Item # 31041 BRAND: Motor Guard Corp

Stud Welder Dent Pulling System

Spot-weld the pins, pull pins to pull-out dent, snip and grind them down
Spot-weld the pins, pull pins to pull-out dent, snip and grind them down
Stud Welder Dent Pulling System is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
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Spot-weld the pins, pull pins to pull-out dent, snip and grind them down
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Stud Welder Dent Pulling System

Description

Stud Welder Dent-Pulling System makes a hole-free dent repair, so it won’t weaken the panel, and needs less 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

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.

Contents

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.

FAQs

(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.

Accessories

The Shrinking Electrode Tip (31041 A) turns your stud Welder into an effective tool for shrinking metal. Simply install the shrinking electrode, push the tip fully against the raised spot and trigger the gun for 1/2 second 2-3 times. If dent does not shrink tap lightly with a body hammer.

Application Tips

The Stud Welder Dent Pulling System makes pulling dents from one side possible without drilling holes! The Stud Welder Kit includes: the Stud Welder Gun, Large Slide Hammer Puller with 2 lb sliding weight, and a package of 100 2mm Draw Pins. Easy to use, simply grind away paint in damaged area, load draw pin into gun, push spring loaded stud weld gun against surface until outer contact ring touches surface, and trigger gun for less than a second to anchor the pin.

Safety Information

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

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stud gun or dent puller! I’ve been doing body work for 50 plus yrs,this gun is excellent tool thank you for your Dedication in this feel of work!!
Date published: 2019-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Entry Level Kit Purchased this ti work on my 97 Ford Ranger Project well used and abused. The system works GREAT except occassionally hard to disengage pins from puller. That problem probably lack of experience.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! I've used this tool in the bodyshop for years! It's a God send! I go far enough back that when mig welders came out we were ecstatic about them too! lol
Date published: 2016-08-10
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Questions & Answers

Can this unit be used for heat shrinking?

Asked by: Steve
Yes they can be used for heat shrinking. We did that in school where I started my auto body journey. Just put the gun to the panel without a stud and pull the trigger. When it gets hot, release the trigger and place a wet rag in the heated area. 
Answered by: Brad H
Date published: 2019-10-19

Can it be used on aluminum?

Asked by: Jimmy
This can not be used with aluminum.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2019-09-07

Are parts readily available for this product

Asked by: Arturo
We carry replacement pins for the welder. However, we do not stock replacement parts for that item itself since it is a Motor Guard tool they may have more parts available.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2019-09-04

Can this be used to spot weld a floor patch or pan? Thanks

Asked by: Rosie
We would not recommend the stud welder to spot weld your panels together. A much better way would be to plug weld with a mig welder
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-11-20

where is the unit /kit made?

Asked by: Talon
This is made in the U.S.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-07-30

What size diameter are the draw pins?

Asked by: daniel
This kit comes with 2mm draw pins.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-03-07

Will this work with the 2.0 and 2.5 mm studs?

Asked by: Brian15530
This will work with 2.0 studs but not the 2.5.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-01-13

Do you need to worry about blow through on the panel you are welding the studs to? I need to pull a dent at the back edge of a roof panel and don't want to remove the headliner if possible.

Asked by: Andy B
It is always recommended to remove anything flammable behind the panel you're working with. The back of the panel will get hot for a split second.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2019-01-13
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Stud Welder Dent Pulling System
$249.99
Out Of Stock. Due back August 5