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Milwaukee M12 3/8 inch Stubby Impact 2554-20 $136.13 plus free shipping @ Ohio Power Tool

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Nice, The extra 10% makes it cheaper than the recent MaxTool deal.
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Great checkout experience. Discounts automatically applied, accepts PayPal, shipping time map.
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I wanted this forever but now that the right angle impact is coming out I'm not sure why I would get this over that
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I wanted this forever but now that the right angle impact is coming out I'm not sure why I would get this over that
I plan on getting one of those too. You can actually pre-order it with this deal and get $25 off.
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The 1/2" versions are the same price.

Since most of my impact sockets are 1/2" I am thinking of going with one of them, is there a reason I am not seeing as to why the 3/8 version seems to be more popular?
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The 1/2" versions are the same price.

Since most of my impact sockets are 1/2" I am thinking of going with one of them, is there a reason I am not seeing as to why the 3/8 version seems to be more popular?
I think most people generally use 3/8 more and therefore have more 3/8 sockets. Also, the 3/8 stubby has the same torque specs as the 1/2. That said, I'd go with whatever you have the most sockets for.
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I plan on getting one of those too. You can actually pre-order it with this deal and get $25 off.
Oh dam I may do that then. I just think I would get way more use out of that. Could then sell my 3/8n standard ratchet prob. With almost that same torque specs and smaller profile seems like a no brainer for another 40ish bucks
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It keeps adding a shipping charge to my order at the end even though it says it should have free shipping applied. Anyone else having this issue?
No issues shipping to TN as of about an hour ago
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The 1/2" versions are the same price.

Since most of my impact sockets are 1/2" I am thinking of going with one of them, is there a reason I am not seeing as to why the 3/8 version seems to be more popular?
As others have menty the 3/8" and 1/2" produce the same torque. Keep in mind that it has three power/speed settings. I use my 3/8" with my Allen and torx bits and on much smaller fasteners like 6mm bolts(thread size, not head size) on the lower settings. It can just about replace a 1/4" hex impact with the right selection of sockets. I felt like those lower settings would have been wasted due to my lack of 1/2" sockets had I got that model. It all depends on what you're working on and what you've got in the tool box.
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Nice deal, is this the latest/current model?
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Any battery/charger deals going on? I've been waiting to make the switch to Milwaukee.
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Tax will be applied at check out, still good deal.
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Any trade offs with getting a stubby version?
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What is more useful -- friction ring or pin detent? Looking to get my 1st impact wrench. Thanks.
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