Pro Rail Rider Tool
Pro Rail Rider Tool

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Product Code: 2025


Derby WorxExperts agree that rail rider alignments create the fastest Pinewood Derby cars.The problem has always been that a prpper rail rider alignment was very hard to achieve.

That has all changed because of the Derby Worx Pro Rail Rider™ Tool, which works with the Pro Axle Press II to put precise bends in axles for alignment adjustment and/or for running with angled axles. When coupled with the Rail Rider™ alignment technique, significant performance improvements can be achieved.

The Pro Rail Rider™ tool:

Assists in Rail Rider™ Alignment Adjustment - The tool will make a precise bend in one front axle for adjusting the alignment of the car for rail riding.

Creates Two Angles - Either a 1.5 and 2.5 degree bend can be made in an axle.
Implements Angled Axles - If cabted axles are desired, the tool will precisely bend the axles for running on the inside edge of the wheels.

The Derby Worx Pro-Axle Press II is required to use the Pro Rail Rider™ Tool.
.The Pro Rail Rider™ Tool is intended for axles measuring approximently 0.087, which include BSA axles, and MV Speed Axles. The tool will work on larger axles, such as those offered by Awana and PineCar, however the angle will be slightly less than 1.5 or 2.5 degrees.

Instructions Included

Check out the following video instructions

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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As expected January 11, 2016
Reviewer: Brian Moore from Victoria, MN United States  
As expected

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Axle bending tool September 25, 2015
Reviewer: Stephen Baumgartner from East Amherst, NY United States  
This tool was easy to use (with the axle straightener) and the instructions it came with were very helpful.

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Works as expected February 23, 2015
Reviewer: Parrym  
Makes bending the axel a no brainer. Just get the tool, put in the axel, a few whacks with a hammer and you can move on the the next step. Easy as pie.

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