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RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Battery

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Battery

hey guys...

i believe both of these are more or less the same with brushed motor, with 300 ft./lbs. of torque and up to 3,200 impacts per minute... so its no brainer to pick the 1 comes with 4.0 battery, while the bare tool costs the same price. happy victoria day everyone.

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impact wrench and 4.0 kit (P1833)
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001170239

impact wrench tool only (P261)
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1000672279
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Jun 21, 2003
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300ft/lbs seems pretty low for a 1/2” impact driver.
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Mar 4, 2006
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Ottawa
It may seem low but if you are using it to changes now tires on light trucks and cars then it’s a godsend.


It makes quick work of every lug but I’ve ever thrown at it.

If you are in the Ryobi system and do your own tire changes it’s a no brainer
Newbie
Dec 7, 2018
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I have had the ryobi unit for a year and it hasn't had any challenge with lug nuts. I used to have the mastercraft corded impact wrench, and the Ryobi is a huge improvement.

If you are already in the Ryobi ecosystem it's a good deal.
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Sep 26, 2016
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Recently, homedepot takes forever to ship anything to me. Once I had to cancel the order after 2 weeks waiting, and now waiting another order for 10 days already. Has anyone experience the same thing?
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Depends what you’re looking for. I wouldn’t say that is comparable if you’re looking for a higher torque impact that is 1/2” socket.
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Markham
Upgraded to this model since it works perfectly for my biannual tire change and since I’m already invested in the Ryobi ecosystem.
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Jun 24, 2012
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Hamilton
Too bad it doesn't come with a HP battery, or even a Lithium+. If your well invested in the Ryobi ecosystem you're probably trying to replace all your standard lithium batteries with better ones by now. Sure it's 4 amp hour but I'd never grab this battery over a Lithium+ one. Even for low power requirement tools I'd grab a lighter 1.2ah over this.

Good deal for those who don't have many batteries though or for someone who wanted to split the cost which I would gladly do :)
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Feb 8, 2006
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Bought this when it was on sale for 138 earlier this year (or was it late last year?) and it was a great deal at that time. i sold the battery and the charger as i have plenty of both for $90 so got this quite cheap.

I used it to change tires on both of my vehicles, an SUV and a Sedan, and it didnt hesitate. lent it to my neighbour to handle his cars and it works great. Last year i used the Ryobi Brushless impact DRILL with a the 1/2" adaptor and it definitely struggles to break the nuts free.
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Nov 30, 2009
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I think it was 128$ three weeks ago when I was still debating if i needed one. I would have bought it if it had the improved/newer battery.
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Can you tighten the lug nuts enough with this? and can you remove them with this without first loosening by hand?
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Samshares wrote: Can you tighten the lug nuts enough with this? and can you remove them with this without first loosening by hand?
I wouldn't tighten your lug nuts with this since you can not set the torque you need. Your vehicle has a specific torque value to be used with your tires and you should be torquing to that value, not just whatever value your impact driver will do. You can get a torque wrench for cheap at Princess Auto to properly tighten your tires.
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simplypop wrote: i always felt all these "lifetime warranty" were meaningless. has any ever taken up ridgid on the claims?
It is absolutely NOT meaningless. If you use your cordless tools a lot it is not a matter of "if" your batteries will wear down but "when". I have replaced 2 batteries a long while ago and it was straight forward. I am presently awaiting my replacement work light that simply took a phone call to have a replacement sent. If you search you will see many people have had batteries replaced which is one of the biggest wins of the LSA.
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Feb 8, 2007
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Richhy wrote: Too bad it doesn't come with a HP battery, or even a Lithium+.
(1) P118 IntelliPort charger, (1) P197 HP 4.0 Ah battery, (1) tool bag, and an operator's manual
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ChicoQuente wrote: I wouldn't tighten your lug nuts with this since you can not set the torque you need. Your vehicle has a specific torque value to be used with your tires and you should be torquing to that value, not just whatever value your impact driver will do. You can get a torque wrench for cheap at Princess Auto to properly tighten your tires.
Enough said. Please follow the instruction provided by this fellow member. You definitely need a torque wrench to tighten up ur wheels (cannot over tighten or too loose). If you have no idea pls take it to garage to do it for u bud.

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