There are bright dark work areas with on-board lighting. The 1/2 inch impact wrench has up to 330 ft-lbs max of fastening Torque. DEWALT 1/2 inch impact wrench has a new feature. The tool will pause before impacting to help prevent overtightening. The tool is lowered in reverse to help prevent run-off. The battery-powered impact wrench can be used for a variety of applications. The DEWALT-built motor has increased efficiency. The speed control is provided by the variable speed trigger. The light helps illuminate dimly lit areas. The design is lightweight and compact for comfort. The design is lightweight and compact for comfort.
👤Purchase on 8-20. The batteries are from last year. Purchasing a new item and paying over $300 for almost 4 years is not comfortable. I would like for the vendor to update their batteries. Almost 90 days later, no word from the vendor. I bought this so I can change my tires on my truck. The first tire nuts came off quickly. 2nd, 3rd, 4th would not budge. Very disappointed with the tool and Dewalt.
👤Wow. I've been using a corded Harbor Freight electric impact for the past 5 years and it's held up well and still busts nuts and bolts, so I gotta hand it to them. The Milwaukee M12 series was such a game-changing tool that I needed a corded impact to go with it. The advertised Torque numbers are very expensive, and you get what you pay for. I didn't want to pay $150 for a bulky impact that wouldn't perform as well as I wanted. I found the DCF894P2 while searching. Amazon didn't have any in stock, but they expected to have it in a month and a half. The price shocked me. $16. It had to be a mistake. I thought I would only get the tool, not the batteries, bag, or bag, but it was the complete package. I went to Lowe's and Home Depot to get a feel for the thing since they had models on the shelves. I went home and ordered it for a ridiculously low price. I didn't mind having to wait a month and a half to get it, and now that it's here, and I used it to swap out my front pads and rotors, it does this little sucker pack a punch. I decided to swap out my crank pulley/ balancer after I used it so much that I decided to blast off my wheel bolts. The bolt on the pulley broke in a few seconds. I've had times where I've used 3 foot breaker bars with my entire weight on them and couldn't get those bolts loose on my older e30's and e36's; the Dewalt did it immediately without any hesitation. I'm very happy with my purchase. The battery weighed in at around 4 pounds, and the impact was very light. It's easy to squeeze into places other impacts can't. I haven't used it long enough to speak for battery life, but I'm pretty sure it can be used for a day of work before needing to be charged. The batteries were fully charged within 30 minutes after they were not fully charged. It will be interesting to see how long they take. This will be put to good use, and I'm beyond happy to have it in my tool arsenal.
👤The little guy did most of the work on the new building. Installation of self-tapping sheet metal screws is just one of the things that can be done with bolting posts, rafters and girts. We used the Dewalt drill and small angle grinder for pre-drilling and trimming, but this impact wrench was the only one we used for the whole project. Both held up well.
China is the country of origin. The most compact is 4.9 in. In length. 250 ft-lbs of strength. There are 90 tools on the M12 system. There is great access in tight spaces. In length. M12 FUEL Stubby 1/2 in. Impact wrench 2555-20, M12 battery, M12 2.0AH battery, M12 charger, and bag. M12 FUEL Stubby 1/2 in. Impact wrench 2555-20, M12 battery, M12 2.0AH battery, M12 charger, and bag.
👤I have always used Air Tools for speed. I like to work on a Jeep, and off road more than once saw a fellow "Jeeper" use a compact Corderless Impact Wrench to remove the lug nuts on a wheel. I was impressed with the speed and quiet of the Air Tools. I did some research and watched some videos. I wanted it to be small but powerful. I am very happy I did so far. The thing is small and powerful. It has 4 settings on speed setting 2. I used the smaller of the 2 batteries that come with the kit to remove my Jeep tire. I'm very happy to add this to my tools and I'll use them less because my neighbors will be happy. The kit had 2 batteries, a bag, and a charger. The kit bag is large and universal, but I won't use it because it doesn't have a specific hard case, and the tool is the cats meow.
