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Bosch CLPK22-120 12V Max Li-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Kit on sale for $91.75. Shipping is free. Thanks DoZeY

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  • Bosch PS31 12V Max 3/8" Drill/Driver
  • Bosch PS41 12V Max Impact Driver
  • 2x Bosch BAT414 12V MAX Li-Ion 2.0Ah Batteries
  • Bosch BC330 12V Li-Ion Battery Charger
  • Carrying Bag
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Amazon [amazon.com] has Bosch CLPK22-120 12-Volt Lithium-Ion 2-Tool Combo Kit (Drill/Driver and Impact Driver) with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case for $91.75 with Free Shipping.
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You don't need 18v Brushless for every task. I mean driving in drywall at full impact or drill speed on 18v brushless Milwaukee Fuel or Dewalt will rip it apart. It will mostly strip the head of screw. Horses for courses and these are lighter/smaller too.
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Like everyone else who is saying they need "more power", I too, am going to have to pass. My wife needs me to hang a picture in the living room, and there is no way I'm going to be able to manage sink a plastic anchor into 1/2 drywall. I'm definitely going to have to buy a brushless 36volt sds rotary hammer drill, or maybe a 50hp corded post hole digger. I can use those to hang ceiling drywall, right?
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I have this set, it rocks
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It's 12v
your point? purchased, thanks OP. I have many bosch 12V sets, giving my old ones away to friends.
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I use the 1/4 quick change version of the driver nearly every day, have put up 6 drywall ceilings and multiple drywall walls with it... it's my go to. Just know the limits of what it can do and you'll use it for most projects, and keep the 18v for the heavy stuff.
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It's 12v
You don't need 18v Brushless for every task. I mean driving in drywall at full impact or drill speed on 18v brushless Milwaukee Fuel or Dewalt will rip it apart. It will mostly strip the head of screw. Horses for courses and these are lighter/smaller too.
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I have this kit as well as many other Bosch, Makita and Dewalt kits and this one is by far my favorite "every day" kit.
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Does 12V impact driver gives you enough torque to take off lug nuts?
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Does 12V impact driver gives you enough torque to take off lug nuts?
probably not.
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probably not.
I probably need to find a 18v or 20v then . This set looks nice, but I need more power
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It's 12v
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It's 12v
Still a really good deal. It is nice to have both a 12v and 18v drill to match the job. However, I would stick with having just a 18v impact driver. I have the 18v set of this and will probably pick this up to retire my dewalt 12v and most likely gift the impact driver.
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I probably need to find a 18v or 20v then . This set looks nice, but I need more power
why not just the old school way?
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Does 12V impact driver gives you enough torque to take off lug nuts?
Probably not. I have taken off non rusted lug nuts in warm weather with my Bosch 18v, but could tell it was maxing it out. I feel if I tried it in winter or with rusted lugnuts it would of been no dice even with 18v.
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why not just the old school way?
Tried that. Took me half an hour to take off a tire. I was afraid my wrench was gonna break.
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