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Stud Welder Dent Pulling System is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stud welder dent puller saves the day!! The recently purchased stud welder dent puller I purchased from eastwood, saved me time and unecessary damages to, alot of my customers, vehicles,and it has almost tripled my,business. I document all of my Repairs, with photographs, and when, customers or future customers see my work, and the products I use, from Eastwood, They highly recommend my company because of these, certain products, that are professionally used by myself, on their vehicles. Thanks Eastwood
Date published: 2010-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used for installing window trim rivets Have not used the "dent pulling" part of this yet. I used it to install window trim rivets on my 69 Camaro. I was able to get it to work, although the grounding portion of it is quite large, which makes it difficult to fit in the confines of many early window frames/channels. I don't see the need for the grounding area to be as big around as it is. If it was about 25% smaller it would have been perfect. As far as price, I could have probably gotten this cheaper. I'm sure it is essentially a re-branded standard issue spot welder. Quality seems good (made in USA!! )
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very well. Another good tool from Eastwood! Works fast and the studs arewell fastened . I can pull dents that otherwise would require major surgery to access the back side of them. Work just like it is suppose to.
Date published: 2010-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IT was very professionl It will be a very great help in my work
Date published: 2010-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Unit A-OK Help- Metal will not budge. Maybe 80yr old is not strong enough on the hammer?
Date published: 2013-12-29
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Can I use the shrinking tip with this model?

Asked by: Maze
Yes, it will fit.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-12-18

Do the 2.5mm studs work with this tool?

Asked by: howard63
Hello Howard, The 2.5 mm studs would be just a bit to big for that unit. The largest pin that the unit will take is 2mm.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2014-09-15

Will this gun work with trim rivet tip and trim rivets?

Asked by: Bkirch

Do you have studs that will allow this unit to be used with aluminum panels?

Asked by: EricGT
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Stud Welder Dent Pulling System

Item #31041 Brand: Motor Guard Corp

Spot-weld the pins, pull pins to pull-out dent, snip and grind them down


Stud Welder Dent-Pulling System makes a hole-free dent repair, so it won’t weaken the panel, and needs less filler 3-step repair works without drilling holes, so it won't compromise the strength of the panel. The result is a professional-looking dent repair that requires minimal filler.
  • Stud welder spot-welds pins onto the dented metal surface
  • Pull the pins to pull-out the dent
  • Snip the pins, then grind the rest down

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About Stud Welder Dent Pulling System

Conventional dent pullers require that you drill a series of holes in the sheet metal to make your dent repair, but that can weaken the panel. Instead, this Stud Welder System spot-welds a series of pins onto the surface of the dented metal. Then use the slide puller (included) to pull the pins that pull the dent out. Once the dent has been repaired, simply snip off the pins, then grind off the remainder. The result is a professional-looking dent repair that requires minimal filler. 5-year manufacturer's warranty.


Stud Welder Kit includes the 110v self-contained stud gun, large slide hammer puller with 2-lb. sliding weight, pack of 100 draw pins (2mm), and an instruction manual.


(Q) Do I need a 220-volt system to operate this?
(A) No, standard 110v will work.

(Q) Do I need a welding mask when using this?
(A) It’s not necessary, but don’t look directly into the momentary flash.

(Q) How do I get the pins off after they’ve been welded onto the surface?
(A) After you’ve made your pulls, simply snip or grind the pins off.


Stray sparks normally occur during use of this tool. Therefore, keep all flammables out of the immediate area.

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