4 Rotor RX-7 gets a FLOOR?! Flat Bottom time!

25.09.2020
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  • I wear gloves when I'm using angle grinders, band saws, welding obviously, and even bench grinders etc. I wouldn't use gloves with the mill though you are right. Other people wouldn't wear gloves on the bench grinders etc, but I do, and I've never been concerned with entrapment.

    SublimingMule63SublimingMule6320 tuntia sitten
  • Gloves for anything cutting/grinding/welding. No gloves for anything where the machine could grab the glove and suck your hand in. (Mill, lathe, drill press.) leather/mechanix gloves for general handling of heavy/sharp items, black nitrile for anything greasy/dirty.

    freeclimbmtbfreeclimbmtb4 päivää sitten
  • FLAT BOTTOM GIRLS YOU MAKE THE ROTARY WORLD GO ROUND

    Big RedBig Red2 kuukautta sitten
  • gloves bro especially when welding and picking up sheets of metal lol

    C. PatrickC. Patrick2 kuukautta sitten
  • I remember getting shit for making my chassis .120 wall thickness. Fuckin shredded for it just 2 years ago. Now everyone is doing it. 😂

    Brandon ABrandon A4 kuukautta sitten
  • I remember getting shit for making my chassis .120 wall thickness. Fuckin shredded for it just 2 years ago. Now everyone is doing it. 😂

    Brandon ABrandon A4 kuukautta sitten
  • know one but ur self knows best time for gloves 4 ur self if u think should then through them on

    lynx519lynx5194 kuukautta sitten
  • Ayeeee RAT RAT! You gotta introduce it to Cat Cat 😁 theyll be beasties....promise

    Senor SpaghetteSenor Spaghette4 kuukautta sitten
  • Best wishes from Barbados!!!!

    Osarum ObasanjoOsarum Obasanjo4 kuukautta sitten
  • I wear gloves almost all the time, except when I'm in a hurry. I don't operate lathes, but I do wear gloves when using a drill press or a grinder. Edit: typo

    NikoxionNikoxion4 kuukautta sitten
  • Anything rotating no gloves

    Trent BorgersenTrent Borgersen4 kuukautta sitten
  • GLOVE RULE: Wear them all the time unless they could potentially get caught in/on large actively spinning machinery(bench grinder/polisher/mill/lathe). Set up with gloves on, but run the machine with them off if your hands must be close to the spinning bits(remember that tools are your friends). Although gloves protect, they do make you a bit more clumsy as the trade off and industrial tools are not forgiving in any sense. Last thing you want is for the machine to start pulling you in, your a lot softer than what it usually works on...

    TheMajekalBumTheMajekalBum4 kuukautta sitten
  • What type of bottom?

    Ayyy UhhhAyyy Uhhh4 kuukautta sitten
  • I always wear glove except when using a wire wheel on a bench grinder and sometime I wont on the drill press.

    Jeepsterdaddy 37Jeepsterdaddy 374 kuukautta sitten
  • Im a mechanical fitter/ fabricator. I get to work and put gloves on, take them off to eat lunch and thats it. Keep hands away from spinning stuff and think before you move. In certain situations i will take gloves off to feel something and or itricate work like fitting small fastners in a tight spot. I also switch from nitrile gloves to anti cut gloves depending on what im doing, nitrile on a lathe because of cutting fluid ect. Plus god forbid i put my hand in they would just rip. But the rule is, dont put your hands anywhere you wouldnt stick your dick. Think about it, works well. I like my hands clean and free of chemicals and swarfe.

    MongoRoadKillMongoRoadKill4 kuukautta sitten
  • I use gloves almost all the time, only for oily stuff not. But Brakes, Metalwork, Welding and sharp stuff, I always wear gloves.

    FelixFelix4 kuukautta sitten
  • I've had pet rats they are very intelligent and are very clean they have no smell like other pocket pets, and love human contact. Love your RX I had a second gen. And shout out to Rob from your old home of MI.

    Birmingham ReeferBirmingham Reefer4 kuukautta sitten
  • I'm with everybody else with no gloves with anything that rotates. But gloves for everything else more or less.

