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Axle alignment jigs are back on sale. Shipping times might be extended due to trip limitations but you'll get your product as soon as possible.
Just placed an order for a second one last week. The one I ordered a month or so ago is a little warped I think, my wheels wobble a bit
Order placed can't wait to use it.
Got mine today and already putting it to use. Than you love it already.
Great jig....and i do use hot glue, works fine on a race track. Use Stanley dual temperature and a high quality glue gun like the Arrow brand for $60 at Home Depot, the hotter the glue, the stiffer it cools.
Just a tip, instead of using small weights to hold the car down, just use a rubber band.
I thought of a design change to improve the jig. Put in a bolt and wing nut through the pieces that slide and add a long slot in the sides, that way you can lock in your wheelbase and prevent it from falling out if you turn it upside down.
When gluing plain axles with no tubes, I want to hold the car upright in one hand, and put the jig upside down on the wheels, then flip it over.
If I flip the car over, the glue is not sticky enough to keep the axles from falling out.
Got mine a few weeks ago! Thanks
Our own League of Speed did a great tutorial on not only using the axle jig, but how to align your wheels and get them in the chassis so they're straight ready to roll.
Just ordered my jig, I own a small bar in Iowa, and we started having Hotwheels racing on Sundays when the sports all stopped for the virus, and now we are going to keep it going ! Getting ready to do my first mods !