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LOWES DeWalt Xtreme 3/8” drive 12-Volt Cordless Impact WRENCH w/ 2 Batteries $99

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Seems like this gets fairly good reviews, and according to the spec sheet (whatever that's worth), torque is 1500 in-lbs, compared to the current Home Depot deal for the 20V rated at 1560 in-lbs. This kit comes with 2 batteries (only 2Ah), but is also $40 less than HD deal.

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Can I use this for SUV lugnuts?
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Can I use this for SUV lugnuts?
If they were properly torqued, quite possibly yes. If they were put on by a tire shop that used a pneumatic torque wrench, not a chance.

1500 in-lb is 125 ft-lb
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If they were properly torqued, quite possibly yes. If they were put on by a tire shop that used a pneumatic torque wrench, not a chance.

1500 in-lb is 125 ft-lb
Actually breakaway torque is 200 ft-lbs. This would probably work just fine. I kind of want to buy this but am hesitant to buy another tool system. I have Dewalt 20v and 60v. I'm not sure a torque wrench makes the most sense to be my first 12v purchase.
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Will this get cheaper by black Friday? I want one, but I'm not in a rush to purchase.
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12v? Is this a tool for ants?
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12v? Is this a tool for ants?
LOL! Ikr.
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decent price
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Quote from SephirothWGP
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Actually breakaway torque is 200 ft-lbs. This would probably work just fine. I kind of want to buy this but am hesitant to buy another tool system. I have Dewalt 20v and 60v. I'm not sure a torque wrench makes the most sense to be my first 12v purchase.
I could be mistaken but I thought the DeWalt 20v and the 12v tool/battery/charger connectors are the same, and are (safely and intended to be) interchangeable. Can somebody clear that up for me/us? Thank you!
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I could be mistaken but I thought the DeWalt 20v and the 12v tool/battery/charger connectors are the same, and are (safely and intended to be) interchangeable. Can somebody clear that up for me/us? Thank you!
The batteries are not compatible but the 20v charger will charge 12v batteries.
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Is 12 volt going to cut it?
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Nope I bought this a month ago and ended up returning it pretty gutless not much more powerful than my 20v impact driver
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if you want compact and strong get the
milwaukee m12 fuel 1/2" stubby impact wrench

It put my dewalt mid-torque out of a job.. and much smaller/lighter.

now I just have the big dcf899 dewalt, and the milwaukee
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Our cabinet shop has been using the previous generation DeWalt 12v impact drivers since 2011. The assembler's like using them vs. air tools and 20v would be overkill.
The old 1.1 AH Lithium-ion battery packs have proven to be very reliable with only a few failures. The new 12v packs are 2 AH and have a fuel gage.
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Will this get cheaper by black Friday? I want one, but I'm not in a rush to purchase.
Prolly not unless its clearance $99 is typically lowest price for cordless tools that are a full kit. 2 batteries and charger

edit: at least with a name brand like dewalt, milwaukee, or makita
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