Tired of the traditional style of hood pins that rust, or lanyards that scratch the paint? Have you lost your hood pins due to removing the lanyard in hopes of protecting the paint finish?
Quick Latch products has developed a new generation of hood fastening technology that far surpasses traditional hood pins in both style and functionality. Automotive enthusiasts often experience problems with losing hood pins, or even forgetting to reinstall them, with rust, and also with lanyards that scratch expensive paint jobs.
Quik latch hood fasteners solve these problems with a sleek, and simple yet elegant snap shut and quick release action. Quik Latch hood fasteners mount to the hood, and line up with studs placed on the core support, or other bracket. Once the hood is closed, Quik Latch fasteners automatically latch to the studs mounted on the core support, and will not release the hood until the center button on the top of the mechanism is depressed. Quik Latch products will not rust, can be painted to match your car, and are manufactured in the United States. Customers who utilize Quik Latch hood fasteners can rest assured knowing that they are adding style, function, and exclusivity to their custom cars. Any reputable custom auto shop should be able to install Quik Latch products for you, or you can choose to self-install.
The Quik-Latch Mini Latches have recently been approved for use in competition by the NHRA! Check out the letter below sent to Quik-Latch by NHRA technical services. The Quik-Latch mini latches are highly effective removable fasteners for body panels, hoods, trunks, and interior compartments. The amount of pontential applications for the Quik-Latch mini is only limited to the imagination of the installer.
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Be sure to check out the newest products produced by Quik Latch Distribution partner, Toxic Fabrication! Toxic Fabrication is producing vehicle specific front bumper Quick Release applications for the Mitsubishi Evo 8's and 9's with more applications in the works. For more information, click