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Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Combo Kit (4-Tool) with (2) 5.0 Ah Batteries, (1) Charger, (1) Tool Bag $349 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2 in. Impact Wrench W/ Friction Ring W/ M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery and Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 3/8 in. Impact Wrench W/ Friction Ring W/ M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery & Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw W/ M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery & Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Sawzall Reciprocating Saw with M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery and Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool W/ M18 Starter Kit W/ (1) 5.0Ah Battery and Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 5 in. Random Orbit Sander with M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery and Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 7-1/4 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Kit W/(1) 5.0Ah Battery $249 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 2000-Lumen ROCKET LED Stand Work Light W/ M18 Starter Kit (1) 5.0Ah Battery & Charger $149 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit (9-Piece) $45 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Tool Kit (9-Tool) with (3) 4.0 Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag $549 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee 3/8 in. Drive SAE/Metric Ratchet and Socket Mechanics Tool Set (56-Piece) $90 [homedepot.com]

Milwaukee 15 in. Ultimate Jobsite Backpack $70 [homedepot.com]
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I'm assuming the "negative mark" is because with these tool kits you cannot sell back the charger and battery since it is included in the kit. You could flip it as a open-box on eBay though.

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Ah. I thought it was like other deals where they gave you the battery and charger separately.

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Don't know why I got a negative mark. It's a legit question for those of us that have battery and charger already
Because some people here get upset if you do anything that's in the gray area. Though many do it and have the answers many also feel it's underhanded and not in the spirit of the deal so asking those questions is a big ymmv depending on who's looking at the thread.
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Ugh I bought the miter saw kit a few weeks ago for $375. BTW it's an awesome miter saw, lots of improvements over Milwaukee's 10" version and incredibly light. If you have the need, definitely pounce on this deal.
I did too, with the 'free' blade, right? Fortunately it's still in shrink-wrap, so will return and rebuy (you might want to consider doing the opposite -- it's the exact same retail kit/UPC, only they threw in an extra blade the last time around).
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1/2 inch Impact wrench good for changing tires? Is it same as mid tourque wrench milwaquee has?
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Because some people here get upset if you do anything that's in the gray area. Though many do it and have the answers many also feel it's underhanded and not in the spirit of the deal so asking those questions is a big ymmv depending on who's looking at the thread.
But it's not grey area. It even says it on the receipt when you get free items. Lol
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The specs on the 1/2" impact wrench blow away my newish Craftsman C3 1/2" impact wrench:
  • 5.0 vs. 4.0 Ah
  • 450 vs. 300 ft-lb
  • Brushless vs. Brushed
  • Slightly more compact
It also has a "friction ring" on the anvil, which they claim makes for easier socket insertion/removal, but I'm not sure how that works and if it's really better. I haven't had problems inserting or removing sockets from my Craftsman.

Admittedly my Craftsman cost me way less than this one, especially with coupons and SYW cashback points that if Sears hangs on till spring means that I actually made money on it (assuming that the things I buy with those points were things I really needed and was going to buy anyway).

Plus it's been more than powerful enough for everything I've used it for (but one, gettiing a stuck axle out of a hub, but even a neighbor's much more powerful air impact couldn't get it off and I had to take it to a shop that had a press), e.g. lug nuts, axle nut, knuckle bolts--hopefully the crankshaft pulley bolt when I finally get around to replacing the timing belt.

But $150 for this is still a deal IMO and if I could do it over again I might have opted for this over the Craftsman.

I'm curious, though, in real-world applications, is there a meaningful difference between 300 and 450 ft-lb, or do you basically need to double the max torque for it to make a real difference? And does brushless make it more efficient and thus use less battery power?
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1/2 inch Impact wrench good for changing tires? Is it same as mid tourque wrench milwaquee has?
Way more than good enough, even on most trucks or tractors, even if they were way overtorqued at a shop. The only way this doesn't get the nuts off is if they've rusted to the point where they've fused with the bolts, which will snap off before releasing, but this might not put out enough torque to snap them off. If you suspect that this might be the case, use plenty of penetrating oil first, and wait before using. Do NOT use to retighten nuts, though. Use a torque wrench.
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Quick question - when you buy Milwaukee (or any of the other power tool sets) at Home Depot and there's a promotion where you get to pick a free tool/battery, can that free tool/battery be returned on its own? I ask because I bought a Milwaukee brushless drill and driver set on BF and I picked up a job site LED light with it. On my receipt it shows the light as having a ~$98 return value. Can I return just the light to Home Depot and keep the drill and driver (which is really all I wanted anyway)? I asked at checkout if that was possible but the checker said you can't do that. Thanks.
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Quick question - when you buy Milwaukee (or any of the other power tool sets) at Home Depot and there's a promotion where you get to pick a free tool/battery, can that free tool/battery be returned on its own? I ask because I bought a Milwaukee brushless drill and driver set on BF and I picked up a job site LED light with it. On my receipt it shows the light as having a ~$98 return value. Can I return just the light to Home Depot and keep the drill and driver (which is really all I wanted anyway)? I asked at checkout if that was possible but the checker said you can't do that. Thanks.
I've done this many times, but it only works in-store and if the battery was a separate add-on, i.e. wasn't packaged together with the other items.
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I don't think these are the "Fuel" series, which makes it less of a deal.
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But it's not grey area. It even says it on the receipt when you get free items. Lol
I'm not disagreeing with you. And if I knew I'd have happily answered you. However you did ask why the downvote so I'm telling you why. People have their opinion, right or wrong that's how it is. I say let them downvote who cares anyway??
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Anyone know if a 1/4 impact m18 fuel series can be used to take lugs off a pickup ?
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That was my thought as well. Only 2 items there from their newer Fuel line. Frown The specs on the Fuel 1/2-inch impact are far more impressive and it's brushless: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../302654201 but alas, no discount on those. Frown
Ya, and the fuel impact was just on sale for $169...surprised they couldn't do it up on this one too.
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Anyone know if a 1/4 impact m18 fuel series can be used to take lugs off a pickup ?
The newest 2853-20 impact driver is good to 166 ft pounds loosening. Most pickups are around 150 ft pounds so it would be close. The mid toque impact would definitely do it and the impact driver would be debatable.
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a $150 tool and all yall want to do is remove lug nuts?? wow!
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