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M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Stubby 1/2 in. Impact Wrench with M12 2.0Ah Battery - $179 @ Home Depot - Free S&H or PickUp

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M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Stubby 1/2 in. Impact Wrench with M12 2.0Ah Battery @ Home Depot - Shipped or PickUp

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Quote from Spdracr :
Is this the lowest this will ever go?
Probably until there's a product replacing it. The 3/8 I got from Home Depot one day for $159. That's the lowest I've seen and it was, like I said, a 3/8th anvil
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Cannot Hack the 1/2 stubby.
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Quote from aus :
Does the battery size affect the torque output?
Do you need the 4amp batter to get full power? Or does it just last longer at full power?
I mainly want to use it to take off wheel bolts at torqued at 90 ft-lbs a couple times a weekend for track days.
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The 4 amp packs are two sets of 3 batteries in parallel so they will see only half the amp draw of the CP's. So yes there is more performance to be gained with the XC packs. Whether or not the tool takes advantage of that is another matter.
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I ordered this earlier today the stubby rarely goes on sale so I figured a free battery is the best I'll do. I'll use the 2.0 for something else and buy a 4.0 or 6.0 to use with this tool.
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Quote from Christianp212 :
Should be. Just add to cart separately and if the price breaks down you're good or if you buy in store and the price breaks down you should be able to do it right there an then.

Never mind can't do it online. Lol
Thanks. I ordered but showed as one item. We shall see.
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Thanks. I ordered but showed as one item. We shall see.
Can't do it online! You'll have to go in store!
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As much as I like to collect tools and sometimes I never use them. I don't see a use for this, I'd rather see a deal on high output m18 or ridgid octane. I only have a 300ft/lb ryobi that usually works for me, but this M12 is sweet If you have a use for it.
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You will be disappointed with 12v
As per product spec its 250 ft/lb. If you're expecting some 500+ft/lb monster then this is not it. You will need to step up to the bigger and heavier 18v. Where this one shines is the compact size. This one gets into places where the big one wont get into.
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Quote from TimG7367 :
I just grabbed this yesterday and my local store was out of the battery so they discounted $65. Great deal since I have plenty of batteries.
So this is an in store deal as well?
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You tried the M12 1/2 stubby along with a 6.0 Ah battery? Check out this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6bK-RX75Rk
That dude has no clue, sees m12 assumes it's less than m18, LOL. M12 Fuels are awesome little tools.
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You tried the M12 1/2 stubby along with a 6.0 Ah battery? Check out this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6bK-RX75Rk
Love this guy's videos! thanks.
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I'm in the same boat as the person above. I've been trying add to my tools when I se deals however I can't think of a use for this. What I really need is deal on the Milwaukee socket wrench.
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Quote from aus :
Any place to pick up a charger for cheap or larger battery?
Been waiting for this to go on sale.
Thanks OP!
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Chargers are very hard to sell, you can find one dirt cheap. If you think you might get some m18 tools, then just get a combo m12/m18 charger though.
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Quote from vurstflavor :
You will be disappointed with 12v
Ignorant and unhelpful comment. My M12 tools are more powerful than my old 18V tools, despite being smaller.
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Quote from vurstflavor :
You will be disappointed with 12v
I think this is the most unpopular comment I've ever seen on this site. Will keep an eye out for the record over time. You're the champ for the time being.
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