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Dewalt 3/8" Drive Air Ratchet $36.35 + Free Store Pickup

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2 reviews on AAP are low but if you go to HomeDepot people love the ratchet ...I wonder if the two on AAP are low because they really didnt have the air compressor to power the raqchet...ordered one for store pickup and used a SpeedPerks too ...ship to home for me not available..ty op...good deal on a name brand
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Should put YMMV in the header. Shows 0 in stock in my area and home shipping unavailable.
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2 reviews on AAP are low but if you go to HomeDepot people love the ratchet ...I wonder if the two on AAP are low because they really didnt have the air compressor to power the raqchet...ordered one for store pickup and used a SpeedPerks too ...ship to home for me not available..ty op...good deal on a name brand
What kind of air do you need for this? I just picked up the rigid pancake compressor. Think it's 2.6 scfm. Enough for a tool like this?
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What kind of air do you need for this? I just picked up the rigid pancake compressor. Think it's 2.6 scfm. Enough for a tool like this?
This tool uses 3.6cfm.
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Quote from Imaturity :
What kind of air do you need for this? I just picked up the rigid pancake compressor. Think it's 2.6 scfm. Enough for a tool like this?


That will turn the ratchet but not as its fully rated specs. You need at least a mid-size if not full size compressor.

With battery powered ratchets these don't make sense for most now.
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These contractors get paid per click-thru, they aren't gonna put YMMV in the title.
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That will turn the ratchet but not as its fully rated specs. You need at least a mid-size if not full size compressor.

With battery powered ratchets these don't make sense for most now.
Thanks! I appreciate the info. Didn't see the specs on anywhere myself.
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Thanks! I appreciate the info. Didn't see the specs on anywhere myself.
The info you were given us wrong. It will absolutely drive the rachet at full power, just not for long. The tool is supposed to use 90 psi, your compressor goes to 150. While using the tool the presure will drop, but you will have something like 2 minutes at full blast. To give you a better idea: i have a compressor with the same specs as yours and I am using an impact wrench. I can fully remove 2 or 3 lug bolts before the compressor even kicks in. After all 5 are removed i still have 110 psi in the tank.

So, if you don't mind that your compressor will run a lot and you don't work at an assembly line where you use your tool without taking a break you will be fine.
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Good luck finding any sale item at AA
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Good luck finding any sale item at AA
Found it on sale....
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Good luck finding any sale item at AA
Agreed. Last time they had a sale they cancelled my order. Another time and their website glitched out because it wasn't in stock and would not let me view my cart. However, the funny thing is on both occasions the website stated that it was in stock. Their inventory system is archaic.

I previously worked at Advance in early 2000's and remember when they upgraded to the same system they have now. Nearly 20 years later and it's the same exact parts lookup register system.
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For those wondering, you can get this deal by simply calling your store and having them order it for you. Stock is meaningless, and the same goes for the Impact Wrench deal.

I did this and just got a call from my local AA that it has arrived and is ready for pickup.
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My brother is going to love this deal
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