👤The gun is awesome. 250 ft lbs in a small gun, it blows my mind. The 4th setting has a "snug" feature. The gun stops when the hammer hits it. It's great when you have to Torque a bolt. Really like how small it is. You can see the pictures I have attached. It's in case anyone doesn't know I did. Make sure to press the batteries all the way in the charger until you hear the click.
👤I wanted to get the larger Milwaukee impact, but after reading reviews on this one, and a lower price point, I decided to get this. I have been using it to do a rear brake job, sway bar brackets, and remove and install large batteries, and only charged the batteries once. They had no issues with busting the nuts or dropping below the 4 lights for a charge, even with the light at the front in use. This is enough power to do what you need. I'm curious to see if it can knock loose sub frame bolts and CV axel nuts. A power tool in your arsenal.
👤I was not sure if this tool was right for me. I suffer from rotator cuffs on my shoulder, and have a hard time appling strengh in many ways. I have to remove the gas tank of my Jeep Liberty because I have to loosen the 6x 18mm nuts from the protectors and 4x15mm nuts from the tank using the 2amp battery. I had all the nuts in my hand in less than 10 minutes. I said to myself "let's rotate the tires" and I couldn't loosen any nuts, but I barely have it in the minimum speed. It loosened all the nuts when I changed it to the third. I like its small size. The little tool was able to get under the work area.
👤I bought it for the front end work on my Camry, which has 200,000 miles on it. Thetubby is a huge help for getting into tight places. It makes taking tires off quick work for brakes, and I like the setting that drives, but stops at low Torque so you can finish up to spec with a Torque wrench. I welded the bolts that had been exposed to the elements for 17 years to the nuts that wouldn't budge with this tool. Those took a bar and a breaker to move, even with penetrating oil. A nice addition to the tool chest.
The anti-slip grip has a textured surface. The 1/2 inch impact wrench has a maximum Torque of 400 ft-lbs. DEWALT 1/2 inch impact wrench has more capacity than standard battery packs. The impact wrench has an electric brake and variable speed Trigger. When working in dark environments, visibility and elimination of shadows are important. The magnesium gear case and all metal transmission have extended durability. The magnesium gear case and all metal transmission have extended durability.
👤I thought $299 was a little high, but I checked here. It is $10 cheaper here. I didn't know that the package came with 2 batteries, instead of the HD set only had one. It was a win. Buy with confidence.
👤I recently purchased this item and it kicks butt. .... I work for a dealership and use this tool daily to pull the lug nuts off the jeeps, dodge 1500, 2500 trucks and other vehicles. This is a great tool and will always be in my tool box and family vehicle in case we ever get a flat tire. We need a rifle with a scope on the market to go with the driver and a gun with a scope.
👤I bought a 20v 1/2 impact and it had great reviews. I tried it on a bolt and it wouldn't budge. I returned the gun because I was very disappointed. I did some research and found the 20v. The impact was 1/2 impact. When it arrived, I was skeptical. I tried to remove the bolt after charging the battery. I can't say anything else. It lost in a split second. I was very happy. I wanted to find more bolts to test it on, but no luck at the moment. As time passes, I will update more.
👤The Impact Gun is the best for the price because we have many flat tire service calls. I can replace 6-7 flat tires with a fully charged pack, and it comes with 2 battery packs. I can easily do 4-5 on our own trucks. There is a gun, 2 batts, a bag and a charging device. All my drivers and anyone in this field are recommended by me.
👤I got it yesterday and even though I was a little hesitant about it, it did the job quickly and quietly, even though I had doubts about it. I was pleasantly surprised to see how easy it was to remove the nuts from my old car, it felt like a clinical job. I've been using only pneumatic tools for over 20 years, and this one didn't disappoint me one bit, as a matter of fact I'm going to transition over to all dewalt by the time it's all over with. Everything got here in perfect undamaged condition thanks to fast delivery by Amazon. The feel and weight of the rubber, the sound of the tool, the quality of craftsmanship, and the fact that it's a top of the line tool are just some of the things that make a top of the line tool. I'm going to love being able to whip this out without a compressor. A happy customer again.
