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Milwaukee 2504-22 M12 FUEL 1/2" Hammer Drill Kit (2 Ah / 4 Ah) - $115 FS @ TylerTool $114.99

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Not an amazing deal, but not bad. Tyler Tool has the 2504-22 Fuel Hammer Drill kit on sale today for $114.99 with Free Shipping. Comes with 2 batteries, 2Ah and 4Ah

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The M12 FUEL Hammer Drill Driver is the Most Capable, Lightest Weight, Most Compact tool in its class. The POWERSTATE Brushless Motor delivers the power to do a wide variety of applications at 1700 RPM's and 350in.lbs. of torque. Weighing only 2.3lbs it is extremely portable, great for overhead applications, reduces fatigue throughout the day. At 6.6 in. in length this tool has the best access in tight spaces. REDLINK Plus intelligence protects the tool from overloads and overheating while ensuring maximum performance. Using REDLITHIUM CP2.0 Ah and XC4.0 Ah extended capacity battery packs they deliver more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries.

Features:
Most Capable 12V Hammer Drill with the power to perform a wide range of applications
1/2 in. All Metal chuck for maximum grip and bit retention
Lightest Weight in its class for tool belt portability and less fatigue in the work day
Most Compact in its class for the best access in tight spaces
E-Clutch for consistent repeatability in driving applications
1700 RPMs for faster drilling speeds
350 in-lbs of peak torque
Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools

What's Included:
M12 FUEL 1/2 Hammer Drill (2504-20)
(1) M12 REDLITHIUM CP2.0 Ah Battery - 48-11-2420
(1) M12 REDLITHIUM XC4.0 Ah Battery - 48-11-2440
M12 Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - 48-59-2401
Belt Clip
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Same Price from CPO. I checked everywhere else, it's much higher. OOS at Home Depot, so no ability to price match. Tyler and CPO are the best deals I can see new from an Authorized Dealer right now.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...04-22.html

Thanks OP, good find to trigger me looking.
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Definitely a good price. Amazon has the tool only for $68.50 and it tends to not do well on reviews regarding driving vs drilling. I have seen it below $50 on Amazon before. (tool only). I guess if you are in the M12 line and do not have a drill this would be a good move.
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Same Price from CPO. I checked everywhere else, it's much higher. OOS at Home Depot, so no ability to price match. Tyler and CPO are the best deals I can see new from an Authorized Dealer right now.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...04-22.html

Thanks OP, good find to trigger me looking.

Yes, Tyler and CPO are the same company, and the sites work off the same inventory count.. FYI, if you are having problems with the CPO site, try a browser other than Firefox. I have been having so many problems with CPO on Firefox over the past 2 weeks.
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Definitely a good price. Amazon has the tool only for $68.50 and it tends to not do well on reviews regarding driving vs drilling. I have seen it below $50 on Amazon before. (tool only). I guess if you are in the M12 line and do not have a drill this would be a good move.
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Same Price from CPO. I checked everywhere else, it's much higher. OOS at Home Depot, so no ability to price match. Tyler and CPO are the best deals I can see new from an Authorized Dealer right now.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...04-22.html [cpooutlets.com]

Thanks OP, good find to trigger me looking.
I need some help on deciding what to do. I originally bought a M12 Surge combo with free 6 Ah battery for $200. I then had buyer's remorse thinking I'd want a drill as well, so I bought the M12 Fuel Hammer Drill / Impact Driver combo with an extra free 2 Ah battery for $179.

Which one would guys keep?

Now that I'm realizing I could get the bare hammer drill for relatively cheap, it might be better to stick with the Surge combo and buy the bare Hammer drill or even this discounted hammer drill kit for even more batteries. However, I'm worried about possibly warranty claims when not buying from authorized dealer though. I'm just not sure if the Surge or Fuel Impact driver is better for my use case. It's mostly going to be used for a DIY automotive work and some work around the house. For automotive work it will be small fasteners and bolts. I'm eventually going to get a Stubby Impact and a ratchet.



In the past I've issues with rusted fasteners on my undertray and was thinking the Impact would be good for those? But I'm not sure if the higher peak torque on the Fuel driver is better than the sustained torque on the Surge. Also, the quietness of the Surge would probably be nice.

At the end of the day, any of these tools are probably overboard for my use-cases though.
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I need some help on deciding what to do. I originally bought a M12 Surge combo with free 6 Ah battery for $200. I then had buyer's remorse thinking I'd want a drill as well, so I bought the M12 Fuel Hammer Drill / Impact Driver combo with an extra free 2 Ah battery for $179.

