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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Combo Kit with 3-Speed 1/2 in. Impact Wrench and 3/8 in. 3-Speed Impact Wrench (Tools Only), $109, free shipping, Home Depot

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Combo Kit with 3-Speed 1/2 in. Impact Wrench and 3/8 in. 3-Speed Impact Wrench (Tools Only) for $109. Shipping is free.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../310710531

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  • (1) P261 1/2 in. 18-Volt ONE+ Impact Wrench
  • (1) P263 3/8 in. 18-Volt ONE+ Impact Wrench
  • operator's manuals
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Really holding out for a deal on the HP versions
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Having both the 3/8 and 1/2 is a waste. Just go with the 1/2 and be done.
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Having both the 3/8 and 1/2 is a waste. Just go with the 1/2 and be done.
I agree, I mainly got mine for taking wheels off the vehicles. 3/8 can't do the job the 1/2 can. My 1/2 recently just lost the 3 speed though, so it's become kinda useless. I'm about to try Ryobi's warranty process.
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Quote from bradis2cool4u :
I agree, I mainly got mine for taking wheels off the vehicles. 3/8 can't do the job the 1/2 can. My 1/2 recently just lost the 3 speed though, so it's become kinda useless. I'm about to try Ryobi's warranty process.
If you wouldn't mind posting a follow up I would appreciate it. I have yet to need Ryobi's warranty replacements but would like to know how they treat you
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If you wouldn't mind posting a follow up I would appreciate it. I have yet to need Ryobi's warranty replacements but would like to know how they treat you
I'll try to remember. I know customer service wasn't super helpful. I have to take it to a Ryobi Service Center.
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anyway to get just the 1/2 inch one?
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Quote from bradis2cool4u :
I'll try to remember. I know customer service wasn't super helpful. I have to take it to a Ryobi Service Center.
I've done it a couple times. Just take the tool and receipt to home depot. They might send you to the tool rental place to verify its vroken, but they'll just exchange it for a new one if they have it.
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Quote from 623baller :
anyway to get just the 1/2 inch one?
The kit with 4 ah battery and charger is $99. https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../313581565
They rarely have deals on the 1/2" Bare tool only. If they do it's used/refurbed for $68 ish from DTO. Or you can try fleabay
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If you wouldn't mind posting a follow up I would appreciate it. I have yet to need Ryobi's warranty replacements but would like to know how they treat you
I have; they're fine. If it is w/in the THD return window, just take it back there (old version of the 12" surface washer for electric pressure washer). If not, they sent me a no-questions replacement [of the newer version] of the air compressor/inflator. I still have the old one.

Something broke on my original drill (chuck broke?) but it was outside of the warranty period so they gave me a part number that was 4/5ths the price of a new drill.
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Having both the 3/8 and 1/2 is a waste. Just go with the 1/2 and be done.
Not at all. I am a mechanic and most of the time you don't need that big heavy 1/2 impact wrench. The 3/8 is I would say 30% smaller and lighter. When you use them all day, it makes a big difference.
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Not at all. I am a mechanic and most of the time you don't need that big heavy 1/2 impact wrench. The 3/8 is I would say 30% smaller and lighter. When you use them all day, it makes a big difference.
There isn't a mechanic worth their salt that uses a ryobi 3/8 impact.

If you run both 3/8 and 1/2, you need redundant sockets, or an adapter that will: 1. Increase the functional length of the tool, which won't let you in to tight spots, and 2. Sap energy from the tool making it less effective.

So as I said, just get the half and be done with it.
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There isn't a mechanic worth their salt that uses a ryobi 3/8 impact.

If you run both 3/8 and 1/2, you need redundant sockets, or an adapter that will: 1. Increase the functional length of the tool, which won't let you in to tight spots, and 2. Sap energy from the tool making it less effective.

So as I said, just get the half and be done with it.
Way to shit on everyone who uses Ryobi like a complete asshole. Mechanics don't worship their tools they just do the damn job and move on.

I am pretty sure this is the poster who is pissed this comes up every other week and just shits on the deal because they can't find a use for the 3/8. If YOU only take tires on and off that's your deal. For everyone else who would turn bolts elsewhere on their car, install mounts, or any freaking thing else that requires smaller sockets, they will use the 3/8th. FFS the most used electric ratchet is a 3/8th but nooooo just the big bertha 1/2 on every damn thing because 3/8th is for suckers huh?

Just go away since you ahve no 3/8 sockets and can't fathom a use for a 3/8th wrench appearently. For all of us with 3/8th sockets, we will use the impact to just plain make life easier. Before you go on about swapping sockets or having duplicates, No one working on vehicles even lightly does not already have duplicates AND SWITCHING SOCKETS IS NORMAL WHEN WOKRING ON ANYTHING WITH MULTIPLE BOLTS!!!!
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Quote from conan1201 :
If you wouldn't mind posting a follow up I would appreciate it. I have yet to need Ryobi's warranty replacements but would like to know how they treat you
So I got my impact wrench back.

I went to the closest service center (Home Depot). They took a $20 diagnosis fee that is refundable after your device is repaired and deemed under warranty.
I waited about 5 days and received a call that the gear box had been replaced by the tech at HD.
I drove it, picked it up and tested it. Signed off and was refunded my $20.

Overall pretty easy process except for the closest service center is 50 mins from me. Not all HD's are service centers.
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