Z transmission actually. Had an adapter plate fabbed and spaced the flywheel out to work. I had a stock LS1 flywheel cut down to fit the Z's stock TT ring gear.

  • Freeze aka Brian Jeffreys

    @hobbdebub Thanx for the info. Plan on starting on this in the next week or so. Did you use the Z trans? Any tips or helpful hints would be greatly appreciated.

  • coinvolti
    coinvolti 8 years ago

    dont worry about the scratches on your wheels and the dents on your fender, a little Oxy-clean will have it all looking like new..... idiot!

  • hobbdebub
    hobbdebub 8 years ago

    Open headers yea. I had midpipes made and it has a modded HKS Hi-power exhaust under it now.The wiring was actually really easy, the stock engine harness is close to being standalone as is.

  • Freeze aka Brian Jeffreys

    Very nice. Sounds awesome. Is it running straight pipes in this vid? And do you mind if I ask how hard was the wiring? Thanx for your time and need more vids of this machine.

  • Alan Jenkins
    Alan Jenkins 8 years ago

    @Black240SXDrift Cool, thanks a lot. :-)

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 8 years ago

    @DaBomb31290 They are enkei 92's 15x7 +0

  • Alan Jenkins
    Alan Jenkins 8 years ago

    The last picture in the installation instructions, (site this video links to), shows your car on wheels with a gold center and polished lip. What kind and size are they?

  • David Herzfeld
    David Herzfeld 8 years ago

    i rock ksports too dude!

  • Sara Niemietz
    Sara Niemietz 8 years ago

    thanks! thanks! for your sub! We'll be posting it on itunes, soon - more of my other ones are on there for download - like Talking to the Moon, and Jar of Hearts... thanks again! Sara

  • Sara Niemietz
    Sara Niemietz 8 years ago

    thanks, Joshua - for your kind words and "like" - Love The Black Keys! Appreciate the compliment! Hope you'll sub and visit again - new vids coming this week! Sara

  • tapion123
    tapion123 9 years ago

    ive heard welded diff is easier to learn on or vlsd but open diff is a little harder but that looks pretty good how long have you been drifting?

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @TH3Omaster It doesn't matter if the car is fwd or rwd or awd.

  • LBCvalenz562
    LBCvalenz562 9 years ago

    I guess its easier when you dont have all wheel drive i have a 3000gt vr4 slammed but my front fenders are slowly chewwing up my tires im running 295 width tires all the way around any ideas?

  • Joseph Strateger
    Joseph Strateger 9 years ago

    Do you have your isis straight pipes on in this video? Exhaust sounds great.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @SLAMMEDx240sx Man there isn't much you can do with bondo it will crack.

  • Jamison Lundstrom
    Jamison Lundstrom 9 years ago

    OKay so I got it to work on the rear driver side but the rear right side has bondo in it so I dont know what to do

  • Jamison Lundstrom
    Jamison Lundstrom 9 years ago

    It pushed it back a little but not all the way... And when I finished... my arms were numb! This hurts so bad. I used jack handle, a flubbery metal thing, and then a pcv pipe. The pipe cracked a tiny bit of paint so i stopped.. So i think its still gonna rub. Maybe i'm not pushing hard enough with the jack handle? Because the lip isnt pushed all the way back and up

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @SLAMMEDx240sx That is the best way. If you keep the car on the ground and wedge the handle in there you can have a friend roll the car while you guide that bat/handle and you don't have to put much pressure because the weight of the car is doing the work. If you do it this way it's a bit slower and requires more elbow grease.

  • Jamison Lundstrom
    Jamison Lundstrom 9 years ago

    I tried this but its not really working... What do you have your tires on? I tried doing it while my car was just on the ground and pushing the handle against the tire and rolling

  • xenonxiii
    xenonxiii 9 years ago

    You have to comment on the cars like Jeremy Clarkson. “Sure it’s quiet, for a diesel. But that’s like being well-behaved… for a murderer.”

  • MDTurnerman
    MDTurnerman 9 years ago

    This needs to Happen!

  • BlackChevyS10
    BlackChevyS10 9 years ago

    yay. go bro u get em yoshi.

  • munky350
    munky350 9 years ago

    Vote for these guys! I want to see this!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @aidan21 left

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @aidan21 right...

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @2rip00 No sir it will not. You are bending the sheet metal. It is a plastic deformation as opposed to elastic. If that were the case then all cars would not hold shape and go back to being a flat piece of sheet metal. Same deal with dents they don't just go away.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    @MentalExpansion Yeah I have used this technique to role my fenders, and all of my friends fenders. Works great.

  • 2rip00
    2rip00 9 years ago

    over time those fenders you rolled will come back to the original state

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 9 years ago

    Yeah that is totally why the inside lip of the fender lays flat now...

