Freerider: I like how she dress up for dirty work lol :)
Basti Floe: she´s just pisst of at last XD
legitskateclips: look at those knockers @_@
alex prinzo: Damn...she is bad!
ryswe: good call on hiring jessica. sweet jesus
John Gee: I Totally Dig the (RS1 Sim Racing Rig ) I am Currently in The building phase of it . Instead of using 2x4's I went with 2x8's and 3/4 plywood.. Well I Have Learned one thing ahead of time before a mistake was made (Thanks) to this video because of me using 2x8's I need to buy my seat 1st (From Junkyard) See I Weigh 400 lbs. Big guy and I need Room and I Also Doing mines in length of 56in so I can fully Adjust to any length to Accommodate my Short Self or a Tall Person Yes I am Short Like Shaun lol.. Hard Part Go Be Pedal Position Because my legs aren't close together so I am go have to figure something out and maybe by and 2nd pedal set and jury rig something from both sets
John Gee: I Would Like to know where you get those Decals from? you know xbox one , Shell ones like that I Can add to mines
John Gee: I Wouldn't Use MDF (its to Fragile) other wise very Good idea for Sim Build. But for me I am using Hardwood Plywood and using 2x8's in place of 2x4's this give base added height and more beefy
MustacheVerra: She's gorgeous. Where is she at now?
ian dick: i hope shes wearing safety shoes
Michael Almario:5:41 - Stare 5:44 - Success Face 5:45 - Keep it Cool Face
Ryan Moss: Use LDF instead of MDF. It's the same, but isn't toxic.
Stefan Asmussen: Try making one side first, cut the other close and then use a router to match up both sides evenly. You can even use a piece of wood nailed into the mdf or plywood to run the router along..