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M18 FUEL Gen-2 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Mid Torque 1/2 in. Impact Wrench w/Friction Ring (Tool-Only) $133.97 w/ Home Depot Hack

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$151.11 (my local zip code, use the zip codes below for the $219 price) after the Hack with the M18 5.0XC battery.

- Special thanks to psihog for sharing the M18 priced at $219 after the hack $133.97 with these zip codes: 43065, 45459, 45449, 45426, 35501, 35064, 35210, 75455, & 75402.
- Thank you highroad52 for sharing zip code 80524 to get it at $219.
- Thank you fiddelm3742 for sharing zip code 50701 to get it at $219.

$277.30 if you need the 3/8 & 1/2 M18 Fuel Mid Torque:
Milwaukee M18 FUEL GEN-2 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Mid Torque Brushless Cordless 3/8 in. and 1/2 in Impact Wrench (2-Tool)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../314971519

M18 FUEL Gen-2 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Mid Torque 1/2 in. Impact Wrench w/Friction Ring (Tool-Only)

The Hack
The hack is simple. You buy a promo deal which you get a free tool or battery. There are different ways to do the hack. Pick up at the store, online, or a combination of both. You keep one of the items and the other item is subtracted automatically (if you did not pick it up) or return the item.

The Hack Example:
The M18 ($219) is the key to the hack. It is a promotional item. You have to select that in your cart. The battery ($139) is a free item. It shows you in the cart with the return value based on the zip code of the Home Depot (zip code example 43065) you select.

$133.97 + $85.03 = $219 plus your state sales tax. If you received it in the mail return the item to Home Depot and they will subtract the one you didn't want. If you didn't pick it up Home Depot will subtract the item after a certain time (they will let you know in the email). That is the Hack. Tool Boss on YouTube Channel can explain it better. I cannot provide the link due to the Slick Deals policy.

M18 18-Volt 5.0 Ah Lithium-Ion XC Extended Capacity Battery Pack
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../205620421

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../313511878
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Slicko_Dealer asked this question on 08-03-2021 at 10:54 AM
08-04-2021 at 02:41 PM
Yes the 5.0 is a good battery.
insanegod.god asked this question on 08-05-2021 at 01:10 PM
08-05-2021 at 01:10 PM
$399 M18 Fuel hammer drill/driver combo kit hack is here.
$295 after the battery hack.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M18-FUEL-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Brushless-Cordless-Hammer-Drill-and-Impact-Driver-Combo-Kit-2-Tool-with-Two-5Ah-Batteries-2997-22/305063033
EfficientMoney505 asked this question on 08-10-2021 at 11:52 PM
08-10-2021 at 11:52 PM
Looks like it's dead for me, can't add a free item anymore

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M18-FUEL-Gen-2-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Brushless-Cordless-Mid-Torque-1-2-in-Impact-Wrench-w-Friction-Ring-Tool-Only-2962-20/313511878
9999bh asked this question on 08-03-2021 at 11:22 AM

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Quote from wake09 :
So is a 1/2 mid tq too much for car wheels?
Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
No, I use the high torque model on car wheels. I just don't put it on maximum power mode.
The 1/2" Mid-torque is far more than ample for any car wheels and the High torque is completely unnecessary.
The Mid-torque can easily put out over 550 ft lbs of torque, as it's labeled at 600 ft lbs. I can snap off or easily strip all my lug nuts with the Mid-Torque on high setting, if I wanted to.
The torques for nearly any car wheel ranges from 85 ft lbs to 115 ft lbs, on average. That's just a fraction of the capacity of the 600 ft lb Mid-torque model.
I also have the 2767 High torque model too, but I always use the Mid-torque for any car wheels.
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Quote from Tukintaco :
Thank you just purchased and the boot is worth the extra money!
Many places are charging over $40 just for the boot, so even that is discounted and well worth the money.
The boot can be a total nightmare to install on the mid-torque and some ppl have even ripped it trying to install it. If you want it to glide on with ease just pick up some 3 in 1 RV Rubber Conditioner, found at Walmart, and spray some inside and outside the boot and rub it in with your fingers.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/12013-.../360035251
Then soak the boot in your bathroom sink in some hot tap water to warm up the treated rubber. The water doesn't penetrate the boot and water just beads up on its surface.

Then quickly towel dry it and it slips over the impact with ease (front side first).
I tried doing it dry and it was a nightmare. Night & day difference in installing.
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I thought you're not supposed to pick it up and they revert the charge after so many days and you still get to keep the other item at its discounted price. At least that's how I read how it works.
Correct.
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What does the boot do?

Also just received the impact. A little smelly and the rubber grip seems greasy which I guess are all good things. Protected during overseas trip maybe?

Time to put it to work on these old Highlander wheels!
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Quote from wake09 :
What does the boot do?

Also just received the impact. A little smelly and the rubber grip seems greasy which I guess are all good things. Protected during overseas trip maybe?

