I can’t speak to the model/size of pins, but I can say pin-poppers are tricky to use. To work effectively you have to be able to push the wires from the back of the connector to relieve pressure on the retaining tabs. Sometimes I’ve had to use a dental tool or poker of some kind to push against the back of the pin as the wire isn’t stiff enough to push the pin free. Then slide the pin-popper down over the tabs and into the connector far enough to bypass the retaining ring. Then you can pull the wire free.
Thanks, jdr2710 by pushing in the back I was able to get some out but seemed to damage them with the Jonard R-5926. Got a AMP 305183 extraction tool today that works way better and seems to hardly damage the pins. I use a small allen key to push them back in till the 1st click.