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[Canadian Tire] Sept 5 - MAXIMUM 8.5A Nut-Busting Impact Wrench, 1/2-in $89

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[Canadian Tire] Sept 5 - MAXIMUM 8.5A Nut-Busting Impact Wrench, 1/2-in $89

Great price on this, I've had one for 3+ years now and am super happy with it.
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Unless your nuts are small and easy to bust, I can't say I've had the same experience with this tool. I have always resorted to using my hands and a breaker bar to bust my bigger, harder nuts. Thing is too awkward to use in tight spaces as well.
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dilligafeh wrote: Unless your nuts are small and easy to bust, I can't say I've had the same experience with this tool. I have always resorted to using my hands and a breaker bar to bust my bigger, harder nuts. Thing is too awkward to use in tight spaces as well.
Definitely not great for tight spaces and smaller nuts that require busting. Face With Tears Of Joy
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I just use my hands for jobs like this
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Tokic_o wrote: The link is showing regular price $229.99 not the $89 sale price?
Thats why the title shows "Sept 5" Winking Face
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mickman wrote: Thats why the title shows "Sept 5" Winking Face
My bad didn't read the title fully. Thanks

Anyone here have experience of this Maximum brand vs the Mastercraft ones? They both have on avg good reviews on the CT website and the Mastercraft ones seem to go for cheaper when on sale.
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Tokic_o wrote: My bad didn't read the title fully. Thanks

Anyone here have experience of this Maximum brand vs the Mastercraft ones? They both have on avg good reviews on the CT website and the Mastercraft ones seem to go for cheaper when on sale.
Mastercraft (blue) one has a cheaper overall feel to it and isn't as strong. If you're doing just wheels and tire changes it will still do the job, though. I felt the extra little bit of money towards the Maximum was well worth it.
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mickman wrote: Mastercraft (blue) one has a cheaper overall feel to it and isn't as strong. If you're doing just wheels and tire changes it will still do the job, though. I felt the extra little bit of money towards the Maximum was well worth it.
If a nut is worth busting, then it's worth busting to the Maximum...
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Great commercial from a couple of years ago to go with it:
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At close to $100 some might want to consider going cordless.
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loulinjai wrote: At close to $100 some might want to consider going cordless.
Nothing at $89 will have the power this does, along with a battery.
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Sicklyslick wrote: I just use my hands for jobs like this
Yes, but are the customers happy with your manual performance ?

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