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Craftsman 8-Amp Electric Impact Wrench + $15.75 SYW Points EXPIRED

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Promoted 07-25-2016 by Discombobulated at 03:51 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has Craftsman 8-Amp Electric Impact Wrench (6903) on sale for $74.69. Shop your Way Members (free to join) will also receive $15.74 (15,747) in Shop Your Way Points to use on a future purchase. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks N5935

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Be sure during checkout, the option say you will earn points for your purchase. This Craftsman Electric Impact Wrench featuers an 8.0 amp motor that delivers power packed performance so you can effortlessly drive and remove fasteners in wood, concerete, and metal - Discombobulated

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Edited July 24, 2016 at 07:12 PM by widgit
Craftsman 8 Amp Impact Wrench

Model # 6903

Powerful 8 amp motor in this Craftsman Impact Wrench helps remove and drive in even the most difficult fasteners
Live tool indicator light helps you know when power is supplied to the wrench
Bull nose ring secures impact sockets in place during quick starts and stops
Forward/Reverse rocker switch allows for quick continuous movement for those nuts and bolts while a bright LED light illuminates the work surface.
Cast aluminum motor housing provides additional tool body strength during heavy torque applications

Delivering a torque of 350 pounds per foot, it achieves a maximum speed of 2100 RPM and 2,700 BPM for repetitive pounding to make removal easier.

It is the cheapest 350 ft/lbs impact wrench that I have ever seen.

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-8-...927990000P
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I would buy this in a heartbeat if I was just starting my driveway tool collection. I have a 4 amp Craftsman model I bought in 1978 and used until I finally got a compressor in 2007. Still works, though not used much anymore. This and some HF sockets, and extensions great for the casual user. And no batteries to replace.
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Quote from Roveldude View Post :
I would buy this in a heartbeat if I was just starting my driveway tool collection. I have a 4 amp Craftsman model I bought in 1978 and used until I finally got a compressor in 2007. Still works, though not used much anymore. This and some HF sockets, and extensions great for the casual user. And no batteries to replace.
I have plenty of old Craftsman power tools that are still going strong today. Unfortunately, the quality of tools they sell today are just a slight step above HF.
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Looks like $15.75 in SYWR to boot. MAN, are you serious? I paid $129.59 for this thing ... back in 2004. Wonder if a price adjustment request would fly? LOLOL 😁

Seriously though, it's electric but it's powerful - wrenched off a 1989 Camry I4 crank harmonic balancer bolt with it last week ...
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So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
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So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
The Craftsman Heavy Duty XCP cordless wrench is darn good. I'd suggest lurking sears outlet for one or wait until the price drops. I really wanted the Ingersoll Rand cordless impact but the XCP Craftsman does 99% of the things I need. Have yet to try it on a crank bolt...
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Quote from Andres0286 View Post :
So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
This corded unit should work fine for most uses. Newer cordless is right up there with most 1/2" pneumatics.
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Quote from Andres0286 View Post :
So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
I got a Ridgid cordless 1/2" driver not too long ago and it has no problem with my 150 ft lb lugs on my f150. I was able to rotate all 4 tires, each 6 lugs, no problem.
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I did try the cordless Ingersoll Rand and that thing was amazing. Ill have to try the ones you guys mentioned, the ones Ive tried a while back didnt impress me compared to a pneumatic.
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So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
300ft/lb cordless impact wrenches cost about $110-140 without a battery. That said I prefer them for the portability plus I bought one that uses the same battery as my other power tools. They have enough power to snap the heads off of bolts if you're not careful.
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I have plenty of old Craftsman power tools that are still going strong today. Unfortunately, the quality of tools they sell today are just a slight step above HF.
Totally agree. Sears is going down. Kenmore and Craftmans are not as good as they were.
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Good lo this is tempting!
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So do you guys recommend this? I still wont be able to buy a compressor anytime soon and have always looked at the cordless impact wrenches but feel like they dont have enough power.
I do, though I haven't used this model. I would not bother with cordless for this type of tool. No batteries to charge or replace. If you bought a compressor, you'd be dragging a hose around anyway... It's not an IR or Makita, but if you're not making your living with it, I think it's fine. Quite a few good reviews, FWIW.
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added the 1.19 FP adapters, had $5 in points and $10/75 in tools SPs, received $28 points back so got it for 63-28 = $35....pretty nice...
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