METAL BODY REPAIR - OD1653 - LESSON 1/TASK 1
(2) Pick Hammer (B) (figure 6 on the previous page). The painted shank
of this hammer is used to raise small, low spots when crossfiling. It has a
1 9/16 inch round face and a curved shank tapering to a point. The bullet-
type pick hammer (not shown) is designed for use on all industrial metal
finishing and general dinging work.
(3) Taper Shank Hammer (C).
Designed for the latest metal bodies and
fenders, it is used for reshaping all beads, moldings, headlamp insets,
reveals, and louvers. It has a wide chisel face for rapid pick surfacing in
(4) Roughing Hammer (D). Its curved shank reaches places not accessible
to hammers of ordinary design, and its round face is ideal for working an
extra heavy-gage metal.
(5) Wooden Mallet (E).
It is for use in connection with hot-metal
shrinking, and for dinging soft metal such as aluminum, copper, and brass.
It will not chip under ordinary usage.
(6) Offset Cross-Peen Hammer (F). Its offset square face affords ample
clearance without danger of striking adjoining panels.
Its high crown
cross-peen is designed for deep and narrow panels and return contours. The
high crown may also be used in conjunction with the shrinking dolly to cold-
shrink panels or sink welds.
(1) Heel Dolly (A) (figure 7A on the following page). It is shaped like
the heel of a shoe, round face on one side and flat on the other. It may be
used as a general purpose dolly.
(2) High Crown (General Purpose) Dolly (B). It is precision ground for
high-crown contours and is used in general body repair work. This tool is
made from drop forged alloy steel.
(3) Low Crown Dolly (C). It is used on all low crown panels. The hooks
on the dolly are used on fender beads, drip moldings, and sharp, concaved
(4) Shrinking Dolly (D).
It is a specially designed combination high
and low crown dolly. It has nine distinct contour combinations for hot and