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RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless 3/8 in. Impact Wrench & 1.5 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery $79.00 @ Home Depot

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RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless 3/8 in. 3-Speed Impact Wrench with 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery $79.00 $69.00 $148.97 @ Home Depot (Free Shipping)
  • Cordless 3/8 in. 3-Speed Impact Wrench Includes: Belt Clip
  • Includes: 18-Volt ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Over 125 ONE+ Tools – All Work With Any RYOBI ONE+ 18V Battery
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I rarely need a real reason to buy another Ryobi but I just can never pull trigger on this one since I don't do any car work and don't otherwise deal with nuts enough (especially now that I'm working away from the office).
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I think the 1/2 version of this is 300/350lbs? It could barely get lug nuts off let one anything when doing a brake/rotor change. I ended up back with the breaker bar instead of the Ryobi impact.
Use it with a 4-amh battery. Mine does (although I only used it one time to remove lug nuts). I prefer breaker bar.

Mine can also remove water heater anode rod. If I would do it with breaker bar, I need a second person to hold down the water tank.

edit: I have the 1/2" impact wrench.
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If you don't have Milwaukee or dewalt spend the extra money and get the rigid that's on sale but it doesn't come with the charger
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What size battery did you use? It breaks bolts fine. Not sure why some folks say it doesn't break lug nuts.
I agree. I have the 1/2 inch impact and it removes the lugnuts on my chevy Tahoe torqued to 140 lb-fts. Ipair it with 4ah batteries.
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i only work on compact cars and suv
is this wrench good enough ?
thanks
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i only work on compact cars and suv
is this wrench good enough ?
thanks
Save your money and wait for the 1/2" version to come on sale for $99 with a 4ah battery.
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Noob advice needed; would this be suitable for handyman work around the house? I need to do things like: drill into stucco to install drain pipe, fix light fixtures to a concrete wall, assemble furniture, drill into wood to install a stair banister
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Any good deals on floor jack and jack stands to rotate tires? Think I need 3 ton for a minivan and small SUV.
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save your money and wait for the 1/2" version to come on sale for $99 with a 4ah battery.
this!
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Last edited by michaeltholbrook August 9, 2020 at 06:34 AM.
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the impact wrench is where ryobi is lagging behind compared to their competitors.

they just simply dont have enough power to compete with the competition. Everything else though ryobi has stuff that is up to par if not exceed other expensive brands.
This is likely done on purpose since TTI,the parent company of Ryobi, also owes Milwaukee and produces Rigid tools under a licensing agreement with Emerson. Increasing the torque or offering a brushless version impact wrench Ryobi tool would likely cannibalize sales of their other brands. As others have mentioned if you are willing to pay a bit more, the Rigid 1/2" has more torque and can be found for about 20-30% more. Then the Milwaukee has several styles with different torque ranges and capabilities for a bit more. From discussions in previous threads users generally said to avoid the 3/8" and go with the 1/2" which can often be found for $99-129 with 4ah battery and charger. If you need higher torque spend a bit more and options open up considerably.
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this!
Or hope that the buy 3 brushless tool kit get 2 free bare tools comes back. I was able to find them a few years back for 129.00 with 2 x 1/2" free impact wrenches. Don't think this will ever happen again though.
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$84.02 after tax for me with free shipping. Since i already have 5x Ryobi batteries ill flip that one for $25 and keep the tool for a net of $60. I have been using a 1/2 socket adapter in my ryobi impact driver p238 and been getting by... but this should be a good step up. Im not working on cars all the time but this is definitely handy for rotating tires or doing a winter tire changeover. Thanks OP!
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$84.02 after tax for me with free shipping. Since i already have 5x Ryobi batteries ill flip that one for $25 and keep the tool for a net of $60. I have been using a 1/2 socket adapter in my ryobi impact driver p238 and been getting by... but this should be a good step up. Im not working on cars all the time but this is definitely handy for rotating tires or doing a winter tire changeover. Thanks OP!
You can find the 1/2" bare tool brand new on ebay for well under 90 bucks (that's where I got mine). Or wait until there's a battery deal at HD. I don't see a benefit in getting the 3/8" if you already have the impact driver. Not enough torque to justify it.

I just picked up an impact driver from craigslist earlier today. The thing is quite powerful for woodworking - it can sink a screw all the way through a 2x4 - overkill for my needs but I got tired of swapping out driver bits and drill bits.
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You can find the 1/2" bare tool brand new on ebay for well under 90 bucks (that's where I got mine). Or wait until there's a battery deal at HD. I don't see a benefit in getting the 3/8" if you already have the impact driver. Not enough torque to justify it.

I just picked up an impact driver from craigslist earlier today. The thing is quite powerful for woodworking - it can sink a screw all the way through a 2x4 - overkill for my needs but I got tired of swapping out driver bits and drill bits.
Great call.. and repped. I thought this was the 1/2" and realized just now its only 3/8". Will be returning!!
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