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#3
Nice, don't get no heavier duty that that!let us know how it works.
It works great, a name brand one is around 2000. This one off eBay is 269. All my restoration work is at least 20ga, it will pull it with no problems. Doesn’t put hardly any heat in the panel. Excellent for spots you can’t access with a hammer. Hate I didn’t know a long time ago.
 
#4
Man, you are going to love that. I purchased a Dent-Fix Shark last year and love it. I hadn’t run across any Chinese knock-offs at the time. I’m just an inexperienced hobbyist but it is so worth the money to me. My only regret is that I hadn’t seen one and caved-in to buy it sooner, before I had already finished the majority of the dent pulling on my old Cougar and F100... At least for my amateur self, it is just so much easier and quicker than the stud welder I had been using. It’s actually made me think I would take on rougher future projects than I would have ever considered in the past. Assuming I ever finish the two I have currently in the works...
 
#5
Man, you are going to love that. I purchased a Dent-Fix Shark last year and love it. I hadn’t run across any Chinese knock-offs at the time. I’m just an inexperienced hobbyist but it is so worth the money to me. My only regret is that I hadn’t seen one and caved-in to buy it sooner, before I had already finished the majority of the dent pulling on my old Cougar and F100... At least for my amateur self, it is just so much easier and quicker than the stud welder I had been using. It’s actually made me think I would take on rougher future projects than I would have ever considered in the past. Assuming I ever finish the two I have currently in the works...
I hate I haven’t had one sooner.
 
#6
Brian, thanks for posting this...i have been looking at this machine or similar, Funisi brand, alsobmade in China..

so you do reccomend this?...how are other features ,modes on the machine,being digital?...shrinking modes?...

i can either get GYS spot from France that runs at 220 v or one or two of these at 110 Volts...
 
#7
Brian, thanks for posting this...i have been looking at this machine or similar, Funisi brand, alsobmade in China..

so you do reccomend this?...how are other features ,modes on the machine,being digital?...shrinking modes?...

i can either get GYS spot from France that runs at 220 v or one or two of these at 110 Volts...
I haven’t tried the shrinking mode, I have been using it for pulling the dents out and I love it. It make the job easier and fun to use. I have used the stud mode by studding small bolts and nuts to a 20ga panel just for fun. I don’t have any real studs but I believe they would work great!
 
#8
Brian, thanks for posting this...i have been looking at this machine or similar, Funisi brand, alsobmade in China..

so you do reccomend this?...how are other features ,modes on the machine,being digital?...shrinking modes?...

i can either get GYS spot from France that runs at 220 v or one or two of these at 110 Volts...
The GYS machine is the real deal from what I have researched. There is a Panel Beater brand that’s made in the USA and works off a car battery inside the cabinet.
 
#9
Brian, thanks for posting this...i have been looking at this machine or similar, Funisi brand, alsobmade in China..

so you do reccomend this?...how are other features ,modes on the machine,being digital?...shrinking modes?...

i can either get GYS spot from France that runs at 220 v or one or two of these at 110 Volts...
For the money difference this one is worth trying.
 
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