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TopSpeed510 1,425 382 August 19, 2016 at 02:11 AM in Tools (4) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 08-19-2016 by brisar at 07:54 AM View Original Post
tools-plus-outlet via eBay has Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench Kit w/ Hog Ring (2763-22) on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TopSpeed510
*Save an additional $15 and get it for $284.99 when you use $15 off coupon code CBACKTOSCHOOL and checkout using PayPal.

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Edited August 19, 2016 at 07:03 AM by TopSpeed510
For sale: Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench Kit w/ Hog Ring 2763-22 New

I have been debating this Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2" VS the IR W7150 K22... I was going to get the Ingersoll Rand W7150-K22 FOR SURE, but the price was close to $420 average VS Milwaukee was average around $375 for a long time... Just logged in and saw this deal posting Milwaukee for $299 - $15 coupon (CBACKTOSCHOOL $15 Off $75) = $284.99 !!! That's the lowest price I believe it ever hit. Can't beat $284.99 for 1/2 brushless impact wrench with 2X 5.0 Batteries

The 2763-22 includes:
1x Milwaukee 2763-22 2763, 2763-20 M18 FUEL 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench with Friction Ring
2x Milwaukee 48-11-1850 5.0 Extended Capacity Battery Packs
1x Milwaukee 48-59-1812 Multi-Voltage Charger


Link for item: http://www.ebay.com/itm/321700139...EBIDX%3AIT

Link for coupon: http://slickdeals.net/f/9026407-ebay-coupon-home-garden-baby-crafts-pet-supplies-sporting-goods-15-off-75

FYI: Authorized Seller, therefore 5 YEARS WARRANTY applies as well... I believe no tax for all state as well.. I'm in CA, no tax
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Impact driver is not the same as impact wrench. The driver holds bits primarily for driving screws and in some cases smaller nuts/bolts with a nut driver bit. The impact WRENCH as posted here holds 1/2" sockets for driving much larger bolts, most typically in automotive work (though obviously there are many other uses). You cannot compare an impact driver and impact wrench as they are entirely different tools designed for markedly different tasks.

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Great price. This thing is a beast. First Milwaukee product I bought and the power is better than the majority of pneumatic guns. With 2x 5.0 batteries this is a steal. I'm debating this just for the 2 batteries and reselling the impact.
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Last edited by smokines3 August 19, 2016 at 06:06 AM
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Would this be good for general use? I've been looking at getting a 1/4" impact driver for driving deck screws... The torque sounds awesome but I'm wondering if the extra weight would negate the benefit for a guy who is just trying to replace his drill driver.
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Would this be good for general use? I've been looking at getting a 1/4" impact driver for driving deck screws... The torque sounds awesome but I'm wondering if the extra weight would negate the benefit for a guy who is just trying to replace his drill driver.

Get a 1/4" impact driver for screws.

This impact gun is for tightening and loosening bolts.
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Get a 1/4" impact driver for screws.

This impact gun is for tightening and loosening bolts.
Thanks!
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Thanks!
Look into m18 fuel or m12 fuel impact driver. You won't regret it.
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I believe my model is the exact same one (loose tool) and it's indeed a beast. I use it frequently for larger bolts and nuts where I don't feel like waiting for the large compressor to air up with the twin hammer pneumatic impact wrench.

I recently used it on two rusty 30mm bolts that were help securing a 2k lb tailgate lift that I could not budge with a breaker and cheater bar. Literally a few seconds and they were all loose. I've never tried it on an axle nut yet (larger yet), but have a feeling it might be able to even handle those.

This is a pretty decent deal. Other sets without a case and just two batteries/charger/unit are already over the $300 mark. A case usually runs $45-50 new.
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Last edited by smallcapguru August 19, 2016 at 06:34 AM
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This is an amazing impact. I loosened honda crank bolt pulley with this, that too with a simple impact socket. It's worth the price. I borrowed this tool.

I am debating this against the DEWALT DCF899P1 on acme tools. It's $299 there, but single battery. Advantage of dewalt is it has 3 speeds.
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Sweet
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I bought the brushed version of this and it had some trouble with a couple of strut bolts. I'm confident this one would solve that issue with loads more torque. Personally I want this power with the one key adaptability so I can adjust the torque for the project so I'm kind of holding out. They have a one key version but it only has 220ft lbs fastening torque vs. this one at 700 ft lbs. Great price for this one though.
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Wow this is great. Just the gun is $219. Time to sell my old 1
IN for 1
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Last edited by sr20serprise August 19, 2016 at 07:28 AM
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Would this be good for general use? I've been looking at getting a 1/4" impact driver for driving deck screws... The torque sounds awesome but I'm wondering if the extra weight would negate the benefit for a guy who is just trying to replace his drill driver.
it's doesn't weigh much and it doesn't hurt to have that extra torque whenever it might be needed.
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For lugnuts I use a cheap no name one from Harbor Freight/Ebay/etc and it gets the job done. No problem removing lugnuts torqued to 150ft-lbs repeatedly on a single charge. I think I might have paid $65 a few years ago. So if all you need this for is lugnuts there's no point spending almost $300 when you can get one for under $100 that will work fine. If this is for your job and you intend to use it daily I would definitely spend the money for a quality piece though.
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