7075, 7076... Whatever It Takes


  1. Aubrey Land

    Aubrey LandIl y a 4 minutes

    This Old Tony, how difficult would it be to produce a tap and die set for worm threads, for use on wood? That felt like a run on sentence somehow...

  2. Matt

    MattIl y a 5 minutes

    I would think a warped rotor is pretty apparent... wouldn't you feel it in the in your hands?

  3. David Jonsson

    David JonssonIl y a 3 heures

    Hello friends! I can't find Tonys vidjeo building his hydraulic press, is it gone? Please and thanks

  4. Mike O'Barr

    Mike O'BarrIl y a 4 heures

    Man I can't believe how fast the channel is growing now! He just posted his 500k vid 10 months ago. I can't think of many channels that put in the effort he does unless they are full-time FRreporterr's. I'd say he's definitely earned it. Thanks Tony.

  5. Ziggy Davies

    Ziggy DaviesIl y a 11 heures

    I presume you considered adding material to the bike frame bracket?

  6. Eniklis Nihm

    Eniklis NihmIl y a 16 heures

    So, add some to the other side?

  7. Kreg Lamirand

    Kreg LamirandIl y a 19 heures

    This Old Odometer is about to turn over 700,000 subs!

  8. OutOfNamesToChoose

    OutOfNamesToChooseIl y a jour

    Has anyone said that you sound like Mando, The Mandalorian? Because you sound like Mando, The Mandalorian

  9. Ian9toes

    Ian9toesIl y a jour

    I have a similar problem with my KTM front brakes being spongy when the pads get half worn out. I’ve gone to great efforts of bleeding them with no joy. But replacing the pads restores my braking strength.

  10. Chase Cdm

    Chase CdmIl y a jour

    "Even my wife" A+

  11. Rock Fish

    Rock FishIl y a jour

    What?? TF.

  12. Stephen McCreery

    Stephen McCreeryIl y a jour

    the springs also are probly stretched allowing the sag

  13. Owen Digity

    Owen DigityIl y a jour

    Bullshit, never trust a guy with soft hands. Your channel is blocked.

  14. Happy Fox

    Happy FoxIl y a jour

    ah, click bait

  15. Al Eldon

    Al EldonIl y a jour

    OMG his hands talking. Very scary. He can even stop clapping sound with hands. How do you do it? He is alchemist and knows magic. I will not subscribe to such scary hands Thx for video!

  16. Kinzie Burton

    Kinzie BurtonIl y a jour

    Invest in a table router, even still that’s a good way to lose a finger or two.

  17. Sean_Patriot America

    Sean_Patriot AmericaIl y a jour

    Love it!

  18. Craig Hastie

    Craig HastieIl y a 2 jours

    Simple question, why didn't you just add some weld to the frame side and file it back? Just curious as there may be something obvious I'm missing.

  19. Craig Hastie

    Craig HastieIl y a 2 jours

    @This Old Tony thanks! 😁

  20. This Old Tony

    This Old TonyIl y a 2 jours

    that would work! but it's a permanent modification to the bike.

  21. deepin Uranus

    deepin UranusIl y a 2 jours

    Not another scorpa Tony..........

  22. MaxSantos

    MaxSantosIl y a 2 jours

    Why not add the bid to the support?

  23. ChrisHallett83

    ChrisHallett83Il y a 2 jours

    "No other pegging, except foot, is allowed" - hey now c'mon, no kink-shaming here! We're all gentlemen, there's no reason to exclude someone just because he occasionally likes for his partner to take the reins, as it were... Do you what you like with a person what consents, gents! The world's too small and life's too short to feel bad about what makes you feel good.

  24. Gary Skowbo

    Gary SkowboIl y a 2 jours

    Shooting from the hip is usually the best and most accurate way of achieving the results you want.😁

  25. Jon Gandy

    Jon GandyIl y a 2 jours

    You, sir, are a comedic genius. I love your machining, how you story tell though (and I mean every aspect) is priceless.

  26. Robby Hieser

    Robby HieserIl y a 2 jours

    Dude sometimes I can't even with you...lmao!!

  27. Ambrose Kalasky

    Ambrose KalaskyIl y a 2 jours

    Whoa, I didn't know you did dirt bike things. Just sub'ed. Not because of dirt bikes, but ......it helped. You're hired.

  28. Roone Briley

    Roone BrileyIl y a 2 jours

    Grow your damn fingernail out. Jesus.

  29. T Smith

    T SmithIl y a 2 jours

    What I learned

  30. Joseph Case

    Joseph CaseIl y a 2 jours

    Anther consequence of welding the 7075 Tony is the it will usually drop a few T levels

  31. freshpootube

    freshpootubeIl y a 2 jours

    Oh for pete's sake. Glue a stop onto them.

  32. Jamie Beilensohn

    Jamie BeilensohnIl y a 2 jours

    Owned the older scorpa with Yamaha 250 engine. Never let me down. And like you , never owned a new bike.

  33. ShepardIRL

    ShepardIRLIl y a 2 jours

    this video was surprisingly packed full of new info for me.

  34. James Mooney

    James MooneyIl y a 2 jours

    Weld the extra material on the frame dumbass

  35. racebends

    racebendsIl y a 2 jours

    What formula do you use for heat in a project while cutting metal down to hold a close tolerance?

  36. Funny/Gaming 1

    Funny/Gaming 1Il y a 2 jours

    Maybe helpful! I onced had a similar experience with a Renault Clio Sports car, I had just changed the pads but the owner complained that the brakes were spongy. Turns out that the pads I was given were the wrong type, so as soon as I changed the pads the problem was solved.

  37. BDP Racing

    BDP RacingIl y a 2 jours

    Somewhere there is a crusty old machinist with an eye patch and 4 fingers watching your videos then talking shit about how you aren’t a real machinist since you still have all 10 digits.

  38. SHRED CT

    SHRED CTIl y a 2 jours

    Scorpa🤘🔥 Tony I have a new found respect for you.😂 We're more alike than I ever knew!!

  39. SleepnGrunt

    SleepnGruntIl y a 2 jours

    Hey guy, you fuck right off with that "UltraSonic Foot Peg Cleaner".......Subbed

  40. Gorden D

    Gorden DIl y a 2 jours

    you can test 7075 series of aluminum with calcium chloride solution, if it turns black or dark grey it's 7075. And for your extra bonus points if it's Magnesium use white vinegar and will also turn grey black bubbling. yes you can tig weld magnesium with the right filler and lots of argon.

  41. Dat L24

    Dat L24Il y a 2 jours

    "as you can see from the wear on the bolt hole, this'll probably get replaced sooner rather than later" Why not just make and press a delrin or brass bushing in? We do it all the time for old SU carburetors with steel throttle shafts. Years more service is left in those things

  42. JohnIn WayneNewJersey

    JohnIn WayneNewJerseyIl y a 3 jours

    I just have to say here that the production value of your videos is quite impressive. So what were you in your former life, machine operator of film producer? You are definitely quite adept at both.