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Home Depot has Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/2" Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring Kit & 5.0Ah Battery (2767-21) on sale for $269. Shipping is free or select store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Eric9547

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  • M18 Fuel 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring (Bare Tool, 2767-20)
  • Redlithium XC5.0 Battery
  • M12-M18 Multi-Voltage Charger
  • Carrying Case
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This impact wrench kit is highly rated on HomeDepot.com, with 136 reviews giving it a 4.9 out of 5 star overall rating. It's rated to deliver up to 1,000 ft. / 1,400lbs. of torque. -Corwin

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Better than Black Friday deal on a top of the line high torque impact wrench.

Up to 1400 ft. lbs. Nut-Busting Torque
One M18 5.0Ah Batteries, Hard Case, Charger Included


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I have the High Torque and Mid Torque models. While the High Torque model is an absolute beast, I find myself using the Mid Torque model more often. It's smaller, which fits into tighter spaces and lighter. I find that it's usually good for 85% of the things I would use an impact wrench for.

Or you can be like me, and have both.
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No hits for the deal but can't say enough good things about the product. The M12/M18 line has totally retired my air tools. What sold me on this is how it slows itself down to 700+/- once a fastener is broken loose so you aren't throwing it across the shop.

With that saidI- this really isn't an amazing price and I'd probably recommend holding out a little longer. With BF right around the corner and all the recent Acme/CPO free battery and bare tool deals I'm sure you could get a much better deal. I didn't do too much digging but CPO has this bare tool for $199 - not sure if any coupons apply. Acme has 11% off with code SALUTE but if you want the full kit OP's deal is better.

I personally used an eBay coupon a few months ago and picked the bare tool up for $140. If you don't already have a ton of M18 batteries/chargers from other promos you can get them for nothing on Craigslist/eBay. Just a thought.
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Absolutely this. I would definitely recommend picking up a mid torque (or equivalent) if you don't already have one. This is one of those tools you probably won't need a lot, but when you do need will get the job done.

Personally, the only reason I own the high torque is because I work out of a truck and dragging hoses can be a PITA. If I was working out of a garage or shop I would probably look at investing in a few of these smaller M18 guns first and just keep my heavy duty air gun in the box until I need it.
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No hits for the deal but can't say enough good things about the product. The M12/M18 line has totally retired my air tools. What sold me on this is how it slows itself down to 700+/- once a fastener is broken loose so you aren't throwing it across the shop.

With that saidI- this really isn't an amazing price and I'd probably recommend holding out a little longer. With BF right around the corner and all the recent Acme/CPO free battery and bare tool deals I'm sure you could get a much better deal. I didn't do too much digging but CPO has this bare tool for $199 - not sure if any coupons apply. Acme has 11% off with code SALUTE but if you want the full kit OP's deal is better.

I personally used an eBay coupon a few months ago and picked the bare tool up for $140. If you don't already have a ton of M18 batteries/chargers from other promos you can get them for nothing on Craigslist/eBay. Just a thought.
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I have the High Torque and Mid Torque models. While the High Torque model is an absolute beast, I find myself using the Mid Torque model more often. It's smaller, which fits into tighter spaces and lighter. I find that it's usually good for 85% of the things I would use an impact wrench for.

Or you can be like me, and have both.
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I have the High Torque and Mid Torque models. While the High Torque model is an absolute beast, I find myself using the Mid Torque model more often. It's smaller, which fits into tighter spaces and lighter. I find that it's usually good for 85% of the things I would use an impact wrench for Or you can be like me, and have both.
Absolutely this. I would definitely recommend picking up a mid torque (or equivalent) if you don't already have one. This is one of those tools you probably won't need a lot, but when you do need will get the job done.

Personally, the only reason I own the high torque is because I work out of a truck and dragging hoses can be a PITA. If I was working out of a garage or shop I would probably look at investing in a few of these smaller M18 guns first and just keep my heavy duty air gun in the box until I need it.
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I have the High Torque and Mid Torque models. While the High Torque model is an absolute beast, I find myself using the Mid Torque model more often. It's smaller, which fits into tighter spaces and lighter. I find that it's usually good for 85% of the things I would use an impact wrench for.

Or you can be like me, and have both.
How much larger is the high torque model compared to the mid torque one?

I ask because I love the idea this has 1400 ft-lbs breaking power, but now you have me considering it's size for working on cars.
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How much larger is the high torque model compared to the mid torque one?

I ask because I love the idea this has 1400 ft-lbs breaking power, but now you have me considering it's size for working on cars.
2763 Gen1 High Torque Impact 9.2" and 6.64lbs (First one I got)
2863 Gen2 High Torque Impact 8.39" and 5.9lbs (This deal)
2861 Mid Torque Impact 6.77" and 3.8lbs

Does it make a difference, for me it does especially if your gonna hold something with one hand trying to break a fastener loose. Size also plays a role, although I found the Gen1 was definitely too big to get into some spots like getting the caliper bracket off on some cars.

Remember you're adding sockets to the tool extending its length as well as a battery adding to its weight.
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2763 Gen1 High Torque Impact 9.2" and 6.64lbs (First one I got)
2863 Gen2 High Torque Impact 8.39" and 5.9lbs (This deal)
2861 Mid Torque Impact 6.77" and 3.8lbs

Does it make a difference, for me it does especially if your gonna hold something with one hand trying to break a fastener loose. Size also plays a role, although I found the Gen1 was definitely too big to get into some spots like getting the caliper bracket off on some cars.

Remember you're adding sockets to the tool extending its length as well as a battery adding to its weight.
Great points that I hadn't considered. I'm going to get the mid torque then, but do you find yourself needing something with more than the 600 ft. lbs of the mid torque?
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Absolutely, but it depends what you normally do. If you have an older car with some rust on the under carriage, the high torque will come in handy busting those seized bolts or nuts. It also breaks crank bolts with no problems.

It could be a tool in addition to your mid Torque, but I would go with the mid Torque first because that may very well be all you need.
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Absolutely, but it depends what you normally do. If you have an older car with some rust on the under carriage, the high torque will come in handy busting those seized bolts or nuts. It also breaks crank bolts with no problems.

It could be a tool in addition to your mid Torque, but I would go with the mid Torque first because that may very well be all you need.
Sounds good. Thanks for the assistsance.
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2763 Gen1 High Torque Impact 9.2" and 6.64lbs (First one I got)
2863 Gen2 High Torque Impact 8.39" and 5.9lbs (This deal)
2861 Mid Torque Impact 6.77" and 3.8lbs

Does it make a difference, for me it does especially if your gonna hold something with one hand trying to break a fastener loose. Size also plays a role, although I found the Gen1 was definitely too big to get into some spots like getting the caliper bracket off on some cars.

Remember you're adding sockets to the tool extending its length as well as a battery adding to its weight.
Not quite, this is the 2767. 2863 is gen2 one key but they share everything minus the controller
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Not quite, this is the 2767. 2863 is gen2 one key but they share everything minus the controller
Thanks, I got the model #s mixed up.
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damnit... this was $220 for the longest time without the case or charger(dont need the case, and the charger can be had for like 7 bucks on ebay.)

https://slickdeals.net/f/12078495-milwaukee-m18-fuel-18-volt-lithium-ion-brushless-cordless-1-2-in-impact-wrench-with-friction-ring-with-free-m18-5-0ah-battery-219?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo

i wasnt ready to pull the trigger(have recently made a large purchase)... now im ready to pull the trigger and am having a hard time doing so at a $50 higher price.

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Thanks, I got the model #s mixed up.
It happens, they have too many models for these. It gets confusing
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