👤It comes with a scaled up charge from my DeWalt drill. The bag is strong, but I don't use it. The tool doesn't give me any trouble with removing/replacing fasteners. The battery life is fine for me. I let a friend borrow a compressor when it went down. He used it for a few days and it worked out well. The led light is always useful. The newer model doesn't have the 3 speed transmission, but the Trigger is sensitive enough that I don't think it needs it. I've used it to pull the crossmember bolts on my 2004 SUV, and I bought it for a winter beater. The tool is easy to use. It's a nice tool to carry with you. Change a tire quickly. If you're working on battle tanks everyday, this might not be the tool for you. It is more than adequate for common work.
The work area has a built-in light. Quick and easy sockets are ensured by the Friction ring. High definition lighting increases workspace visibility with less shadows. The auto shut-off control only applies to 35 ft. lbs. It's important to keep the Torque for hand-tight fastening applications low. Bolt removal control lowers the RPMs once the bolt is loosened to prevent drops. Bolt removal control lowers the RPMs once the bolt is loosened to prevent drops.
👤It's a good substitute for 2767. I'm big, but I'm also 41 and my body has more miles than an 83 Fleetwood. By 3pm that thing was getting heavy. I only use it when neccessary. I got this one and it works great. The only thing you need to get the full power of this tool is a xc 6.0 battery. It makes a difference. Adding weight to it is what you have to do. It's not as heavy as the 2767, but I would have preferred not to do that. It's just something to think about. There was an update on 7/15-21. I bought a 12.0 battery for my 2767 and it wasn't doing well. I don't know why. I put it in the 2962 because I thought it was a bad battery. The 2962 is well above the power specifications, but the battery doesn't perform well with the 2767. It might burn it out, but who wouldn't go crazy on a compact impact with that kind of power?
👤478 ft. lbs was tested with 650 away Torque.
👤The battery life is one of the categories on this product. I strongly recommend you buy a battery to handle what this will or could be used for. I bought mine because of the impact. The batteries came with them. They deplete quickly, but they do run this impact. I bought a new 6.0 aH battery, and I and my friend both noticed a better longevity of the battery, as well as the power output of the tool. The tool is light and quiet for an impact. It took some getting used to not having loud hammering noise. This is rated at 650 ft lbs, but I think it's more like 450. I like the shorter head on it, because it still breaks wheel lugs. There are three lights on the edges of the nose that illuminate your work. I have accidentally hit the power adjust button below the grip and switched it to low power, almost like you would use to start a bolt, but not Torque it fully. The gun didn't fire, but it may have been my awkward grip on the impact. I'm used to pneumatic impacts so it's a bit of a learning curve.
👤This thing works well. I use it at work to break loose nuts. The nuts usually break loose and back off quickly. I use it with 6ah batteries. I compared it to my coworkers rigid impact, they seem about the same in power, but he usually has more problems with that brand.
👤My son wanted a birthday gift. He said it has more features than a Dewalt tool. Also ordered the battery.
👤The mechanic at our shop recommended it to me. I haven't used an air tool since. It's light, strong, and has good battery life. Great all around tool for the shop.
👤All vehicle repairs have a great impact. It was the perfect tool to do a brake job. It took the nuts off her car. It fits in tighter places. I like the speed setting modes. The breaking mode slows down when the bolt breaks.
The AirCat Line is the most significant advances in pneumatic power tools. The Premium XR 2-Kit has a DCF894 1/2 in. The mid-range impact wrench is in the same size as the DCF890. The impact wrench is compact. Up to 330 ft-lbs max of fastening Torque and 600 ft-lbs of break away Torque is available. The design is lightweight and comfortable when working in tight spaces. The Precision Wrench Control can be used to prevent over-tightening and run-off. The DCF890 is a small and lightweight tool with a head length of only 5.5 inches. The DCF890 is a small and lightweight tool with a head length of only 5.5 inches.
