Official Redline Derby Axle Alignment Jig

redlinederby Sunday, 12/1/2019
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Nothing is worse than crooked axles, am I right? The official Redline Derby Racing Axle Alignment Jig is here to help get the most out of your build cars.

What's a jig?

An alignment jig is an essential tool in any modder's toolbox. A jig helps keep the axles straight and parallel when affixing them to the chassis when you do an axle swap or custom job. 

Our jig is compact and easily adjusts to the length of your chassis. It even has a handy parts tray and rubber feet. The jig is made from durable plastic that will last for years in your workshop. And these aren't just for Hot Wheels. Any 1/64 scale size car should fit just fine, Matchbox, Johnny Lightning, etc.

Jigs are designed and made in Ohio by Redline Derby Racing.

Buy from the Redline Derby store

Alignment jigs are in-stock and ready to ship. Visit the Redline Derby store to place your order.

Want one for free? Check out the upcoming mail-in races and events to find out if you can get an Alignment Jig for winning a race.


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redlinederby 12/1/19
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And they make great stocking stuffers!

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Mattman213 12/2/19

Looks great, order placed!  See if my hand made ones are worth a flip compared to this one.  

Matt

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WorpeX 12/2/19

Whhhhaaattt RLD has a store now!?!?! Love this, purchasing one right now.

  • It's a sad store right now...but will hopefully add some more items over time. — redlinederby
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Rusty 12/2/19

Had to order one.....Neat deal!!

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LeagueofSpeed 12/2/19
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...did someone buy a 3D printer...or we talking outsourced.

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3DBotMaker 12/3/19

Order placed! I will say, at $9.00 with free shipping, that price seems a little low. First class shipping is going to eat up around $3.00 of that.

  • Yeah...shipping's a killer. Price may change, so early buyers might win out :) Pricing is tough as I tend to price things at the level where I'd pay for it. — redlinederby
  • But I'm certainly covering costs, so I'm not worried about that. — redlinederby
  • I woulda paid up to $20 for it. It's not a product you can get anywhere else or even make yourself for this cheap. You should definitely think about upping that price! — WorpeX
  • Probably will go up after this first batch, selling well so far. I wouldn’t pay $20 for it lol. Plus large portion of community is DIY folks so I gotta find a balance. Heck, I figured most people have made one already...thought they’d be a harder sell. Live and learn :) — redlinederby
  • haha, I saw the thread about them awhile back and saw everyones solutions and they all looked like too much work for me haha Your solution is perfect! — WorpeX
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GR33K 12/3/19

Just ordered mine!

If I send $10 with my next shipment of cars (not including return shipping for cars) can I get one?

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redlinederby 12/5/19
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The Redline Derby store is back open for business. We're once again accepting orders for jigs.

As to what happened...I have no idea. I woke up Wednesday to find the Etsy shop shutdown with zero information about why. I submitted a help ticket to Etsy and then sometime after dinner found the store was magically open again. Then an hour later got a message from Etsy saying sorry...yet still with no info about what happened or why. Kind of frustrating as I can only hope that the store doesn't get closed suddendly again. Ugh. 

Again, sorry for any inconvenience. Hopefully things will go smoothly from here on out.

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Mattman213 12/6/19

Boom!  Showed up just now (as did the Fairmont).  Looks amazing and will be used tonight to help with my 55/57 Race entries!!!

Thanks for such a cool piece at a great deal!

Matt

  • Awesome, glad it got there quickly. First time I had used Etsy to print shipping labels...good to know it works! Enjoy! — redlinederby
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Go_Time 12/6/19

I was lucky enough to T&E (test and evaluate) these jigs, and I can say with 100% confidence these jigs are LEGIT!!! I built cars with my jig and the RLD jig and found the RLD jig to be just as true if not truer than my own homemade jig...this jig is legit!

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Rusty 12/7/19

So Much for so Little!!!!!

This is the rig to get.First class all the way.Makes me want to get to modding.


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