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Milwaukee M12 "Drill/Driver & Impact Driver combo" $99 and more other options@Home Depot, B&M.

sunnyeg 53 August 4, 2014 at 09:52 AM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by cricket702 August 4, 2014 at 02:59 PM
Home Depot is having a promotion on Milwaukee M12 tool lines.
When you buy one of these: $99 Drill/Driver [homedepot.com], or $99 Hackzall saw [homedepot.com], or $169 Brushless impact driver [homedepot.com], or $199 Inspection Camera [homedepot.com],
You get one of these $79 bare tool or battery for free: Impact driver [homedepot.com], Right Angle Drill [homedepot.com], Oscillating tool [homedepot.com], 12V 4Ah battery [homedepot.com].

This makes a good start of M12 lines, you can have a "Drill/Driver & Impact Driver combo" at $99, or make other combinations. Home Depot website also have these combo promotions. However, the drill/driver kit and Hackzall saw kit are now discounted at $99, which is not adjusted on website.

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#46
impact wrench vs. impact driver.
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Quote from sdsxs View Post :
No. Not remotely powerful enough. This thing is for hanging pictures, tightening loose faucet knobs and fastening wall covers to outlets. ... chime in if I missed anything.
This thing will drive screws into solid wood easily, deck screws, framing, setting cabinets, much much more.

Your description couldn't be further off. I use my 12volt lithium driver and drill set all the time. If you have a pilot bit chucked up in the drill and your phillips, torx, or whatever bit in the driver, you can do quite a lot of wood fastening. The 12volt won't last as long as an 18v set but it has almost the torque, and the tools are lighter. I have the bigger boys in the truck of course, but I go to my 12s most of the time for convenience.

The arena where you just don't go is, of course, lug nuts.

Anyhoos, I pulled the trigger online for the hacksaw and oscillator. I am quite happy to add them to my panoply of toolage.

cheerio
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Anyone know if the M12 Fuel 12-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver can break the lugs loose off a car? Seems like a cheaper alternative to the Snap-on 14V that my friend's use.

no it wont, but the higher line Milwaukee M18 Fuel 1/2 impact wrench will with 700 lbs of torque. Just as good as the snapon one, if not maybe even better. check out garage journal forums. Snapon used to be quality,but now some of their stuff goes to china and most of the electric tools is china made now. Most snapon handtools are still USA made. I would highly recommend the Milwaukee M18 Fuel 1/2 inch impact wrench over the snap on one when it comes to heavy machinery if u are going cordless
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#49
I got the 3/8 driver with hacksaw. The drive came with 2 batteries
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i got the camera/ impact and found a 3/8 m12 ratchet for 66$ clearance, but am going to exchange the camera kit (not as cool as i thought) probably for the radio/ screwdriver or the saw/impact.
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Anyone know if the M12 Fuel 12-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver can break the lugs loose off a car? Seems like a cheaper alternative to the Snap-on 14V that my friend's use.
The M12 Impact Driver won't be powerful enough to loosen lug nuts. I have the M18 18-volt impact driver, and that's not powerful enough to loosen lugs. The M18 has more torque, so the M12 won't work. I have loosened lugs by hand, then used the M18 impact driver to zip the lugs off and on. Finished tightening by hand. The driver helped speed up the process, as opposed to doing it all by hand.
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The M12 Impact Driver won't be powerful enough to loosen lug nuts. I have the M18 18-volt impact driver, and that's not powerful enough to loosen lugs. The M18 has more torque, so the M12 won't work. I have loosened lugs by hand, then used the M18 impact driver to zip the lugs off and on. Finished tightening by hand. The driver helped speed up the process, as opposed to doing it all by hand.

gotta get the FUEL line M18, not the regular M18
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