👤I can't believe that you have to read the fine print to figure out that the kit only has one battery and two impact tools. The way to cheapen a kit is deceptive.
👤There is a lot of power and light weight. I am a professional master mechanic and the price and power is better than expected.
👤I bought them for my job as an auto mechanic. Both of them are great tools. I wouldn't use the 1/2 inch for my primary wheel gun. It is nice to not have to carry an air line.
👤The dewalt keeps his money in the shop. We have used them against each other and the dewalt is as good as the snap on impacts.
👤I got this for a graduation gift and he loves it, it was a great price and he can get a 4 year warranty with it. Amazon makes it easy.
👤Great power. Powerful and smooth. Slow down so bolts don't fly off.
👤It makes my job easier.
👤100% of the productos are recommended.
👤Cumple estoy fuertes, pero desempe estoy un exelente.
There are 3 LEDs that give visibility in dark areas. The battery and charge sold separately. The 1/2 inch corded impact wrench fits into tight areas. 3 lights with 20-second delay after the release of a DEWALT 1/2 inch impact wrench. The comfort grip of the battery impact wrench is textured. The comfort grip of the battery impact wrench is textured.
👤It's a good tool for most automotive projects, but it won't bust the wheels off. The tool will not bust my wheels loose. The rest of the car works well.
👤This cost a lot and did not have a battery or a battery charger. I returned the item to Home depot and they sold it for less than I paid at the store. The only difference was that the one from Home Depot is smaller, which is compatible with all of my other tools.
👤There are no Pros, but there are some Cons - Light weight,Compact,Powerful, and great quality build. The light in the front is very useful for lighting drilling in dark areas where you would have otherwise needed and extra hand for lighting. Quietly operates and has very little battery. It made it easy to remove and tighten suspension parts, and I have only used it twice in the last 6 months. I used it to drive the bolts of my tv wall mount, which was more difficult to do by hand.
👤It is a good wrench, but my m12 stubby from Milwaukee will beat it all day. A tool beats the pants off the team. Doesn't matter. I like this tool because I am in the platform. If I didn't own dewalt batteries, I wouldn't have bought it.
👤I was a little worried when I ordered this tool and prepared myself that I would probably exchange it for the big bro version if it didn't pull the nuts off my SUV. I was surprised that the little bad boy did better than I anticipated. I had a Torque wrench and tested a few of the lug nuts before using the tool, but it took off the nuts easily. I would have preferred the hog-ring over the detent pin, but couldn't find the bare tool only kit. The detent pin is not a deal breaker for me. I just used this impact to remove the bolts. It worked like a champ.
👤I have a larger one as well, and this one gets in where the larger one can't. I would have liked it to be more powerful but for a hundred bucks I'm not complaining. I can't justify buying the Max * XR model for double the price. I'll update this if it doesn't get my brake bolts off at my next brake pad change. It's smaller than my hammerdrill. Whenever I need to zip bolts off, I reach for this. The 889B has been put away except for some 12 year old rusted bolts on an old lawn mower that 2/4 bolts ended up being removed at the hands of my Dremel.
👤It was very under powered. The gun failed to remove the bolt with a fully charged battery after I Torqued a bolt using a Torque wrench to weigh up to 150 ft lbs. It's small enough to do most front end work, but I'd be hesitant to say it can remove vehicle wheels.
👤I have waited a few months to review this unit and I can recommend it to anyone. I use it for automotive work. This tool can be used to break off old rusted brake caliper mounting bolts, remove wheel lugs from a car, and perform other tasks. Don't be turned away by the complaints if you purchase a larger capacity battery for better longevity. It's still not as good as my fully electric Torque wrench, but for the price and portableness, you can't beat it.
