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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Lithium-Ion Impact Wrench Kit w/ Battery & Charger

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Lithium-Ion Impact Wrench Kit w/ 1 x 4.0Ah Battery and Charger (P1890) for $129. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free in store pickup where available. Thanks HarleyN
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been on the search for a deal on this ryobi impact wrench since i saw the $50 YMMV one a few weeks back. this finally popped up and i snagged on. wish it was $50, but i will still take it! same impact they have for sale for $179.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../206736695
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Impact mechanism produces 300 ft. lbs. torque and up to 3200 impacts per minute (IPM) for a wide range of heavy-duty applications
Powerful motor allows for tightening or loosening various nuts and bolts
3-speed selector switch offers greater control over a wide range of fastening applications
Tri-beam LED light increases work area visibility
1/2 in. square anvil with detent pin retention for easy and secure socket connection
New and improved GripZone overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
Indicator lights show status as batteries are charged and maintained
Maintenance mode batteries stored on charger are conditioned for peak performance
High-capacity 4Ah Lithium+ battery provides up to 4X extended run time, improves the performance of ONE+ tools up to 35%, is 20% lighter weight and holds charge 4X longer (compared to 18-Volt NiCd P100)
Includes P261 3-speed 1/2 in. impact wrench, P118 dual chemistry charger and P108 18-Volt ONE+ high-capacity Lithium+ battery
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Very tempted. I just got the 1/4" brushless a few weeks back or I would absolutely grab this. I'm trying to find an excuse to add this one....lug nuts? Big Grin
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Very tempted. I just got the 1/4" brushless a few weeks back or I would absolutely grab this. I'm trying to find an excuse to add this one....lug nuts? Big Grin
With 3 speeds it works great for lug nuts. It's also very light and won't fatigue you.
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Very tempted. I just got the 1/4" brushless a few weeks back or I would absolutely grab this. I'm trying to find an excuse to add this one....lug nuts? Big Grin
I've had this one for a while, it's a great impact wrench and this is a good deal
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Very tempted. I just got the 1/4" brushless a few weeks back or I would absolutely grab this. I'm trying to find an excuse to add this one....lug nuts? Big Grin
It's fantastic at lug nuts I was really surprised.
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Waiting for the inevitable brushless version. There will probably be more deals on the to reduce some inventory leading up to the brushless release. Hopefully they bundle the brushless version with the new batteries.
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can it remove lug nuts when the wheel is already in the air? And can it do that without needing to pre-loosen with a breaker bar?
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Also, on things other than lug nuts.. is this more likely to shear off a bolt head vs. hand removal with a breaker bar? (north east.. things get stuck)

--- internet seems to say impact is more reliable vs. breaker bar because:
1. It applies torque more evenly
2. The hammering is more likely to break it free vs. smooth torque that just twists the head off.
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Also, on things other than lug nuts.. is this more likely to shear off a bolt head vs. hand removal with a breaker bar? (north east.. things get stuck)
Yes.
Yes.
Less likely to shear than breaker bar. you should start on the lowest setting first and give it a minute to try and break it free before going to higher settings.
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This sucker is a wonderful tool! Honestly i find the low speed nice when I'm feeling a bit lazy to snug the lugs back up then hand tighten the rest of the way.
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Have had this for three years and I love it. Makes rotating tires a breeze. The hardest part now is jacking up the car!
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Also, on things other than lug nuts.. is this more likely to shear off a bolt head vs. hand removal with a breaker bar? (north east.. things get stuck)

--- internet seems to say impact is more reliable vs. breaker bar because:
1. It applies torque more evenly
2. The hammering is more likely to break it free vs. smooth torque that just twists the head off.
its really a tough call as far as sheering goes. having both tools is your best bet though. as for breaking it free, the best bet is almost always an impact, but nothing beats a giant breaker bar with a loooong pipe on it.

a random tip is to make your own penetrating oil. works 100x better than pb blaster, wd40, etc. its basically transmission fluid and acetone. i use used transmission fluid(free) and acetone is very affordable. toss it in a multi purpose spray bottle and boom.

honestly, it sounds like one of those magical at home fix nonsense things, but it is amazing how well it works.
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Considering they already cleared these out of all the stores, does anyone think there's more room for the price to drop online?
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