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Milwaukee 2763-22 M18 FUEL 1/2" High-Torque Impact Wrench with Ring Kit $325 + Free Shipping (eBay Daily Deal)

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#2
Fantastic tool at an amazing price. This is overkill for all passenger cars, but if your doing crank bolts, you'll need all the torque you can get. This tool was tested with a Skidmore and it really does do the rated 700/1100 ftlbs
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#3
if this is as good as the dewalt brushless one that has the same specs this thing is an absolute beast. never seen a bolt this thing cant remove. you can ditch the breaker bar with this thing
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Does anyone know if this an authorized dealer?
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Quote from eddie277 View Post :
if this is as good as the dewalt brushless one that has the same specs this thing is an absolute beast. never seen a bolt this thing cant remove. you can ditch the breaker bar with this thing
ditto. i had a short cheater pipe and breaker on 3/4 bolts that held down an Amerideck lift on the back of my pickup and it wouldn't budge. I then used this Milwaukee wrench and it made short 5 second work of both bolts. Amazing...
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#6
the dewalt equivalent of this seems to show better in some comparisons. i'm not a huge dewalt fan, and actually have a similar tool to this by Ingersoll Rand which came out a few years ago.
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My only concern is if they are authorized. Without the warranty I would be more reluctant to plunk down that kind of coin.
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#8
I have the Dewalt 700 ft-lb version and just for fun was over tightening some 1/4" bolts on a scrap satellite dish that we were throwing away.

Push trigger . . . snap bolt head.
Repeat.

It was fun. :-)
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#9
Is there a way to adjust torque for a range of purposes? I like to wrench on my car. However, given the beastly specs, I can't see myself using this more than two or three times a year.
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Is there a way to adjust torque for a range of purposes? I like to wrench on my car. However, given the beastly specs, I can't see myself using this more than two or three times a year.
But when you do need it you'll be glad you had it. Crank bolts, axel nuts, flywheel bolts can be undone without locking the crank. I broke 3 1/2" break bars on an axel nut once using a 4' cheaer bar. It sheared right off. The impact took it off with ease.
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Quote from 190rev View Post :
Is there a way to adjust torque for a range of purposes? I like to wrench on my car. However, given the beastly specs, I can't see myself using this more than two or three times a year.
I'm with you, I'd love to have this in the toolbox, but I'm having a hard time justifying the purchase based on the amount of times I'll actually need to use it in a year.
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Quote from 190rev View Post :
Is there a way to adjust torque for a range of purposes? I like to wrench on my car. However, given the beastly specs, I can't see myself using this more than two or three times a year.
This one has 2 modes. The first caps out around 100 ft-lbs, the second is full power. You could also use torque limiting extensions to tamper down the power, or just learn to feel the tool as its hammering.
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#13
Great tool, I love mine with the 5Ah batteries. Seems like this deal would be slicker with the 5Ah batteries though....
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#14
the fuel means its brushless. I have had the 12v version of the fuel drill for about 2 years now. it out preforms some lower quality 18v drills I have. I used the 12v version to drive 4 inch ledgeloks into truss this past weekend. I cant imagine what the 18v is like. 12v is plenty for me as a home owner plus its nice and light.
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#15
how does this compare to the dewalt 899?
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