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[Home Depot] Buy a Ryobi 2 x 3Ah battery kit and get a free bare tool

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[Home Depot] Buy a Ryobi 2 x 3Ah battery kit and get a free bare tool

Looks like it's a similar deal as the Rigid and Milwaukee promotions going on.

RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion LITHIUM+ Battery Starter Kit with (2) 3.0 Ah Batteries, Rapid Charger, and Bag

Model # P166|Store SKU # 1001133738

PROMOTIONS APPLY

Buy one RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion LITHIUM+ Battery Starter Kit with (2) 3.0 Ah Batteries, Rapid Charger, and Bag (1001133738),
Get one of these FREE: RYOBI Bare Tool.

While quantities last. Limited time only. *Both items must be added to cart to qualify for this offer.

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Is the Ryobi 3/8" strong enough to remove lug nuts for tire changes?
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simplypop wrote: Is the Ryobi 3/8" strong enough to remove lug nuts for tire changes?
Not likely. I have a 3/8 and bought a 1/2.
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Ah too bad, the Brad nailer is excluded. Still waiting to see if the 2.0 + charger promo with the Brad nailer will be restocked...

I’m exclusively in the Milwaukee m12/m18 line but can’t justify the steep price for the Milwaukee Gen 2 Brad Nailer when the Ryobi got great reviews.
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simplypop wrote: Is the Ryobi 3/8" strong enough to remove lug nuts for tire changes?
It says 150 ft-lb. This is compared to the 12v Milwaukee stubby's 3/8" 250 ft-lb which has no hesitation so far for me.

If you torqued your wheel nuts yourself to the proper 90 ft-lb for most cars there's a decent chance it'll be able to take them off.
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ODoyleRulz wrote: Ah too bad, the Brad nailer is excluded. Still waiting to see if the 2.0 + charger promo with the Brad nailer will be restocked...

I’m exclusively in the Milwaukee m12/m18 line but can’t justify the steep price for the Milwaukee Gen 2 Brad Nailer when the Ryobi got great reviews.
I’m in the same situation, no way I’m paying $400 for the Milwaukee nailer when the well reviewed ryobi is under $100, and I also got the ryobi jigsaw for about $50 so I guess I’ll have both systems now
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Dec 18, 2018
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simplypop wrote: Oh really. That's an impact driver, which one is better, impact wrench or driver for tires?
My driver doesn’t have enough torque for the lug nuts. My opinion, you can use a torque wrench or impact driver providing it has enough foot pounds required.
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simplypop wrote: Oh really. That's an impact driver, which one is better, impact wrench or driver for tires?
Impact wrench for sure, no loss due to hex converter flexing.
Unless you have the brushless impact driver which may have enough oomphs
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does anyone have a comparison of the promo 3ah HD battery vs the 4ah p108 battery?
the googly searches compares specs only. no real life comparison.
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I just changed my wheels for the winter. I have the p234g impact driver and doesn't have enough power to remove 80ft lbs lug nuts. I had to use my breaker bar to loose them up.
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Not sure if this is a great deal or not. If you need one of those tools and multiple batteries is good, but I think if you shop Black Friday sales you may get better discounts.
desstiny wrote: does anyone have a comparison of the promo 3ah HD battery vs the 4ah p108 battery?
the googly searches compares specs only. no real life comparison.
What info are you looking for in a comparison? It’s 3 vs 4 ah, so the 4 would have 33%more capacity than the 3.

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