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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 Fuel 3/8 impact wrench kit $149

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 Fuel 3/8 impact wrench kit $149

I saw this at the port Coquitlam home depot in bc.

It's the older impact wrench. Not stubby. Model 2454-22. Sku 1000-683598

But the kit comes with 2 2 amp batteries, a charger and a case

It shows 259 on the website but it's signed for 149. I see around 20 on the shelf.

I came in to get the 3/8 stubby which the guy priced matched Hamilton mountain for 119. They seemed pretty busy so barely bothered to check that Hamilton mountain was in Ontario. YMMV of course
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Seriously just the impact wrench...!? About a year ago, manages to pick up the drill and impact kit along with a bonus 4ah battery for $99. It was mislabeled!
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commanderding wrote: Seriously just the impact wrench...!? About a year ago, manages to pick up the drill and impact kit along with a bonus 4ah battery for $99. It was mislabeled!
You probably got the impact driver, no the automotive 3/8s impact. Two different beasts.
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didn't even know Hamilton one was back in stock... better head there today and get one
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joe047 wrote: I saw this at the port Coquitlam home depot in bc.

It's the older impact wrench. Not stubby. Model 2454-22. Sku 1000-683598

But the kit comes with 2 2 amp batteries, a charger and a case

It shows 259 on the website but it's signed for 149. I see around 20 on the shelf.

I came in to get the 3/8 stubby which the guy priced matched Hamilton mountain for 119. They seemed pretty busy so barely bothered to check that Hamilton mountain was in Ontario. YMMV of course
See other Rfd post bcfasteners-com-milwaukee-m12-fuel-3-8- ... 9-2306533/
That's an impact driver not impact wrench. Completely different tool.

Please edit the original post.

Edit: Oops my mistake. It is an old style wrench that looks like a driver in the pics, nothing like a stubbie.
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Inno wrote: That's an impact driver not impact wrench. Completely different tool.

Please edit the original post.
No.... The item in my post is an impact wrench. Look at the pics. I have both impact driver and impact wrench. I know the difference
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joe047 wrote: No.... The item in my post is an impact wrench. Look at the pics. I have both impact driver and impact wrench. I know the difference
You're right! From the photo and price it looked like the current impact driver.

I just now zoomed in on the fine print in the pic and saw "wrench". My apologies. I've never seen one of these old ones before
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Would you recommend this older one? (And what is it's successor, if this is the older one? Is it the 2554-20?) I do not have any M12 tools yet. I work on my car(s) a lot, I do use my M18 Fuel Impact Driver as an impact wrench, but a lot of times it's too big.
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jerrypaulick wrote: Would you recommend this older one? (And what is it's successor, if this is the older one? Is it the 2554-20?) I do not have any M12 tools yet. I work on my car(s) a lot, I do use my M18 Fuel Impact Driver as an impact wrench, but a lot of times it's too big.
I would not recommend this older one, the specs put it at only 1400in/lbs which is only about 115ft/lbs of torque. The fuel stubby impact model 2554-20 is rated for twice as much torque (250ft/lbs)
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jerrypaulick wrote: Would you recommend this older one? (And what is it's successor, if this is the older one? Is it the 2554-20?) I do not have any M12 tools yet. I work on my car(s) a lot, I do use my M18 Fuel Impact Driver as an impact wrench, but a lot of times it's too big.
breakaway torque is ~120 ft-lb, tightening torque is ~80 ft-lb with impact rated sockets

It depends on your needs, it seems to be okay if you don't own a truck or have rusty lugs/wheel studs.

The best deal is the M12 3/8 stubby at $119 but the $30 difference is two 2.0 batteries.

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