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DEWALT XTREME 12-Volt Max 3/8-in Drive Cordless Impact Wrench (2-Batteries) $99

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  1. DCF902 12V MAX Brushless 3/8-in impact wrench has 30% more torque (when using DCB122 2 Ah battery vs DCF813 using DCB120 1.3 Ah battery)
  2. Brushless motor for maximum runtime and durability
  3. 3/8-in square drive

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000981132
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Same price on amazon and ebay
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Same price on amazon and ebay
link because im not seeing the one with the two batteries
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Is this strong enough to remove lug nut?
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May work well with a $20 off $100 coupon.
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I'm getting "This Item Is Currently Unavailable"
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May work well with a $20 off $100 coupon.
you got a link to those?
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you got a link to those?
The code generators take very long to work now. You are better off buying them off eBay. I started doing that this year and it is just so much easier.
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Is this strong enough to remove lug nut?
There is another thread on that has a lot of questions/answers on the power of this. Many have chimed in but seem to expect more than what this tool is made for.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13427527-lowes-dewalt-xtreme-3-8-drive-12-volt-cordless-impact-wrench-w-2-batteries-99?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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Hmm should I get this deal or spend $30 more to get the more powerful 1/2" drive Ryobi?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302648209

Mostly care about using this to remove lug nuts on my car (I manually torque all my own wheels to spec each time ~90ft-lb - no one else works on them)


Sidenote: I currently have a corded Chicago Electric from Habor Freight and at 7lbs I find it very heavy and annoying to deal with the cord in practice so looking for something lighter and cordless without losing too much of a downgrade in power.

https://www.harborfreight.com/12-...61173.html
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The code generators take very long to work now. You are better off buying them off eBay. I started doing that this year and it is just so much easier.
Have you noticed that they are all for in-store use only now? Am I late to the party or is this some new thing? Looking around, it appears as though Lowes has stopped accepting online coupons all-together. Kind of a game changer for me...
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Have you noticed that they are all for in-store use only now? Am I late to the party or is this some new thing? Looking around, it appears as though Lowes has stopped accepting online coupons all-together. Kind of a game changer for me...
Haha, thats funny that you mention that. I just purchased one 2 days ago and noticed that it was in-store only. I thought I just bought the wrong coupon and did not think anything of it. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
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Haha, thats funny that you mention that. I just purchased one 2 days ago and noticed that it was in-store only. I thought I just bought the wrong coupon and did not think anything of it. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Yeah looks like it's as of October 1. https://maxcoupons.net/lowes-ends...y-for-now/
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Hmm should I get this deal or spend $30 more to get the more powerful 1/2" drive Ryobi?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302648209 [homedepot.com]

Mostly care about using this to remove lug nuts on my car (I manually torque all my own wheels to spec each time ~90ft-lb - no one else works on them)


Sidenote: I currently have a corded Chicago Electric from Habor Freight and at 7lbs I find it very heavy and annoying to deal with the cord in practice so looking for something lighter and cordless without losing too much of a downgrade in power.

https://www.harborfreight.com/12-...61173.html [harborfreight.com]
The Ryobi is not designed for lug nuts - per manufacture. In fact the Ryobi has less "take off" power vs put on. I am sure many will chime in saying it works for them but that's the facts.
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This doesn't work with Lowe's coupon off eBay. I bought this along with a $5 screw driver and the coupon didn't apply. Guess those coupons don't work on certain promotions
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