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Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2" Impact Wrench Kit EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has Milwaukee M18 Fuel 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/2" Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring Kit & 5.0Ah Battery (2767-21) on sale for $269. Shipping is free or select store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Josh61513

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  • M18 Fuel 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring (Bare Tool, 2767-20)
  • Redlithium XC5.0 Battery
  • M12-M18 Multi-Voltage Charger
  • Carrying Case
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Longtime lurker, first post, go gentle.

Been shopping for this for a while and it's one of Home Depot's deals of the day today, normally $409. This is the biggest and baddest 1/2" impact on the market with 1,400 ft. lbs. in reverse. Much more powerful than most 1/2" and some 3/4" pneumatic impacts. This was a good deal this summer for $249 but it didn't include the charger or a case.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13128118-milwaukee-m18-fuel-18-volt-lithium-ion-brushless-cordless-1-2-in-impact-wrench-with-friction-ring-with-free-m18-5-0ah-battery-249?v=1&src=SiteSearch

For $20 more I think today's deal is even better than the one from the summer:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../306180606
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Homeowners working on their own cars probably won't ever need this much torque and it comes with the downside that this thing is huge and heavy.

But if you're working on heavy equipment or big trucks, a tool like this will often be necessary.
homeowners work on their cars definitely dont need this. just need to know a person that has one Wink
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This thing busts big nuts.
So does the ex?
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Tax turns this average deal into a stinker. Good deal would be $240 with tax. Slickdeal would $220 with tax.
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Any idea how big of nuts this thing will bust? Says it has a lot of nut busting torque.

Trying to justify a 4th impact wrench...
Up to 1400 ft. lbs. Nut-Busting Torque
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I wouldn't bite. I recently bought the impact driver, hammer drill, and sawzall set with two 5.0 batteries and charger and a soft bag for $324 for the m18 Fuel set. This seems a bit much but I'm not a contractor.
Impact Driver =/= Impact Wrench

Impact wrenches are hardly, if ever, included in the "kits" (multiple tools) that go on sale. I've never seen it happen. I've invested in the M12 and M18 fuel tool lines for automotive work and I've been watching Milwaukee tool deals for years.

I was surprised when the 3/8" wrench was on the Home Depot one day deal a few days ago, but it was the M12 version and NOT the fuel version. I bought one impact and a few 3/8" ratchets to give out at the auto tech program I graduated from.
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I'd prefer the mid-torque but it's never on sale and it's not much cheaper. I went with the Northern Tool deal this morning. I might sell off one of the three 5Ah batteries to help with the cost. Or I might hold on and see what other deals pop up in the next couple weeks.
The 1/2 mid kit was 199$ for a while in sure it'll be back

I love my 3/8 mid the sucker really never goes on sale tho
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Hmm, this deal vs. the one posted earlier. For an extra $150 over this deal, you get:

Impact protective boot
4-1/2" grinder/cutoff wheel
Two more batteries
An impact socket set
LED work light
Bag

I think the other deal from Northern Tool is a better choice, even without the grinder, but it's a much better deal if you do want the grinder.
It's funny how they workout to be the same real value basically. Bummer too
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Impact Driver =/= Impact Wrench

Impact wrenches are hardly, if ever, included in the "kits" (multiple tools) that go on sale. I've never seen it happen. I've invested in the M12 and M18 fuel tool lines for automotive work and I've been watching Milwaukee tool deals for years.

I was surprised when the 3/8" wrench was on the Home Depot one day deal a few days ago, but it was the M12 version and NOT the fuel version. I bought one impact and a few 3/8" ratchets to give out at the auto tech program I graduated from.
Impact wrenches regularly go on sale and are included in multi tool kits of larger sizes. Obviously not as common as the staples to see though.

I wish there was a M12 stubby competitor. The fuel ratchets are a failure imo, long necks are better but they need a redesign
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Hmm, this deal vs. the one posted earlier. For an extra $150 over this deal, you get:

Impact protective boot
4-1/2" grinder/cutoff wheel
Two more batteries
An impact socket set
LED work light
Bag

I think the other deal from Northern Tool is a better choice, even without the grinder, but it's a much better deal if you do want the grinder.
Where is this?
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What's a good impact wrench for removing lug nuts off my car ?? I would assume this is a overkill?
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I just bought the RIDGID at Home Depot for $150. It got lug nuts loose I couldn't get with my breaker bar.
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What's a good impact wrench for removing lug nuts off my car ?? I would assume this is a overkill?
Way overkill. You could (depending on lug torque spec) use a 1/4 impact driver with socket adaptor. If you wanted something as cost efficient as possible that was powered try the Chicago electric corded impact wrench from hf. Think they go on coupon for $30-35. Check hfqpdb.com.
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This is for pro's doing heavy auto suspension or engine work (think Honda crank pulley bolts). Many stories of folks snapping wheel lug bolts with too much of a trigger pull on the high torque model.
Unlikely because you can vary the amount of torque through the Drive Control button. There are high, medium, low, and reverse settings.

Rotations and Impacts per minute from the operator's manual:

Setting 1 0-550 RPM 0-950 IPM
Setting 2 0-1400 RPM 0-1750 IPM
Setting 3 0-1750 RPM 0-2100 IPM
Setting 4 Reverse 0-1750 RPM 0-2100 IPM

Manual: https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/58-14-0070d3.pdf
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A mid-torque will suffice for most DIY folks.

I have a $99 Kobolt impact wrench from Lowes that will spin a Honda lug nut all day long. It makes removing and torquing the Pentair pool filter clamp bolt a 3 second job.
My mid-Torque Milwaukee of the same line wasn't sufficient for my Honda V6 crank pulley even with the special Lisle impact tool or for my Supra's 2JZ-GTE. Looking back, would spending a little more have been worth the headache and time saved from blow torches, a 3/4 breaker bar, and cheater bar extensions? Absolutely.

If were to own just 1 impact, I would go with the most power I can afford to give me the most flexibility. If I'm going to own 2, then I would buy a stubby impact that is good for 90% of jobs out there, and a high-torque for stubborn bolts. I think a mid-torque tool is best for people who already own more than 2.

If budget is a question, the best value would be the Harbor Freight electric 1/2 capable of 1050 ft-lbs for only $90 after 10% off coupon from Harbor Freight Coupon Database.
https://www.harborfreight.com/12-in-heavy-duty-extreme-torque-impact-wrench-64120.html

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The 'nut busting torque' specs are pure marketing numbers. There are plenty of YT videos where they compare various models using bolts torqued to calibrated values.

If you're in the trade, this is probably a good deal.
Also keep in mind the torque specs are for a fully charged battery, and unless you like recharging batteries or swapping them out every few minutes, then understand the amount of power of the tool will diminish as the battery capacity goes down. This is a good deal for anyone who can afford it.
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I have this ,,I used to use only my wife to bust my nuts but now Mrs Milwaukee does it
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