TESTING THE $250 GARAGE CRANE YOU DOUBTED!

13-Apr, 2020
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  • White sticky stuff huh 4:05

    Garrett 72Garrett 724 oy oldin
  • Do a shop cleaning video

    Houston MartinHouston Martin5 oy oldin
  • Just get yourself a piece of 2in square tube steel and weld a diagonal brace at the middle of the crane base and front of shelf

    Tyler KelleyTyler Kelley6 oy oldin
  • A hook kind of like an ice pick would work for hooking through a lug but hole or around a spoke. Throw some rubber hose on it and it won’t scratch anything.

    mikeh1422mikeh14226 oy oldin
  • "It was a lot quicker than I anticipated it being".......that's what she said, lol

    AlWheelinAlWheelin6 oy oldin
  • Don't you use Milwaukee inkzall? 😀

    ants8515ants85156 oy oldin
  • 👍👏👏👏

    Rambo RampageRambo Rampage6 oy oldin
  • That crane is legit

    Grog _HDGrog _HD6 oy oldin
  • That will broke off easily

    Filip René BajlaFilip René Bajla6 oy oldin
  • After this pandemic situation, get with Dave to fix that twisting issue, he’ll have a solution within seconds. 🧠📐✏️

    JesseRGVJesseRGV6 oy oldin
  • I am not a crane expert, i just build and fix them, but ill tell ya right now that probably the worst placement for your hoist possible

    Cameron TaylorCameron Taylor6 oy oldin
  • Nice simple wood working skills most guys can't do that and I like what you said ( I just like to build things ) me too DMAXRYNO

    Quentin PorcupineQuentin Porcupine6 oy oldin
  • Weld in pieces of angle iron on the bottom

    Isacc WhitelyIsacc Whitely6 oy oldin
  • If you cut some slats that go straight across like maybe 2-3 across each shelf you could slide that plywood right over the slats and you'll have a flush shelf

    g0dbilla_91g0dbilla_916 oy oldin
  • Why didn’t you buy some steel beam and extend it from the floor? Could’ve anchored it next to the shelf

    Brian GoudreauBrian Goudreau6 oy oldin
  • Ordered my workforit camo hat and is coming in the mail in a few hours!! Very excited to get your brand on me!!!

    Levi ElizondoLevi Elizondo6 oy oldin
  • i work at lowes and i see probably 1000+ people a day

    Logan NapierLogan Napier6 oy oldin
  • What kind of hammer to you use

    Steve WintersSteve Winters6 oy oldin
  • How much money in truck parts do you have just laying around in your shop

    Bass pounders vlogsBass pounders vlogs6 oy oldin
  • Great Job! If you can't find what you need. Make it yourself. My dad and I always sang this song M I C K E Y MOUSE house.

    Michael BennettMichael Bennett6 oy oldin
  • Who cares about the haters and doubters we all know they don't know shit lol.

    WeN33dJusticeWeN33dJustice6 oy oldin
  • I get ya, I like to stay busy. I often do things around the house that will eventually make my life easier in the long run

    The Rough GoThe Rough Go6 oy oldin
  • A lot of great ideas on bracing the twist the bar has as it lifts something. Of Course I have an idea too. “I Beam”the two upper orange bars (rails)together with some 2x4s. Maybe 10”apart with an minimum of 4 of em. Then Unify the 2x4s to the Rails. ...like Soo. []=[]...lol, but the middle support just as tall as the rails(I couldn’t draw it) Maybe?

    Jason VittoJason Vitto6 oy oldin
  • Lol you're telling me your home Depot is open to in-store shopping, here in Ontario Canada you need to order online and get curbside pickup only for hardware stores

    The Rough GoThe Rough Go6 oy oldin
    • Yes, that specific store is still open for customers. It's essentially business as usual. There hasn't really been any drop in business. This is just a big vacation for some people in the area.

