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Milwaukee M12 Fuel 1/4" Stubby Impact Wrench $104

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CPO and Tylertools have this 1/4 inch stubby for $115 with 10% off select bare tools making it $103.49. If you get another eligible m12 tool, you'll get 20% off, making this $92. I don't know how to check pricing history but I doubt it's ever been this low.

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I have the 3/8in and it's awesome. This looks to be a sweet deal. Nice find OP!
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I have the 3/8in and it's awesome. This looks to be a sweet deal. Nice find OP!
The 1/4" drive is not the same as the 3/8 and 1/2 drive so its tough to compare to that. Its only rated for 100ft lbs even tho that is more then enough for 1/4 drive. My point is not the same gun so an adapter still wouldnt get you even close to same power as the 3/8 or 1/2 drive.
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The 1/4" drive is not the same as the 3/8 and 1/2 drive so its tough to compare to that. Its only rated for 100ft lbs even tho that is more then enough for 1/4 drive. My point is not the same gun so an adapter still wouldnt get you even close to same power as the 3/8 or 1/2 drive.
Yeah, it's essentially just the 2553 with the collet removed and replaced with an anvil. I think the impact driver is better for most people as it's more versatile but this is useful for people who do a lot of socket work in tighter quarters since it reduces the length of the tool.
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I have the 3/8" anvil and was going to pick up another until I realized it was a 1/4" anvil. I am sure there is a small market for this but personally I wouldn't use less than a 3/8" for my automotive work while using an impact.
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I see no use for this. I have the 3/8" and 1/2" and have all 3 sizes of ratchets. Good price, pointless tool IMHO.
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I agree with others that you would be better served with the 3/8 impact wrench and a 1/4 adapter and just set the power to the setting that stops upon resistance...or the impact driver with socket adapter. does anyone even make 1/4 impact sockets?...just searched, apparently they do.🤷🏿 ♂️
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This is actually larger than the 3/8 and 1/2 - great price but no clue why I'd want it. Pass.
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I see no use for this. I have the 3/8" and 1/2" and have all 3 sizes of ratchets. Good price, pointless tool IMHO.
Yeah exactly my thoughts. Who tf needs this LMAO
Waiting for Ridgid to release a stubby 3/8" tho
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This is actually larger than the 3/8 and 1/2 - great price but no clue why I'd want it. Pass.
1/4 is not larger than 3/8 (1.5/4) or 1/2 (2/4). Fractions son
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1/4 is not larger than 3/8 (1.5/4) or 1/2 (2/4). Fractions son
I think csl4424 was talking about the size of the tool body, not the drive.
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I think csl4424 was talking about the size of the tool body, not the drive.
Roger that. Was talking 'Tool body' - on the 1/4 is larger (only 5.1" in length) vs the 3/8 & 1/2 ( only 4.9" in length).
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Oos.
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