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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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FYI…. I’ve been using this impact wrench for several years and they have been great. For the best results, use the high capacity battery packs and it will take off your lug nuts easily.

I used the 4.0Ah packs and can change all my cars on a single charge. I recently purchased the 9.0Ah high capacity packs, will see how these perform in the spring.

But overall, been impressed with all my Ryobi tools. The key is to get the high capacity battery packs to get the most power out of your tools.
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If someone needs it for $74 there is one left in clearance section in Newmarket. Maybe you can repurchase it from Aurora then where it was at $42
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julien77 wrote: Grabbed the last one at Burlington location. Thanks op!
How much at the Burlington location?
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Had one ordered and shipped to Aurora at 165. Picked up today and got price adjusted to 41.25
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YZFMax wrote: 6527DF6B-34B1-40CD-B2D6-8EA2EC51523B.jpeg



FYI…. I’ve been using this impact wrench for several years and they have been great. For the best results, use the high capacity battery packs and it will take off your lug nuts easily.

I used the 4.0Ah packs and can change all my cars on a single charge. I recently purchased the 9.0Ah high capacity packs, will see how these perform in the spring.

But overall, been impressed with all my Ryobi tools. The key is to get the high capacity battery packs to get the most power out of your tools.
Nice big pump trolley! how much is that? mine is like 30$ smallAF cheapo one!
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mikka2017 wrote: Nice big pump trolley! how much is that? mine is like 30$ smallAF cheapo one!
Can't recall, but probably around $200 on sale. These are the low profile jacks which I use for my Mustang and Datsun. The regular jacks can't get underneath.
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YZFMax wrote: 6527DF6B-34B1-40CD-B2D6-8EA2EC51523B.jpeg



FYI…. I’ve been using this impact wrench for several years and they have been great. For the best results, use the high capacity battery packs and it will take off your lug nuts easily.

I used the 4.0Ah packs and can change all my cars on a single charge. I recently purchased the 9.0Ah high capacity packs, will see how these perform in the spring.

But overall, been impressed with all my Ryobi tools. The key is to get the high capacity battery packs to get the most power out of your tools.
Nice garage car lift system you got going there!

Btw what extension tool(s) would you recommend for changing tires like that red one you’re using?
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saffant wrote: Nice garage car lift system you got going there!

Btw what extension tool(s) would you recommend for changing tires like that red one you’re using?
You will need an impact socket set to take the lugs off. For most wheels, they are either 21mm or 19mm sockets.

The red extension is a torque stick, this is to limit the amount of torque applied when tightening the lugs on the wheels. You want about 80-100 ft/lb of torque when tightening, and no more. These impact wrenches can apply up to 300 ft/lbs of torque which can damage the wheel studs and the lugs.
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saffant wrote: Nice garage car lift system you got going there!

Btw what extension tool(s) would you recommend for changing tires like that red one you’re using?
if u got the m12 stubby impact u can put in on setting 1 to tighten and it won't overdo it! then use a torque wrench to set it to 80lbs dpending on ur car specs
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Another positive result here.
Ordered online, shipped to one of the stores that had the $41 price, but now OOS (Stockyards or Leaside, don't recall).

Ordered at full price, but when I went to pick up at the store, I mentioned a friend got it for less, and asked (nicely) if they could do a price adjustment.

They did, but it was challenging as the store had moved that item to "online only" (vs clearance I guess)... but the rep figured out a way to get it to work. Had to do separate transactions though, purchase new cheaper one, then return the online order.

Thanks OP!!! HUGE value at $41, I live in a condo and don't even do my own wheel swaps but got one anyway to add to my Ryobi kit!
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Thanks everyone.

Brampton 410 & Steeles has at least one more Impact Wrench at 115.

Bought one there and got price adjusted at Brampton Trinity Commons.
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Just went to Aurora and got the price adjustment there. thanks to everyone in this forum!
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YZFMax wrote: 6527DF6B-34B1-40CD-B2D6-8EA2EC51523B.jpeg



FYI…. I’ve been using this impact wrench for several years and they have been great. For the best results, use the high capacity battery packs and it will take off your lug nuts easily.

I used the 4.0Ah packs and can change all my cars on a single charge. I recently purchased the 9.0Ah high capacity packs, will see how these perform in the spring.

But overall, been impressed with all my Ryobi tools. The key is to get the high capacity battery packs to get the most power out of your tools.
mind share which jack are you using? is it from Costco?

and i notice your garage has 2 levels?
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kiasu wrote: mind share which jack are you using? is it from Costco?

and i notice your garage has 2 levels?
The low profile jack is from Canadian Tire, it's their Motomaster brand. So far been happy with it.

And yes, I do have a 4 post lift lift in my garage. Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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YZFMax wrote: The low profile jack is from Canadian Tire, it's their Motomaster brand. So far been happy with it.

And yes, I do have a 4 post lift lift in my garage. Smiling Face With Sunglasses
which 4 post lift do you have, and how much did it cost to have it installed?
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chadw01 wrote: which 4 post lift do you have, and how much did it cost to have it installed?
It's a Bendpak HD9, had it for about 6 years now. If I recall, cost about $3700 back then, plus another $700 to have it installed.
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LunaticHigh wrote: Thanks everyone.

Brampton 410 & Steeles has at least one more Impact Wrench at 115.

Bought one there and got price adjusted at Brampton Trinity Commons.
There are about 15 units available at HD Oakville Bristol circle one. Checking out at 82$ as of 6:10 PM today.
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Mar 14, 2013
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Palmerio wrote: The best I was able to come with in Montreal was Vaudreuil at 82.50. However, I was watch Point-Claire which went from a inventory of 6 on Friday to 0 Sunday. Need to find out what was the price at Pointe -Claire with a possibility of return and buy at the store.
Someone tried it to return/buy at pointe-claire ? There's plenty at 90$ in beaubien and l'Acacdie ...
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Returned the Vaudreuil Qc bought at $90 to the Oshawa Ont HD during the boxing week for 41.25. The differnce given to me as refund.

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