Hem Quarter Panel Flanges

11th September 2014 • Categories: Autobody Tools, New Product, Products, TurboXTools

80% FASTER, 100% SMARTER

Bend and close wheel arc flanges of replacement quarter panels the easy way with a specialized power-assisted TurboXTool from Malco Products. 

QHT1 Wheel Well Collage For Blog

Use the TurboXTool Quarter Panel Hemming Attachment QHT1, with a cordless drill or ¼ in. impact driver for maximum portability and convenience anywhere on the job.  Or choose the compact QHT1A Air Hemming TurboXTool for maximum accessibility and maximum power. 

QHT1 Side Shot                                QHT1A Frontal Shot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both of these hemming TurboXTools replicate a hammer and dolly motion at high speed, with greater precision, less fatigue and faster results.  Up to 80% faster based on actual field trials!  Quickly hem replacement quarter panels on late model cars* within a range of wheel arc flange widths up to 3/4 inch (19.05 mm).  A rubber cushioned anvil protects the quarter panel from scratches and scuffs and allows anvil and stop pegs to be aligned along the finished side of the wheel arc flange while the hammer head works from the backside.  Success is guaranteed!  You will work smarter with a Hemming TurboXtool from the very first use.  A rounded “bull nose” hammer face is used to quickly roll over the flange edge.  A change out to the Flat Face side of the hammer head is used to close and seal the flange in one easy pass.  At the end of the day the TurboXTools’s anvil and working hammer may be easily cleaned of any adhesive residue, resulting from the hemming operation, using a common solvent.  Long-wearing anvils and hammers are also replaceable and easily installed on the job.

Visit www.malcotools.com for more product details and where to buy, or click here now to see a video demonstration of these TurboXTools in action.  

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*Click here to see a partial list of applicable makes and models that the QHT1 and QHT1 tools work on.