    Andy HelfrichAndy Helfrich4 kuukautta sitten
  • I wear gloves when I my hands hurt and need them...otherwise I don't generally.

    brian bennettbrian bennett4 kuukautta sitten
  • If you're looking for some ideas on how to handle the front end, there's this one LS swapped 240z that had a completely custom body done where the front fenders had a sort of buttressed edge to the fender, like the scoop behind the wheel was so large it was basically all one big cutout. like the whole thing wrapped over the tire but it cut out at the back with a large vent. The lines actually complimented the car quite well, given the size of tires it had to fit www.superstreetonline.com/features/1903-1972-datsun-240z-american-revolution

    IOnceAteAPineconeIOnceAteAPinecone4 kuukautta sitten
  • imagine how loud if possible an 8rotor would sound lol?

    Romulus CreativeRomulus Creative4 kuukautta sitten
  • mabye a couple of drainage holes would be good? or mabye its not needed

    MurbMurb4 kuukautta sitten
  • I should use gloves when I work on my little briggs projects but I always don't and just eat up my fingers

    Jonah LeachJonah Leach4 kuukautta sitten
  • Rob, get the Street Bandito guys to build you a CF body. Their 240Z is absolutely amazing. Love the progress and how you're not afraid to attack any problem. Incredibly inspiring.

    Philip PowellPhilip Powell4 kuukautta sitten
  • Once again too thick and you should get a bead roller so you can make a thin panel stiff. As for gloves, definitely use them for handling feral cats and rodents. Obviously use them for welding. I like gloves for tasks that throw a lot of sparks like an angle grinder or hot chips like cutting aluminum with a router or table saw. Never when using a mill, lathe, drill press or bandsaw. And speaking of bandsaws, you needed a lower TPI blade for cutting that aluminum. It will cut a lot faster and with less pressure with an appropriate and sharp blade.

    Joe QuixoticJoe Quixotic4 kuukautta sitten
  • I've always been a Black Stallion guy. I just bought the same Miller gloves a couple weeks ago. Now I understand why they're so damn expensive. They're super comfortable, and they really do prevent arc shock. I stick weld for a living. I haven't gotten arc shocked one time since I've used the Millers. I'm sold for sure.

    dadadadankabledadadadankable4 kuukautta sitten
  • Any chemical I use gloves. I don’t like wearing gloves in general. I will wear gloves for handing/moving wood and metal but anything else is no gloves

    Ehu BearEhu Bear5 kuukautta sitten
  • i use fabric gloves for working on suspension, brakes, hot components, metalwork. And I always wear latex gloves when working with fluids. I don't want cancer on my skin.

    Jeroen ReynsJeroen Reyns5 kuukautta sitten
  • As a machinist for 28 years I've never worn gloves, keeps them from ever getting caught in machinery. But you'll end up cutting your hands and getting splinters. But you'll no longer have bitch mittens. Coolant and hand cleaner will soften up the calluses youll gain.

    Matt StocumMatt Stocum5 kuukautta sitten
  • Have you considered making channels in the flat bottom to direct air? Air will get in between the ground and the interior of the car, if you direct that air with channels it will flow better.

    Kyle GeitzenauerKyle Geitzenauer5 kuukautta sitten
  • You out here sayin "the panel by you guys", makin me feel included in this build n shiiit😪😭

    David BurciagaDavid Burciaga5 kuukautta sitten
  • I wear Latex/Nitril gloves all time for everything in the garage. Doesn´t help that much against scraches but against all toxic things(brake cleaner, oil, dot 3 etc ) , dirt and shavings from everything. Pro you have the best feeling of all for wrenching and you can´t get catchend with them in a drill or the angle grinder or in brushes For welding of course welding gloves even though i like them in the winter while working.

    Stiefe300Stiefe3005 kuukautta sitten
  • when working with metal look into miller metalworker gloves (#251067) is what i use. when it comes to welding use your favorite go to welding gloves but the miller metalworker gloves i have had the best luck out of so you dont get cut, metal slivers and such.

    Timothy HumphreyTimothy Humphrey5 kuukautta sitten
  • This is not an rx7 this is a lego car!!

    DIGIMANDIGIMAN5 kuukautta sitten
  • This is lovely

    abel Rentenaarabel Rentenaar5 kuukautta sitten
  • One those kids looks like the kid from dazed and confused!!! Mad props for letting the youth help with the build more respect to you !!! Can't wait for the 4 rotor Corvette

    Austin IliffAustin Iliff5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves are not to be warn when there is a risk of entanglement in moving tools or machinery

    Daniel ThompsonDaniel Thompson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Can I live in that hole with the rat? I'm about to be homeless.

