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[Home Depot] Milwaukee impact wrench 2767-20

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee impact wrench 2767-20

Home Depot has the Milwaukee fuel impact wrench (tool only) on clearance for 191 (regular 319). Got it at the Brampton location at highway 410 and bovaird. There were a couple left when I was there this morning.
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1400 ft lbs of torque, wow. Looks like a sweet impact.
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Own one, it's awesome. Great price if you can find one.
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Any chance you have/can read the SKU in the original picture? Would love to grab one of these at that price if I can find one.
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Solsearchin1 wrote: 1400 ft lbs of torque, wow. Looks like a sweet impact.
1000 ft lbs actual torque. 1400 ft lbs is the "nut busting" torque for which there is no standardized measure.

Still, I'd love to pick one up!
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Thanks OP - raced out and got one from London North!! Not all locations carry and if anybody wants to phone around the number you need is: 1001-088011
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Regular price in Toronto according to store I called (Gerrard) .
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Too bad I just got the ryobi, which is quite wimpy (300ft-lbs) compared to this! Would have snapped this up. Anyone know if the 700ft-lbs was verified in testing? Seems like quite a bit given the size.
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Good deal for those with the Milwaukee battery system. Paid about the same for my DeWalt version, I use mine at work and around the house/garage.
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I had a broad check on the computer. Nothing in GTA. The odd store may have 1 but it was listed at 269
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MANGLER wrote: Too bad I just got the ryobi, which is quite wimpy (300ft-lbs) compared to this! Would have snapped this up. Anyone know if the 700ft-lbs was verified in testing? Seems like quite a bit given the size.
The rockwell wrench i have is only 210 ft lbs...! That being said, what kind of job requires that kind of torque (700 ft lbs)?
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FriendlyDealer wrote: The rockwell wrench i have is only 210 ft lbs...! That being said, what kind of job requires that kind of torque (700 ft lbs)?
I also own a Rockwell impact and like it's compact size but sometimes wish it had more power. What kind of job requires 700 ft/lbs? Automobile suspension work that involves rusted nuts or bolts. I sometimes go to Pick n Pull parts yards and the more power an impact has the better. The trade of of having more power is size and weight.
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I use the older version with 1100ft/lbs of torque.
It worked very hard to remove the axle nut when replacing CV axles of RAV4. Even though I lubricated the nut, the was smoking from the friction(winter time in cold garage). Absolutely essential tool, gets the job done.
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FriendlyDealer wrote: The rockwell wrench i have is only 210 ft lbs...! That being said, what kind of job requires that kind of torque (700 ft lbs)?
Heavy equipment.

My rockwell works great for lugs and anything else I need around home
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MANGLER wrote: Too bad I just got the ryobi, which is quite wimpy (300ft-lbs) compared to this! Would have snapped this up. Anyone know if the 700ft-lbs was verified in testing? Seems like quite a bit given the size.
We have a load of these at work and on a fresh battery they'll tighten to about 500ft/lbs. That's verified with a torque wrench

These things are awesome
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I bought the 450ft lb version just before they came out with the newer ones. Love it. Has been a huge help at the wrecking yard I go to. If I find one at this price I wouldn't hesitate.
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Found one in aurora I think there was another one up in the high racks where they got mine from.

Thanks!!
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No luck calling & finding if any stores even carry them in the Vancouver area... Can't find it online, either. Am I doing something wrong here? I have the 2763 (700/1100ft-lb version), but would love to upgrade at this price.

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