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Ryobi P261 impact wrench $65.98 [$99.02 off][UPDATE - $41.25][UPDATE#2 - P261K kit $70 YMMV]

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[Home Depot] Ryobi P261 impact wrench $65.98 [$99.02 off][UPDATE - $41.25][UPDATE#2 - P261K kit $70 YMMV]

Home Depot has the Ryobi P261 impact wrench clearance tagged (orange tags) for $65.98. It's an older brushed model, with 300 ft-lbs torque compared to the more powerful P262 and the newest brushless HP+ tool. That being said, if you've been on the fence about buying an impact wrench just for annual tire changes, this price is hard to beat.

Seen at the West Vancouver store, lots in stock. Online price still reads as $165 as does StockTrack, so YMMV.

UPDATE (16 December): There have been multiple reports in recent days of RfD members successfully purchasing this for an even better price - $41.25. They have been ordering it for in-store pickup and, while the price is $165 online, the confirmation receipt comes as $41.25.

UPDATE#2 (12 February 2022): At the same West Vancouver store, several of the P261K kits (P261 impact wrench, P197 4Ah battery, P118B charger, tool bag) for $70. As with my first post, YMMV.
Last edited by tvisforme on Feb 12th, 2022 7:59 pm, edited 7 times in total.
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Been looking for one. Thanks for the post.
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Is it store specific or west coast only?
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Damnnn. I want but doubt it's on clearance around here.
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petah wrote: Is it store specific or west coast only?
No idea, sorry, I just happened upon it when I was in Home Depot about half an hour ago. There are at least a dozen at the West Vancouver store, new in boxes (ie not returns or damaged stock) and there is stock in other Metro Vancouver stores.
DogeMusk wrote: Damnnn. I want but doubt it's on clearance around here.
If you're looking for an impact wrench, it's worth it to check the store. West Vancouver still shows (as of this post) full price on StockCheck, but the individual boxes and shelf tags reflect the discounted price.
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Thanks, unfortunately ST doesn't show the discounted price yet, even for Park Royal (West Vancouver). However, the WV store has shelf tags reflecting the cheaper price in their main Ryobi display and also on a secondary storage area. There is also a discount on the 130 lumen portable light.
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Yes...usually stocktrack does not show correct price for HD...
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Yes been looking out for one. But still would like one with battery deal!
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No dice at Coquitlam location. $148.46 after taxes
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Raimond wrote: Yes been looking out for one. But still would like one with battery deal!
There is a battery deal that's there as well .check other RFD hot deals from HD
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Just finished winter tire swap on a truck and SUV, 4mah battery, still has 4 bars! Recommend!
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tvisforme wrote: Thanks, unfortunately ST doesn't show the discounted price yet, even for Park Royal (West Vancouver). However, the WV store has shelf tags reflecting the cheaper price in their main Ryobi display and also on a secondary storage area. There is also a discount on the 130 lumen portable light.
I see, guess it can just be used to check if there's any in stock then before heading out
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Anfaax wrote: I see, guess it can just be used to check if there's any in stock then before heading out
Definitely, and thank you for adding it to the discussion. I was having issues with copy/paste from browser to RFD when I posted the original note.
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This appears to be the same one in this kit that I bought from HD about a month ago:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001170239

Can confirm it's a great impact gun. At speed setting 3, this thing goes hard - should make swapping tires for winter/track much faster. Little bit of FOMO since this gun (tool only) at $66 + 2x 4.0Ah clearance batteries from 2-3 weeks ago ($65/$75) means I could be paying much, much less for this setup, but the kit has a bag + charger (super useful), and quite frankly I think the setup was worth the $150 I paid for.

Not entirely sure the average person will need to splurge on the premium for a P262/brushless.

Just be careful, speed setting 3 does produce a ridiculous amount of torque - I easily (and accidentally) pushed my lugs past 120ft-lbs by holding the trigger a little too long. Most passenger vehicles will not need a torque setting that high.
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sports1 wrote: This appears to be the same one in this kit that I bought from HD about a month ago:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001170239

Can confirm it's a great impact gun. At speed setting 3, this thing goes hard - should make swapping tires for winter/track much faster. Little bit of FOMO since this gun (tool only) at $66 + 2x 4.0Ah clearance batteries from 2-3 weeks ago ($65/$75) means I could be paying much, much less for this setup, but the kit has a bag + charger (super useful), and quite frankly I think the setup was worth the $150 I paid for.

Not entirely sure the average person will need to splurge on the premium for a P262/brushless.

Just be careful, speed setting 3 does produce a ridiculous amount of torque - I easily (and accidentally) pushed my lugs past 120ft-lbs by holding the trigger a little too long. Most passenger vehicles will not need a torque setting that high.

I don’t think you should be using an impact gun to torque down the lug nuts. Use a torque wrench or just do it by hand (assuming one can still do this the old fashioned way).
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I had this impact wrench for over five years and it and the original 4Ah batteries I got are holding up very well despite being dropped several times and being covered in grime. Besides doing seasonal tire changes on many cars, I do my own maintenance and suspension work and this impact wrench has never let me down.
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Anyone in Calgary able to get it at OP's price?
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Meh. Cheap but I'd save your pennies and get a P262 on promo instead. Will be good bit more money but it's a heck of a lot better tool--HP, brushless drive, a really good mid-torque gun for the money when on sale.

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