    IM NOT REALIM NOT REAL5 kuukautta sitten
  • I'm a aircraft metal man and never could wear gloves... I want to feel what I need to feel ! Make sure you deburr all the edges of the aluminum !

    Tim WassonTim Wasson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Don't have a lift?

    john doejohn doe5 kuukautta sitten
  • gloves when you cut/grind with abrasive, plasma cutting and water jets not when using any other metal removal methods so if it forms a chip no gloves;-)

    simon norupsimon norup5 kuukautta sitten
  • For metal work and working on cars I'll use gloves on everything that cant de-glove my hand or de-shirt me. (Sawzall, bandsaw, low power hand drills, impact tools, and some higher power drills). Once saw an angle grinder take off a friends shirt, once saw a lathe take... thats a little gruesome so nvm... But you get the idea.

    Peter McDadePeter McDade5 kuukautta sitten
  • When just working on cars like bolting and stuff. No gloves. Cutting aluminum, gloves.

    Eric OpryatovEric Opryatov5 kuukautta sitten
  • when you get the car complete are you going to put it in a wind tunnel?

    DraedoDraedo5 kuukautta sitten
  • 7:00 rob Ross 😂😂

    D NukemD Nukem5 kuukautta sitten
  • 7:00 thats cleetus

    Jesse COCJesse COC5 kuukautta sitten
  • Rob Dahm, specialized in building bad ass rotaries.....and wild rat excavation. 😂🐭🐭😂

    Aaron LohnesAaron Lohnes5 kuukautta sitten
  • Can you just like... make your life a live stream? *ok calm down bro*

    RafeekyRafeeky5 kuukautta sitten
  • Rob Dahm, friend of the wild animals.

    JulzillaJulzilla5 kuukautta sitten
  • Technician gloves, is thin enough for great dexterity and fine work. Protects your hands enough for what ever work you’re doing especially vehicle assembly.

    Patrick PPatrick P5 kuukautta sitten
  • I sbolutely hate wearing gloves when handling parts, tools or bolts and stuff. No matter how good the gloves are, you are slower, dropping stuff und it just sucks. I like to wear gloves when handling chemicals or using cutting or grinding powertools, welding too, of course!

    John DoeJohn Doe5 kuukautta sitten
  • why not design the floor with ground effects? it would be a lot more work but the downforce would be really nice to have, especially at high speeds.

    Darian StamperDarian Stamper5 kuukautta sitten
  • Get some of the 3M Stealth gloves

    madcat105madcat1055 kuukautta sitten
  • Fun drinking game. Take a shot everytime rob says "flat bottom" May the God's have mercy on your soul's

    jdog3690jdog36905 kuukautta sitten
  • Rob do Yourself a favor and olease wear cap-protected working shoes like PUMA or from wish or whatever but don't wear Nike trainers!🙈. #SAFETY for Your Limbs right?

    wert freundwert freund5 kuukautta sitten
  • Flat bottomed floors you make the rockin' world go 'round.

    Taylor HeinzTaylor Heinz5 kuukautta sitten
  • If you use it on a Miller lite it could get sucked in to the spindle and you will lose quite a bit mostly your hands same with like wearing long sleeves or growing out your hair stupidly long like a ponytail or having baggy clothing it's just better to tuck in your pants and shirt when you do that run a Mills or lays welding don't work tethers clothing because that catches fire faster faster than you can even say fire or put it out I know because there's a kid in my welding class who are worried that the most hatter jeans I've seen and in the crotch area he had a tattered spot and as he was welding some spatter caught his crotch area on fire and he got soaked with the crunch tank holes luckily somebody was over there to put them out he was walking around the rest of the day with wet soap and pants because he worked at her jeans but yeah when welding it's smart to wear gloves to keep the heat out and if you feel like wearing gloves while putting in tooling or changing tooling that is perfectly fine it's just not why the machine is running it's not smart because your finger and your hand will easily get sucked into the spindle also if you use sandpaper on a lathe do not bring the bottom like if you throw it over the back side and you're holding it as if you're polishing somebody's shoe do not bring your two hands together otherwise your thumb will get sucked in and pretty much shatter it's not pretty I've seen a kid lose a good majority of his fingernail doing that also if you go to touch off with a piece of paper be very very careful because you're you can slip I should know the first time I did it I accidentally slipped into the mill and I was doing so well until that one point try to touch off you have to leave the spindle running get really close and up to it so many bumped into me just a little bit my finger slid into the end Mill didn't cut into the bone but it got really close got 5 days off of school loved it even though it was on a Friday still got my day Tuesday off but yeah be careful you can lose a limb faster than you'd think it's a lot like driving take the necessary safeties into mind I don't like being one of those people who tells you what to do I can't make you do anything you don't want to just keep this stuff in mind no it might be a lot to read but I love what you do I love what you're doing with the channel you inspire me to push myself to do better and to learn what I can do not what I can't and I am the ability to your passion to the full extent that is something I am working on anyways rob you have a slow day and God bless I'll be praying for you dude don't let people keep pushing you down love what you do keep up the amazing work

    Chece FoxChece Fox5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves?

