What Does “Double-Action” Mean in Glue Pull Repairing?
Double-action describes the technique of simultaneously using a pulling device like a K-Beam, K-Bar or Robo to life the low spots of a dent while…Read more »
Is Glue Pull Repairing Safe for Ceramic Coating Dent Removal?
Yes, many panels that have ceramic coating won't present any problems. However, if the tabs are releasing prematurely, we reccomend removing the ceramic coating to increase adhesion strength.Read more »
Where are Keco Tools Made?
Keco Body Repair Products are proudly manufactured in the USA at our production facility in Oklahoma City, OK.Read more »
Keco Body Repair Products
Keco Body Repair Products manufactures a full range of high-quality, innovative glue pull repair tools for the most discerning professional technicians. Their team is based in Oklahoma City. They work hard to develop, manufacture, and deliver innovative tools for the PDR and collision repair industries. They are committed to customer satisfaction and back their products with a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.
The offer was pictured with the wrong tabs and products! We were not able to use our needs within our Projekts! The smaller tabs get stuck on the keco robo lifter, there is probably a production error. I am still using my old lifter. Communication with the keco staff was difficult with discussions, they did not understand our wishes and expectations even they send us the wrong product. The my email according the delivery return, I asked something as well but never get an reaction! All very unfortunate, that is not how you treat customers!
I love the robo lifter it works great and lifts the dents out with ease.
Admittedly, I wasn't sure if the Robo Lifter would be good quality. I'm not sure why I thought that though, I have a K beam and keco Glexo kit. However, pull power is excellent, and the variety of tabs is impressive, and very nice to have. The precision base is excellent, as well as the crease feet. I'm very happy. Thanks KECO!
It is very helpful to be able to swivel the feet on this lifter when, for instance, you are pulling on a curved panel or a roof rail, so as to avoid , sometimes leaving marks from the feet because they aren't seated flat on the panel. Also, for those who travel a lot, it folds nice and flat.