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A good find - I use a compressor-driven tool (called a Ding Puller), which operates on the same principle (except at up to 10 bar -ve pressure).
If you look closely at the dent which remains - check for any high spots - if you can see any, give it a gentle tap with a hammer onto a piece of dowelling, and then use the tool again - it may be enough to help pull it back into shape still further.
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