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DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Cordless 3/8" Impact Wrench w/ Hog Ring + Battery

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HomeDepot.com has DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Cordless 3/8" Impact Wrench with Hog Ring + 20-Volt MAX XR Li-Ion 4.0 Ah Battery (DCF883BW204) on sale for $139. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks LavenderIdea8652

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Tell him to use extension tension rods that is precalibrated for specific torque settings.
I would have told him to use a wrench (you never tighten a bolt with an impact on full blast, ever)
but I had stepped out of the garage at the time
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Thoughts on this Ryobi from HD for $129? 1/2" 18V with battery and charger. 300ft/lbs


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302648209
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It seems the Lowe's coupon generator doesn't work anymore and you can buy on eBay, but they're all in-store only. Any issues with using these?

I'm looking at getting the $99 one discussed here. Can anyone let me know if I'm potentially making a mistake? Looks like a great deal.
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I would have told him to use a wrench (you never tighten a bolt with an impact on full blast, ever)
but I had stepped out of the garage at the time
What he's referring to are Torque Sticks -- which are designed exactly for tightening bolts on full blast with an impact, as they limit the torque applied.
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What he's referring to are Torque Sticks -- which are designed exactly for tightening bolts on full blast with an impact, as they limit the torque applied.
Yes I am familiar with torque sticks. They are not remotely accurate and were only designed to reduce stripping lugnuts in high volume tire shops.
No hobby mechanic should ever use one, and certainly not for a 30 ft lb bolt.
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It seems the Lowe's coupon generator doesn't work anymore and you can buy on eBay, but they're all in-store only. Any issues with using these?

I'm looking at getting the $99 one discussed here. Can anyone let me know if I'm potentially making a mistake? Looks like a great deal.
I suggested the $99 one, keep in mind that it's a new Xtreme 12v line from Dewalt, they just launched it so there's nowhere near as many tools as their 20v line. But I think that if you get one of the $30 off coupons from eBay for $5 and you'll walk out with it for $75 it's a pretty good deal. You can always return it if you don't like it. I would get it if I didn't already have my Milwaukee stubby that I paid $240 for the kit.
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Thoughts on this Ryobi from HD for $129? 1/2" 18V with battery and charger. 300ft/lbs


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302648209
Depends what you need it for, if you're looking for the most torque for your buck I would get the Ridgid octane 1/2" impact wrench in this deal for $179 it has 485 ft/lbs forward and 620 ft/lbs breakaway torque
https://slickdeals.net/f/13410631-ridgid-18v-octane-3-0-ah-6-0-ah-li-ion-battery-starter-kit-1-bare-18v-tool-179-more-free-s-h
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I suggested the $99 one, keep in mind that it's a new Xtreme 12v line from Dewalt, they just launched it so there's nowhere near as many tools as their 20v line. But I think that if you get one of the $30 off coupons from eBay for $5 and you'll walk out with it for $75 it's a pretty good deal. You can always return it if you don't like it. I would get it if I didn't already have my Milwaukee stubby that I paid $240 for the kit.
I got the Xtreme 12v impact wrench and I like it. I couldn't bring myself to buy the Stubby because of the big girth and the price. Was waiting for a sale/price drop on the Stubby. But now that I got the Xtreme 12v I think I will just wait for the next generation of the Stubby. If Milwaukee can shrink it down to the size of their 2nd gen M12 Fuel impact I'll be all over it.

Also are you sure you don't mean a $20 coupon? Never heard of a $30 coupon from Lowe's at a $100 price point.
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Rip off.
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130 is a good number for this. You don't need bolt snapping power in a 3/8.
Their impact driver costs even less than this and does 120 ft lbs. Just buy a 7 dollar socket drive adapter and you can do anything this item could do, plus do screws. I don't see the purpose of an impact wrench with so little power.
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Was lucky to buy this along with the hammer drill, battery and a charger from a guy on the street for only $30 over the summer.
Because he stole them from your neighbor, probably!
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There seems to be a number of knowledgeable mechanic types here.

Bottom line, is this a good tool for handling vehicle lug nuts? Maybe with the addition of a normal hand torque wrench for final tightening?
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Their impact driver costs even less than this and does 120 ft lbs. Just buy a 7 dollar socket drive adapter and you can do anything this item could do, plus do screws. I don't see the purpose of an impact wrench with so little power.
Harbor Freight has a 6 pack of short and extended (6" ???) adapters (1/4, 3/8, 1/2) for like $3-4, I think that's what I paid. I use my impact driver for just about everything Smilie
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There seems to be a number of knowledgeable mechanic types here.

Bottom line, is this a good tool for handling vehicle lug nuts? Maybe with the addition of a normal hand torque wrench for final tightening?
Not really. This tool is only 130 ft/lbs. You might have trouble getting some lug nuts off, especially on a truck, or if there is corrosion. You'll be a lot better off using a half inch with at least a couple hundred ft/lbs. Use impact sockets, not regular sockets... A big set of sockets at HF is like $30. Make sure the lugs are on a few threads, then free spin the rest of the way with the impact, and always finish with a torque wrench. Don't tighten with the impact, just get it close. If you've got aluminum rims, don't forget to recheck the torque after driving 25 miles or so.
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Not really. This tool is only 130 ft/lbs. You might have trouble getting some lug nuts off, especially on a truck, or if there is corrosion. You'll be a lot better off using a half inch with at least a couple hundred ft/lbs. Use impact sockets, not regular sockets... A big set of sockets at HF is like $30. Make sure the lugs are on a few threads, then free spin the rest of the way with the impact, and always finish with a torque wrench. Don't tighten with the impact, just get it close. If you've got aluminum rims, don't forget to recheck the torque after driving 25 miles or so.
Thanks. Exactly what I was looking for.
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