Pull Dents and Saving Money- Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit

Since the beginning of automotive time, fixing body damage and pulling dents has been a necessary task. Unless you're one of the lucky few that scored a pristine barn-find, your going to have to pull some dents and repair some battle scars on your project vehicle. Sure you could just drop it off at the body shop with a trunk full of Benjamins ($100 bills for those not hip), and sit back and let them deal with it.. but what's the fun in that? Here at Eastwood it's no secret we love DIY projects and we also enjoy helping you save money. The new MIG Stud Welding Kit was designed just for that. We all have limited space in our shop and limited cash in our pockets, both of which disappear quickly when you have to buy an expensive, bulky stud welder. Our product engineers worked hard to develop a kit you could attach to one of the most common tools in your garage; the MIG welder. Slid the kit on, drop in an ordinary resistance welder stud, dial your welder in and your ready to go. With a quick press of the MIG gun trigger, your stud is attached and you can start pulling the dent with the slide hammer.

MIG Stud Welding Kit

MIG Stud Welding Kit

Make sure you check out the video above which shows you the basics for pulling a dent (even if you have one of those large resistance stud welders). It also gives some insight into how easy it is to use our new stud welding kit; you won't be disappointed. If you have any ideas for time-saving or money-saving products, feel free to drop us a line and we'd be happy to try and make your idea become a reality!

-Matt/EW

6 thoughts on “Pull Dents and Saving Money- Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit”

  • forgiveness song

    When someone writes an paragraph he/she maintains the image of a user
    in his/her brain that how a user can know it. Thus that's why this article is great.
    Thanks!

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  • leon

    Is Eastwood mig stud welding kit still available trying to order can't find.

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    • MattM

      Hi Leon,

      It is currently out of stock, we're working to get them back in again. Thanks!

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    • Paul

      Same here, I saw the video on Youtube and that is exactly what I need for my current project.

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    • Tom L

      They don't sell this anymore and they don't sell any replacement parts for it. I have one and it won't grip the pins anymore because the gripper wheel is worn out. It is now basically junk.

      Reply
  • Kairi Gainsborough
    Kairi Gainsborough May 12, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    Thanks for the great video on my I can fix dents in my car. I've been wanting to learn how to use a welding gun, so this would be a good reason to get started. It will be so great to save money by just buying my own welding supplies and doing it myself. I'll have to look around for some equipment that looks like the kind in the video.

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