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Good deal on an cheaper impact wrench

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Which is more air than cheap compressors usually provide. I would guess that most of the negative comments about this impact gun are from people who are trying to run them with too small of a compressor, poor quality flow limiting connections, or with too much length in too small of a hose.

However, if you've got the expensive equipment to properly power this impact, then you're probably not in the market for $20 gun. 'Tis the catch-22 of low cost pneumatics...
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Average Air Consumption :5.2 (CFM)
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Sears reviewer says not to run this without at least a 65 gallon air compressor...a person that has a compressor that large isn't going to buy a $20 POS impact gun.
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To save someone else a click: pneumatic.
Average Air Consumption :5.2 (CFM)
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Which is more air than cheap compressors usually provide. I would guess that most of the negative comments about this impact gun are from people who are trying to run them with too small of a compressor, poor quality flow limiting connections, or with too much length in too small of a hose.

However, if you've got the expensive equipment to properly power this impact, then you're probably not in the market for $20 gun. 'Tis the catch-22 of low cost pneumatics...
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Would make a good back up gun just to have around in a pinch.
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So sad to see every Sears deals based on SYWR to get traffic into the stores this time of the year. It's like playing musical chairs until the music stops but fun while it lasts!
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So sad to see every Sears deals based on SYWR to get traffic into the stores this time of the year. It's like playing musical chairs until the music stops but fun while it lasts!
Sad indeed. I've been to sears more these past 2 months then I have in the past 10 years. I've actually bought stuff with cash too! But definitely not enough to keep them afloat.
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Sears reviewer says not to run this without at least a 65 gallon air compressor...a person that has a compressor that large isn't going to buy a $20 POS impact gun.
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Sad indeed. I've been to sears more these past 2 months then I have in the past 10 years. I've actually bought stuff with cash too! But definitely not enough to keep them afloat.

It's all part of Eddie Lamperts scheme to keep it alive long enough to monetize his situation after driving it into the ground:


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It's all part of Eddie Lamperts scheme to keep it alive long enough to monetize his situation after driving it into the ground:


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Thanks for the article. Should've shorted it years ago!
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What situations would you use it for besides heavy machinery? Perhaps autobrake jobs or is it overkill?
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Thanks for the article. Should've shorted it years ago!

And today he's trying to buy back the cream of the crop at a discount: This is capitalism at it's finest.


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Sears reviewer says not to run this without at least a 65 gallon air compressor...a person that has a compressor that large isn't going to buy a $20 POS impact gun.
Wow, this thing needs a 65 gallon compressor to work?!?! I read the review as well, just seems like a lot. I recently bought an Earthquake XT from Harbor Freight on Black Friday. If this craftsman works for me, I'd consider returning the XT ($100). But I only have a 30 gallon, seems like I should just keep the XT. I'm using it for weekend projects on the family car, nothing too involved.
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Add it to your cart and the 19.99 back in SYW bonus disappears
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