    MichaelMichael5 kuukautta sitten
  • You should do quick release twist pins

    NYC KINGNYC KING5 kuukautta sitten
  • So I just got the same corvette you have and omfg when you turn in high speeds it handles niceee

    NYC KINGNYC KING5 kuukautta sitten
  • Now to enclose the rest of the spinning parts, etc, to protect yourself from them if they decide to grenade their parts outwards and at you. I hear shrapnel injuries aren't pleasant. Please cover the running gear BEFORE the accident happens bro, please! entanglement is and should be a real and current concern, You're too pretty to risk getting minced. Just being honest mate.

    The Hungry SlugThe Hungry Slug5 kuukautta sitten
  • Well done Matey. Knuckle bump and a thumbs up!

    The Hungry SlugThe Hungry Slug5 kuukautta sitten
  • rob how many shirts are you going to wear in this episode LOL

    Slimdime ttvSlimdime ttv5 kuukautta sitten
  • Pretty much I never wear gloves when using a rotating tool.

    Brett WatsonBrett Watson5 kuukautta sitten
  • I really think an original Delorian would be perfect weight and size for a 6 rotor engine....

    Matthew MahaffeyMatthew Mahaffey5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves anytime you are moving sheet metal

    john smithjohn smith5 kuukautta sitten
  • quite often i dont even wear gloves when tig welding. never wear gloves unless im doing something really dirty like changing oil or swapping blades on machines at work. if im doing a lot of welding ill wear gloves but not normally (if im handling large heavy sheets ill wear gloves though)

    andy Pocockandy Pocock5 kuukautta sitten
  • Everyone: buys a mousetrap Rob Dahm: hold my peanut butter

    SharkSheakerSharkSheaker5 kuukautta sitten
  • I don't wear gloves AT ALL!! I've been a technician for 24 years, never once i have warned gloves. In the process of not wearing any gloves my hands have calluses and most of the time i don't feel heat or pain lol yes heat or pain. I can pinch heater hose claps and remove them like using pliers lol i saw my grandfather do this way back in the day and wondered how in the flying F@K is he doing this!?!? Now I know lol

    Elias MelendezElias Melendez5 kuukautta sitten
  • I wear gloves whenever I’m lifting anything heavy/sharp, nitrile gloves for working with liquids like oil and fuel and never gloves when working with moving machinery unless they are nitrile as they rip extremely easily

    TomV2002TomV20025 kuukautta sitten
  • Don’t where gloves with stationary tools like rollers and bench grinders because you can get sucked in. On hand held stuff wear gloves. Like angle grinders or Sanders

    Blake BradyBlake Brady5 kuukautta sitten
  • So the welded floor wasn’t good enough 4 you huh 😞

    Fabrication FatherFabrication Father5 kuukautta sitten
  • I wonder if rob took inspiration from the panels under the insight with the 3 removal pieces

    Alex BatistaAlex Batista5 kuukautta sitten
  • This car KEEPS getting better and better. See what I did there?😄

    UncleManuelUncleManuel5 kuukautta sitten
  • One day Rob will buy a lift so he no longer has to work on the floor 🙋‍♂️🇦🇺

    Luke JamesLuke James5 kuukautta sitten
  • Would keeps work on my beard?

    pricey0986pricey09865 kuukautta sitten
  • If there is a chance to get caught, IE band saw, no gloves

    StephenStephen5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves and glasses all the time, PPE is important cause accidents happen, ears are annoying so only when you're using powertools

    Agent SoshiAgent Soshi5 kuukautta sitten
  • C'mon Rob, everyone knows this: the only times you take your gloves off are when you *swear* you had better hand-eye coordination, or to look up a ChrisFix video on your phone.

