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JB Tool Sales via Amazon has DeWALT 20V Max XR 3/8" Compact Impact Wrench (DCF890B) on sale for $91.34. Shipping is free. Thanks rj124104
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Was shopping for a 3/8" version of this impact and stumbled across this deal. Seems to be a price war going on at the moment. MSRP $189 from dewalt and that's also the amazon.com direct price. Price is fluctuating a bit, but all comparable companies from the dewalt site seem to be $189. Model number DCF890B

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Lowest price according to CCC. Good it if you already have a good impact driver and 1/2" impact wrench. It will handle most jobs around the house, but it is at or beyond its limit if you are changing car/truck tires.
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Wish it was the DCF894 Embarrassment Great price though. Thinking about it Cool

I have the DCF899 for my lugnuts.
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Already have the DCF894 and the DCF887. Any need for this one or just use an adapter with the 887 or use the 894 on a lower setting?
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Lugnuts are torqued to 70-90 lbs on the average non-commercial passenger vehicle. This has a Max torque of 150-ft lbs and should be plenty for removing and installing lugnuts.
Have you actually used this for lugnuts? Seems to be cutting it pretty close, breakaway torque might be a little higher than what this can handle. My F-150 is spec'd for 150 ft/lbs.
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Unless you needed just the bare tool and already had Dewalt batteries, it seems like the combo + 2 free tools is a better way to go this time of year
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Already have the DCF894 and the DCF887. Any need for this one or just use an adapter with the 887 or use the 894 on a lower setting?
I have the DCF887 and DCF894 , but the DCF887 is long by the time I put an adapter on it so I really wanted this for those instances. Not to mention I keep snapping my 3/8" adapters somehow.
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Have you actually used this for lugnuts? Seems to be cutting it pretty close, breakaway torque might be a little higher than what this can handle. My F-150 is spec'd for 150 ft/lbs.
I've used it on lugnuts without issue so long as you're using a torque wrench on your lug nuts and not burying your car at the bottom of the ocean.
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Already have the DCF894 and the DCF887. Any need for this one or just use an adapter with the 887 or use the 894 on a lower setting?
No need for this one at all.
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Lugnuts are torqued to 70-90 lbs on the average non-commercial passenger vehicle. This has a Max torque of 150-ft lbs and should be plenty for removing and installing lugnuts.
Good luck with that! Factor in rust and many places/home owners over tighten. My non xr DeWalt has gotten lucky a few times with lugs, just figure any adapter 3/8 to 1/2" also robs power

I do however use this daily for everything else, normally keep a 10mm on it
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I have the DCF887 and DCF894 , but the DCF887 is long by the time I put an adapter on it so I really wanted this for those instances. Not to mention I keep snapping my 3/8" adapters somehow.
Buy these. Lifetime warranty. When they snap, return to Lowes and get/order a new set.

https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1-4...1000247803
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Unless you needed just the bare tool and already had Dewalt batteries, it seems like the combo + 2 free tools is a better way to go this time of year
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Buy these. Lifetime warranty. When they snap, return to Lowes and get/order a new set.

https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1-4...1000247803
Yup and you're not wasting more by throwing out old ones as Lowe's recycles these for new. I've been doing this for years and they don't hassle you the way Sears would when you'd bring in your broken/snapped craftsman tools.
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Lugnuts are torqued to 70-90 lbs on the average non-commercial passenger vehicle. This has a Max torque of 150-ft lbs and should be plenty for removing and installing lugnuts.
Lol good luck! It doesn't. Need the mid or high torque model
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