Review of Racing rivets painted colors by US factory
[slideshow_deploy id=’353′] Racing rivets is a phase for blind rivets used to rivet race car bodies to the frame. Race cars are built to race, hence the phase “Racing Rivets” evolved. Racing rivets made in USA are quite popular and often the fastener used to assemble race cars. These race cars have an assortment of fastening challenges. Riveting fiberglass to metal, lexan to metal, and aluminum sheet to metal. The tubular frame of race cars is a welded assembly with numerous aluminum and steel components. Racing rivets are used to hold many additional components to the frame.
With the knowledge of what racing rivets are, let’s review who makes them. What you’ll find is one US manufacturer who not only offers the largest assortment of racing rivets. They also provide five star performance with thousands of customer comments. They invite you to read them via their EBAY storefront. Their 100% approval rating combined with the largest selection of racing rivets gives customers a one stop shopping option. For more information about this rare US manufacturer who makes and stocks over a dozen painted, COLORED rivets check out aDP Rivet. I believe it’s fair to say this is the only racing rivets manufacturer who offers pink racing rivets supporting cancer awareness.
Blind rivets, racing rivets made in USA, are the best way to accomplish most of the fastening challenges faced when building or repairing race cars. This veteran owned US manufacturer has developed it’s Ultimate multi grip rivets. As well as their Ultimate exploding peel rivets to accomplish all these applications. This US manufacturer makes 100& of their racing rivets within the aDP Rivet’s facility. The provide customers with their latest technology, easy to install, and absolutely the best performing rivets for racing vehicles. Their Racing rivets work flawlessly each and every time you use them and they hold tight all season. Their Racing rivets are available in a dozen colors of high adhesion, scratch resistant epoxy paint. This manufacturer also stocks the largest assortment of painted, colored rivets including the rare colors like purple, extreme green and gray.
Visit aDP Rivet and view the Ultimate Rivet page for all the advantages and informative videos. There is also a rivet comparison, how to use rivets page which itemizes all the pros and cons when choosing what type of rivet you’ll use for fastening. Rivets are not all created or designed equally. In fact some rivets, (other brands of soft aluminum exploding rivets) are NOT designed for using where metal flexes or has movement. Obviously dirt late model race cars have lots of movement, rubbing, scuffing and flexing to say the least. The other brands of soft aluminum exploding type rivets, (tri-fold) all lack the strength and durability features needed for racing vehicles. They don’t pull multiple sheet layers together and the don’t hold very long or very tight. All too often, exploding rivets loosen up prematurely and once they start, they’ll soon reach their failure point. This manufacturer has re-designed and enhanced their exploding, and folding rivets to provide extra clamping strength to hold sheets together tighter and longer. Customers deserve the latest technology, best performing racing rivets available and this manufacturer does just that. Why risk your race car’s integrity to some obsolete brand of copy cat rivets. You want the best possible performance at the lightest weight, while also providing long lasting durability. The penalty for using old technology, defective or poorly performing rivets is far too much to even consider. For more detailed information on the pros and cons of four types of rivets review the “how to use blind rivets” guideline.
Racing rivets made in USA are much stronger, long lasting and cost effective when compared to all the other types. You don’t have to worry about rivets coming loose while you’re lapping the field. aDP Rivets are made of high alloy aluminum and steel and not some mystery metal from China. Be cautious of Dealers who supply old technology, imported rivets because they costs less. Usually their customers have unpleasant experiences when the cheap rivets fail and their body panels flap in the wind. Also be cautious of any dealer who tells you “it’s just a rivet” or similar. Sales staff who downplays the importance of using high quality fasteners won’t be of much use to you when you see the black flag waving you off the track for flapping body panels
Racing rivets made in USA are 100% are made in America. For more information, customer feedback, application demonstrations and how to use blind rivets comparisons make a pit stop at aDP Rivet and take a few minutes to see how rivets are manufactured. Take a look at the following video for application information and demonstrations.
When considering other rivet suppliers, importers or manufacturers, will publish the need for accurate application hole sizes. Some even write articles for industry magazines with elaborate descriptions of why rivets fail. They go to great lengths attempting to dismiss their inferior, old technology rivets by casting blame on you, the end user. They do this because their rivets most likely are faulty an will not work right if they are put into applications where the hole size is the thickness of a human hair too big. Yes, the blueprint specifications do spell out accurate hole sizes with little if any tolerance. In fact, for a conventional 3/16″ pop type rivet the application hole size specification is 0.192 to 0.196 inches. That’s a total of 0.004 thousands of an inch which is about the size of a single human hair. Imagine buying rivets from someone other than aDP Rivet and you ask them why their rivets pull through and leave you with a sharp nail sticking out. Then they tell you your application hole size must be a little too big, over-sized, and they won’t refund your money. Now tell me how many of you have drilled a hole perfectly, without any wandering of the while you’re drilling the hole. I’d say very few humans drill perfect holes and more often the result is a slightly oval or over-sized hole. You’ll have none of these problems when using aDP Rivet racing rivets. In fact, aDP Rivet stocks a huge selection of rivets painted colors will fill oblong holes and they even provide demonstrations of how well their rivets perform in 1/8″ over-sized holes. You can bet there’s too many to count human hairs in an 1/8″, (0.125), and their ultimate multigrip rivets work perfectly. This is one of the few, if only rivet manufacturers you’ll come across who guarantees their ultimate multigrip painted blind rivets will never leave an exposed nail sticking out. Just take a look at their thousands of five star customer approval comments via their customer feedback page. With painted blind rivets commonly purchased and used we’re sure you’ll find plenty of 100% customer approvals on their site. Painted blind rivets are especially pleasing when considering how well they blend into the application appearance.