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Milwaukee 2867-20 M18 FUEL 18V 1 Inch High Torque Impact Wrench - Bare Tool - $629.99

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Cheaps asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 11:31 AM
01-21-2022 at 11:31 AM
Anything that can handle 200ft-lb or more should be able to handle lug nuts, if they weren't massively overtightened or rusted and seized. If they are then at least 300ft-lb, so to play it safe I'd start with that. Also because some makers overstate their tools' power. Others understate them.
01-21-2022 at 11:32 AM
You wouldn’t use a 1” gun for passenger vehicles anyways. Look for a 1/2” impact wrench not impact driver. The wrenches are in the $300-$400 range and have upwards of 400 ft lb of torque. Most of the time you will need the larger battery packs to even come close to the advertised specs. Most passenger vehicles are torqued between 75 and 150 ft lb and you may need more or less depending on the condition of your wheel studs.

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Will this be good for tightening the nuts on bicycle wheels?
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way too expensive
That is $1300 on a tool truck
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way too expensive
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A little cheaper than Amazon, for most here it might be.

But, if a semi, heavy equipment, etc. operator, the OP with 1800lbs of torque would be great for tire changes, or even working on same in the field.

If one needs a 1" impact for shop, they probably have an air compressor. We paid a little over $300 for the Aircat 1994 with 2300lbs of torque.
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Gonna pass. Not enough torque for Honda crankshaft bolt.
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Why do you want to use this for tires?
Because "f¥€k you" That's why.
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Acme tools have for $499 and they have a coupon $45 off on oders over $299
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Quote from SeriousFaucet779 :
Acme tools have for $499 and they have a coupon $45 off on oders over $299
Link?
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Damn. 1800ft-lb. What can't this remove?
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Quote from SeriousFaucet779 :
Acme tools have for $499 and they have a coupon $45 off on oders over $299
Milwaukee 2867-20 is showing $654 with coupon code REDSALE at Acme.

https://www.acmetools.com/milwauk...82191.html

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I have a Husky I got at Home Depot for less than $50.
Husky doesn't offer anything even remotely close to this.

If you don't work on semi-trucks, bulldozers, farm equipment, etc., then you don't need this.
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Makita 40v 3/4" drive beats this in breakaway torque. Check out torque test channel on YouTube. The numbers are super inflated on this specific tool from Milwaukee. O and the makita 40v with 2 batteries and charger is $600 retail price and this is $700 normally bare tool
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