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[Home Depot] MAKITA 12V Max 1.5Ah Lithium-ion (2-Piece) cordless tool combo $79.60 Free shipping. YMMV.

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[Home Depot] MAKITA 12V Max 1.5Ah Lithium-ion (2-Piece) cordless tool combo $79.60 Free shipping. YMMV.

YMMV as you need to choose Gloucester as your store to get the pricing in the title. Happy hunting.
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Thanks OP. Great deal on this little set!
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Change your home store to Gloucester. Then you will see the price in your cart.
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Mind my ignorance here. Will the impact be usable on tire lug nuts ?
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PriceHunter wrote: Mind my ignorance here. Will the impact be usable on tire lug nuts ?
No, too small for that job, this is designed to drive screws
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PriceHunter wrote: Mind my ignorance here. Will the impact be usable on tire lug nuts ?
get a breaker bar to loosen the nuts and then use an impact driver or drill with socket attachment to unscrew. makes the job of seasonally changing tire super fast. i havent felt the need to buy an impact wrench yet.
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has anyone found this price at another store?
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PriceHunter wrote: Mind my ignorance here. Will the impact be usable on tire lug nuts ?
What is it with peoples obsession here with using impact tools for lug nuts. A length of pipe breaks them free in half a second and you'll save what, 5 seconds using a tool to get them off the threads after that?
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What is it with peoples obsession here with using impact tools for lug nuts. A length of pipe breaks them free in half a second and you'll save what, 5 seconds using a tool to get them off the threads after that?
I used to do that but with the cheapo mcguard wheel locks being so shallow the key has begun to strip unless you apply direct pressure inline to the lugs
I have cheap replacement lugs on order, dealership wanted my first born and a second mortgage for a normal replacement sent

PriceHunter wrote: Mind my ignorance here. Will the impact be usable on tire lug nuts ?
lifeisfuneh wrote: No, too small for that job, this is designed to drive screws
FWIW My dad's milwaukee impact driver has no problems pulling off lugs
Again I have no issue with the breaker bar, but free access to tools, why not :P
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BinaryJay wrote: What is it with peoples obsession here with using impact tools for lug nuts. A length of pipe breaks them free in half a second and you'll save what, 5 seconds using a tool to get them off the threads after that?
Not an obsession my friend, I always use the car provided breaker and jack to open the lug nuts fully and lock them once replaced the winter tires and vise versa, nice to know if there is something to help out the process as I get older.
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pnyknights wrote: I used to do that but with the cheapo mcguard wheel locks being so shallow the key has begun to strip unless you apply direct pressure inline to the lugs
I have cheap replacement lugs on order, dealership wanted my first born and a second mortgage for a normal replacement sent
The last time I had a wheel lock just shatter while still on the hub while removing it I just replaced all of them with regular lugs and forgot about them. If we're honest with ourselves we know that these "locks" don't actually lock anything anyway.

Lexus/Toyota dealerships will sell new lug nuts for $1 each... so I usually just use 'em until they look like hell and then get new ones there. The winter ones are practically sacrificial.

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