The only possible way to pull a dent with that slide hammer is to do like Bandit said, drill a hole and use the screw attachment. That is a very poor way to pull a dent and that set is not really meant for pulling small dents. A set that big and heavy is meant to do pulls on heavier damage. Drilling a hole is only going to going to provide a very good place for rust to start.
Professional shops use a tool called a stud gun. It welds studs to bare steel and then a small slide hammer is attached to the stud to pull the dent. The stud is then clipped off and ground flat, then any remaining damage can be filled with a body filler and smoothed out. There are no holes made in the metal so there is nowhere for rust to start forming. The studs can also be placed very close together, something that can't be done when drilling holes and using a screw puller.
20+ years experience in collision repair
ASE certified collision damage estimator
ASE master certified collision repair/refinish technician
I-CAR platinum certified collision damage estimator
I-CAR platinum certified non-structural repair technician
I-CAR platinum certified refinish technician
Sherwin Williams certified refinish technician
DuPont certified refinish technician
· 8 years ago