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[Home Depot] Milwaukee impact wrench 2767-20

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee impact wrench 2767-20

Home Depot has the Milwaukee fuel impact wrench (tool only) on clearance for 191 (regular 319). Got it at the Brampton location at highway 410 and bovaird. There were a couple left when I was there this morning.
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1400 ft lbs of torque, wow. Looks like a sweet impact.
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Own one, it's awesome. Great price if you can find one.
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Any chance you have/can read the SKU in the original picture? Would love to grab one of these at that price if I can find one.
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Solsearchin1 wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 12:01 am
1400 ft lbs of torque, wow. Looks like a sweet impact.
1000 ft lbs actual torque. 1400 ft lbs is the "nut busting" torque for which there is no standardized measure.

Still, I'd love to pick one up!
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Thanks OP - raced out and got one from London North!! Not all locations carry and if anybody wants to phone around the number you need is: 1001-088011
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Regular price in Toronto according to store I called (Gerrard) .
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Too bad I just got the ryobi, which is quite wimpy (300ft-lbs) compared to this! Would have snapped this up. Anyone know if the 700ft-lbs was verified in testing? Seems like quite a bit given the size.
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Good deal for those with the Milwaukee battery system. Paid about the same for my DeWalt version, I use mine at work and around the house/garage.
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I had a broad check on the computer. Nothing in GTA. The odd store may have 1 but it was listed at 269
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MANGLER wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 11:21 am
Too bad I just got the ryobi, which is quite wimpy (300ft-lbs) compared to this! Would have snapped this up. Anyone know if the 700ft-lbs was verified in testing? Seems like quite a bit given the size.
The rockwell wrench i have is only 210 ft lbs...! That being said, what kind of job requires that kind of torque (700 ft lbs)?
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FriendlyDealer wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 12:37 pm
The rockwell wrench i have is only 210 ft lbs...! That being said, what kind of job requires that kind of torque (700 ft lbs)?
I also own a Rockwell impact and like it's compact size but sometimes wish it had more power. What kind of job requires 700 ft/lbs? Automobile suspension work that involves rusted nuts or bolts. I sometimes go to Pick n Pull parts yards and the more power an impact has the better. The trade of of having more power is size and weight.
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I use the older version with 1100ft/lbs of torque.
It worked very hard to remove the axle nut when replacing CV axles of RAV4. Even though I lubricated the nut, the was smoking from the friction(winter time in cold garage). Absolutely essential tool, gets the job done.

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