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2 1/2" Wood Slab Wheel

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0.49 LBS
  • A few slab wheels with one standing up showing the roundness and precision of the wheel.
  • A slab wheel laying down showing the 3/8" hole drilled through the center.
  • A group of six slab wheels ready to be used on a woodworking project.
  • Three slab wheels with one in a rolling motion.
  • a pile of slab wheels showing off their concentricity


Building toys with wood slab wheels is a great way to stimulate your child's creativity and imagination.

The best part about using wood slab wheels is that they are easy to find and relatively inexpensive.

Once you have your wood slab wheels, you can use them to build just about anything your child can imagine. from cars and trucks to trains and planes. The sky is the limit when it comes to building with wood slab wheels. So get creative and have fun with your child today.

2 1/2" Wood Slab Wheel Specifications:

  • The diameter of the wheel is 2 1/2".
  • Each wheel is 3/4" thick.
  • There is a 3/8" hole drilled in the center of each wheel.
  • They come in a package of 6.

2 1/2" wood slab wheels have a surprisingly diverse range of uses. While they are most commonly used to make toy cars, they can also be used in a variety of other projects.

For example, they can be used as casters for furniture, or as wheels for small hand carts. They can also be used in educational projects, such as building models of the solar system.

In addition, 2 1/2" wood slab wheels can be a fun addition to any child's toy box. With a little imagination, they can be used to create all sorts of different vehicles, from trains to planes.

So whatever your project, don't forget the versatile 2 1/2" wood slab wheel.

2 1/2" Wooden Slab Wheel Suggestions:

The wood slab wheels that are 2 1/2" in diameter will work great with the following items that have been tested by the staff at Cherry Tree Toys.

  • Use the #323, #10 or #324 wood axle pegs to attach your wheels.
  • Wood Toy Oil (Finish your projects with toy oil for a non-toxic finish)
  • A 3/8" wood dowel will work as an axle also.
  • Many other sizes of the faced thick wood toy wheels are available.

There are many ways to build wooden toys, and the best way often depends on your particular talents and preferences.

One option is to use a woodworking pattern as a guide. These patterns provide detailed instructions on everything from cutting the wood to assembling the finished toy.

Another option is to simply get creative on your own. Whether you prefer to follow a specific layout or design your own toys from scratch, there are virtually endless possibilities when it comes to woodworking projects.

Regardless of which approach you choose, the key to successful wooden toy construction is having the right tools and materials for the job.

With these basics in place, you can start building incredible toys that both kids and adults will love!

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