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[Home Depot] Milwaukee impact wrench 2767-20

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Feb 3, 2012
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WINNIPEG
4 left at kenaston location in Winnipeg. Been wanting one for awhile now. Thanks OP
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Nov 12, 2017
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British columbia
I went to home depot (Prince George) on the weekend and asked for a price match. The young girl at the Customer Service desk was nice and agreed they should price match. One supervisor or assistant manager ( short brown hair lady ) argued saying they dont price match other provinces. Another guy came over, I showed him the picture that was posted ( just the picture not RFD site) ..... he looked up to make sure all the codes matched.. he said good enough for me and signed off on it while the lady argued saying she wouldn’t have done it. So .. it truly is who you talk to. Thanks to the OP as I was able to get a nice impact that I have wanted and saved 135 dollars.
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Nov 24, 2008
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Brampton
i6s1 wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 12:15 am
Hopefully you've got an M18 battery and charger?
Lol yes. I have an m18 recip saw that came with an xc battery. Would be funny if I didn't haha
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Mar 31, 2008
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Airdrie
I currently only have the smaller M18 2.0 batteries. Does anyone have experience using these with the impact wrench? I'm guessing 4.0 or XC5.0 would be ideal. All I do is change over winter tires at this point so just need them to last 16 lugs off and 16 lugs on.
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Feb 5, 2006
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Toronto
mcwilly wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 1:42 pm
I currently only have the smaller M18 2.0 batteries. Does anyone have experience using these with the impact wrench? I'm guessing 4.0 or XC5.0 would be ideal. All I do is change over winter tires at this point so just need them to last 16 lugs off and 16 lugs on.
I use a 2.0 battery with an older M18 impact wrench and easily get a set of wheels done on one battery.
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Dec 20, 2014
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East St Paul, MB
smeean wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 5:06 am
Which location has it?
The Kijiji Home Depot location... a couple popped up this morning
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Toronto
silverbulit306 wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 5:07 pm
The Kijiji Home Depot location... a couple popped up this morning
I see a couple available on Kijiji in Toronto asking around $250. That's not too much over the sale price, once you add tax onto the $191. Hardly worth it for all the running around they needed to do...
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Mar 31, 2008
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Airdrie
Inno wrote:
Feb 13th, 2018 4:43 pm
I use a 2.0 battery with an older M18 impact wrench and easily get a set of wheels done on one battery.
thanks... couldn't find any in my airdrie store though :(
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Jan 21, 2002
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Thanks for the great deal!!

6 left as of 9am at 403/Dundas in Mississauga. No clearance tag on them, but scans at 191.

They are located in the Milwaukee end-of-aisle display.. just look for the numbers 2767-20.
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Jun 12, 2016
418 posts
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Mississauga
So tempted, but what else would a DIY person use this for? I would think the most obvious job is wheel lug removal, but that's all I can think of. I use a breaker bar and a impact driver to loosen.
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Mar 20, 2004
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Mississauga
Any good deals on the battery/charger?
Is Milwaukee good to invest in for other tools compared to other brands?
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Toronto
LauD14 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 11:33 am
So tempted, but what else would a DIY person use this for? I would think the most obvious job is wheel lug removal, but that's all I can think of. I use a breaker bar and a impact driver to loosen.
Its heavy for a DIY tool. It can take off huge rusted bolts etc. You can get an adapter to take 1/4" impact bits but its overkill for that. If you don't know why you need it don't bother. If you frequent scrap yards its a godsend.
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Feb 20, 2012
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KITCHENER
wing0 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 12:03 pm
Any good deals on the battery/charger?
Is Milwaukee good to invest in for other tools compared to other brands?
Arguably the best tool set to invest in, Generally considered best tool for the money, definitely largest selection.

If you are a weekend warrior that isn't doing automotive, I suggest the M12 FUEL set. M18 FUEL set is better for heavy use contractors and automotive, otherwise M12 set is lighter and slightly cheaper.

If you will only use the tools once every few years, M12 regular series is a great price point.
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Langley
wing0 wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 12:03 pm
Any good deals on the battery/charger?
Is Milwaukee good to invest in for other tools compared to other brands?
I think they're a similar quality as DeWalt but the Dewalt stuff goes on sale more often. I got the Dewalt 899 impact, with a charger and two 5ah batteries for $311, which is arguably a better deal than this.

I think if you look back at the drill/driver deals posted here, you'll see Dewalt kits coming up more often.

But you'll certainly see some Milwaukee deals as well.

But if you're looking for tools for lighter use, I love the Milwaukee 12v line because the batteries fit right in the the tool handle. But obviously that's not enough power to run a decent impact, blower, hedge trimmer, etc.

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