The design is compact and long. The performance motor of the Cordless Impact Wrench 553ft-lbs Torque and max 3200rpm speed allows you to tighten or loosen various nuts and bolts easily. Not only suitable for unloading tires from cars, commercial vehicles, motorcycles and trailers, but also for car repairs, large construction projects, heavy equipment maintenance or product assembly. The brushless 1/2 impact gun will give you a better working experience than the traditional carbon brush motor. The motor has a longer use life and a smaller loss of battery energy. The impact wrench has a 21V 2000mA battery. A full charge takes about 2 hours and can be used for up to 8 hours. The battery sockets are the same and can be replaced. The power impact wrench has three speed gears, which you can control through the buttons on the fuselage, when in reverse mode. It will back off the speed and the Torque once a nut or bolt breaks loose, to protect the nut from flying to nowhere to catch. Impact Wrench kit has a 21V 2000mA. A battery, a fast charging, 4 impact sockets, a pair of gloves, and a belt clip are included. A box. If you have a question during use, they will reply you within 24 hours, hope you have a good shopping experience. If you need a spare battery, you can buy it yourself. If you need a spare battery, you can buy it yourself.
👤I got it today and it broke the bolts on my lawn mower, but I didn't have a problem with it on my boat trailer.
👤I love this gun, it has a lot of power, and it has a nice battery, hope this helps.
👤It's built good high quality works and takes off real tight bolts.
👤It's light and powerful. I use the battery daily and it is great for heavy duty automotive work.
The tool, batteries, and charge are sold separately. 1/2in. The impact wrench has a cord. The hog ring anvil is easy to use. A max of 350 ft lbs. The amount of Torque and 500 ipms is needed to remove larger bolts quickly. The max 1, 700rpms have a variable speed triggering. Light illuminates dark work areas. 20V MAX* 4Ah was included. The high capacity battery is used in heavy duty applications. Fast charging can be done in 60 minutes or less. It is compatible with the hang hook. It is compatible with the hang hook.
👤The impact worked for about 6 nuts, but they wouldn't move forward. It appears to be a problem. I am a Master automotive and diesel technician. I own over $100,000 in tools. Over the years, I have seen tools of every brand breakdown. I bought this from Amazon. The battery life and re-charge time were nice. I registered the product with Craftsman for warranty purposes and was happy to see the second use fail. I contacted Craftsman because I was beyond the window for Amazon to replace it. I received a reply after 3 attempts at contacting them. I was asked to email pictures of the model number. I received a reply that a new impact was being shipped to me but due to shipping delays, I should expect a 2 week wait. It has been six weeks and no impact has arrived. 5 days have passed and no response from Craftsman. Over the course of 30 years, I have owned a lot of Craftsman tools. I've had a break many times. I would take the broken tool to my nearest Sears and they would replace it in 10 minutes. Since Craftsman was purchased by Stanley/Black and Decker, they aren't what they used to be, so I can't go to Sears for a replacement. I think the next impact will be from my tool. On a dealer. The dealer will give me a new one if it breaks. I'm back in business.
👤This is heavier than the Milwaukee and Dewalt counterparts and can be less powerful. You get what you pay for if you buy those other brands. There is no way to vary the speed or the Torque on many other brands, which is the biggest complaint I didn't give if 5 stars.
👤The only tool that was better than the others was the Craftsman V20 Impact wrench. The Porter Cable was a good runner up, but the Crastman had a better bundle kit. I have always been a fan of the tools from the Crafstman family. The machine can take the wheel bolts off my car. Thanks to Amazon, I was able to find the one that worked for me.
👤It was very easy to operate. Not all of the 20v batteries will work. It requires the CMCB204 series, so I had to order a different battery and charger. I have been trying to reduce the number of batteries I have, this just added another to the collection. The tool worked fine, just by it all in a kit, and you can save yourself some grief.
👤There are pros and cons. The 1/2 impact drill can be used to remove the nuts from your car. It can be done at home to remove the lug nut. I own my own tools. It might be difficult to put it in the drill. It does fit. It might be oily when you open the box. The box might be warped due to tool only. The item was secured by two white straps. Lubricate the sockets in order to use the drill. They fit.
