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$139.99+f/s Craftsman C3 1/2” Heavy Duty 19.2V Cordless Impact Wrench Kit​

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Description Item # 00945195000P Model # ID2030K
Knock Out Tough Auto Work with the Craftsman C3 1/2" Impact Wrench
Whether you're working under the hood or just have a stubborn bolt that has seized up on you under the sink, the C3 Cordless 19.2V Impact Wrench has all the power you need. You don't have to be hindered by cords or air hoses to get tough impact work done. This cordless impact wrench can deliver 300 ft.-lbs. of torque with the help of a 0-3,000 RPM motor. Impact work is some of the most demanding on your body. To help you have a firm, comfortable hold on the tool, the micro-texture grip will help you accurately use this wrench while taking some of the stress off your hands. Get heavy impact work done anywhere with this powerful cordless impact wrench.
  • The Craftsman C3 1/2" Impact Wrench boasts a motor capable of 0-3,000 RPM for complete control
  • 4 Amp-hour XCP Lithium-Ion battery pack delivers reliable power
  • 1/2" Square Anvil with detent pin retention
  • Up to 300 ft.-lbs. of torque
  • Built-in 3-LED Lights illuminates dark work areas
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Garbage
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how so? i know you can't loosen wheel lugs nut but is it decent for other job?
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how so? i know you can't loosen wheel lugs nut but is it decent for other job?
Not even good for a tug job if that's what you're looking for.
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This is fine for wheel lug nuts I have one
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Tool isn't garbage but the price for this is
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Great tool. Shitty price.
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I have the non xcp version and it does lug nuts no problem. The xcp battery is pretty sweet though, I got one with the big heavy duty brushless drill on an outlet deal ($35 new). I would check there first...
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Great tool. Shitty price.
Yeah, I was thinking that too.

Hasn't the price been around $79 or so a few times the past couple of years (and I think it was also once on sale for $79 w/an additional $20+ in points - BF maybe)?
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There have been a few different versions of C3 1/2" impact wrenches over the years, so be sure that you are comparing the same model (and same battery) when saying this isn't a good price. The cheaper deals have typically been for Ni-Cd powered 200 ft-lbs ones.
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This is a beast at lug nuts. I use mine a lot
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Not sure why anyone would buy a Craftsman C3 tool over a Ryobi. Home depot supports the Ryobi One+ and continues to come out with tool after tool compatible with same battery. The Sears C3 line started off that way only to discontinue the product completely.
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Not sure why anyone would buy a Craftsman C3 tool over a Ryobi. Home depot supports the Ryobi One+ and continues to come out with tool after tool compatible with same battery. The Sears C3 line started off that way only to discontinue the product completely.
The old nicad battery tools interchange, I guess I don't understand.
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I have this and use it for a lot. Rarely bother using my 60 gallon tank and air wrench after getting this. Handles lug nuts just fine.
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Not sure why anyone would buy a Craftsman C3 tool over a Ryobi. Home depot supports the Ryobi One+ and continues to come out with tool after tool compatible with same battery. The Sears C3 line started off that way only to discontinue the product completely.
Where have you seen that the C3 line is discontinued? I haven't seen that. There are some C3 tools that are great for homeowners, this is one of them. I also love the new C3 Lithium-Ion 3-Speed Impact Driver. It's the same as the Ryobi and it's a very nice tool.

The trick with getting the most from the C3 line is the XCP batteries. You have to run the 1.5ah slim or the 4ah large capacity battery in these tools. They make a world of difference. The 2ah slim battery that came with the Brushless drill is also very nice.

The 1.3ah slim lithium ion batteries that come with some tools are pretty much junk. But it allows Craftsman to offer lower prices on entry tools into the C3 line. The 2.4ah large capacity batteries (none XCP) are just okay. Most good tool brands (Dewalt, Milwaukee) include XCP type batteries with their tools.

http://c3answers.com/index.html

http://c3answers.com/pdf/C3-batte...RES_v1.gif

Now I wouldn't recommend anyone go out and pay full price for any C3 tool. The craftsman name was bought out by Stanley Black and Decker (Dewalt) but the future is still uncertain. I would recommend people watch this site for good deals.

I recently made a few upgrades to my C3 products and I'm glad I did. I got great deals and they serve my needs well.
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