• Including Case
  • 25 PDR Tools Hood Prop Knock Down Window Wedge Window Guard Door Strap PDR Rope Chain Case
  • Including: 9 PDR Tools Knock Down Window Wedge Window Guard Chain Case
  • The Dentliner is a unique system that combines two repair techniques: Glue and bridge pulling
  • The glueing repair technique is standard procedure for most modern PDR technicians. Compared to the one-handed pulling unit of our GP2, the Glue Puller has a two-handed pulling unit which makes it better for larger dents. It also has adjustable feet.
  • The Glue Puller GP2 is a state-of-the-art dent removal device that will greatly simplify your job.
  • Sticker and foil removal
  • The carbon hammer is mainly used to flatten high spots and high areas. It is very light thanks to the hollow carbon fibre handle. The long handle makes this hammer an ideal tool for working long distances for example on the roof rail.
  • The PDR Trolley for Cases was developped to support our special PDR case. This way the tool case can be kept right next to the PDR technician during his work!
  • The PDR Hammer is mainly used to flatten high spots and high areas. The exchangeable tips offer a selection of Teflon, aluminium and rubber heads.
  • The PDR sliding hammer is used in connection with glue and pull knobs for paintless dent removal. The weight has a square cross section, preventing the hammer from rolling off any car. The weight itself is covered in plastic, which prevents it from scratching any painted parts it might be lain down on. Our green glue was developped specifically for use with the sliding hammer. For best results use knobs over 20mm in diameter with our green glue, without letting the glue cool off completely.
  • The PDR Tool Table is a practical unit that allows the user to clamp his or her PDR tools into the clips on the side. There are also two plastic containers, ideal for pull tabs, glue and various small PDR tools. The unit also features a battery tray, which can be used for powering our 12v glue gun. Using this table means that unused tools don’t have to be deposited on top of the vehicle being repaired, which might scratch the paint.

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