The rubber nose has a lightweight high impact housing. China is the country of origin. The best power-to-weight ratio is delivered by the powerful brushless motor and impact mechanism. The Iqv Power Control System includes full and half power modes, as well as 2 modes with automatic shut-off. Heavy Duty Durability: Patented Steel-Reinforced Frame And Impact- And Chemical-Resistant Housing Protects The Tool From Repeated Drops, Fluids And Chemicals. Heavy Duty Durability: Patented Steel-Reinforced Frame And Impact- And Chemical-Resistant Housing Protects The Tool From Repeated Drops, Fluids And Chemicals.
👤Alright guys. You have been waiting for this moment. The impact gun is a complete beast. The pulley bolt broke after hours of work. This was out in less than 15 seconds with the gun and lisle 19mm sockets. Awesome tool. Thanks for the great tools from Ingersoll Rand. The gun should be called The Hulk.
👤This comes with a card with a rating. The first setting for a 1/2 drive is worthless, second rated at 100flb's, 3rd 500flb's and 4th 1000. The second rated at 100 should be good for the nuts on the car, but it's not very heavy. They're still losing. It should be more than enough on the third 500. I have to give it on the 3rd setting twice. It's not 500. If it was true, the nuts would be stripped. The motor would be better off running faster and not having the impact hit so hard if the low Torque no1 was higher. I don't like the reversing switch, my index finger is up against the forward button, and it keeps getting bumped. It seems like max Torque is fine but not 1000 Flbs. The battery was at 1/2 discharge before this review, but was used for 2 days. It's difficult to align the sockets when you change wheels because you can't use the anvil. If I had to pay for it, I would return it, but I would keep it because it might be useful once in a while. I don't like it all in a nut shell. September 26th is here. I haven't used this tool in a while unless I need the high Torque setting for some suspension work. The range is worthless. As indicated before. The old 2135Q second setting is the best for torquing nuts. The 1st and 2nd setting are useless and the 3rd is only good for heavy duty apps. That needs a lot of power. The impact is hard to use the lower settings on smaller bolts. This thing should be used for fastenings that need a 1/2 drive tool. This is the worst purchase I have ever made.
👤Went to the junkyard and destroyed everything it touched. Multiple Honda crank bolts, suspension, and 8 axle nuts are included. The puppy needs to go to the vet, it's so sick. He said he was there for an hour when he found a guy trying to get the nuts off. 3 seconds later, the nut broke loose, like it was easy. Because it was. Your back will thank you if you just buy it.
👤I've owned this tool for over two years now and have been using it almost daily. I have had it replaced 3 times through IR's warranty service. I think it does not like when you just lay on it full throttle for 15-20 seconds at a time and it will cut itself off if you do that enough times. I had a situation where the reverse stopped working because of using the wrong type of grease, it could have been due to a user error, or just use what IR wants you to use. I was able to get a replacement tool free of cost through the warranty process, so I have no complaints about that. I own the W7252 and have never had an issue with it. The light on this thing is still second to none, and it's cheap, so it's more powerful than the tool truck brand guns. The plastic housing seems to be chemical resistant and I use brake clean to wipe the dirt off it. You will definitely need to get used to it. I wouldn't want to be working overhead with it all day. Sometimes it will spin a tie rod nut instead of running it on or off. There are not many tools in the iQV20 lineup. I think the multi-power modes would be useful for a smaller tool, I haven't used them as much as I would have liked. The battery life is not included in the pros/cons because it depends on what you are using it for. I like to keep it above 50% since there is a drop off in power when it gets low.
There is resilience. The steel hammer case is made to protect the tool from harsh environments. It provides maximum productivity by removing stubborn and high Torque Fasteners up to 2X faster than the competition. The most compact High Torque Impact Wrench is 8.39" in length. The drive control has a bolt removal mode. The bolt removal mode provides maximum nut- busting Torque to break the fastening and slows to 750rpm for more control. Power is fade-free in extreme jobsite conditions. Power is fade-free in extreme jobsite conditions.
👤I am not a fan of battery powered things. This thing is legit. I have removed all the nuts and balancers from the dump truck. Abuse this thing. It is more reliable than any of my employees.
👤There was damage to the package. The Impact tool came with no battery. No battery or change...
