- 0 Degree guide for BSA SLOTS ONLY
- #44 Drill bit
- Mini Center of Gravity Mass Balance
- Wheel insertion / Removal tool
- Barrette File - Fine Cut for axle burr removal
- Wet Sand Paper 400-10,000 grit
- Derby Worx Wheel Mandrel
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Tool kit is designed for beginners / novice that will not break the bank. Simple build techniques. More advanced builders will benefit from our more advanced tool kits such as our Pinewood Derby Master Tool Pack. You will not find these tools anywhere but from Derby Dust.
Get the most popular tools for official Cub Scout pinewood derby kits in one bundle and save! Our Basic Tool Pack includes the following tools:
Pinewood Derby car tools are a must-have for every racer. This is all the tools for the DIY dad. There is nothing left. This will cover all aspects of a build. When time is not on your side, the right tool will get the job done fast and correctly on the first try. Our pinewood master pack covers all the parts of a pinewood derby build. Whether you're working with a pre-made car kit or starting from scratch with a basic pinewood block, Derby Worx's patent specialty tooling is the right tool for the job. Quality counts, and Bill stand's behind his products.
Master Pack Contains:
- Pro-Hub Tool
- Pro-Outer Hub Shaver
- Pro-Body Tool II (BSA Version)
- Pro-Axle Guide
- Pro-Press II
- Pro-Wheel Mandrel
- Pro-Rail Rider Tool
- Pro Wheel Shaver XT2
- Pin Vise
- Barrette Axle File
- Axle Pliers
- Wet Sand Paper 400-10,000 grit
- Wheel Polish Kit
- Wheel Bore Sealant
- Cotton String
- Fluffy Piper Cleaners
- T-shirt Strips
- Axle Final Polish
- #44 Drill Bit
- Wheel Measurement Gauge
- Weight Drill Guide - BSA
- Gap Gauge
- Derby Dust Dry Graphite Lube - 1 oz
The Ultimate Drill Guide without breaking the bankConvertible Model. Use the key for BSA slots for perfect axle alignment. Omit the key if you are using a block without slots. Slightly over sized because we know there are rarely any blocks perfectly 1.75" in width. Make sure to register the same side against the Guide when not using key for drilling. Use pin vise for years of use. Can be used with drill with ease. $19.95 compare to $150.
- Drill 3 degree rear camber
- Drill 0 degree
- Drill High Wheel
- S- Steer positive camber with toe in
- #44 Drill bit included
The Solution to Busted Axle SlotsWith the power of 3d printing we mated the two popular pinewood derby tools and came up with the perfect tool to pre-drill axle slots for axles. I promise you will 100% accurately correctly drill you axle slot every single time, perfectly. We are the first to market. I am 100% certain others will copy, but just let you know we were the FIRST. We are so confident that these are successful, we have purchased at total of 7x 3D printers to make inventory for 2021 Derby Season because we have to print of 20,000 hours of inventory! If your slot is not perpendicular to your body, its not going to fix that. You will need a NON keyed drill guide such as the Derby Worx Pro Body Tool 2 to fix this error. This simply drills your slots so that you do not bust your axle slots. This is a solution that many desire. Derby Dust ZERO degree Drill Guide for BSA Axle slots is the perfect and only tool you should now use to drill axle slots. Made of environmentally friendly PLA plastic, this tool can be used over and over. We have no problems drilling 25+ cars on a single jig Included is a #44 drill bit for perfect axle install. Drills a perfect .086″ diameter hole for your BSA axle every single time!
Drill the following patterns for BSA distance cars:
- 3x 3/8″ holes from the rear which will are raised enough to go over axle slots and drilled axles
- 3x 3/8″ holes from the side
- 9x 3/8″ hole pattern for the bottom
- 4x 1/4″ peep holes for those packs that require the visualization of BSA axle tips. Also great way to glue your axles down after tuning.
- Brass Drill Guide include to ensure decades of usability. Save it for when your are a grandpa.
Pinewood Center Gravity Mass StandThis balancing point (COG) will differ from car to car due to design, type of weight, type of wood, etc. Knowing at what point your center of gravity will help you determine how aggressive your steer will need. It will also need to be adjusted according to what type of track you are racing on. Center of Gravity Mass matters if you want the best setup. With a completely assembled car, start balancing with the rear of the car hovering over the numbers. Once you balance it, look down at the witness marks and locate where your rear axles are. This will tell you your COG. Plus it doubles to help you install wheels without messing the other side.
Pinewood Center Gravity Mass StandThis balancing point (COG) will differ from car to car due to design, type of weight, type of wood, etc. Knowing at what point your center of gravity will help you determine how aggressive your steer will need. It will also need to be adjusted according to what type of track you are racing on. Center of Gravity Mass matters if you want the best setup.
Derby Worx Pro Axle Bender which is the absolute best tool for bending Pinewood Derby axles. You can now easily get a precise bend every time. No need for a hammer… just place the axle in the Pro Axle Bender and easily bend it with your fingers. Axle bending allows rear wheels to run canted, and/or the front dominant axle to be aligned for rail riding or straight alignment. Accurate alignment is a major factor to producing a fast pinewood derby car. The Pro Axle Bender is a fully adjustable Pinewood Derby Car Axle Bender designed to give builders a wider range of bend angles. By simply adjusting the stop collar with a 3/32" hex wrench, bend angles of 0.5 to 10 degrees can be achieved for a wide range of tuning options.
This is a must if you have to install axles in slots. Don't waste your time trying any other tricks. Plain and simple it's worth the costs to save the headace! This is by far the best possible tool for this purpose. We use it on EVERY build.
Be sure to only use the best wheels that you can use. All wheels might be manufactured equal but are not produced equal. The current mold has been used over 10 years to date. Out of round and flawed bore wheels are quite common these days. Mass production with truly little quality control measurements can be seen if you take the time to look for it.