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Milwaukee M18 1/2" Impact Wrench + M12 3/8" Ratchet Combo Kit

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Home Depot has Milwaukee M18 1/2" Impact Wrench + M12 3/8" Ratchet Combo Kit (2663-22R) on sale for $199. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks tamirtoad

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

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  • Milwaukee M18 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring
  • Milwaukee M12 3/8" Ratchet
  • Milwaukee M18 RedLithium XC3.0 Battery
  • Milwaukee M12 RedLithium CP1.5 Battery
  • Milwaukee M18 & M12 Multi-Voltage Charger
  • Milwaukee Contractor Bag
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First deal post! Tell me what you all think.

Price is $199 for the kit. Don't forget that Home Depot accepts Paypal so that's 5% with a category cashback card. Note: These are not the fuel versions but still looks like a decent deal especially since the batteries are included.

1) M12 Cordless 3/8 in. ratchet. #2457-20. 35 ft lbs torque. M12 battery included

2) M18 1/2 in. impact wrench. #2663-20. 450 ft lbs torque. M18 XC 3.0 Ah battery included.

3) Charger and bag included

Store: Home Depot
Link:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310446815

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...lsrc=aw.ds
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Not saying this isn't a good deal. It is. But pointing out to the untrained eye that this isn't one of the fuel impact wrenches.
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I bought the mid torque fuel and have loved it. I also bought the fuel ratchet when it was on sale earlier this year for 139 and find it too large. I would recommend the mid torque or high torque in 1/2" and a stubby m12 in 3/8. With those two you can complete just about any servicing to your car.
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There's also a kit with the inflator + additional m12 battery (which is equivalent to $10 savings over buying the inflator kit separately)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310813533

I got a rigid kit last year, primarily for the impact, but thinking of selling and getting this instead...
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There's also a kit with the inflator + additional m12 battery (which is equivalent to $10 savings over buying the inflator kit separately)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../310813533

I got a rigid kit last year, primarily for the impact, but thinking of selling and getting this instead...
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Not saying this isn't a good deal. It is. But pointing out to the untrained eye that this isn't one of the fuel impact wrenches.
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Not saying this isn't a good deal. It is. But pointing out to the untrained eye that this isn't one of the fuel impact wrenches.
Yeah, I stuck that in the original post but maybe it's hard to see. I know that the fuel impact is brushless and has more power, but are there other reasons would you choose the fuel impact vs. non fuel if 450 ft lbs is enough for the application?
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Yeah, I stuck that in the original post but maybe it's hard to see. I know that the fuel impact is brushless and has more power, but are there other reasons would you choose the fuel impact vs. non fuel if 450 ft lbs is enough for the application?
Breakaway torque
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I'm looking Into the Ridgid octane impact wrench. It costs $250 versus this. I would really appreciate some honest opinions. Thanks .
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I bought the mid torque fuel and have loved it. I also bought the fuel ratchet when it was on sale earlier this year for 139 and find it too large. I would recommend the mid torque or high torque in 1/2" and a stubby m12 in 3/8. With those two you can complete just about any servicing to your car.
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Yeah, I stuck that in the original post but maybe it's hard to see. I know that the fuel impact is brushless and has more power, but are there other reasons would you choose the fuel impact vs. non fuel if 450 ft lbs is enough for the application?
These impact are quite big and weak compare to fuel versions. If you don't care about battery platform there are plenty of good impact that are better than this. If you care more about the ratchet then this ain't a bad deal.
The Dewalt 1/2 mid torque with 3ah battery and charger for $199, Ridgid 1/2 mid range brushless battery and charger $150, etc.
These are comparable in power or maybe even better but are a lot smaller and newer.
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I bought the mid torque fuel and have loved it. I also bought the fuel ratchet when it was on sale earlier this year for 139 and find it too large. I would recommend the mid torque or high torque in 1/2" and a stubby m12 in 3/8. With those two you can complete just about any servicing to your car.
I totally agree!!!
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I bought the mid torque fuel and have loved it. I also bought the fuel ratchet when it was on sale earlier this year for 139 and find it too large. I would recommend the mid torque or high torque in 1/2" and a stubby m12 in 3/8. With those two you can complete just about any servicing to your car.
I hear the m12 ratchet is the way to go (versus the m12 fuel ratchet). I haven't measured in store, but seems as though the specs are about a 1/4" thinner in the head so you're able to navigate tighter spaces a little easier. If I didn't have a high torque 1/2" drive/ didn't mind reselling the one in this kit, I would consider this a solid buy
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Yea I really wanted the regular m12 3/8 don't need more m12 batteries though and if I was going impact I'd go fuel for sure. This is still a good deal though considering what you get
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IMO, for a DIY this is an excellent deal,this is what I would have bought as a kit versus piecemeal which I have done. Thanks for posting OP
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I hear the m12 ratchet is the way to go (versus the m12 fuel ratchet). I haven't measured in store, but seems as though the specs are about a 1/4" thinner in the head so you're able to navigate tighter spaces a little easier. If I didn't have a high torque 1/2" drive/ didn't mind reselling the one in this kit, I would consider this a solid buy
I bought the m12 Fuel ratchet last year and returned it because it was way too big and heavy to use regularly. I got the Husky ratchet instead from one of those deals and kept it and have used it frequently. I'm just a DIY-er, not professional, occasional use of a lighter, smaller tool while still retaining 60-70% of the torque is enough. If it's not enough you can always turn/twist it anyway, so in that case, lighter is better since more of my energy will go towards the twisting rather than carrying the weight.

I've used the Husky when replacing my garage spring, it was overhead where I really felt using a lighter tool helped me much as my muscles were not as cramped as they could have been otherwise. It might be a 5 minute job but I didn't know what I was doing plus the color was out so I installed the wrong spring first then having to replace it, so it was double the work so to speak. So using a tool repeatedly in an overhead situation is where a lighter tool excelled.

More torque isn't always better, better designed tool is always better.
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