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DeWALT XTREME 12V MAX Brushless 3/8" Cordless Impact Wrench Kit $84 + Free Shipping

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Lowe's has it for $99, if you can find a coupon you may come out ahead

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000981132
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Is this powerful enough to remove lug nuts?
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Is this powerful enough to remove lug nuts?
Ignore other posts. No, it can't remove a non-loose lug. You would need a "high torque" impact wrench and they usually start at 20V and up.
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Ignore other posts. No, it can't remove a non-loose lug. You would need a "high torque" impact wrench and they usually start at 20V and up.
That's what I figured, thanks for the feedback
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Is this powerful enough to remove lug nuts?
Yep. The impact driver with socket adapters worked as well before I ponied up for the wrench
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There's nothing extreme about 12v, get the 20v model that has more torque and a larger variety of tool compatibility for the batteries.
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Is this powerful enough to remove lug nuts?
If you have a small car like civic, the torque spec is 86 ft/lb and if you do your own work to torque then it will take the lug of after few seconds as this is rated at 200 ft/lb. But don't expect to take off lug that was tightened by lazy bone head tire installer using their air impact.
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Dammit! Mad Bought this for $99 a few weeks ago!

Great price!!!! Cool I've used it a few times working on my car. The size is great when you're under the car. I also have the DCF899 and DCF894 for bigger stuff.
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Ignore other posts. No, it can't remove a non-loose lug. You would need a "high torque" impact wrench and they usually start at 20V and up.
so high torque that's what I need to look for? and 20V up

how much do they cost on average? thanks
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so high torque that's what I need to look for? and 20V up

how much do they cost on average? thanks
20v is a scam. They all use 18650s with 5 in series. 18650 batteries are 3.7v nominal charge, 4.2v max charge. They're at 4.2v for the first 30s of use. 4x4.2=21v. 5x3.7=18.5v.

Its just marketing.

That said my 18v Ridgid takes my lugnuts off just fine. If you have a big truck maybe not but any car's lugnuts will come right off with any but the shittiest of 18v impact wrenches.
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Looks very decent for the price:

https://youtu.be/zRnplhXqAaM

More or less this is how my M12 Fuel 3/8 stubby performs.
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