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Milwaukee 12V Brushless 3/8" Ratchet + Cordless 3/8" Impact Wrench (Tool-Only) EXPIRED

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Northern Tool & Equipment has Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12V Brushless Cordless Stubby 3/8" Impact Wrench + 3/8" Ratchet Bundle (Tools Only) on sale for $259. Shipping is free. Thanks bd3471

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  • Milwaukee M12 FUEL 12V Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless
    • Model # 2554-20 Stubby 3/8" Impact Wrench (Tool Only)
    • Model #2557-20 3/8" Ratchet (Tool Only)
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This bundle includes tools only and battery/charger is sold separately

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If you are looking for both, tool-only, this is close to the going rate for "open box/like new" on eBay/FB Marketplace/OfferUp/Craigslist. The added benefit being you are buying from an authorized dealer and shouldn't have any issues with warranty

I have the 1/2" Stubby Impact and it is a BEAST with a 6AH battery.
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Properly torqued ones? Yes. If you get a car back from a moronic tire tech with a 1200ftlb air gun there's no telling. I've broken breaker bars trying to get lug nuts off of some cars.

This has removed most of the lug nuts I've tried with it. I've had it for over a year now and use it to work on my cars and friends' cars.
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Thanks for the advise, but if you don't try how would you ever learn. I've been watching my uncle work on my car my adult life and YouTube is a great tool. So instead of trying to stop people from being independent and a jerk. Answer the questions people ask to be helpful and not a dick

Also here is some helpful advise to you. It's you're not your. "Since you're even asking this question and the way you're even asking it"
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ok guys. here is my breakdown , if you can use the code go for it, I tried it again to add to my cart and it did indeed work a second time. dont forget also 2% cash back on one of the cash back sites.

Product Total$348.00
Product Discount-$89.00
Keycode Discount-$50.00
Shipping$0.00
Tax$17.24
Order Total$226.24
Credit Card Payment-$226.24
Keycode: 268474
This keycode entitles you to $50 off your purchase over $250. *Not valid with other offers. Excludes gift cards, Advantage memberships, prior purchases, shipping and tax. Offer expires 3/24/20.
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Question answered. Thanks!
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Is 250 enough to remove lug nuts?
Most lug nuts are torqued well under 200ft lbs
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How sweet would it be to combine this with their upcoming 15% off anything that fits in the bucket sale? Any promo codes out there?
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Is 250 enough to remove lug nuts?
Properly torqued ones? Yes. If you get a car back from a moronic tire tech with a 1200ftlb air gun there's no telling. I've broken breaker bars trying to get lug nuts off of some cars.

This has removed most of the lug nuts I've tried with it. I've had it for over a year now and use it to work on my cars and friends' cars.
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Is 250 enough to remove lug nuts?
It removes the lug nuts fine on my vehicles that are about 90lbs fine. It does not remove the lug nuts on my rzr which is 120. The only other thing I had issues with were axle nuts, and some rusted bolts on my brothers car. Other than that this is perfect for everything else for it's small size.

On the rzr, I do have to use a key also which makes the impact lose some torque. I also only have 2.0 and 3.0 batteries.
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My 3/8 stubby takes lugs off a Subaru Legacy, Honda Civic and a CR-V. No issues. It's been great so far. I have the XC 4.0 M12 battery on mine.
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I have the big brother 1/2" impact gun I use for lug nuts and what not and it has been great. I've really wanted this 3/8" fuel driver for a while, but I don't know if I'll get much utility from the stubby 3/8" impact gun.... Do folks use this in palce where the bigger version may be hardr to fit in?
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I have had the 3/8 stubby for a while now, been extremely happy with it. No issues removing log nuts torqued to 140 on my truck, head bolts torqued to 110 on the car, and all the other random stuff.
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I have the big brother 1/2" impact gun I use for lug nuts and what not and it has been great. I've really wanted this 3/8" fuel driver for a while, but I don't know if I'll get much utility from the stubby 3/8" impact gun.... Do folks use this in palce where the bigger version may be hardr to fit in?
I have the massive 1/2" Fuel high torque impact. I also have the original Fuel 3/8" (standard size) impact wrench.

I think this 3/8" stubby will fall in between those, power-wise. The smaller size will always make it more useful just because the other 2 are so big.

I think the best Milwaukee Fuel impact wrench "set" you could make would be:

1/2" High torque
1/2" mid-torque
3/8" stubby
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I have the big brother 1/2" impact gun I use for lug nuts and what not and it has been great. I've really wanted this 3/8" fuel driver for a while, but I don't know if I'll get much utility from the stubby 3/8" impact gun.... Do folks use this in palce where the bigger version may be hardr to fit in?
Yes, perfect for working on brake calipers and whatnot.
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Is 250 enough to remove lug nuts?
Way more than enough. It effortlessly removes lugs on my steel truck wheels torqued to 150+ lb ft
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Is 250 enough to remove lug nuts?
This is to be taken with a grain of salt. I have the 3/8 m18 fuel, the new 3/8fuel mid torque, and the regular m12/M18 impacts.
Not a whole lot of difference between them if either of them have a battery that isn't 100% or there is rusty threads to deal with. This little gun will struggle with lug nuts and other fasteners over 7/16" diameter if not crisp and clean or break away torque is much over 90 lb/ft.
Sorry disappoint but this is honest truth I use these impacts day in and day out at my job. They do not compare to air impacts on torque.
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Thanks everyone. To bad this doesn't come with a battery. I don't already have Milwaukee tools. This is a steal
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