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the airstrike stuff never goes on sale... boo!
The airstrike stuff is frequently on sale: https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?src=SearchBarV2&q=airstrike&searcharea=deals&searchin=first
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Ryobi deal doesn't seem to be as good as before. I got P238 (https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...B1%7D%3Anf) + 2 3Ah battery package for $79 a week ago.. this time the combo is P237 plus the same battery pack for $99. https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...50Tywwx0s0

Actually the deal doesn't even make sense. They still have the promo going on for free battery pack with tool.. so if you order P238 Tool only, you'll end up with a better package for the same price of $99.
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​Yeah, it was the adapter robbing your torque. I've taken probably a hundred calipers off and never needed anything more than a socket and typical breaker bar.


That doesn't sound right at all. Maybe for an impact driver, but an impact wrench designed for woodworking? I think someone got the two tools mixed up.

But yes on the batteries. Higher power draw tools can be handicapped by small batteries which can't produce enough amperage.
Multiple agents have confirmed that the WRENCH has a lower reverse torque because it wasn't designed for automotive use. Even the few in-use product images they have with this thing show it being used on anchor bolts for framing.
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I'm not indicating that these are bad deals, but more of a PSA

Be aware, for the ridgid deals that include circular saw, it is the brushless gen5x model, not octane.
I HATE how Ridgid bundles up Octane and non Octane tools! I was about to pull the trigger in the circ./recirc. saw combo when I saw the circ. was non Octane.
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Link to the LED Light

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../205907832

Pretty good deal for the light, I'm going to bite on that. I have a lot of the tools and tons of batteries, will be nice having an extra rechargeable light
The torch light, which looks the same is actually much better,
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Link to the LED Light

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../205907832

Pretty good deal for the light, I'm going to bite on that. I have a lot of the tools and tons of batteries, will be nice having an extra rechargeable light
I mentioned this to someone else. the torch light, which looks identical is actually much better. I have both.
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That will never stop being scummy to me.
Corp America has no morals, why should we?
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I HATE how Ridgid bundles up Octane and non Octane tools! I was about to pull the trigger in the circ./recirc. saw combo when I saw the circ. was non Octane.
easy way to get rid of old stock
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What? That's 100% operator error. I've been on Ryobi since one+ started and haven't had a single lithium battery go bad since they switched from the crappy Ni-CD. I've got close to 20 batteries in all sizes and they sit in the garage in all weather. Not a single problem.
I have 20 or so 18V Ryobi One+ tools and 15 various batteries from the 1.3, 3.0, and 4.0 ranges. I also have a few 40V tools and batteries. In the 4 years or so that I've had them, I have had an 18V 1.3, an 18V 4.0, and one 40V go bad. I have far too many 18V batteries to care but Ryobi did replace the 40V under warranty.

So batteries do go bad and I'm not sure how it can possibly be user error. It's not like I dropped them off the roof.
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Thanks for the post, needed the miter saw stand!
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Corp America has no morals, why should we?
Gee i dont know, so you dont become the very thing you hate.
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Thanks. If you buy a tool off eBay can you warranty it? I have Ryobi now and I'm on my 6 battery so I'm done with them
Don't think so. But I've bought a couple of loose tools off ebay with zero issue. Just buy from someone with a great rep. Or you could always buy a tool combo with what you need and flip the battery as well and just keep the tool and register it.

I'd be more concerned about batteries going bad, than tools. Though I have about 6 Ridgid batteries with a couple pushing 8+ years and never an issue.

I guess it's all YMMV though.
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How do you calculate the prorated return on the batteries to keep the tool? Interested in the 20w worklight. Already have 9 batteries. Thanks in advance.

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Multiple agents have confirmed that the WRENCH has a lower reverse torque because it wasn't designed for automotive use. Even the few in-use product images they have with this thing show it being used on anchor bolts for framing.
I wouldn't exactly call installing Red Heads in a slab "woodworking" as was your previous claim for what this impact wrench was designed for.

Those agents, whoever they are, that say this Ryobi Impact Wrench isn't for automotive use need to talk to the agents on the Ryobi Tools Team who respond in the Q&A section [homedepot.com] talking about automotive use.
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That will never stop being scummy to me.
No one is losing anything. They won't give you full price back on a power tool and let you keep a battery for free. You get to either keep a battery or a tool at a lower price. Right now I have more tools than batteries so I might keep the next tool and battery combo I need. Don't need another charger though.
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