Stanliner Rounded Snake Tool 40″ Long 1/2″ Diam.

$200.00$385.00

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Includes:

(1) Rounded Head Snake Rod (High Grade US Stainless Steel)

Ergonomic Design: These tools require at least 20 % less pressure when in action. This is a very important point as you are saving your hands, shoulders, back, etc. Pushing easier means your career will last longer and keep you living with less work relate pain and injury.

Product Description

Rounded Stanliner Snake Rod

Lithuanian design ~ Made in the USA

Snake tips on Stanliner Hail Rods

The craftsmanship of a Stanliner Tool is apparent as soon as you hold one.

Stanliner Rounded Snake is a MUST have hail rod!

Made from the highest grade of US Steel, they are great for repairing deep or shallow creases, sharp dents, door panels, roof, fenders, quarter panels, hoods and more.

Stanliner Snake Rods deliver a ton of power power thus requiring less pushing power compared with other conventional rods. Use it like you would any other PDR Rod or Watch the Video to see the Stanliner Technique which is similar to knockdown blending but in reverse.

Push, Twist, Drag and Blend dents out! You can also turn the tool 90 degrees and work with the wide side of the Snake tool tip.

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Bend

Straight, Raised, BOTH

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What & Why

Snake Rods are ideal for techs who want the best.

Quality ~ Craftsmanship ~ Design

* Very strong, versatile tool
* Extra sharp specialty design tip
* Can move a large amount of metal cleanly
* Various pushing points
* Effective for hail damage, creases, door panels, fenders, sharp dents, etc.
* High Grade Steel with superb craftsmanship

The Stanliner Snake is a very versatile tool. Works perfectly pushing with the top of the tip, or with the flat side of the tip as well! Can be used with traditional as well as advanced PDR techniques, such as:

* Twisting

* Blending

* Pushing

* Dragging

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