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Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3/8" High Speed Ratchet Kit EXPIRED

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acmetools via eBay has Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3/8" High Speed Ratchet Kit (2567-22) on sale for $189. Shipping is free.

Acme Tools also has Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3/8" High Speed Ratchet Kit (2567-22) on sale for $189. Shipping is free with orders $199 or shipping is $6.49.

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Key Features:
  • Delivers up to 450 RPM for best-in-class productivity
  • Up to 35 ft-lbs. of max torque
  • 0.75" head profile allows for best-in-class access in tight spaces
  • Steel yoke housing for greater durability
  • Ratchet can be used manually without engaging the motor
  • LED light to illuminate work areas
  • On-board battery fuel gauge displays remaining run time
  • Extended paddle switch for multiple grip options
  • Durable proprietary rubber designed to withstand corrosive materials commonly found in maintenance environments
Includes:
  • M12 FUEL 3/8" High Speed Ratchet (2567-20)
  • (2) M12 CP2.0Ah Batteries (48-11-2420)
  • M12 Charger (48-59-2401)
  • Soft Carrying Case

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    • This Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3/8" High Speed Ratchet Kit (2567-22) is priced $70 lower (27% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $259.
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    • This has a 4.8 out of 5 star overall rating based on 166 reviews at Home Depot.
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This is a the new high speed rachet with 2 batteries and bag included. Usually runs for 279. Shipping is free if you order over 200.

You can try to call home depot to price match.

https://www.acmetools.com/milwauk...93132.html
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Just noticed this myself and pulled the trigger.

They also have a fuel (non-high speed) version for the same price and so does toolsplus.com.
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Cheaper than Home Depot by $10 and this one comes with 2 batteries whereas HD is one battery. Good deal.
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Cheaper than Home Depot by $10 and this one comes with 2 batteries whereas HD is one battery. Good deal.
Home depot has the same kit with 2 batteries and bag for $279. Definitely a good deal with acmetools.
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Good deal on infrequently promo'd item.
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I want this for the extra strength and speed, but the bulkier head worries me
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Wait, it's $189 minus $189 = $0?

That's how the title wording makes it sound even though it's obviously not what you mean.

And, while we're on the topic, are right angle power ratchets really that great? I'll probably eventually get one but it's pretty low on my list, after impact wrench and driver and a brushless drill, and maybe a mid torque impact wrench. I do ok with manual wrenches, socket and combo, along with one of those right angle adapters.
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Wait, it's $189 minus $189 = $0?

That's how the title wording makes it sound even though it's obviously not what you mean.

And, while we're on the topic, are right angle power ratchets really that great? I'll probably eventually get one but it's pretty low on my list, after impact wrench and driver and a brushless drill, and maybe a mid torque impact wrench. I do ok with manual wrenches, socket and combo, along with one of those right angle adapters.
Are we talking automotive work? 1/2" Impact Wrench > 3/8" Right Angle Impact Wrench > Right Angle Fast Ratchet > Hand Tools > Mid-torque anything. If I wan't mid torque it's less ugga-duggahs.

For all other work, if you don't have a drill or impact but need them then you should probably skip this. A lot easier to throw a 1/4" drive adapter into a drill chuck.
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Good deal.

I have the non fuel ratchet and it works great but could use more power.

Been looking for a deal on the extended length ratchet as well...
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Wait, it's $189 minus $189 = $0?

That's how the title wording makes it sound even though it's obviously not what you mean.

And, while we're on the topic, are right angle power ratchets really that great? I'll probably eventually get one but it's pretty low on my list, after impact wrench and driver and a brushless drill, and maybe a mid torque impact wrench. I do ok with manual wrenches, socket and combo, along with one of those right angle adapters.
its a whole lot nicer than spinning a manual ratchet. working on my truck, i havent found a time where i cant use it unless i need to break something loose
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Are we talking automotive work? 1/2" Impact Wrench > 3/8" Right Angle Impact Wrench > Right Angle Fast Ratchet > Hand Tools > Mid-torque anything. If I wan't mid torque it's less ugga-duggahs.

For all other work, if you don't have a drill or impact but need them then you should probably skip this. A lot easier to throw a 1/4" drive adapter into a drill chuck.
I already have a 1/2" impact wrench but it's on the lower end of the torque range, 300ft-lb, but it gets most fasteners off w/o issue, and the few it doesn't I can get off with a breaker/cheater. So my next tool will be a 3/8" subcompact impact wrench, probably the M12 stubby since everyone's so keen on it. I'll have a look at DeWalt's 12V version first though as I don't have anything from either line so I'm not wedded to either. But a right angle ratchet or impact just seems more luxury than must have for what I do.
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its a whole lot nicer than spinning a manual ratchet. working on my truck, i havent found a time where i cant use it unless i need to break something loose
I'm sure you're right, but the combination of power and hand tools with adapters I now have gets the job done. What bogs me down the most is removing really old and seized fasteners, for which this wouldn't help and an impact wrench or breaker/cheater is needed, and reinstalling parts in very tight spaces, like water pump pulleys, and this probably wouldn't help either. If I were a mechanic though I'd get this in a heartbeat.
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I'm sure you're right, but the combination of power and hand tools with adapters I now have gets the job done. What bogs me down the most is removing really old and seized fasteners, for which this wouldn't help and an impact wrench or breaker/cheater is needed, and reinstalling parts in very tight spaces, like water pump pulleys, and this probably wouldn't help either. If I were a mechanic though I'd get this in a heartbeat.
I ended up with a very similar resaoning. The gap of use cases that are left is covered by a 1/4 driver + impact angle adapter. If I'd be a mechanic I'd buy it in no time.
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