|Item Weight||10.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 5.8 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||5652|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Always Guaranteed: firstname.lastname@example.org|
TEKTON 5652 4-Inch Suction Cup Dent Puller
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- Rugged, High-Impact Nylon Construction
- 4-Inch Diameter Heavy Duty Rubber Suction Cup
- Quick Release Handle
- Pulls Dents Out of Vehicle Panels with no Drilling or Damage to Finish
- Grips Smooth Sheet Materials Like Plate Glass, Paneling, and Sheet Metal for Easy Lifting and Carrying
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Pull dents out of vehicle panels without drilling or damaging finishes with the TEKTON 4 in. Suction Cup Dent Puller. The heavy-duty, rubber suction cup can also be used to grip, lift, and carry smooth sheet materials like plate glass, paneling, and sheet metal. Constructed from rugged, high-impact nylon, the quick release handle allows for easy re-positioning.
Top customer reviews
Bottom Line, seemed to work a little, and at the price point is worth a shot. I cannot guarantee that the dents will be removed though, at least not fully.
At first I couldn't find an area 4" across that was flat enough to achieve vacuum seal. I used my fingers to push down upon the rubber ring over the low spots to follow the contours of the rounded dent, and it almost achieved a good seal ... then I smeared a bit of VASELINE petroleum jelly around the rim of the cup and I was able to get a strong seal when I again finger-pressed the ring into the contour. I could pull hard, maybe 60 pounds of pulling pressure, and the dent began to pop out ... then with the vaseline as a sealer and lubricant, I could SLIDE the rubber cup all around the dent as it followed and continually pulled out the depressed area wherever I would pause to pull with all my might.
Now the dent is all but gone, with slight irregularities in the sheet steel remaining, along with remnants of the two creases and cracks in the paint. Few would notice what remains of the body damage unless they were looking for it. No, it's not perfect, but it's way better than it was.
This item is very strong, well made to last a long time, not cheap junk. I'm very pleased to have risked buying it, the chance of success was worth the meager price. Besides, it would be great for handling storm windows and such.
I suggest placing over your dent an empty 1-pound coffee can or something similar, 4" across, round and flat, just to make sure your dent is flat enough somewhere to get the initial suction achieved -- before you buy this. My dent barely qualified, yet with two-finger pressure and Vaseline the suction cup finally sealed like glue, then slid all around to pull on every part of the remaining dent's contour ... Good Luck with yours!