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DEWALT DCF880B 20-Volt Li-Ion 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench Kit (Tool Only): $98 + FS

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DEWALT DCF880B 20-Volt Li-Ion 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench Kit with Detent Pin [amazon.com]

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It is not a bad deal. I just don't think the small 1/2" impact is really worth bother. We have the big 1/2" impact wrench at work and the thing is an animal. I think it has something like 700lbs of torque and way easier to do a job than running an air line or using an electric impact. The problem with this one is it is only 150lbs of torque. My 1/4" impact has almost 120lbs of torque and I think has more uses. If I were going to get a larger impact I would want at least the 400lb torque one. I know I am going to get the big boy as soon as I get a really good deal.
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At Sears last night, Dewalt 20v full size "brushed" impact wrench was $159+- with 3amp battery and charger. I got it last year on the same deal. Paid $129+- with coupon and points. Gets it done. Had a bolt I could not get off do to odd position. Came right off, just crook your finger and done. Note this was the " brushed " not brushless. Great tool. Don't regret.
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Not a kit if it's "tool only"

Not really a bad price, but as mentioned, you would really want the DCF889 or DCF899 for a 1/2" impact wrench. Yes, they are more money, but Sears often has the 889 on sale and with extra points.
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It is not a bad deal. I just don't think the small 1/2" impact is really worth bother. We have the big 1/2" impact wrench at work and the thing is an animal. I think it has something like 700lbs of torque and way easier to do a job than running an air line or using an electric impact. The problem with this one is it is only 150lbs of torque. My 1/4" impact has almost 120lbs of torque and I think has more uses. If I were going to get a larger impact I would want at least the 400lb torque one. I know I am going to get the big boy as soon as I get a really good deal.
I'm a casual DIYer, and primarily planning on using it for my cars lug bolts and such. They're set to 88 ft-lb, so I think these should be good for the price. What in your opinion could these not work for/ worth getting the more powerful one?
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I'm a casual DIYer, and primarily planning on using it for my cars lug bolts and such. They're set to 88 ft-lb, so I think these should be good for the price. What in your opinion could these not work for/ worth getting the more powerful one?
The tool torque rating is a max. I would doubt that a wrench rated at 150 will actually torque your bolts to 88. Personally, the 889 is the lowest I would go to feel safe about my lugs. I would assume that this model is basically the internals of a 1/4" impact driver, with the 1/2" chuck. Sears just had the 889 on sale last week for $169 with $50 in points back... and that was with a battery, charger, and bag. IMHO, a much better deal than this one, albeit dead.
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dead, $129 now
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