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    No it's not the "proper way" but it works. I have done my car and my buddies cars like that with no issues. It works better with heat.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Yeah it will still be loud, but not as loud haha.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    My car is pretty low and with that exhaust I had good clearance considering if it's bad enough I scrape frame haha. I would suggest having good hangers and it will help with fitment.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    91 KA block w/ 95 KA head Hot cam swap ARP Head studs EGR delete AEM intake 4-2-1 header ISIS Test Pipe, Cat back, Aluminum Radiator, shifter, ss clutch line, ss ps line Stage 4 Competition clutch/fw Welded diff SPL forged chromoly clutch fork pivot Peak Performance Race Trans mount Stance GR+ Pro Coilovers SPL Tension rods, RUCAs, Steering Rack Bushings, Inner/outer tie rods + steering angle/bump steer spacers Bembo Blank discs Hawk HPS Pads Enkei 92's DZ101 or SS595

  • Manu A
    Manu A 10 years ago

    hola, me gustaria saber en donde puedo aprender a construir estos artefactos

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks I appreciate it!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man!

  • laynlow
    laynlow 10 years ago

    Thanks. Where did you find this other event at? If I would have known I would have tried to make it, but its like a week away. Ugh. IF you see any more events, post them on TO please, I am sure im not the only one who will thank you. The new ride needs a lot of suspension work, and I need a decent paying job to help with it.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man, it was a blast! Congrats and good luck w/ the new ride, hope it works out for ya. Don't worry man there will be more events! Sept 6th at the Nashville Music Speedway.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man! Yeah my tires came apart at the end and it was my last run so I figured... why not haha.

  • J E
    J E 10 years ago

    Nice control there, looks like you spent through your tread at the end there heh. T3ku@3zc

  • laynlow
    laynlow 10 years ago

    Damn bro, your tearin it up. I would have been up there, but no monies to go. I got another ride now, should be out next season if all goes well. I see your trying to copy my exhaust :-P That setup looks fun. And I know it felt good out that day. Made me miss going even more :-( Oh well.

  • EightySixArms
    EightySixArms 10 years ago

    sounds good in person too

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Np man. Those are actually Sentra Spec-V SE-R wheels.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    A lot of it depends on what exactly you are rubbing on.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    np it's not that bad. If you want to make it a little easier get a heat gun and heat it up to about 120 degrees. It will make the metal and paint easier to work with. Also the rears are usually re-enforced so some hammering may be required but it's not bad at all.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    haha it's on an n/a ka. I am working on the turbo part though....

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    The car is actually really low, it's just jacked up in the video. If you watch again you will notice the wheel is spinning with the jack handle because the car is off the ground.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks! Yeah it's na ka.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man!

  • J E
    J E 10 years ago

    Very nice control there ;P T3ku@3zc

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    haha yeah... we were working on his car and I was rolling the fenders and he was like, "hey we should video this"

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    haha yeah I know alot of my friends parents wonder why they bother w/ these "old" cars lol.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man! In this video it's welded diff w/ NA KA24DE, intake, header, test pipe, exhaust, and hot cam swap. Then Stance GR+ Pro coilovers and SPL suspension arms.

  • v0rt3x86
    v0rt3x86 10 years ago

    *buys you lighting...*

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    We didn't because there wasn't a heat gun. We actually meant to mention it in the video. If you have a heat gun to heat it to around 120 degrees the paint is more flexible and the metal is easier to bend. But we didn't need it.

  • johnnyramma
    johnnyramma 10 years ago

    Very good video. Did you guys heat the surface though, or you totally ignored that part? The rolling seemed pretty easy there.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man! Glad you checked out the videos!

  • J E
    J E 10 years ago

    Superb driving and recoveries. T3ku @ 3zc.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    no problem, glad you enjoyed it!

  • laynlow
    laynlow 10 years ago

    Yeah it filled up FAST! I am going to try and make at least one of the other events there. Looks like a nice lot.

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    I was planning on it, but the may 10th event is already full. I emailed marcos but he hasn't replied.

  • laynlow
    laynlow 10 years ago

    Hell yeah bro nice to see you made it into tandem! Are you planning on going to Atl's triple threat?

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    haha this was actually up in michigan when i first started.

  • ImERikaxoxo
    ImERikaxoxo 10 years ago

    very cool josh i love how i can hear christina(; from, your cuz erika

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    Thanks man! I had an awesome time! I can't wait till you get out there either haha so get going and hopefully I'll see you at the next event!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 10 years ago

    haha yeah that is probably my favorite part in the whole video XD Thanks man!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 11 years ago

    I really appreciate it!

  • Josh of All Trades
    Josh of All Trades 11 years ago

    Thanks man! It was a fun event.