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Mastercraft 7.5A Impact Wrench, 1/2-in $53.99 YMMV

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[Canadian Tire] Mastercraft 7.5A Impact Wrench, 1/2-in $53.99 YMMV

Mastercraft 7.5A Impact Wrench, 1/2-in for $53.99.
Regular extra inflated price is $179.99
Last year's sale price was $49.99.

Should be good enough for most. I have an old 3.5 amp one and will only need the breaker bar if the dealership was the one to tighten the lug nuts. If given the choice I'd pick up the 7.5 amp.
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Is it on clearance or just another mastercraft 70% discount? I might be wrong, but I thought all CT's clearance pricing ends in .93

Pretty good price though regardless.
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SizzleChest wrote: Is it on clearance or just another mastercraft 70% discount? I might be wrong, but I thought all CT's clearance pricing ends in .93

Pretty good price though regardless.
You're right, not on clearance. Will update the post.
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Weird, Quebec stores are at regular price. I wasn't aware Canadian Tire had province-specific sales.
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SizzleChest wrote: Is it on clearance or just another mastercraft 70% discount? I might be wrong, but I thought all CT's clearance pricing ends in .93

Pretty good price though regardless.
Yeah it's typical sale price on this. However these electric ones are usually not very powerful. There are some that are, like the HF 8.5A one (can't get HF stuff in Canada though there may be something similar somewhere as they're all just mass-produced in China really). There's also this Mastercraft one:
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/maxi ... 2099p.html

But the other problem with 120V AC ones is that they are huge and therefore become of limited use where space is more restricted. Honestly I would just save your money and put it towards a 18V Rigid, Milwaukee, or Dewalt gun.
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ES_Revenge wrote: Yeah it's typical sale price on this. However these electric ones are usually not very powerful. There are some that are, like the HF 8.5A one (can't get HF stuff in Canada though there may be something similar somewhere as they're all just mass-produced in China really). There's also this Mastercraft one:
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/maxi ... 2099p.html

But the other problem with 120V AC ones is that they are huge and therefore become of limited use where space is more restricted. Honestly I would just save your money and put it towards a 18V Rigid, Milwaukee, or Dewalt gun.
Agreed +1. I have no interest in buying it, but it will handle most lug nuts just fine and for the price, there is nothing else comparable I don't think.

I had the Kobalt electric impact wrench from Lowes and it had ample power for my usage, but I ended up receiving the Ridgid 18V impact wrench as a gift. It was smaller and had at least as much power so the Kobalt found a new home. I really like the auto function on the Ridgid as well where it stops as soon as it gets snug. Great for tightening lugnuts just far enough before finishing them with the torque wrench.
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Have this and bought it around $50.

Pros: Plenty of power for lugnuts, makes things go much faster. Zip zip zip and done. On the box, it says max torque is 240 ft lbs.

Cons: Heavy and bulky, not ideal for tight places. On the box, it says it weighs 7 lbs.

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