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It doesn't say in details at HD website - is that the 3-speed impact?
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3-speed according to description
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It doesn't say in details at HD website - is that the 3-speed impact?
The one in the Ryobi kit is the single speed P236A, but the one in the Ridgid kit is 3-speed.

The little 12v Ridgid is single speed.

In-store purchases should still be eligible for an 11% rebate in some areas, but I haven't tried it with ship-to-store orders: https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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It doesn't say in details at HD website - is that the 3-speed impact?
from an asked and Answered Question its the 1 speed P236A
not the 3 speed P237 Frown
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Will this impact driver loosen lug nuts on car wheels?
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Will this impact driver loosen lug nuts on car wheels?
Highly doubtful. This is an impact driver, you're looking for an impact wrench. This is more for driving deck/wood screws. Chances are if this will loosen lug nuts on a wheel, they weren't tightened to spec. I bought an electric impact wrench from Harbor Freight about 4 years ago and its still going strong. I only really use it for tire rotations, so I haven't exactly worked it to death, but so far so good.
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From the answers portion of the website. Seems like a good deal to me.

P208B DRILL, P506 CIRCULAR SAW, P236A IMPACT DRIVER, CHARGER PART # 140173019, AND BATTERY #'S 130429048.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../203466926

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../100049838

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../205806375
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Why is the 12v Ridgid stuff a good deal?? Last year they had the impact/drill kit with 2 batteries and charger for $99 on BF
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Will this impact driver loosen lug nuts on car wheels?
You'd probably want an impact wrench for automotive work. While impact drivers, may theoretically have the torque necessary to remove some lug nuts (2000 in-lbs for the Ridgid), they are primarily intended for driving screws in construction applications and have a 1/4" hex chuck which would require a slop inducing adapter for sockets.

Also, the single bank batteries included with these kits will probably not be able to provide enough amps for the impact drivers to achieve full power. Better results would be had with larger batteries of 2 or 3 banks.
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Highly doubtful. This is an impact driver, you're looking for an impact wrench. This is more for driving deck/wood screws. Chances are if this will loosen lug nuts on a wheel, they weren't tightened to spec. I bought an electric impact wrench from Harbor Freight about 4 years ago and its still going strong. I only really use it for tire rotations, so I haven't exactly worked it to death, but so far so good.
Alright thanks! Okay so I'm looking for an impact wrench. Yeah been waiting on a deal for an impact wrench. 40 bucks would of been good. I too will only be using for tire rotations. Thanks again
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Will this impact driver loosen lug nuts on car wheels?
It depends a lot on which lug nuts you plan on driving off.

Actually I have a similar Rigid Impact driver to the one in the deal, except it is brushless and specs-wise has a little bit extra torque power. Have never used it to drive off the lug nuts since i have dedicated impact wrench to do that. But during my research before purchase, there were a lot of youtube videos showing that it is capable to drive lug nuts of small and normal size car.

In short, it is doable, but dont try it with some rusty lug nuts from those giant big wheels vehicles.
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You'd probably want an impact wrench for automotive work. While impact drivers, may theoretically have the torque necessary to remove some lug nuts (2000 in-lbs for the Ridgid), they are primarily intended for driving screws in construction applications and have a 1/4" hex chuck which would require a slop inducing adapter for sockets.

Also, the single bank batteries included with these kits will probably not be able to provide enough amps for the impact drivers to achieve full power. Better results would be had with larger batteries of 2 or 3 banks.
Alright I'm heading over to harbor freight to see if there any good deals on impact wrenches thanks
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I never knew I needed an impact driver until I got one. Now I don't know how I every did anything without one. I have all three of these and they're good tools.
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