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Active Miltary/Veterans: DeWalt 20V XR Brushless 1/2" Impact Wrench (Bare) EXPIRED

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ShopMyExchange offers Active Military & Veterans: DeWalt 20V MAX XR Brushless 1/2" Impact Wrench w/ Detent Pin Anvil (Bare Tool, DCF899B) on sale for $115.07. Shipping is free. Thanks jason34

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  • Our research indicates that DeWalt 20V MAX XR Brushless 1/2" Impact Wrench w/ Detent Pin Anvil (Bare Tool, DCF899B) is $71.92 less (38.46% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $187.
  • The DeWalt Impact Wrench features a brushless motor and has a heavy-duty impact mechanism with a max torque at 700 ft./lbs. This tool features a 3-speed selector switch that allows for application specific torque/drive control. Also has a LED work light with a 20 second delay. The detent pin offers strong socket retention so to help avoid dropping sockets in various construction situations. -slickdewmaster

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I bought this and it looks like the cheapest price I've ever seen for it. Its from AAFES so military and veterans only. They have free shipping and no sales tax.

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It's run by the United States Department of Defense, thus you have to be qualified on the list below to shop there. Profits go back into military wellness programs on bases.
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Dam, bare tool...would be a steal if they throw the battery with it
I mean, its kind of already a steal. This tool usually hovers around $160 on Ebay all day. $45 cheaper than that is amazing.
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Man. What a great deal
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Great price even without a battery. I own it and love it.
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I have this exact impact wrench. This is a hell of a deal on this. This will take lug nuts off no problem, and will break free rusted suspension bolts and nuts with ease. I live in MN, so wrenching on the DD is always a battle with suspension rust.
There are a couple of things to consider though. It is heavy and big, sometimes unwieldy. Anyone that wrenches knows there is never enough space to work on cars. Highly suggest a good set of impact swivels and extensions as well.
This was a great purchase to add to my tool collection. It's a beast. No more air compressor noise and air hoses to trip over.
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Took a look.

They also have the DCR015 [shopmyexchange.com]radio charger for $85.07
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I have this unit, but purchased it in a kit with a charger and 2 - 4amp hour batteries for $199 through Amazon late last year. It's a beast and I would highly recommend it. Does not hesitate to take off any lugnut I have tried so far. I have also broken free some pretty rusted up fasteners. (Thought I was going to break a stud a couple times).

At this price, it's a pretty good, but not phenomenal deal.
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Good deal bought one. Will use for tire rotations on the Tesla
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They price matched in store for me.
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