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    • Hog Leg 45.99$
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      The Hog Leg

      The Hog Leg is a thick, meaty knock down. It is made from the same high quality, 1 inch diameter 3K weave the Battle axe uses. It is approximately 5 inches long from the wide , billet aluminum large octagon shaped roll resist strike plate to the included dentcraft BP-2 tip. The tip holder uses an innovative design to keep the tip from coming lose. The tip screws down into a tapered bore that wedges the tip 360 degree all around. It also transfers the energy better than just using the stud alone. The aluminum is anodized in an attractive and protective silver color. The Hog Leg, with its larger than standard tube diameter, gives the tech something more to grasp. No more pinching your fingers together for hours while working a smashed rail. The included self sticking dampening pad drastically reduces the noise and reduces paint marring. Give it a try. While no knock down is a fit for all situations, you’ll soon find it will become your favorite go to blending, knock down tool.

    • Battle Axe (2.0) 300$
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      BattleAxe 2.0

      A 67.5 degree offset on two of the push heads. The angles keep your tip closer to right angle to the panel.

      At a convenient 48 inches, this rod will fit nicely inside your carry case. The 1 inch diameter 3k custom weaver Carbon Fiber rod will allow you to use most standard S type hooks. The 2.5mm side wall gives the battle axe exceptional strength while maintaining a light weight. The Battle axe has solid billet aluminum attachments, The round ball shaped handle and counterweight offers a comfortable push with great control. The foam grip adds another level of comfort and fatigue fighting element. The ball tip attachment can accommodate up to four standard 5/16 x 18 threaded PDR tips. The unique ball shaped tip can also be used to push the belly out of deep dents with minimal orange peel disruption. All this and finished in a high gloss durable coating. It will become your go to rod for small to medium sized hail damage roof

    • OG Battle Axe 300$
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      OG Battle Axe

      No 67.5 degree offset on two of the push heads, like the 2.0. Many prefer the OG.

      At a convenient 48 inches, this rod will fit nicely inside your carry case. The 1 inch diameter 3k custom weaver Carbon Fiber rod will allow you to use most standard S type hooks. The 2.5mm side wall gives the battle axe exceptional strength while maintaining a light weight. The Battle axe has solid billet aluminum attachments, The round ball shaped handle and counterweight offers a comfortable push with great control. The foam grip adds another level of comfort and fatigue fighting element. The ball tip attachment can accommodate up to four standard 5/16 x 18 threaded PDR tips. The unique ball shaped tip can also be used to push the belly out of deep dents with minimal orange peel disruption. All this and finished in a high gloss durable coating. It will become your go to rod for small to medium sized hail damage roof

    • Commando 390$
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      Commando

      The “Commando” carbon fiber hail rod. The commando is the big brother of the battle axe. The 57 inch long rod has a diameter of 1.125 inches and a sidewall of nearly 4mm! That is a seriously strong rod. The commando is made from a high quality 3k carbon fiber weave finished in a custom AUC camouflage hydro dip. The longer rod comes with billet aluminum handle and tip attachment which are anodized silver for appearance and durability. The ball shape handle and foam grip offer comfortable and ergonomically easy pushing. The Brazilian commando logo is just plain cool to look at. The aluminum tip attachment can accommodate up to 4, 5/16x18 threaded PDR tips. It has two 90 degree tip bores and two tip bores angled forward at an optimal 67.5 degrees . The ball shaped tip can also be used by itself to rapidly raise deep bellied dents with minimal orange peel disturbance. At 57 inch, the Commando will keep you pushing on the larger roof jobs.

    • Shorty 45$
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      Shorty Prop Rod

    • Sandard 110$
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      Standard Prop Rod

    • (10) C4 Stick 12$
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      10 C4 Sticks

      C4 Amber is formulated to work in most all shop conditions. Metal-Bond Gold can be used as an all around PDR glue , but its at its best when used in smash work and GPDR. It’s a great choice to use with the bridge pullers.

    • (10) Napalm Stick 12$
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      10 Napalm Black Sticks

      Napalm Black PDR glue is a all purpose glue that works extremely well in a wide range of environmental conditions. Releases quickly with release agent or 91% IPA. Metal-Bond Black is a great choice for all PDR and hail repairs. Equally effective with mini-lifter or slide hammer.

    • Tec 305-12 Hotmelt Glue Gun
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      Tec 305-12 Hotmelt Glue Gun

      Tec 305-12 hot melt glue gun by power adhesive. 110volt. 1/2 stick

    • Tec 806-12 Hot Melt Glue Gun
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      Tec 806-12 Hot Melt Glue Gun

      Tech 806-12 hot melt glue gun. Made by power adhesive. 110 volt. 1/2 stick

    1. Direct leverage. Gaining access to the metal with direct force on the dent, from behind. This can be done behind your factory bracing, through sound dampening pad, and on body lines for a minor uncharge. This method traditionally requires the creation of access, which will be plugged and rust proofed once the job is complete. PDR is the preferred method of Dealerships and Auto Auctions because it doesn't cost as much and it's typically a faster repair for the technician.

    2. Indirect leverage. Gaining access within the recess of a panel and using a bridge to affect the surface or skin of your vehicle. Typically this requires the removal and reinstallation of factory parts, such as inner door trim, headliners, or anything that might prevent access to the outer shell from behind.

    3. Glue pulling. The process of pulling the surface of the damage with specially formulated hotmelt glue in conjunction with hardened plastic or metal tabs. Necessarily, the tech will choose the appropriate tab, type of glue, temperature of the glue, all based upon the climate, temperature, location, and type of alloys within each panel. Once the glue and tab are attached to the surface of the metal it is either lifted with a slide-hammer or a mini-lifter. Typically, a slide hammer shocks the metal with a very strict upward jab, while a mini-lifter provides a more direct and slower progress upwards. In the hands of a professional, this process is excellent for areas that cannot be reached with other methods.

    Battle Front

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