Wedge on a Rock Auto magnet

Wedge on a Rock Auto magnet

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Jubjub502

Original Poster:

55 posts

57 months

Friday 18th May 2018
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I’ve always thought the magnets you get when you order parts from Rock Auto were kinda fun. My garage cabinet is heavily covered with them. I figured I’d snap some pics and submit the Tasmin for the heck of it since I’ve put a few of their bits on it. A week or so later they said they’d be putting it on one of the magnets and wanted to do a little feature on it in their newsletter as welI. I think any exposure we can give our cars is good, right?

http://www.rockauto.com/Newsletter/

Oh, and I’ve finally gone around and replaced or tightened several screws on the rocker panels and rear valance etc. it’s made a surprising and significant difference in the way it feels on the road. Should’ve done it long ago. The hardest part was finding decent screws and washers around the garage. Those flat head screws TVR used so heavily drive me nuts.



Grady

1,185 posts

220 months

Monday 21st May 2018
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Good work! Let us know if the magnets happen. Grady

Jubjub502

Original Poster:

55 posts

57 months

Tuesday 17th July 2018
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They did do the magnet.

benebob

358 posts

141 months

Tuesday 21st August 2018
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White and black Tas? If so yeah I got one when I ordered parts for my motorhome.

PhilippeL

1 posts

21 months

Friday 8th March 2019
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Jubjub502 said:
I’ve always thought the magnets you get when you order parts from Rock Auto were kinda fun. My garage cabinet is heavily covered with them. I figured I’d snap some pics and submit the Tasmin for the heck of it since I’ve put a few of their bits on it. A week or so later they said they’d be putting it on one of the magnets and wanted to do a little feature on it in their newsletter as welI. I think any exposure we can give our cars is good, right?

http://www.rockauto.com/Newsletter/

Oh, and I’ve finally gone around and replaced or tightened several screws on the rocker panels and rear valance etc. it’s made a surprising and significant difference in the way it feels on the road. Should’ve done it long ago. The hardest part was finding decent screws and washers around the garage. Those flat head screws TVR used so heavily drive me nuts.
Hello, sorry for the 1 year old threat revival...

I saw your post some time ago about Rockauto magnets.

I also collect them and I have a lot of duplicates available to trade. I would be very interested to add your magnet to my (and my kids') collection!

Do you have some available to trade?

If so, let me know!

Philippe