SCRS to Offer Pro Spot Pro Pull Complete as Mega Prize at SEMA Show

SCRS to Offer Pro Spot Pro Pull Complete as Mega Prize at SEMA Show

Precise dent pulling system valued at nearly $9,000 is designed to lower cycle time and costs, increase repair opportunities and increase labor profitability.


The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) announced that it has teamed up with Pro Spot to provide one lucky winner at the SEMA Show a Pro Pull Complete PP-22 valued at nearly $9,000. This precise dent pulling system is designed to lower cycle time and costs, increase repair opportunities and increase labor profitability.

“It’s a real honor to be part of the program that SCRS has created at the SEMA Show,” said Pro Spot founder Ron Olsson. “We’ve watched the education program grow and develop over the last seven years, and what they deliver to the industry is unsurpassed by any other event. The value they offer is synonymous with what we strive to deliver with our tools and equipment, and exactly the kind of initiative that we want to put our support behind. We love this industry, and believe it is important for companies to support programs that make the industry stronger. It’s just a real honor to accomplish that side by side with an organization like SCRS.”

The Pro Pull Complete utilizes the all-new PR-3 Auto to generate the exact high power/low weld time needed to prevent damage to the corrosion protection on the backside of the panel. It also auto-senses when a weld tip or pull key has made contact and welds automatically after a short delay. The Auto feature is quick and user-friendly due to the fact that it does not weld instantly like other higher priced systems on the market. The delay allows for repositioning and freedom in the application process.

Another distinguishing factor is the lack of burn through. The PR-3 delivers the correct amount of power and weld time to the pull key, preventing burn-through on the panel. This specific technology prevents rust and corrosion, as well as keeps repair time and turnaround quick.

The package comes with two guns: standard gun with a manual trigger and T-handle gun for quick application in areas requiring multiple pulls, such as hail damage. It also comes well-equipped with all of the accessories needed to make the repair quickly, large or small.

The system includes:

  • Pro Spot PR-3 auto welder
  • PRO- 65 Single Pro Pull
  • Pull Bar PB-10 (dual foot)
  • Pull Bar PB-11 (single foot)
  • Spot Hammer (9-, 16- and 21-in. weld-on shafts for use with Pro Pull in various applications)
  • Steel hammer and dolly set
  • Lever bar
  • Straight and twisted weld-on pull keys
  • Single-sided welding accessories kit
  • Portable cart with storage, tool racks, locking wheels and wrap around handle for mobility
  • Variety of repair accessories

Attendees interested in seeing the full scope of functionality can receive a live demonstration in the Pro Spot booth no. 10839 in the North Hall.

The drawing for the Pro Pull Complete PP-22 will be held at the SCRS booth no. 11173 in the North Hall at noon on Friday, Nov. 4th.

To be entered into the drawing, attendees who visit the SCRS booth will be provided with a report card that features the locations of companies that have supported the SCRS Repairer Driven Education (RDE) series at the SEMA Show. Attendees who visit each sponsor listed will receive a stamp on the card from the company. Once a stamp from each sponsor company has been collected, the completed card can be returned to the SCRS booth to be entered into the drawing. All cards must be returned by 11:59 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 4th to be eligible.

For more information on Pro Spot, visit For more information on SCRS, visit To register for the SEMA Show, visit

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