Pine Wood Derby Drilled Block

So your pinewood derby car rolls straight!

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precision drilled pine wood car block

Our Precision drilled pine wood derby car block is drilled straight so your car rolls straight, and gives you 4 configurations to choose froml. When a race can be won by a fraction of an inch, it is important that your car has every advantage.

You get 4 configurations all in one block

1. Standard wheelbase
2. Extended wheelbase, so your car is more stable
3. Standard wheelbase with raised left or right front wheel to reduce friction
4. Extended wheelbase with raised left or right front wheel to reduce friction


Choose the configuration you want and then just fill them in the extra holes with a dab of wood filler.


You get these speed advantages from our precision drilled pine wood derby car block:



Precision drilled for true axle alignment

Your car will go straight down the track.
Minimizes wheel rub on the guide rails.

Optional Extended wheel base

Increases your car's stability.
Weights can be placed farther back on the car.
Read our Winning Pinewood Derby Secrets book for details.

Option to raise one wheel

You can raise one of the front wheels and your car will still roll straight! If that wheel doesn't touch the track, it reduces friction...it works!


The raised wheel can be done on the left or right front wheels.
Try one, then the other to see which wheel makes the car roll the straightest.

High quality pine block

Reduces the chances of splitting or chipping.


Precision Drilled Pine Block

Only $8.95


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      Tips & Hints

      Lead is denser than zinc but lead is toxic, so we do not recommend handling it. Use non-toxic weights like zinc or tungsten.



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      lubes Tip

      Our PRO Graphite, with molybdenum disulfide, is a proven winner. Our Track Tests show an average speed increase of 17%.


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      painting Hint

      Put a coat of wood primer on your car before painting it because pine wood is porous and will absorb the first coat of paint. Lightly sand the primer after it dries, then apply a final coat (or two) for a clean, finished look.


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Pinewood Derby Drilled Block


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