Time to put it to work on these old Highlander wheels!
The boot protects the front of the impact from potential impact (using the tool at high torque) damage.
Maybe overkill for casual users but to a mechanic, it's quite helpful.
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Now, if I could get the 2767, 1/2 Stubby, and a M12 Stubby, all in deals like these? I'd be set.
(course, I'd need a charger somewhere in there since I'm not on the platform yet)
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The 1/2" Mid-torque is far more than ample for any car wheels and the High torque is completely unnecessary.
The Mid-torque can easily put out over 550 ft lbs of torque, as it's labeled at 600 ft lbs. I can snap off or easily strip all my lug nuts with the Mid-Torque on high setting, if I wanted to.
The torques for nearly any car wheel ranges from 85 ft lbs to 115 ft lbs, on average. That's just a fraction of the capacity of the 600 ft lb Mid-torque model.
I also have the 2767 High torque model too, but I always use the Mid-torque for any car wheels.
Yeah, but what if we're not using the 2767 for wheel lug nuts and we're trying to remove a rusted nut that has been rusting away in a snow state? Will you guarantee that Mid-torque will be able to get it off? My Nitrocat couldn't get it off, kind of wished I bought an Ingersol but maybe should just go electric impact now.
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Yeah, but what if we're not using the 2767 for wheel lug nuts and we're trying to remove a rusted nut that has been rusting away in a snow state? Will you guarantee that Mid-torque will be able to get it off? My Nitrocat couldn't get it off, kind of wished I bought an Ingersol but maybe should just go electric impact now.
I live in a heavily salted snow state and took the heavily rusted lugs off one of my vehicles, which is a 29 year old Ford that hasn't had its tires/rims off in ages.
I can't speak to your Nitrocat not being able to break that lug loose, as it is only as good as the air supply/volume you have hooked up to it.
Regardless, the topic was about normal everyday use of an impact to change tires/wheels. I can't see where my M18 Mid-torque would ever fall short with any car lug, no matter how rusted. A 2767 High torque is overkill and I say that because I own both.
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I live in a heavily salted snow state and took the heavily rusted lugs off one of my vehicles, which is a 29 year old Ford that hasn't had its tires/rims off in ages.
I can't speak to your Nitrocat not being able to break that lug loose, as it is only as good as the air supply/volume you have hooked up to it.
Regardless, the topic was about normal everyday use of an impact to change tires/wheels. I can't see where my M18 Mid-torque would ever fall short with any car lug, no matter how rusted. A 2767 High torque is overkill and I say that because I own both.
I'm not talking about lug nuts off tires, I'm talking about nuts off of the other parts of the vehicle body. I never needed an impact for wheel lug nuts.
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I'm not talking about lug nuts off tires, I'm talking about nuts off of the other parts of the vehicle body. I never needed an impact for wheel lug nuts.
OK, understood now. When you jumped in I was only talking about the appropriate/capable impact gun for car wheel lugs, where FusciaScene411 told wake09 he uses the High-Torque impact on car wheels (but on medium setting).

wake09 appeared to be wanting a gun only for changing wheels/tires, nothing else.
I was just saying the Mid-torque is more than ample for that.

But to answer you, No, I don't guarantee the Mid-torque can bust loose other frame/suspension/engine bolts that are heavily rusted SOB's to get off.
That's a whole different subject than FusciaScene/wake09/me were discussing and I agree with you that the 2767 High-torque would likely be needed in those cases. Or both models and a even a torch.
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Yeah, but what if we're not using the 2767 for wheel lug nuts and we're trying to remove a rusted nut that has been rusting away in a snow state? Will you guarantee that Mid-torque will be able to get it off? My Nitrocat couldn't get it off, kind of wished I bought an Ingersol but maybe should just go electric impact now.
There's always that one stubborn sob that wont come off.
I broke a 15/16th wheel stud and watched the tech start with a 2767 to remove the wheel nuts. It loosened about half the nuts. Switched to the 1'' Milwaukee and that got a few more. Ended up having to switch the the 1 1/2 IR for the last 2. (it's all he had left to use)
1st time I've seen a 1" Milwaukee not get the job done by itself.

I ended up having to replace all the wheel studs and nuts because they were rusted so bad.
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What's the hack?
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Is there a deal for the M18 charger? I'm actually looking for both the wrench and the battery, but the battery doesn't come with the charger right?

Edit: never mind I have the charger that works for both M12 and M18 batteries
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#104
Quote from Accster :
The 1/2" Mid-torque is far more than ample for any car wheels and the High torque is completely unnecessary.
The Mid-torque can easily put out over 550 ft lbs of torque, as it's labeled at 600 ft lbs. I can snap off or easily strip all my lug nuts with the Mid-Torque on high setting, if I wanted to.
The torques for nearly any car wheel ranges from 85 ft lbs to 115 ft lbs, on average. That's just a fraction of the capacity of the 600 ft lb Mid-torque model.
I also have the 2767 High torque model too, but I always use the Mid-torque for any car wheels.
It may be unnecessary, but my point is the transitive property: if even a 2767 is usable for removing lug nuts on a car, then this is certainly fine for it.

I currently don't have a mid-torque because someone broke into my garage and stole almost all of my Milwaukee tools, so the 2767 was the first one replaced. Currently looking for a 3/8" mid-torque hack like this.
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
It may be unnecessary, but my point is the transitive property: if even a 2767 is usable for removing lug nuts on a car, then this is certainly fine for it.

I currently don't have a mid-torque because someone broke into my garage and stole almost all of my Milwaukee tools, so the 2767 was the first one replaced. Currently looking for a 3/8" mid-torque hack like this.
People are terrible... sorry it happened to you. I had to deal with burglary once and it's not even the items lost that matters but that someone went through your personal belongings. Most of the time its addicts that are looking for quick buck.
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