Common Questions

Where are Keco Tools Made?

Keco Body Repair Products are proudly manufactured in the USA at our production facility in Oklahoma City, OK. Orders placed from kecotabs.com ship directly from our warehouse in Oklahoma City. Orders placed on kecotabs.eu are shipped directly from our warehouse...

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What Temperature Should the Panel Be for GPR?

The optimal working temperature of a panel for glue pull repairing is 75 - 85°F. We recommend heating a panel to 120°F for glue pull repairs. This ensures that moisture and humidity are removed from the panel to ensure proper...

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What GPR Pulling Tools are Compatible with Eye Bolts?

Keco SuperTabs®, HD tabs and U-Bolt Adapters for Centipede tabs are compatible with pogo / hustle sticks, frame machines and rope / ratchet straps. These are also compatible with hook-based leverage bars and bridges from brands like Camauto, ProSpot, Miracle...

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Why Won’t My Glue Tabs Stick to the Panel?

One of the most common questions GPR technicians have is “why won’t my glue stick”. Following our 6C process ensures optimal adhesion every time and can resolve most common issues. Here are a few of the most common reasons for...

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Which GPR / Collision Glue is the Strongest?

All three Keco recommended PDR / GPR glues have similar strength profiles. The key differences among these glues are flexibility and setup times. Tab Weld "Gray" Glue The Tab Weld “Gray” glue offers the fastest setup time but has the...

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How Long Do Glue Pull Tabs Last?

The useable life of a glue pull tab varies significantly based on its size, material and technique used to pull. The average lifespan of a GPR tab across all manufacturers is around 90 days. Larger tabs like SuperTabs® have a...

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