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Mastercraft 7.5A Impact Wrench - $39.99

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Feb 10, 2013
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If you add a filer can get 10$ CT Money back

I had spend 40$ get 10$ CT Money
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GuiCR12 wrote: If you add a filer can get 10$ CT Money back

I had spend 40$ get 10$ CT Money
Wow, took me a while... I'm like "what the F is a filer". ohhhh... you mean filler. LOL
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Nov 4, 2018
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Niagara, ON
I have one of these, does the trick for changing winter tires!
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Nov 4, 2008
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North York
Any recommended socket set to go with this?
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Aug 16, 2005
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Got same one years ago and makes changing tires on both cars a breeze.
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Moncton
jerschwab wrote: Wow, took me a while... I'm like "what the F is a filer". ohhhh... you mean filler. LOL
Ahahahah my bad!
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Dec 6, 2012
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Toronto
Price is ok, but this thing is too heavy, uncomfortable to hold in one hand; motor is brushed and it's only one speed, not variable, so everytime you press the button it zooms to full speed instantly.
I returned it and got a 18V Ridgid one instead.
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GuiCR12 wrote: If you add a filer can get 10$ CT Money back

I had spend 40$ get 10$ CT Money
any recommend fillers?
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torwizard wrote: Price is ok, but this thing is too heavy, uncomfortable to hold in one hand; motor is brushed and it's only one speed, not variable, so everytime you press the button it zooms to full speed instantly.
I returned it and got a 18V Ridgid one instead.
Yeah for atleast double the price
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torwizard wrote: Price is ok, but this thing is too heavy, uncomfortable to hold in one hand; motor is brushed and it's only one speed, not variable, so everytime you press the button it zooms to full speed instantly.
I returned it and got a 18V Ridgid one instead.
i love the 18V Ridgid one...ever since i got it this spring...I have been using for swapping tires for many cars...i even ask my friends to come over and I will swap for free...LOL...

however, i am thinking to get this too..just in case the Ridgid stop working one day...as a backup
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kiasu wrote: i love the 18V Ridgid one...ever since i got it this spring...I have been using for swapping tires for many cars...i even ask my friends to come over and I will swap for free...LOL...

however, i am thinking to get this too..just in case the Ridgid stop working one day...as a backup
That's what LSA is for...Slightly Smiling Face
The Ridgid may actually easily outlast this Mastercraft too, based on many reviews stating that it died after one tire swapFace With Tears Of Joy
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Moncton
kiasu wrote: any recommend fillers?
Not really, I just grab Bubly Sodastream flavouring because that’s something we use.

Also don’t forget Rakuten
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torwizard wrote: That's what LSA is for...Slightly Smiling Face
The Ridgid may actually easily outlast this Mastercraft too, based on many reviews stating that it died after one tire swapFace With Tears Of Joy
i know...i like the LSA...but i have to take it into the situation what happen when i am on second tire and it stop working...then it will be FML that time...
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GuiCR12 wrote: If you add a filer can get 10$ CT Money back

I had spend 40$ get 10$ CT Money
by the way, where do you see get 10$ CT Money back when spend $40? is it personal or for all?
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torwizard wrote: Price is ok, but this thing is too heavy, uncomfortable to hold in one hand; motor is brushed and it's only one speed, not variable, so everytime you press the button it zooms to full speed instantly.
I returned it and got a 18V Ridgid one instead.
Yea for aLot more.

I told my wife a couple years ago why buy that chevy malibu when a hellcat is so much better. Different ballpark I spent 4 times more then the Malibu. Point is that ridgid would be alot better but more $$ different class
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kiasu wrote: i know...i like the LSA...but i have to take it into the situation what happen when i am on second tire and it stop working...then it will be FML that time...
Impact wrench is nice-to-have for tire changes, not a necessity. You only need a breaker barSlightly Smiling Face
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Thanks OP, bought this.

Been manually taking out and putting back in lug bolts for the longest time. **** that now!
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torwizard wrote: Impact wrench is nice-to-have for tire changes, not a necessity. You only need a breaker barSlightly Smiling Face
Not a necessity, but it makes life so much nicer like blending a smoothie with a hand whisk versus using a blender. Takes like 3 seconds to brappp a lugnut off. It's hard going back to a breaker bar.

If just using for tire changes, I'd just get an extended length black socket in the size you need. I have a full set too that was on sale, but I just use 19 mm for my GM car. Mazda takes a 21 mm iirc. Make sure to use a torque wrench to tighten lugnuts up and don't use the impact wrench.
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