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HD has a few special buys on the red stuff today.

A couple of them seem pretty good, ones that stood out to me initially:

M12 Fuel Hex impact & Hackzall combo for $189 [homedepot.com]
M12 Fuel hex impact, hammer drill, 3/8 ratchet, inflator combo for $299 [homedepot.com]

Other stuff is on sale also

https://www.homedepot.com/Special...uyOfTheDay
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Thanks! Ordered the 1/4 m12 impact with hammer drill, two batteries (one being a 4.0) and a 3/8" ratchet for 220. Should be here today. My gen 1 impact is becoming unreliable unfortunately.
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how this kit compare with following kit?
$10 more, fuel version of hackzall, (2553-20): Brushless Motor delivers 1,300 in. lbs and 0-3,300 RPM impact driver and a bigger battery?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../311916280
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how this kit compare with following kit?
$10 more, fuel version of hackzall, (2553-20): Brushless Motor delivers 1,300 in. lbs and 0-3,300 RPM impact driver and a bigger battery?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../311916280 [homedepot.com]
Nice find! If you need both, then it's a good deal for fuel components.

I use the following things very often for DIY home junk and racing:
M12 inflator (6AH battery is a must have, it butchers the small 1.5AH batteries)
M12 Fuel hex impact
M12 3/8 ratchet - surprisingly useful for tight spaces
M18 1/2 Impact
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how this kit compare with following kit?
$10 more, fuel version of hackzall, (2553-20): Brushless Motor delivers 1,300 in. lbs and 0-3,300 RPM impact driver and a bigger battery?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../311916280
That's the one I was referring to in my comment but I opted for the 3/8 ratchet as I already have a hackzall.
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Take note:
The M12 ratchet they are putting in a bunch of the packages is not an M12 Fuel when the other tool in the package is an M12 Fuel.
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While in most cases Fuel tools are much better, the non-fuel ratchet has a much smaller head and is easier to use in places with tight access. Minor difference in max torque is not important.
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The M12 Installation Tool has been a godsend for renovating my new place
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Looking for some m18 8.0 or 12.0 batteries, quick charger, and miter saw. Any way to get a good deal on batteries? i noticed how people returned batteries for a better deal, would the inverse be possible?
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Quote from wangwjun
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how this kit compare with following kit?
$10 more, fuel version of hackzall, (2553-20): Brushless Motor delivers 1,300 in. lbs and 0-3,300 RPM impact driver and a bigger battery?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../311916280
Better deal imo - but you don't get the surge fuel impact
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Better deal imo - but you don't get the surge fuel impact
I'm torn between the two-- I have a full size sawzall already, and I use an impact almost every day, so I think I'd rather the impact be the better tool and use the non fuel sawzall for more light duty branch cutting
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The M12 Installation Tool has been a godsend for renovating my new place
I don't see it on sale though.
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The M12 Fuel Kit (2593-22) with the fuel brushless 1/4 hex impact, fuel brushless hackzall, charger, 2.0 battery and 4.0xc battery was at clearance for $159.99 at my local HD (upstate, NY)
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FYI if you plan on using it a lot I'd think hard about getting the Fuel Surge Impact, it is outstanding and a lot quieter.
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Thanks! Ordered the 1/4 m12 impact with hammer drill, two batteries (one being a 4.0) and a 3/8" ratchet for 220. Should be here today. My gen 1 impact is becoming unreliable unfortunately.
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While in most cases Fuel tools are much better, the non-fuel ratchet has a much smaller head and is easier to use in places with tight access. Minor difference in max torque is not important.
Agreed, I opted for the non fuel 3/8 myself as well because the Fuel is a big ole fatty mc fat fat

On those, you are the breaking torque power anyways
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