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REDONE
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Re: cordless impacts

Postby REDONE » Thu Mar 17, 2016 2:17 pm

Good call Hoot. I had a dewalt and while I did kill it, I killed by using it day after day to run 4" lag bolts into shipping crates. It was a good little unit. I currently have two, a Snap-On and a Craftsman C3. I use the craftsman way more often because I like the lights, but the SO has a little more kutspa if I'm fighting something a little too stuck for the C3.
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Re: cordless impacts

Postby letank » Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:03 pm

letank wrote:3/8 milwaukee 18v here.... pull crankshaft bolt out of automatic asian engine without an hesitation, as well as other idiotic home improv such as garage door springs...


not quite, a few crankshaft bolts did not let go, the 1/2" is way better, a lot more hits per min than the 3/8
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