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Speedway Tech Talk - Mag Daddy Magnetic Fasteners

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Speedway Motors employee Pat O. took a couple minutes to talk about a handy little product available at Speedway Motors.

The Mag Daddy Magnetic Fasteners are a great alternative to drilling holes in your car. Speedway Motors offers a few different options of Mag Daddy Magnetic fasteners, and Pat grabbed a few off the shelf to display.

For running fuel lines and such, the 1 inch option works great as a support between existing hard mounts.

Another inventive option is the zip-tie mount. It’s as simple as sliding a zip-tie through the mount point, bundling your lines, be they wires or otherwise, and hanging the magnet where you chose.

Last but not least is the flat panel magnet. Equipped with a flat plastic backer, you can glue this to the back of your door panel, sew it to the panel, or even rivet it on.

These magnets are strong. Pat drove for an entire season after using these fasteners, and even considering the somewhat punishing roads of Nebraska, everything was still right where he left it when he first put them on his car.

To check out the full line of Mag Daddy Magnetic Fasteners, click here.

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