      Joshua StohlJoshua Stohl6 oy oldin
  • If I was here 15 hrs ago this would have been my suggestion

    John LunaJohn Luna6 oy oldin
  • Right now I'm about 14 minutes into the video and your last video I was highly interested in how it would turn out in the end and if it was gonna work or not and watching this is so great and I'm very impressed LOL good job Ryno, good job! 👏

    Robert and JaimeRobert and Jaime6 oy oldin
  • Douglas hammer nioce!!!

    jeremiah covingtonjeremiah covington6 oy oldin
  • U bolt into the wall

    Ryan PalmerRyan Palmer6 oy oldin
  • So you do have a GF. I was wondering if you did or not .. never see her in any videos

    Anthony LopezAnthony Lopez6 oy oldin
  • Should attach a cable from the wall to main post. Then it will add support and still be able to rotate.

    grant kenworthygrant kenworthy6 oy oldin
  • Bolt a piece of angle iron across the bottom from front to back below the hoist so the bottom can't twist anymore.

    Big PhilBig Phil6 oy oldin
  • Top heavy!

    Rick ChaidezRick Chaidez6 oy oldin
  • what you asking for the Tahoe wheels

    Richard CastilloRichard Castillo6 oy oldin
  • Add some metal strapping to the wall and top portion of your lift, which will help a lot!

    Reinhard BurkholderReinhard Burkholder6 oy oldin
  • Not gonna lie had my doubts

    VWnerdsVWnerds6 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍 plan execute Succeed Yes Sir That’s A True Win.. Winnniiiinngggg🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽

    Jose RJose R6 oy oldin
  • Nice dude

    Ky BraggKy Bragg6 oy oldin
  • Ryno I ordered some hard hat stickers last week came in mail by 3 days I appreciate the fast service and the stickers look killer on the hard hat bro keep up the good work and stay safe and healthy 💪

    Manuel AragonManuel Aragon6 oy oldin
  • Run a couple of angle iron bars top to bottom and fasten them. Should solve your crane torquing issue.

    Paul RansomPaul Ransom6 oy oldin
  • Yo! What sup Ryan! I’ve been a big supporter of the channel for awhile now. I wanted to know where you get your shirts and hats made cause I wanna get a lot of shirts made for my dad’s business. Him and my brother have two peterbilts and I wanted to have their trucks on the shirts with their business name. I’d really appreciate man. Stay safe out there! Work For It! 🤙🏽

    Chris TrujilloChris Trujillo6 oy oldin
  • All you need to do is get a piece of metal or something to strap the top of the crane to the wall. It will still be able to turn.

    Briason WhitlockBriason Whitlock6 oy oldin
  • When’s the ratchet strap coming for around the base of it to the wall

    Owen SimmonsOwen Simmons6 oy oldin
  • To prevent the flexing from happening y’all should take a pice of steel pipe. Then use it as a collar for the bolts in the square tube.

    Brendan MonagleBrendan Monagle6 oy oldin
  • I'm guessing that little crane doesn't have any sort of a cable guide, so with that boom arm angled way up like that id keep an eye on how bad the cable bunches to one side when lifting. Cable aren't meant to get cross laid over each other and can drastically reduce their life span/safety capacity if they do (yes, i know its light weight but still not good for them). Otherwise, i like the lift, good work!

    Duner08Duner086 oy oldin
  • What I would have done is when you walk in the back door of the Warehouse when you're facing the lift on the right hand stand I would have put the crane on top of the stand and welded it to the top and then put the shelf right next to that in the front of it would still fit the vehicles. Then you could really do the work that you really want to do on vehicles and it will be right there on the Lift ready to go

    Cameron LabelleCameron Labelle6 oy oldin
  • Make a bracket and attach the crane to the wall

    Casey EspesethCasey Espeseth6 oy oldin
  • That is such a stupid idea and waste of time and money

    14jrloco14jrloco6 oy oldin
  • Take the hook and run it back up to the winch it doubles the strength of the cable it should of came with another hook

    luke morrisluke morris6 oy oldin
  • Use the welder and weld in metal to support the metal. Instead of using wood to support the metal bracing. Put a gusset in the corner with a cross bar

    Tyler QTyler Q6 oy oldin
  • Just use the hoist to pull engines

    xlegit13xlegit136 oy oldin
  • Try a Wall bracket channel!! And a gal rigid clamp

    Michael TenaMichael Tena6 oy oldin
  • Thank you sir so far your the first to mention us truck drivers with the nurses, doctors, first responders, etc. Thank you love your videos and the whole "Work For It" moto

    Mathieu RimasMathieu Rimas6 oy oldin
    • @Kacey Spevin ya that's different then saying the words truck drivers

      Mathieu RimasMathieu Rimas6 oy oldin
  • Earphone users BEWARE! Great content Ryno, love coming home from work and watching your videos. Something different everyday (not in this case) 😂

    GUCCI-HAZE -97GUCCI-HAZE -976 oy oldin
  • Try lift the golf cart 👍

    Noe DiazNoe Diaz6 oy oldin
  • If it works it works.

