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Milwaukee M12 2554-20 M12 FUEL 12V 3/8-Inch Stubby Impact Wrench - Bare Tool - $116.35

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Been waiting on a deal for this. It looks like the 1/2" is the same price for those that have 1/2" sockets.

Milwaukee M12 2555-20 M12 FUEL 12V 1/2-Inch Stubby Impact Wrench [ebay.com]
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Been waiting on a deal for this. It looks like the 1/2" is the same price for those that have 1/2' sockets.

Milwaukee M12 2555-20 M12 FUEL 12V 1/2-Inch Stubby Impact Wrench [ebay.com]
Out of stock
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Quote from helyes :
Been waiting on a deal for this. It looks like the 1/2" is the same price for those that have 1/2' sockets.

Milwaukee M12 2555-20 M12 FUEL 12V 1/2-Inch Stubby Impact Wrench [ebay.com]
Checked and it's out of stock. This is cheaper than the deal that was posted a week or two ago.
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Quote from helyes :
Been waiting on a deal for this. It looks like the 1/2" is the same price for those that have 1/2' sockets.

Milwaukee M12 2555-20 M12 FUEL 12V 1/2-Inch Stubby Impact Wrench [ebay.com]
Out of stock already lol
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Sold out. Had it ready to buy and looked at some other models for about 2 mins. Came back and was gone.
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Damn! I wanted that 1/2!
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I have the 3/8"...wish I got the 1/2" instead
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When your order is done processing, we'll email info to you.
You should get it by Wed, 4 Aug..
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Awesome deal, snagged the 3/8".

I personally like the idea of a 3/8" stubby impact over the 1/2". If I need to use the stubby, it probably means I'm in a tight spot where the 3/8" is better suited.

AFAIK the torque ratings between the two are exactly the same, so if you have 3/8" impact sockets already, I say this is a better way to go and leave the 1/2" to a mid or high torque impact wrench.
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Got it coach
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Sold out. Had it ready to buy and looked at some other models for about 2 mins. Came back and was gone.
Damn it. Oh well now I can pretend to wait for the 1100 ft lbs ryobi in October
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Awesome deal, snagged the 3/8".

I personally like the idea of a 3/8" stubby impact over the 1/2". If I need to use the stubby, it probably means I'm in a tight spot where the 3/8" is better suited.

AFAIK the torque ratings between the two are exactly the same, so if you have 3/8" impact sockets already, I say this is a better way to go and leave the 1/2" to a mid or high torque impact wrench.
The ideal setup is stubby 3/8, mid 1/2, high 3/4 imo.
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Quote from varzaman :
Awesome deal, snagged the 3/8".

I personally like the idea of a 3/8" stubby impact over the 1/2". If I need to use the stubby, it probably means I'm in a tight spot where the 3/8" is better suited.

AFAIK the torque ratings between the two are exactly the same, so if you have 3/8" impact sockets already, I say this is a better way to go and leave the 1/2" to a mid or high torque impact wrench.
I agree except I would probably wanna use this on the go rather than my full size M18 impact since this is lighter and smaller.
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Missed it! Thanks though
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