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Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring

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ToolUp has Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2" High Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring (2767-20) on sale for $199 -> Now $208. Shipping is free.

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  • POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers up to 1000ft-lbs of fastening torque and 1400ft-lbs of nut-busting torque
  • Features a friction ring design to ensure quick and easy socket changes
  • Premium rubber overmold withstands corrosive materials and provides increased comfort when in use
  • LED light to illuminate the work area

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  • Includes 5-Year Warranty.
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https://www.toolup.com/Milwaukee-...ion-Ring_3 Now $208.00
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It's great when people who don't know what they're talking about chime in.
Or, get a weighted socket [amazon.com] and use a regular impact wrench on that pesky crank bolt.

Real Tool Review video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_FEKDTcYgU (the action starts at 2:30)
The high torque is great but some people need to understand its HIGH torque. It'll sheer bolts clean off and keep on trucking. If you are working with heavy equipment then the high torque is a no brainer. Automotive? I think you'd be better off with the mid torque. I've put down lug nuts so tight you can't even break them lose without a cheater bar. The thing is insanely powerful.

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Very close to the Buy More Save More price of $209 from Home Depot.

Can also hack the 2767-22 kit with two 5.0 batteries to $337.
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I'm getting a new job and have to take my tools. Debating whether to just get the mid torque or getting both. Don't have anything in the M18 line, only M12 stubby. Any suggestions. Will be working on golf carts all the way to trains. I already have 1/2 air impact. If you guys also have any hacks from HD I would appreciate it.
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I'm getting a new job and have to take my tools. Debating whether to just get the mid torque or getting both. Don't have anything in the M18 line, only M12 stubby. Any suggestions. Will be working on golf carts all the way to trains. I already have 1/2 air impact. If you guys also have any hacks from HD I would appreciate it.
golf cart to trains???

looks like you need all their torque wrenches.
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Thanks. I have had good results with Toolup, better than random eBay resellers. I just bought one. Was looking for a slicker deal, but this is pretty much as good as it gets until there's a new gen.

I need this to handle the Honda 3.5 crank pulley I need to remove to do water pump and timing belt.
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I'm getting a new job and have to take my tools. Debating whether to just get the mid torque or getting both. Don't have anything in the M18 line, only M12 stubby. Any suggestions. Will be working on golf carts all the way to trains. I already have 1/2 air impact. If you guys also have any hacks from HD I would appreciate it.
High torque + mid torque combos. Both the 1/2in and 3/8in mid torque options hackable to $498 using battery or hammer as free tool.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972381

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972465
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High torque + mid torque combos. Both the 1/2in and 3/8in mid torque options hackable to $498 using battery or hammer as free tool.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972381

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972465
The only downside is the 3/8 mid torque 🙁
Edit: I saw already there is a 1/2 model 😅 thanks!!
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Thanks. I have had good results with Toolup, better than random eBay resellers. I just bought one. Was looking for a slicker deal, but this is pretty much as good as it gets until there's a new gen.

I need this to handle the Honda 3.5 crank pulley I need to remove to do water pump and timing belt.
Or, get a weighted socket [amazon.com] and use a regular impact wrench on that pesky crank bolt.

Real Tool Review video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_FEKDTcYgU (the action starts at 2:30)
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Thanks! Been waiting for this to go on sale. Already have m18 batteries so this is perfect.
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I'm getting a new job and have to take my tools. Debating whether to just get the mid torque or getting both. Don't have anything in the M18 line, only M12 stubby. Any suggestions. Will be working on golf carts all the way to trains. I already have 1/2 air impact. If you guys also have any hacks from HD I would appreciate it.
Get the high torque, first. Better to have a bigger tool than one that's too small (twss)
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Quote from Andytime :
High torque + mid torque combos. Both the 1/2in and 3/8in mid torque options hackable to $498 using battery or hammer as free tool.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972381

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314972465
Will you tell me how to hack for $498?
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The high torque is great but some people need to understand its HIGH torque. It'll sheer bolts clean off and keep on trucking. If you are working with heavy equipment then the high torque is a no brainer. Automotive? I think you'd be better off with the mid torque. I've put down lug nuts so tight you can't even break them lose without a cheater bar. The thing is insanely powerful.
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