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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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Can you prorate return the battery on this one?
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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.
I'd have to agree that was probably a one time deal. I ended up with 4 free tools and also about a $40 profit after selling both of the 3 tool brushless kits for more than I paid for them.
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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.
I have a 4ah HP battery on my Ryobi 1/2 impact and it has not let me down yet. I just changed the whole suspension on my 2018 Mustang GT to the FRPP Track Suspension pack and new control arms, and it handled every lug nut, bolt and nut. Specs for my lug nuts are 149fp. The sway bar bolts were the toughest for the tool, but it succeeded. I was impressed with this mid-range impact. Is it in a league with air tools, no. The specs are there for a reason. 300 fpt did the job I needed it to do. I am very happy with my Ryobi tools. Dewalt and others make similar mid-range 1/2 with 330 fpt, but there also a Dewalt impact that is 1200fpt.
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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
This isn't what you need. This is an Impact wrench, pretty much exclusively used for bolts, so it's largely used for automotive work.

What you need is a drill and maybe an impact driver. If you're just looking for something basic and no-frills, I often point people to this one:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659483

Decent and no frills drill, plus an impact driver, and two batteries. The only thing you might have trouble with from your list is drilling into concrete. Depending on how hard the concrete is, you might be able to use the impact driver with a masonry bit with a 1/4" end, but, in general, if you're drilling into concrete you want a hammer drill.
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I bought this and it came with a impact driver and a separate stand alone battery with no means to charge it. My previous tools came with a NiCAD battery with charger. The cheapest charger is $30 and 70+ for a battery and premium charger. So add that to the total cost for using this unless you have a ONE+ Lithium Charger from previous tools.
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I bought this and it came with a impact driver and a separate stand alone battery with no means to charge it. My previous tools came with a NiCAD battery with charger, but will not charge newer batteries made with Lithium, The cheapest charger is $30 and 70+ for a battery and premium charger. So add that to the total cost for using this unless you have a ONE+ Lithium Charger from previous tools.
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Can I use this for mechanical work I just need one for my oil changes
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I mean if I want to loosen up a rusted quarter inch bolt. Is this gonna be more powerful than my impact driver is what I'm getting at?

Brushed impact driver is like 130 ft lbs. Brushless closer to 160 ft lbs. Of course they put them in in/lbs in the product description for marketing purposes.
But what's the advantage of this over a brushless or brushed impact driver?
I have the 1/2 inch impact wrench but it's bulky. I'm trying to justify buying this but if it does the same thing as my driver why buy it?
I'm not trying to be crass. Just looking for more knowledge from other owners.
Thank in advance
I bought this and returned it. Couldn't get any lugs off that i torqued over 70ft/lbs. Waste of money for cars.
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I bought this and returned it. Couldn't get any lugs off that i torqued over 70ft/lbs. Waste of money for cars.
This is a 3/8" Impact. It's not meant for lugs - buy the 1/2" Impact for that. The 3/8 is suited for smaller hardware. My Ryobi 1/2" is able to loosen heavily over torqued lugs. I just used it to tighten concrete wedge anchors for the foundation of the shed I just built. It's a very powerful gun. The 3/8 would be more suited to removing and installing hardware that a 1/2 is too powerful for and would snap heads off of - starter bolts, engine hardware, seat bolts etc.
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This is a 3/8" Impact. It's not meant for lugs - buy the 1/2" Impact for that. The 3/8 is suited for smaller hardware. My Ryobi 1/2" is able to loosen heavily over torqued lugs. I just used it to tighten concrete wedge anchors for the foundation of the shed I just built. It's a very powerful gun. The 3/8 would be more suited to removing and installing hardware that a 1/2 is too powerful for and would snap heads off of - starter bolts, engine hardware, seat bolts etc.
Exactly. It blows my mind that many seem oblivious to the fact that there are other fasteners on a car beside the lug nuts.
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Bought this and it couldn't get off a nut that was tightened to about 110lb. Returned it and bought the 1/2" 300lb Ryobi impact wrench which got it off first try with ease
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