Whether it’s the lack of money, time, or any other issue, sometimes people decide to take matters into their own hands and come out with innovative ways to fix a problem. A temporary solution may not appear pleasant or it may even look ridiculous sometimes, but what’s the harm if it serves the purpose of solving a problem.

A resourceful approach to problem-solving not only saves money but also inspires creativity. The subreddit r/RedneckEngineering is a place where you can find some interesting hacks and DIY projects that may seem funny but they probably worked as quick, alternative ways of solving a problem. Scroll below to see some recent posts on the subreddit. And if you wish to explore funnier DIY projects, check out our previous posts, here and here.

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#1 Our Doorbell Has Been Broken So We Had To Improvise

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#2 Does This Count?

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#3 A Pvc Pipe Basketball “Hoop” I Made So That My Son Could Practise

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#4 Saw This Volume Limiter On R/Hometheater Thought Of This Sub

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#5 Cut A Pool Noodle In Half To Make A Comfortable Armrest For The Truck. From Australia

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#6 It Makes Sense

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#7 Not The Prettiest, But It Gets The Job Done!

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#8 Who’s Laughing Now?

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#9 A Plunger And Hot Water, Who’d A Thunk It

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#10 Czech Engineering

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#11 Homemade Roller Coaster

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#12 How To Keep Your Drone From Falling Down Into A River

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#13 My 11 Year Old Scotch Taped The Phone To His Face So He Could Play Xbox And Talk

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#14

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#15 Only Had Two Batteries, And Also This Thing Was Crazy Bright

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#16 Disinfecting In A Beiping Market, Smart And Timely!

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#17 Ain’t Stupid If It Works!

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#18 Portable AC Unit (Pumps Ice Cold Water From Cooler Through Copper Coil Over Fan)

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#19 Fixed The Downspout

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#20 My Father Built His Own Observatory

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#21 Adjustable Wrench

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#22 Anti-Theft Protection

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#23 This Guy Built A Wooden Gym So He Could Train

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#24 Safe As Houses

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#25 Humane Rat Trap

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#26 Found In A Group Called “Stairs Designed By People Who Aren’t Afraid To Die” But I Still Quite Like How Simple And Cheap A Solution It Is

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#27 Back In 2006 When We Lived In Thailand I Couldn’t Find A Guitar Hero Guitar For My Playstation 2 So I Hacked A Knock-Off Dualshock Controller And A Mosquito Zapper Into A DIY Guitar Hero Controller – Complete With A Mercury Switch For Star Power

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#28 Automatic Door

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#29 Redneck Rotisserie

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#30 Someone Suggested This Would Fit Here

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