    Joshua brownJoshua brown6 oy oldin
  • Sketchy......lol 🤘🏻

    Ozzy TapanesOzzy Tapanes6 oy oldin
  • That is awesome! When it's a one man show for now it works great.

    Juan GaonaJuan Gaona6 oy oldin
  • I had faith in you the whole time! Lol

    ii Famousii Famous6 oy oldin
    • ii Famous 😊

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • Advise to everyone, don’t hang your mask on your neck (your neck can contact droplets as you’re out and about). And wear it until you’re in your car/ home. It can stay in the air for 3 hrs 🤢 . Stay safe everyone 💕 loving the vlogs with more time on my hands lol

    BeccaBecca6 oy oldin
    • Becca good advice Becca. I unfortunately catch myself doing that a lot.

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • I can’t even imagine being this board to build this catastrophe 😂

    smcox1991smcox19916 oy oldin
    • smcox1991 *Bored

      Royce WintermuteRoyce Wintermute6 oy oldin
  • I loved the past two vids. The knowing/not knowing what you were doing mixed with the confident uncertainess. Very entertaining.

    ieebzieebz6 oy oldin
    • Chromeguy haha that’s the best way to describe my brain!

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • I would weld braces in

    Luke LondLuke Lond6 oy oldin
  • Make a brace that goes around the post of the lift to the wall to keep it from twisting forward

    nothing_but_ gmnothing_but_ gm6 oy oldin
  • Looks like something I would do to. Why?... Because I can. Boredom is the impetus of many a great invention.

    Kevin FisherKevin Fisher6 oy oldin
  • Don't know why I'm already seeing Chris pulling the short straw, being tethered to the hoist, Wes working the switch and all just walking away leaving Chris midway up.. nawww, that'll NEVER happen.

    Johnny -OJohnny -O6 oy oldin
  • put the bit in the drill. hold the packaging. run the drill. pull the packaging off while running the drill.

    Jon WancowiczJon Wancowicz6 oy oldin
  • Just anchor the crane to the wall just below the swing joint. Fab you a bracket that you could use a Ubolt around the upright into a plate and a plate w 2 drive anchors in the wall. Like a + shape.

    Brandon AllenBrandon Allen6 oy oldin
  • Should put a brace From the wall to hoist that doesn’t allow forward movement then the flex won’t be an issue

    Cash BakerCash Baker6 oy oldin
  • Damn man when you are bored you come up with good ideas

    Bigdoug ssBigdoug ss6 oy oldin
  • Old log puller and electrical tape💯

    Josh DavisJosh Davis6 oy oldin
  • The white stuff is called glue

    GUY IN A 2wdGUY IN A 2wd6 oy oldin
  • Wasted money and time. Just put them up like a man.

    Donny StacyDonny Stacy6 oy oldin
  • Slide crane toward leg so angle iron sandwiches leg also. May help eliminate twist.

    Cori EvansCori Evans6 oy oldin
  • Just weld the crane to the orange support

    Donny StacyDonny Stacy6 oy oldin
  • Just use wood chips as shims

    Giancarlo CompanioniGiancarlo Companioni6 oy oldin
  • Love it!

    ryan guileryan guile6 oy oldin
  • YOU SHOULD TEST IT BUT STRAPING HOOK TO A FRIENDS BELT AND SEE IF IT WILL LIFT THEM DEF HAVE THEM WEAR A HARD HAT OT MOTORCYCLE HELMET WOULD BE BEST OR RACING HELMET

    Christopher CovillonChristopher Covillon6 oy oldin
  • Try using some u bolts from a rear block lift set!

    JohnnyKVlogsJohnnyKVlogs6 oy oldin
  • Mount the hoist to the frame of the pallet rack, then use pulleys for the cable to reach your boom point. That way the jib can be used all the way in.

