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Wood Axle Peg 7/8"

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  • Looking head on at a multi use peg with its tenon and larger round head.
  • Several of the 7/8" wood pegs in a group.
  • A side profile view of the 7/8" long wood axle peg
  • Looking from the top down at the wood peg that is 7/8" long.
  • A group of the multi-use wood pegs as you would see them coming out of the package.
  • An axle peg on its side showing the tenon and head of the peg.


These Wood Axle Pegs are perfect for toy-making projects! They are 7/8" long with a larger 1/2" cap. You can use them for antennas on a ladybug or rivets on a steam engine.

Building cars and trucks from a toy axle peg is a great way to get creative with your kids. This project is perfect for those who love to work with their hands and see the fruits of their labor.

In addition, it's a great way to teach your children about physics and engineering. The most important part of this project is the wood axle peg.

These pegs are essential in holding the wheels in place and keeping the car or truck stable. Without them, the vehicle would quickly fall apart.

Once you have your wood axle pegs, it's time to start building! Let your children use their imaginations to create the perfect car or truck. With a little help from you, they'll be driving in no time.

These pegs are made of high-quality wood and are very strong. They will definitely make your toy making projects more fun and exciting! Order now and get started on your next project!

Wood Axle Peg 7/8" Specifications

  • The total length of the peg is 7/8".
  • The tenon is 1/4" in diameter.
  • The tenon is 1/2" long
  • The cap which sits on top of the tenon is 1/2" diameter.
  • This wood peg fits a 1/4" hole.
  • They come in a Package of 20.

Finishes on Your Toy Making Projects:

When it comes to finishes for building toy projects, there are a few things to keep in mind.

First and foremost, you want to choose a finish that is non-toxic. This is especially important if the toys will be used by children.

Second, you need to consider the type of wood you are using. Some woods are more porous than others and will require a different type of finish.

For example, you might use an oil-based finish on a porous wood like cedar, but you would use a water-based finish on a non-porous wood like maple. By the way, we don't recommend using cedar to make toys. Woods like poplar, birch, oak and cherry on very good.

Finally, you need to decide what level of protection you need. A simple clear coat will help to protect the wood from everyday wear and tear, but if you want something more durable, you might choose a tougher finish like polyurethane. Whatever type of finish you choose, make sure it is something that will protect your toys and your children for years to come.


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