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[Home Depot] Ridgid Brushless 3/8 Impact Wrench $100 YMMV

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[Home Depot] Ridgid Brushless 3/8 Impact Wrench $100 YMMV

Hi all,

Seen this Ridgid 3/8 impact wrench on clearance. YMMV as I have not seen this at other stores.

They also have many other items/ tools on clearance!

Address: 50 Kirkham Dr, Markham, ON L3S 4K7

*Tool only, no battery*
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That's a lot of clearance tools. My stores never have this.
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noodles wrote: That's a lot of clearance tools. My stores never have this.
Agreed, my first time seeing this!
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Great find. I hope I can meet a situation like this.
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Thanks OP!

Checked my store (Sudbury, #7022) for clearance and managed to get a Ridgid hammer drill (model: R8611506B) for $44.75 + tax lol hopefully I can get the LSA on it. There was also a Ridgid SDS Hammer Drill for $125.75, didn’t check the model #.

A couple Dewalt and Milwaukee tools as well, but markdowns weren’t as steep. Maybe only $15-25 off regular price.
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Wow what a steal! Were there any more? I have family up there that could hopefully go grab me one
NotJoPapa wrote: Thanks OP!

Checked my store (Sudbury, #7022) for clearance and managed to get a Ridgid hammer drill (model: R8611506B) for $44.75 + tax lol hopefully I can get the LSA on it. There was also a Ridgid SDS Hammer Drill for $125.75, didn’t check the model #.

A couple Dewalt and Milwaukee tools as well, but markdowns weren’t as steep. Maybe only $15-25 off regular price.
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OP which section of the store is this located?
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Maybe it is common for stores just re-opened. I have a few items need to return. Might check it out as well.
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jvrizzle wrote: OP which section of the store is this located?

They have 2 clearance sections. One is in the middle of the store beside customer service and the Ridgid impact wrench along with other clearance items is located beside the tool rental department, hope this helps!
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Many items where store demos/ displays, some are returns/ repackaged.
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was there any m12 batteries or usb charger on clearance? thx
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In a few days you'll be able to get this impact for $90 with the return trick; though it has been even cheaper with return trick before--$65 or something like that. The rest of that stuff though looks like some good deals to be found in there.
NotJoPapa wrote: Thanks OP!

Checked my store (Sudbury, #7022) for clearance and managed to get a Ridgid hammer drill (model: R8611506B) for $44.75 + tax lol hopefully I can get the LSA on it.
R8611506 for that price is an insane deal! You can't even find this thing in Canada period, never mind for that price!
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I have the previous version of the 3/8" impact wrench that was on clearance last year and love it. Over 200 ft.-lbs. so no trouble with lugnuts.

What's the ft.-lbs. rating on this subcompact?
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Inno wrote: I have the previous version of the 3/8" impact wrench that was on clearance last year and love it. Over 200 ft.-lbs. so no trouble with lugnuts.

What's the ft.-lbs. rating on this subcompact?
I believe it’s about the same. Takes the 150ft lbs lugs off my truck with a couple seconds of rattle. Pretty powerful.
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Is that rigid better then the m12 stubby. Tia

If u take of lugs on rear drivers tire on incline .. What wheels do u need to chock.. Thx
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mikka2017 wrote: Is that rigid better then the m12 stubby. Tia

If u take of lugs on rear drivers tire on incline .. What wheels do u need to chock.. Thx
Project Farm tested them in a recent video and the M12 was the most powerful of all, which was very impressive considering it's only 12V. But the Ridgid was a close second in terms of power, and is more affordable.

If you are only lifting one corner of the car, chock the farthest wheel (diagonal and on the opposite side). So for lifting the rear driver's side, chock the front passenger's side. If you're lifting the entire rear of the car, I'd chock both front wheels just to be extra safe.
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Oh man I'm so jealous of the hammer drill for $44. I've never even seen one in a store. There aren't even any in ebay right now.
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NotJoPapa wrote: Thanks OP!

Checked my store (Sudbury, #7022) for clearance and managed to get a Ridgid hammer drill (model: R8611506B) for $44.75 + tax lol hopefully I can get the LSA on it. There was also a Ridgid SDS Hammer Drill for $125.75, didn’t check the model #.

A couple Dewalt and Milwaukee tools as well, but markdowns weren’t as steep. Maybe only $15-25 off regular price.

Wow hot price on that 18v octane gen5xhammer drill. No stock GTA!

Op impact for 100$ can't add to cart online maybe instore price only HD sku
1001528347 reg 139$...lots of stock
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Inno wrote: I have the previous version of the 3/8" impact wrench that was on clearance last year and love it. Over 200 ft.-lbs. so no trouble with lugnuts.

What's the ft.-lbs. rating on this subcompact?
While some testing has shown the Octane 3/8s (R86239B) to be able to do the kind of busting torque you're talking about, I was not able to reach that with mine, with a 4Ah non-Octane battery, anyway. In my experience and testing, with the ones I have, the subcompact (R87207B) beats the R86239 in busting torque when both have the same 4Ah battery equipped.

Because it's more compact it basically supersedes the R86239B, making it mostly irrelevant. I only kept my R86239 because I got it at such a good deal with the battery and charger, and it allows me to have a 2Ah battery (which came in the kit), which is smaller and lighter than the higher-cap batteries. I have all four of the common Ridgid brushless impacts--subcompact, Octane 3/8th, mid-torque 1/2", high-torque 1/2". The one that stays in the box is the R86239 because with the subcompact it really serves no purpose IMO. The R86239 is the weakest (again in my experience, YMMV) and in fact it's also beaten by the M12 2564 I have.

That said, I wouldn't bother adding the R87207 for $100 if your R86239 is already doing what you need it to perfectly fine.

Also it seems I made a mistake in my comment above... It's not the 3/8" sub-compact that will be in the upcoming Ridid event for $90 with hack, it's actually the new R87208B, which is the 1/2" drive version of the same tool. Now in the previous promo when the R87207 was at the price it was with the hack...well at that price point it was really an incredible value. Still the R87208 will be the more appropriate a tool for removing lugs though, with the larger drive--lugnuts being RFD favourite measure of an impact wrench. Almost like the "but can it run Crysis" of impact wrenches here on RFD :lol: But honestly for lugs, get an R86011B in the upcoming promo. Typically you have tons of room to work with when taking off wheel lugs, no need to have a compact tool here. And the R86011B makes the sub-compact, as good as it is, look like a toy. The mid-torque is much quicker, more powerful, and much better suited for that job IMO.

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