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Milwaukee 2767-20 M18 Fuel High Torque 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench with Friction Ring $203.99 at Industrial Tools via Amazon

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Bid drawback here is that Amazon is NOT an authorized dealer which means that warranty might not be honored, so in case this tool will get regular use consider that factor.
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You buy this make sure you have a high amp battery in good condition or it's output is severely limited.
I just bought it and with a standard 3.0 battery pack it is no stronger than the m12 fuel which is rated at 250lb/ft max.
It wouldn't break loose a 14mm harmonic balancer bolt torqued to 130ftlb.
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Not sold by Amazon.. but allegedly milwaukee will honor 5 year warranty from date of manufacture printed on the tool regardless.
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You buy this make sure you have a high amp battery in good condition or it's output is severely limited.
I just bought it and with a standard 3.0 battery pack it is no stronger than the m12 fuel which is rated at 250lb/ft max.
It wouldn't break loose a 14mm harmonic balancer bolt torqued to 130ftlb.
i think you got a bad gun (or you are thinking of a different model #)....you dont need the high amp battery for this gun. ive dropped subframes, zapped rusted axle nuts etc with this gun its pretty powerful. Harmonic Balancers are tough for electric guns due to the play in them... if you dont jam them up.

that being said this gun is overkill for most people its pretty big and heavy so unless you are doing heavy duty work or zapping off lug nuts pretty often your better off with a reg version m12/m18 or the mid torque version of the m18 1/2".
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i think you got a bad gun (or you are thinking of a different model #)....you dont need the high amp battery for this gun. ive dropped subframes, zapped rusted axle nuts etc with this gun its pretty powerful. Harmonic Balancers are tough for electric guns due to the play in them... if you dont jam them up.

that being said this gun is overkill for most people its pretty big and heavy so unless you are doing heavy duty work or zapping off lug nuts pretty often your better off with a reg version m12/m18 or the mid torque version of the m18 1/2".
Exactly. This gun will cost you more in the long run if not careful. If the nut doesn't give, it's breaking something connected to it
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Quick search on Google shows 249 without battery. Remember this is tool only deal.
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Quick search on Google shows 249 without battery. Remember this is tool only deal.
I'll spend $250 with a warranty and no tax over $203 without a warranty and with tax
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Quote from OrangeFlower6896 :
i think you got a bad gun (or you are thinking of a different model #)....you dont need the high amp battery for this gun. ive dropped subframes, zapped rusted axle nuts etc with this gun its pretty powerful. Harmonic Balancers are tough for electric guns due to the play in them... if you dont jam them up.

that being said this gun is overkill for most people its pretty big and heavy so unless you are doing heavy duty work or zapping off lug nuts pretty often your better off with a reg version m12/m18 or the mid torque version of the m18 1/2".
I agree with this. The 2767 is very powerful even with a small battery. I've had this impact for a couple of years now and it is the strongest 1/2 impact around. I know the Ridgid is rated at 100ft lbs higher for loosening torque, but I just can't believe it is stronger than this.
Gonna have to buy one and find out. 😁
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Exactly. This gun will cost you more in the long run if not careful. If the nut doesn't give, it's breaking something connected to it
So true, when taking off a really seized lug nut one time, it twisted the post clean in half instead of taking the nut off! Luckily that's an easy fix, but there are a lot of locations where that might not be the case.
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Never used this one. I have a ryobi 1/2 and so far im amazed at the power. I took off 1 1/4tractor lugs that were rusted in for years like nothing.

These cordless impacts today are the shadetree's dream tool.
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I changed the transmission in my truck with this thing. Not a single bolt it couldn't break.

I own the 8Ah battery if that helps.
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Quote from rktdoc :
You buy this make sure you have a high amp battery in good condition or it's output is severely limited.
I just bought it and with a standard 3.0 battery pack it is no stronger than the m12 fuel which is rated at 250lb/ft max.
It wouldn't break loose a 14mm harmonic balancer bolt torqued to 130ftlb.
Check the torque test channel, they showed that battery size has basically no effect for impact wrenches.
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I agree with this. The 2767 is very powerful even with a small battery. I've had this impact for a couple of years now and it is the strongest 1/2 impact around. I know the Ridgid is rated at 100ft lbs higher for loosening torque, but I just can't believe it is stronger than this.
Gonna have to buy one and find out. 😁
If a high-torque M18 wrench "won't do it", you should probably be looking into 3/4" class impacts vs a 5-10٪ better 1/2" tool, regardless of manufacturerWink
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Is this a good deal, or is this pretty much the normal sale price?
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