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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/2" Impact Wrench Kit w/ 4.0Ah Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Cordless 3-Speed 1/2" Impact Wrench Kit w/ 4.0Ah Battery & Charger (P261K1) on sale for $99. Select free curbside pickup where available.

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Note, curbside pickup may vary depending on location.

Includes:
  • 1x P261 3-Speed 1/2 in. Impact Wrench
  • 1x PBP005 4.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery
  • 1x PCG002 18V Lithium-Ion Charger
  • Operator's Manual
Features:
  • Produces 300 ft./lbs. of torque and up to 3,200 impacts per minute (IPM)
  • 3-speed selector switch and tri-beam LED lights
  • 3-speed selector switch offers greater control over a wide range of fastening applications
  • Tri-LED light increases work area visibility
  • 1/2 in. square anvil with detent pin retention for easy and secure socket connection

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Looks like in store only, my store had 11 of these

300 ft.lbs of torque worked great on taking off my lug nuts. My car torque spec is 180 ft./lbs. some big trucks you may need the new model which is 609 ft.lbs of breaking power

This tool only is being sold on Home Depot for 139 and for $99 you get a large battery and charger. Amazing deal

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shortybuck asked this question on 10-28-2021 at 12:46 PM
10-28-2021 at 12:46 PM
Iirc the range to put on a lug nut is 80-120ft-lbs generally. What happens is the mechanic will just put it on too tight with an impact wrench. A decent impact driver should take it off in theory, this will take it off in practice.
10-28-2021 at 12:46 PM
It should be! That’s what I used mine for. Lug nuts are like 80-120 ft-lbs typically, getting a bit tighter after some oxidation, and this goes up to 250 ft-lbs
10-29-2021 at 12:27 PM
It is if you have put the lug nuts on. If the auto mechanic has then they usually just slam the lug nuts on and this 300 ft-lbs hasn't a chance, Look at the new Ryobi brushless model that has 600 ft-lbs of breakaway torque and use a 4Ah or better battery and is just a bit more in cost than this model.
moetheman225 asked this question on 10-28-2021 at 12:48 PM
10-28-2021 at 12:48 PM
If you're logged into your Home Depo account, it will show right on the HD page which of your local stores have it in stock.
NeatPencil7874 asked this question on 10-28-2021 at 12:56 PM

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I could go on an hour long rant about water heaters and maintenace but I'll summarize with this:

- Older water heaters were built to last with large anodes and thick glass tank linings, newer ones are not.
- Your local water and its pH/mineral content will determine the life you will get out of components, particularly the anodes.

Examples:
I've had a modern 6 year old W/H fail right at 6 years.
I've seen a high quality W/H on well water built in 1989 still functioning with zero corrosion.

You may not need to replace the anode, it just depends, but it's worth checking. As soon as the anode is half gone it's worth replacing (why? - minerals can build up on the outside surface and limit its sacrificial ability). If you need to replace it, anodes typically come in long rods but flexible anodes with several sections attached by steel cable are available if your W/H is installed in a tight spot with little clearance overhead.

While on topic of W/H maintenance, also be sure to:

- Add testing the temperature & pressure relief valve and make sure it drains properly outside to your routine maintenance checklist. Those TPRVs can get build-up around them over time if not used or slowly dripping and fail to work or seal. This is the best place to see indication of rust as it stays mostly stagnant there and water running through the taps will be quite diluted. If you see rust here it means your sacrificial anode is not being effective.

- Check the top connections for moisture and if you have a gas unit make sure your vent pipe is properly attached and functional. This is the best way to know if you have trouble brewing before it becomes a disaster. Another benefit is that home stores get new/uninstalled water heater returns all the time and sell them for half price. If you have an indication that your tank is starting to fail you have a little time on your side and it's a great way to save hundreds on the replacement.