Which one would guys keep?

Now that I'm realizing I could get the bare hammer drill for relatively cheap, it might be better to stick with the Surge combo and buy the bare Hammer drill or even this discounted hammer drill kit for even more batteries. However, I'm worried about possibly warranty claims when not buying from authorized dealer though. I'm just not sure if the Surge or Fuel Impact driver is better for my use case. It's mostly going to be used for a DIY automotive work and some work around the house. For automotive work it will be small fasteners and bolts. I'm eventually going to get a Stubby Impact and a ratchet.



In the past I've issues with rusted fasteners on my undertray and was thinking the Impact would be good for those? But I'm not sure if the higher peak torque on the Fuel driver is better than the sustained torque on the Surge. Also, the quietness of the Surge would probably be nice.

At the end of the day, any of these tools are probably overboard for my use-cases though.
I'm guessing you bought:
1. Milwaukee 2582-22 M12 FUEL Hydraulic Driver / Drill Driver Combo Kit
2. Milwaukee 2598-22PO M12 FUEL Brushless 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill and 1/4 in. Cordless Impact Driver Combo Kit

Well first off where did you buy each?
- CPO is authorized.

Next, do you use them for heavy work automotive use, home use, etc?
- If you don't need all that, I would just buy the driver here and get rid of the rest. If you are using the M12 wrench for automotive, you're going to want a 2.0 aH battery for hard to reach spot where you might need to stretch your arm out more. Plus it'll be lighter. This kit has that and the 4.0 aH. Both batteries are fine with the inflator, and other Milwaukee pieces of equipment. The 6.0 aH batteries are coming down in cost because they are releasing a new M12 style I believe at some point. It was announced at NPS2019. Not sure how often you would use a 1/4" impact either. I never do when working on automotive, but it's an option when building a deck or projects like that. I used to use them a lot on electrical panels.

When it comes to all these tools, how much torque are you really going to use? I was looking at a 1/2" impact wrench with 1,000 lbs of fastening torque, and 1,400 lbs of nut-busting torque. I don't think my guys actually need that. I mean, an old bolt they'd break with a breaker bar is probably 350 to 600 lbs of torque.
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Definitely a good price. Amazon has the tool only for $68.50 and it tends to not do well on reviews regarding driving vs drilling. I have seen it below $50 on Amazon before. (tool only). I guess if you are in the M12 line and do not have a drill this would be a good move.
I don't think you're talking about the FUEL and hammer version. I haven't seen the bare tool that cheap.

EDIT: Nevermind, you are correct. Good to know.
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I'm guessing you bought:
1. Milwaukee 2582-22 M12 FUEL Hydraulic Driver / Drill Driver Combo Kit
2. Milwaukee 2598-22PO M12 FUEL Brushless 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill and 1/4 in. Cordless Impact Driver Combo Kit

Well first off where did you buy each?
- CPO is authorized.

Next, do you use them for heavy work automotive use, home use, etc?
- If you don't need all that, I would just buy the driver here and get rid of the rest. If you are using the M12 wrench for automotive, you're going to want a 2.0 aH battery for hard to reach spot where you might need to stretch your arm out more. Plus it'll be lighter. This kit has that and the 4.0 aH. Both batteries are fine with the inflator, and other Milwaukee pieces of equipment. The 6.0 aH batteries are coming down in cost because they are releasing a new M12 style I believe at some point. It was announced at NPS2019. Not sure how often you would use a 1/4" impact either. I never do when working on automotive, but it's an option when building a deck or projects like that. I used to use them a lot on electrical panels.

When it comes to all these tools, how much torque are you really going to use? I was looking at a 1/2" impact wrench with 1,000 lbs of fastening torque, and 1,400 lbs of nut-busting torque. I don't think my guys actually need that. I mean, an old bolt they'd break with a breaker bar is probably 350 to 600 lbs of torque.
I bought both kits from Acme Tools, which is an authorized Milwaukee dealer.

My use-cases are DIY auto and home use. I was going to use the driver for small fasteners and bolts on my car. It seems like the M12 Surge's torque would be too low for this.

I'm eventually going to get a M12 3/8" Stubby, M12 3/8" Ratchet, and in the distant future as M18 Mid-torque or High-Torque. The inflator does sound cool too.

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$104.99 on CPO eBay store
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