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DONGKER Auto Dent Repair Removal Tool, Dent Puller Slide Hammer

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Product description

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Features:

Product use: mainly used for the repair of bumps on the surface of the car shell

Small dents remover for pulling automotive car hail and door ding damage. Designed to pull dents from nearly any vehicle surfaces including metal and plastic.

Heavy-duty rubber suction cup allows for gentle and scratch-free use.Can be used on glass, mirror or any smooth sheet material.

Quick release handle design, easy to use.

Specification:

Material:Rubber, Metal

T-bar Size: 120x140x10mm/4.72x5.5x4 inch

Sucker Height: 40mm/1.57 inch

Sucker Diameter: 100mm/4

Material: Aluminum Alloy + Silicone

Size: 12*14*10cm

Packing size: 30*20*8

Package Includes:

1 x Suction Cup Puller

Notes:

1. Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the pictures.

2. Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

DONGKER Auto Dent Repair Removal Tool, Dent Puller Slide Hammer

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