- Drain / flush the tank annually to keep an eye on how much build-up is forming and falling to the bottom. This will be your best indication of rust and of how much build up you're getting. Don't forget to turn off the breaker or gas for it so you don't burn out the elements when the water level drops. I actually try to do this in the fall and spring to not spike my electric load charges because that's when the HVAC isn't running and it's nice enough to keep the garage door open for hours.

- Replace the tank drain with a brass 3/4" full flow quarter-turn ball valve with a garden hose adapter on the end, this makes flushing a breeze. It's about $15. The factory drains are usually cheap plastic and clog easily because they're tiny. Remove the handle after installation for safety.

There are tons of YouTube videos on all of these items, they're pretty simple after you do it once.

Edit: I forgot to mention that the primary difference between water heaters with different warranties these days is the anode. 12 yr warranty units will usually have the largest anodes (or two) made from better materials. Anodes can be made from zinc, magnesium or aluminum and it's the first place manufacturers go to save money. A 6 yr W/H will have the cheapest anode but will likely have the same tank as the 12 yr W/H. It may even have an extra plug space for an extra anode. You'll only see the plastic as these are usually covered with foam during production so if you're having trouble finding your anode or searching for an extra anode spot look for the caps and cut out some of the foam under them.
Got this tool last year. The hardest thing I've had at work on has been a 5 year old truck axle nut and steering knuckle. It had to hammer away at the axle nut for a while, but it eventually did the job perfectly. This nut was on so tightly that I wondered if I would be able to complete the job at all. Thank goodness for this tool!
For all the other little things around the house, like lawn mower blades and lug nuts, it has had no issues whatsoever.

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I'm a weekend warrior and absolutely love this, got it the last time the deal came on. If you're doing basic automotive tasks this saves a ton of time.
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I bought the tool only version yesterday from direct tools for $59 shipped and it came with an electrostatic sprayer.

I'm not sure what I would use an electrostatic sprayer for, but that's another option if you don't need the battery.
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I bought the tool only version yesterday from direct tools for $59 shipped and it came with an electrostatic sprayer.

I'm not sure what I would use an electrostatic sprayer for, but that's another option if you don't need the battery.
A free sprayer?
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A free sprayer?
Yeah, it was added to the cart automatically.
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I bought the tool only version yesterday from direct tools for $59 shipped and it came with an electrostatic sprayer.

I'm not sure what I would use an electrostatic sprayer for, but that's another option if you don't need the battery.
Same here. Got tired of waiting for this $100 deal to come back around. I knew this would happen! Would have preferred this deal.
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I bought the tool only version yesterday from direct tools for $59 shipped and it came with an electrostatic sprayer.

I'm not sure what I would use an electrostatic sprayer for, but that's another option if you don't need the battery.
Yep, I bought the same from DTO, $60 including shipping. The 4ah battery could be worth the extra $40. SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE HECK I CAN ISE THAT ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYER FOR? (I don't intend to spray disinfectant around the house 😀)
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Tempted to get to have right tool for the job and big battery. I know if is not meant for it but I use the compact Brushless impact driver from the other deal and it took off my car and suv lug nuts.
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Gah! I knew this would happen. Ordered the Direct tool deal with the sprayer. I don't even want the sprayer.. I don't own a 4ah battery either so having to buy one plus the tool likely comes out to more than just getting the HD deal. Gonna try and cancel. If I already had the battery then the direct tool is a fantastic deal for those who can snag one.
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Anyone try using this to change out an anode rod on a water heater tank? More specifically, without bracing the tank for movement?
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Any way to see which stores have these in stock?
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I've been waiting for this and was able to snag one locally. Thanks OP
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Tempted to get to have right tool for the job and big battery. I know if is not meant for it but I use the compact Brushless impact driver from the other deal and it took off my car and suv lug nuts.
I'm thinking the same thing
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Yep, I bought the same from DTO, $60 including shipping. The 4ah battery could be worth the extra $40. SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE HECK I CAN ISE THAT ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYER FOR? (I don't intend to spray disinfectant around the house 😀)
I intend to use the sprayer as a mist for my BBQ.
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