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Bosch Freak 18V 2-in-1 Cordless Bit & Socket Impact Driver Kit (GDX18V-1600B)

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[Canadian Tire] Bosch Freak 18V 2-in-1 Cordless Bit & Socket Impact Driver Kit (GDX18V-1600B)

Kit includes: impact driver, 18V 2.0Ah lithium-ion SlimPack battery, charger and a carry bag

Compared to Rona/RenoDepot/HomeDepot this is the lowest price.

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that’s the basic one and had been this price quite often.
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Langley
can this take off lugs from cars for tire changes?
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You'll need an impact wrench, not an impact driver for that
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maxgohan wrote: You'll need an impact wrench, not an impact driver for that
This is both an impact driver and wrench.

I've had the very first version (IDH182) and it couldn't take my lugs that are torqued to 82lbs off.
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BeaverLiquor wrote: I've had the very first version (IDH182) and it couldn't take my lugs that are torqued to 82lbs off.
I have the IDH182 (a couple actually) and it has no problems with 100ft.lbs lug nuts - even after a winter season. I use a 4.0Ah battery. The tool under performs with a 2.0Ah battery.
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Every thread people harp on taking off lug nuts, these aren't designed for it. They are meant for tradesperson to use as impact driver that also can take a socket directly for the occasional hex bolts. Something with enough torque to take off lugs easily would be completely unusable as an impact driver, not to mention the significantly added weight/size for people who slings it all day long.

For its designed purpose it works great, if you lugs are your primary use get a real impact wrench.
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jzmtl wrote: Every thread people harp on taking off lug nuts, these aren't designed for it. They are meant for tradesperson to use as impact driver that also can take a socket directly for the occasional hex bolts. Something with enough torque to take off lugs easily would be completely unusable as an impact driver, not to mention the significantly added weight/size for people who slings it all day long.

For its designed purpose it works great, if you lugs are your primary use get a real impact wrench.
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