    Cole CrouterCole Crouter5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves? What are those? Nah, in all seriousness, I wear gloves when handling heavy stuff or anything with a square or otherwise potentially sharp edge.

    Cjbarker2Cjbarker25 kuukautta sitten
  • Every time Rob says, "flat bottom," do a shot. Your liver will hate you. 🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃🥃

    Allen LAllen L5 kuukautta sitten
  • Please help me my ex fiance was forced into the sex industry and I was forced into committing crimes to keep her safe her name is kate medina Ramirez and my name is Jacob windham she has been filmed with the brazzers porn channel please help me stop this

    jacob windhamjacob windham5 kuukautta sitten
  • Rob Dahm: im building a sick rx7 4 rotor.... Rob Dahm 10,000 years later: im still building a rx7 4 rotor =P.... jk take all the years you want!, i love the work!!! wish i could be apart of it!!!!

    richie gerardirichie gerardi5 kuukautta sitten
  • ROB WE NEED A CHANNEL PET KEEP THE RAT

    LixlerLixler5 kuukautta sitten
  • wear gloves for greasy shit and keep hands clean really. if the shit i had to deal with was as clean as yours i wouldnt wear any. if im dealing with metal tho deffff wear gloves, i just hate absorbing small metal particles into my skin and then having to go home

    JCannabisJCannabis5 kuukautta sitten
  • I honestly don't like wearing gloves most of the time. They interfere with touch/grip too much most of the time. But sometimes if it's real messy, hot, or toxic, they might be valuable. Nice work, BTW :)

    Dallas SmallDallas Small5 kuukautta sitten
  • Please actually take this to a wind tunnel, allot of things people think will work are actually either bad or plain dangerous.

    Toms TechToms Tech5 kuukautta sitten
  • First thing I noticed when I started the video was the lighting! Amazing quality all of a sudden lmao

    Chewy LewyChewy Lewy5 kuukautta sitten
  • no gloves for belt sanders, mills and leaths ban saws is ok, for the lath and mill use players to remove shavings, just remember the golden rule... dont put your fingers were you wouldnt put your dick

    dx_hacksawdx_hacksaw5 kuukautta sitten
  • As has been said here over and again, no gloves near anything that is rotational in its operation process. Period. Ever. Just don’t do it. The horror stories are few but brutal in the shop where I work which is with very large format sheet-fed printing presses and a beast of a web press. However when we are dealing with ancillary materials (aluminum printing plates to be specific for part of my job) gloves are a must. We use neoprene coated knit gloves for that. Not advertising for one specific brand but HyFlex gloves are the standard. Watch Formula 1 racing coverage and pretty much all you will see the mechanics wearing are HyFlex. Great dexterity and flexible AF. Much better than the bulky welding gloves you are currently using.

    retrieversqbdretrieversqbd5 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey those jack stands were recalled

    Matthew MacaMatthew Maca5 kuukautta sitten
  • i wear some very thin tight (like borerline too small) gloves for everything except the drill press, lathe, and mill. around a bandsaw is hit or miss because typically your hands arent that close to it. i just dont want to cut the shit out of my hands on stuff or have to pick up/hold a sharp edge

    UnknownProductions0UnknownProductions05 kuukautta sitten
  • Try and make your floor plate accessible incase you need to do repairs or check something out its not too hard to remove three or four separate pieces. Bless up

    DennyDenny5 kuukautta sitten
  • Just wear the industrial nitrile glove when you you want gloves on but full size leathers are inconvenient that’s just me though

    LivinHigelifeLivinHigelife5 kuukautta sitten
  • Why 4 inches? is it due to registration purposes? is it due to 4" being the optimum height for aero (doubt it) is it because that is the current lowest point of the car with all of the suspension geometry set at that height ?

    STEEVSUPREMESTEEVSUPREME5 kuukautta sitten
  • Anyone else notice the side skirt looked cracked when he was showing the tool he created? Also don’t use gloves with machinery that spins homie.

    xxcrazykeithxxxxcrazykeithxx5 kuukautta sitten
  • when she got curvy hips but a flat bottom

    Ty KappTy Kapp5 kuukautta sitten
  • Liked before watched

    Brad BurksBrad Burks5 kuukautta sitten
  • Gloves almost always, unless I'm doing something precise

    Kyle LovellKyle Lovell5 kuukautta sitten
  • Depends on the glove. I use gloves with a mill regularly, but they slip off easily, too.

    GnarlingtonGnarlington5 kuukautta sitten
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