    Jonathan CarverJonathan Carver6 oy oldin
    • Jonathan Carver that’s a good idea, but the boom would always turn itself towards the hoist. You wouldn’t be able to rotate the boom without the change in distance from the hoist causing the load to try to lift up.

      Royce WintermuteRoyce Wintermute6 oy oldin
  • You should definitely put another rack at the end of that one so you can crain in things to the other side as well

    BaySaintLouis 111BaySaintLouis 1116 oy oldin
  • Cooolll

    Mario VerduzcoMario Verduzco6 oy oldin
  • The retail thing is false it the EMTs that are under paid and over worked especially with coved-19 going around

    Connor RoncerayConnor Ronceray6 oy oldin
    • Connor Ronceray the retail thing is not false. It applies to both

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • Everyone hates busy work and now for school with this online learning all they do is give us busy work. Keep up the great videos!

    Ethan MorcomEthan Morcom6 oy oldin
  • Definitely not supposed to be using an extension cord lol

    BaySaintLouis 111BaySaintLouis 1116 oy oldin
  • Maybe run some unistrut behind the crane spanning a few studs and put a big pipe clamp on there would stiffen it right up

    Dodge manDodge man6 oy oldin
  • 1:28 People aren’t working to keep businesses open, people are working because they can’t afford to stop working. You just showed me you ain’t blue collar. You’re at home?? Tradesmen and contractors can work, I‘ve been working. The fuck are you doing at home bro

    Chris OChris O6 oy oldin
    • DMAXRYNO that’s good to hear man, don’t worry one day you’ll be blue collar honestly you should just try Working For It 🤷‍♂️

      Chris OChris O6 oy oldin
    • Chris O you should see my cubicle. It’s covered in pictures of real blue collar workers. Makes me feel like part of the team.

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
    • DMAXRYNO whatever you need to tell yourself bud. You’ve got beautiful trucks and I love the content but you guessed right, you’re not blue collar.

      Chris OChris O6 oy oldin
    • Chris O nobody wants people in their houses working. The city offices are closed down and not issuing permits. Certain states are paying people more to stay home than they would make at work... guess I’m not blue collar 🤷🏽‍♂️

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • I think pa is the only state where most construction is deemed non-essential.

    Travis STravis S6 oy oldin
  • Use the gizmo that goes through the center hole on a spare tire under a truck to hook/unhook the tires quickly. It will also lift the tire flat

    Kyle HunterKyle Hunter6 oy oldin
    • Kyle Hunter not a bad idea

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • On the next upload, Well guys the BBB is off to the body shop.

    RobertRobert6 oy oldin
  • should have got a Hilti

    Marcus GundersonMarcus Gunderson6 oy oldin
    • DMAXRYNO I agree. 😂

      Marcus GundersonMarcus Gunderson6 oy oldin
    • Marcus Gunderson nah... overpriced.

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • is this what he considers "working for it"...? is this why he doesn't take video in the gym?

    toya1914toya19146 oy oldin
    • toya1914 tell my gym to open, I’ll bring you along.

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • What’s up with the workforit lanyards?

    Jerry HolderJerry Holder6 oy oldin
  • What if you use a u bolt near the top of the pole into some blocking on the wall? That might help the twist..

    B MacB Mac6 oy oldin
  • LOL great job.....funny too

    Duaine HookerDuaine Hooker6 oy oldin
  • It’s not a ryno video without a whole lot of complainin’ lol

    Keyser SozeKeyser Soze6 oy oldin
  • wtf did i just get the notification youtube huh

    Humberto JacquezHumberto Jacquez6 oy oldin
  • You should secure the upright for the hoist to the wall

    Andrew MckennaAndrew Mckenna6 oy oldin
    • Andrew Mckenna not a bad idea

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • Nice job Ryno👊

    WOLFSOFBREADWOLFSOFBREAD6 oy oldin
  • Do u like the 12v Milwaukee?

    Ryan McveighRyan Mcveigh6 oy oldin
    • Ryan Mcveigh love it. Wouldn’t use it for all day cutting, but’s it’s perfect to have around for quick cuts. Plenty of power and takes up little space.

      DMAXRYNODMAXRYNO6 oy oldin
  • Just pull and twist bit to remove.

    jon poolejon poole6 oy oldin
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