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Eastwood Screw Buster $14.97

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Loosens Rusted, Corroded, Undercoated, Painted and Over Tightened Screws.

https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood...J0QAvD_BwE

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Created 01-01-2020 at 09:24 AM by r0NR
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Cool tool I would actually have a use for but shipping kills it... $7 S&H for me. Any free shipping codes?
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Requires a Shank Air Hammer. I pass
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This is perfect for brake rotors with screws. Or pretty much any screw that that is giving you issues.
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Is this different/better than the electric impact driver that pretty much anyone has?
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Is this different/better than the electric impact driver that pretty much anyone has?
The amount of "hammering" is MUCH stronger on an air hammer vs a electric impact Hammer. Heavy duty professional vs light duty.
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This seems like an okay deal. Personally, I would rather have an impact screwdriver: https://www.harborfreight.com/imp...37530.html

Take your hammer and hit the top of the screwdriver. As it sinks from the blow, it turns the screw. The device listed here is manual. As in, you get the air hammer going, then turn the handle. Might work, maybe not. Seems gimmicky.
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