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RE electric ratchet--I have 2.

I admit being a tool hoarder, and I work on either my hobby cars or someone else's car every weekend. I bought the 3/8" M12 ratchet and liked it, but most bolts that these are so nice for are small, so I bought the 1/4" ratchet as well. I really like them. They simply save time over a "manual" ratchet. I also use the impact driver for pulling off bolts but this tool allows "breaking" bolts manually then power un-threading in one step. It also allows more control when going back on (though always start the threads manually--I messed up big time on that once).

My advice if you're thinking about one is spring for the 1/4" version and adapt up if needed, instead of usually needing a 3/8-to-1/4 adapter that adds to the length, which hurts when clearance is an issue. The 1/4" version is exactly the same as the 3/8" except for the actual connector, and is always $20 more in street price, but worth it in convenience and being "more able" to get into tight spots to get small bolts.

Well, I guess if you're working on '55 Chevys all the time where bolt heads start at 1/2", you'll want the 3/8" one, but I typically work on later model sport car/turbo type stuff with very little clearance.
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You must not have used an electric impact wrench. They are great
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You must not have used an electric impact wrench. They are great
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These are not Fuel, right?
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These are not Fuel, right?
No these are the standard versions.
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No these are the standard versions.
Thank you! Good price though
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Every combo but the one I want. Electric socket wrench is really stupid, lol.

Drill/Impact is what I need. I got a Dremel for everything that Multi-tool can do.

The wait continues.

The drill/impact constantly goes on sale for$100. Often with freebie attached so be on lookout. I've got it twice already for the free batteries and sold the kit on Craigslist.
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I would just get the fuel, for the 12v the price is so close. You can get this 2 drill kit with a bare tool for $200 now and one has the larger battery. I love the 12v drills they seemingly replace my 18v drills for most tasks these days.
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I would just get the fuel, for the 12v the price is so close. You can get this 2 drill kit with a bare tool for $200 now and one has the larger battery. I love the 12v drills they seemingly replace my 18v drills for most tasks these days.
Yeah I went a bit overboard about 4 months or so ago when HD was doing the free 6-Ah battery deal and bought a half dozen or so of the m12 tools, all Fuel when available. Now I hardly use my 18V stuff any more. I can't believe just how powerful the m12 fuel tools are. New versions of a lot of the m12 fuel tools are coming out next month apparently.
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Every combo but the one I want. Electric socket wrench is really stupid, lol.

Such a common air tool, with bazillions in use, but an electric version is "really stupid"?

Lol, indeed.
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I want to jump on this but none of the sets would make sense for me. Impact wrench would be nice but only 100 ft-lbs.
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RE electric ratchet--I have 2.

I admit being a tool hoarder, and I work on either my hobby cars or someone else's car every weekend. I bought the 3/8" M12 ratchet and liked it, but most bolts that these are so nice for are small, so I bought the 1/4" ratchet as well. I really like them. They simply save time over a "manual" ratchet. I also use the impact driver for pulling off bolts but this tool allows "breaking" bolts manually then power un-threading in one step. It also allows more control when going back on (though always start the threads manually--I messed up big time on that once).

My advice if you're thinking about one is spring for the 1/4" version and adapt up if needed, instead of usually needing a 3/8-to-1/4 adapter that adds to the length, which hurts when clearance is an issue. The 1/4" version is exactly the same as the 3/8" except for the actual connector, and is always $20 more in street price, but worth it in convenience and being "more able" to get into tight spots to get small bolts.

Well, I guess if you're working on '55 Chevys all the time where bolt heads start at 1/2", you'll want the 3/8" one, but I typically work on later model sport car/turbo type stuff with very little clearance.
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