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Craftsman 3/8 in. Pistol Grip Impact Wrench for $34.99 + $20 in SYWR Points + Free Shipping

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Sear.com has Craftsman 3/8 in. Pistol Grip Impact Wrench for $34.99 + $20 in SYWR Points for future use + Free Shipping.



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  • Craftsman 3/8 in. impact wrench is professional grade, delivering high torque as you assemble or disassemble materials
  • Has through-handle air exhaust to provide impressive 145 ft/lbs of torque
  • Enjoy forward and reverse power management system, to easily adjust or build projects
  • Keep control with pistol grip and variable trigger speed
  • Smooth, powerful oil bath Dynapact Hammer unit
  • Silencing technology minimizes noise
  • Work quickly with 9000 RPM motor-engine speed
  • 3/8 In. ratchet drive size
  • SCFM at 90 PSI: 6.5, with 1100 IPM
  • Attractive with black mirror finish and chrome accents
  • Lightweight at 2.8 lbs
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Points roll partially, at least for me. I am able to pay up to $14 with points and still shows $20 back in SYWR points. See attached:
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Points roll partially, at least for me. I am able to pay up to $14 with points and still shows $20 back in SYWR points. See attached:
that does not mean that points roll. You are just within "spend $20 get 20000 points" offer.
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that does not mean that points roll. You are just within "spend $20 get 20000 points" offer.

Agree.
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Specs: <snip>
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No points for me
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145ft/lbs. Very unimpressive
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145ft/lbs. Very unimpressive
Not at all unimpressive for a light and compact 3/8" gun and 145 is plenty for most automotive applications.
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According to Sears: "54% of customers would recommend this product". Weak power is cited.
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According to Sears: "54% of customers would recommend this product". Weak power is cited.
A big problem with inexpensive impact wrenches is that people pair them with cheap compressors and poor hoses and fittings that restrict the amount of air getting to the tool. That, and they forget to properly oil them.

For every review complaining about power, there is another one that says its powerful. Either a lot of people are getting duds, they are doing something wrong, or have unrealistic expectations for a compact gun.
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Also several comments about weak retainer ring. I'll pass on this one. Probably not worth the trouble. Thanks anyway Op
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Not at all unimpressive for a light and compact 3/8" gun and 145 is plenty for most automotive applications.
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A big problem with inexpensive impact wrenches is that people pair them with cheap compressors and poor hoses and fittings that restrict the amount of air getting to the tool. That, and they forget to properly oil them.

For every review complaining about power, there is another one that says its powerful. Either a lot of people are getting duds, they are doing something wrong, or have unrealistic expectations for a compact gun.
this impact wrench will not take off lug nuts from on a properly torqued F250 or similar, and up.
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this impact wrench will not take off lug nuts from on a properly torqued F250 or similar, and up.
Nope, nor is it designed to. I'd suggest a larger 1/2" impact wrench for high torque tasks like that where there is plenty of room to wield the bigger and more powerful gun.
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I'd recommend a stronger 1/2 impact gun.

If you want 3/8 size and low torque, then you would be better off getting a 3/8 butterfly impact instead of a pistol grip gun style.
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