👤I love this thing so much that I think it's too much. The mechanic had a hard time getting the lugs off with a gun after I put them on my friend's truck. I own other impact guns and did a lot of research before buying this one. Yes, it is worth it...
👤When impact came, I was so disappointed. I opened the box and there was noCharging device. Who sells a package without a charge? How are you supposed to use it? Mo money... Not a good idea.
👤My first impact gun, so not a lot to compare it to. The cow does a crank. There is a serious piece of hardware. I love it so far.
👤I own my own cars. I needed to make a difference. Milwaukee was highly recommended. I own a Milwaukee impact. The removal of seized lug nuts is boring. Can't say the same with other brand impacts. I invested 3 bills. It took me a long time to save. I think my tool set is close to completion. Milwaukee products are recommended to all do-it-yourselfers.
👤There is a pattern emerging with other buyers. The item I bought says it has an impact driver and battery. The battery was not in the shipment. It looks like this is a way to get you to buy it. Very disappointed.
👤If it is not going to come with a battery, don't say that it is going to come with a battery.
The BL Brushless Motor is able to run cooler and be more efficient. The motor has a power of 8.5 Amps. The bolt Torque is rated at 2500rpm speed and 2700 IPM impact rate. 1/2 in. The hog ring on the anvil is heavy duty and can be used for secure sockets. The electric impact wrench is made of all-metal gear and has a high impact housing to stand up to heavy shop abuse. The switch is easy one-handed and the grip is rubber. The rubber nose has a lightweight high impact housing. The rubber nose has a lightweight high impact housing.
👤This item is not worth anything. It wouldn't break the Honda Accord's lug nuts on the first use. I didn't try it on my Jeep. It would stop after a couple of hits. I had to stop and try again. It did this many times. When it finally started hitting, it wouldn't break any of the bolts. I had to break them loose with a wrench and then run them off with the unit. The unit got so hot I couldn't hold on to it. The heat was transferred through the extension and into the impact sockets. I couldn't hold on to any of it after four wheels, and it was so hot that I had to use a wrench to break it loose. I don't recommend buying this unit.
👤The electric impact wrench I bought was a backup for my Kobalt 350. The first time I used the Enertwist, it became my go-to impact wrench. It removes the 140 foot/pound lug nuts from my car in less than a second. The Enertwist doesn't over Torque the lugs. A properly adjusted wrench finishes the job. My 330Ci BMW has 72 foot/pound lugs, which is child's play for this wrench. The impact wrench is branded as Bauer. The cost of the red wrench is more than that of the Enertwist. Be prepared to release the gun.
👤The crank bolt was taken off with the regular 22mm impact sockets. I'm really glad I have this wrench. It gives me peace of mind to have a tool like this for back up or to save time, because I still break things by hand. I would buy it again if I didn't already have it. It's the same thing. It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing There is a difference. The electric impact wrench is 1/2 inch. The Mofeez 77090 19mm balancer is for Honda. I wanted to remove the crank pulley bolt from the Accord. It was the cheapest at the time, so I went with it. Mofeez was the cheapest at the time. The breaker bar has extentions. Too much slop with extentions. The impact is 19mm. Mofeez Weighted 19mm sockets are not included. No Enertwist Impact + Mofeez Weighted 19mm sockets + heating the bolt. I think it's still worth it if you buy the impact and weighted sockets and propane to break the crank bolt. I might not use this impact again.
👤I bought a cheap impact wrench last year. It wasn't good. It didn't do anything. I don't think the Chicago pile took one bolt off. I have never experienced an electric v air impact. I assumed all electric was sucked. I saw Harbor Freight sell a brand that looked better and had more Torque than before. Got me thinking. I looked up that wrench here. This is a different color and a different name. It was much cheaper than Harbor Freight was selling it. I got it. This thing is amazing. I was questioning why I never had one of these before. I work on cars. Nothing will do the job if this thing can't do it. I hope it lasts longer than average stuff. The other Chicago crap never took off a single bolt when it worked.
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