Mag-Daddy Magnetic Fasteners revolutionize after-market replacements
This revolutionary automotive fastener ratchets itself to the correct height and magnetically attaches to the frame. Completely universal, it literally allows the replacement of every different automotive clip on the market today.
According to the company website, magdaddyusa.com , its patent-pending design is a perfect time and money saving solution for auto body shops, restoration shops, custom projects and after-market shops. It also fulfills the niche for the Do-It-Yourselfer.
In addition to the Mag-Daddy we offer a complete line of automotive fasteners, including the Cable-Daddy, The Low-Profile, the Heavy-Duty, the Sticky, the Spike-Daddy and the Max-Nut. Their convenient kit provides you with an assortment of all these great products. Mag-Daddy automotive fasteners also fit all makes and models.
Here’s a short interview conducted on the floor of Cobo Center on the last night of the Detroit Autorama 2011, just be fore the presentation of the Ridler Award.
Mag-Daddy is owned and operated by True North Corporation, a new and expanding automotive aftermarket company. True North is also teamed up with one of the leaders in the automotive fastener industry, Termax Corporation.
For the record, Termax Corporation has been building and designing OEM approved automotive fasteners to companies such as Volvo, GM, Ford and many more. Every car on the road today has at least one Termax product within it.
After witnessing for years, the struggle that auto body shops and restoration shops had with automotive fasteners, like snapping back or getting stuck in the automotive panel or the frame of the car, True North saw a need for a new type of fastener.
That is when True North, with help from Termax Corporation, designed the line of revolutionarily magnetic fasteners. The Mag-Daddy product line, for example, is a way to save restoration shops time and money by not having to search for replacement automotive fasteners that are not reliable.
Mag-Daddy also offers the first and only all-in-one product line that is a one-stop-shop for every automotive fastener need.
About the Author: After 39 years in the auto industry as a design engineer, Frank Sherosky now day trades, writes articles, books and ebooks via authorfrank.com, but may be contacted here by email: FrankS@TorqueNews.com
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