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likesdeals wrote: In case nobody's mentioned it yet. For the Rigid battery promo it's not possible to do a partial return if you order on-line. Buying the the same 2 items in-store, however, as people have mentioned you can return just the starter battery kit.
My local HD refused to give me the bonus battery/charger kit because I bought my impact wrench on sale two weeks ago, rather than full price! They "don't stack promotions" I was told! Anyone else run into this? Are there other Toronto locations who won't pull this stunt?
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I'm looking to get an impact wrench, preferably a stubby one to use around cars to quickly remove bolts, screws etc.
I already have a 12V Porter Cable kit for around the house stuff, but that's not powerful enough for car work. I also have a 7.5A electric impact wrench, which works well for wheel bolts.
I'm kind of overwhelmed by the choices and deals in this thread between all the quality kits like Milwaukee/Dewalt/Makita/Ridgid. Any quick recommendations on what to grab to get started?
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Inno wrote: My local HD refused to give me the bonus battery/charger kit because I bought my impact wrench on sale two weeks ago, rather than full price! They "don't stack promotions" I was told! Anyone else run into this? Are there other Toronto locations who won't pull this stunt?
That does make sense. If the battery/charger kit is worth more than you saved you could always return and buy again
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eljay0 wrote: I'm looking to get an impact wrench, preferably a stubby one to use around cars to quickly remove bolts, screws etc.
I already have a 12V Porter Cable kit for around the house stuff, but that's not powerful enough for car work. I also have a 7.5A electric impact wrench, which works well for wheel bolts.
I'm kind of overwhelmed by the choices and deals in this thread between all the quality kits like Milwaukee/Dewalt/Makita/Ridgid. Any quick recommendations on what to grab to get started?
M12 fuel stubby hands down. Take your pick of anvil sizes, I went with 3/8". The Hamilton Mountain store had them on for $119 last week so you could maybe PM them if the pricing is still the same.

I just finished dissembling the interior of my truck using the M12 stubby and 1/4" ratchet and I would have hated to do it without them.
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bgiles wrote: That does make sense. If the battery/charger kit is worth more than you saved you could always return and buy again
The battery kit has been on sale several times in the past for around $40, so not worth more.

The $149 list price for the battery kit is way out of line when you can buy a kit with tool, two batteries and charger for less. See pic.
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paintballdude05 wrote: M12 fuel stubby hands down. Take your pick of anvil sizes, I went with 3/8". The Hamilton Mountain store had them on for $119 last week so you could maybe PM them if the pricing is still the same.

I just finished dissembling the interior of my truck using the M12 stubby and 1/4" ratchet and I would have hated to do it without them.
Thank you.. My Porter Cable driver is rated for 79 lbs-ft, so perhaps I should try it for a few more times, but it does not seem to have the breaking torque to get started on some nuts/bolts around the car, especially the rusted ones.
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eljay0 wrote: Thank you.. My Porter Cable driver is rated for 79 lbs-ft, so perhaps I should try it for a few more times, but it does not seem to have the breaking torque to get started on some nuts/bolts around the car, especially the rusted ones.
In comparison that 3/8" M12 Fuel Stuby is rated for 250 ft.lbs. Your PC sounds more like an impact driver than an impact wrench. I used my impact driver all the time when wrench. A lot of times I'd have to break the fastener by hand then remove it with the driver.
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Scored 4 ryobi 4ah one+ batteries at $100 in Langford BC
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ovovov wrote: Scored 4 ryobi 4ah one+ batteries at $100 in Langford BC
$100 for all 4?!
A single 9Ah is also $99 but god they are huge, ok for stationary tools like a mitre saw but handheld ouf
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ovovov wrote: Scored 4 ryobi 4ah one+ batteries at $100 in Langford BC
Any sku? Thanks
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ovovov wrote: Scored 4 ryobi 4ah one+ batteries at $100 in Langford BC
Wow! Didn't even know they have a 4 pack available? (Last deal I saw here was the 4 x 2ah for $35.70?)

Any SKU ?
I can't afford to save that much!
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deals46 wrote: Wow! Didn't even know they have a 4 pack available? (Last deal I saw here was the 4 x 2ah for $35.70?)

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4x 1.3Ah, the 2Ah is superior and newer (higher capacity and higher discharge)
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Daijoubu wrote: 4x 1.3Ah, the 2Ah is superior and newer (higher capacity and higher discharge)
My bad... I meant the 4-pack of 1.2Ah batteries that they had on clearance for $35.70(?).
Model #P181 (4 x P102)
I can't afford to save that much!
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deals46 wrote: My bad... I meant the 4-pack of 1.2Ah batteries that they had on clearance for $35.70(?).
Model #P181 (4 x P102)
Damn when was this and what location?? I'm subscribed to this thread how did I miss this lol
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