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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Ah Battery - $129

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Ah Battery - $129

Home Depot has their RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Ah Battery in stock again for $129.
Seems like a good deal since the bare tool alone is $165 and a 4.0 Ah battery with charger is $118.

Specs on tool:
- Tool & Battery backed by the RYOBI 3-Year manufacturer's warranty
- Powerful motor with 0-3000 RPM (no load speed)
- Impact mechanism produces 200 ft. lbs. of torque and 0-3000 impacts per minute
- Bright LED light illuminates as the trigger is pulled for ample light when working in dimly lit conditions

Youtube test videos show this taking off vehicle lug nuts with ease for tire swaps!

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This is priced at 149 not 129
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damn, wished i had this version! i have the cheaper rated impact 'driver', 150ft lbs torque only and it does NOT take off my civic lugs :( , also no more ryobi 20% off coupon!
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Previous ATL was $138. They must be clearing out stock for a brushless model, get this while you can if you need to do lug nuts.

FYI: this 4AH batt should be enough for most lugs, but to get the max performance out of the tool you'll need at least a 6AH batt. I had a rusted lug that wouldn't budge with a 4AH batt but ripped right off with a 9AH batt.

It's mostly due to Ryobi using cheap chinese cells in 4AH batts now, but 6AH & 9AH still uses Sony VTC6 cells.
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I guess I should have added that it also comes with a lovely carrying bag as well!
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axis81 wrote: For someone starting out to collect tools, been looking at getting a drill/impact combo with 4Ah battery. Is this a good start and then I'll keep an eye out for a ryobi drill? Or better to wait for a combo set or perhaps a better recommended brand with better warranty?
This has never been in a combo, this is the best combo you’ll find as the tool is $100 on its own

This is an impact wrench
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eshax wrote: Home Depot has their RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-Speed 1/2 inch Impact Wrench Kit with 4.0 Ah Battery in stock again for $129.
Seems like a good deal since the bare tool alone is $165 and a 4.0 Ah battery with charger is $118.

Specs on tool:
- Powerful motor with 0-3000 RPM (no load speed)
- Impact mechanism produces 200 ft. lbs. of torque and 0-3000 impacts per minute
- Bright LED light illuminates as the trigger is pulled for ample light when working in dimly lit conditions

Youtube test videos show this taking off vehicle lug nuts with ease for tire swaps!

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1001170239
Great deal for quick a change of tires !

Remember to use level 3 to remove them and ensure the battery is fully charged before using it
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DealCanuck wrote: This has never been in a combo, this is the best combo you’ll find as the tool is $100 on its own

This is an impact wrench
Whoops I'm an idiot lol early morning for me, thought it was the drill/driver
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HKPolice wrote: Previous ATL was $138. They must be clearing out stock for a brushless model, get this while you can if you need to do lug nuts.

FYI: this 4AH batt should be enough for most lugs, but to get the max performance out of the tool you'll need at least a 6AH batt. I had a rusted lug that wouldn't budge with a 4AH batt but ripped right off with a 9AH batt.

It's mostly due to Ryobi using cheap chinese cells in 4AH batts now, but 6AH & 9AH still uses Sony VTC6 cells.
Sorry, NOT agreeing.

My friend bought this same package for $128 + tax of course - just few months ago (like May) so the ATL is $128. He is able to remove the nuts for his Civic and Rav4 no issues whatsoever.
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Do these battery go bad with age? How long can they last with only a couple uses a year?
I only need this a couple times a year for tire swaps. Not sure if worth going the premium to get a Rigid kit for LSA...
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DragOnT wrote: Sorry, NOT agreeing.

My friend bought this same package for $128 + tax of course - just few months ago (like May) so the ATL is $128. He is able to remove the nuts for his Civic and Rav4 no issues whatsoever.
That was during the 20% ryobi days coupon which shouldn't have worked nationwide but it did, it was HD's mistake, not an official sale price.

Read what I wrote. I said the stock battery should be enough for MOST lugs, your friend's cars probably had none or minimal rust on the wheel bolts.
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JCCRFD wrote: Do these battery go bad with age? How long can they last with only a couple uses a year?
I only need this a couple times a year for tire swaps. Not sure if worth going the premium to get a Rigid kit for LSA...
As long as you don’t leave them fully charged they’ll be Ok for a good 3-5 years
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Bought this combo last year and use it for tire changes twice a year on my two Hyundai’s. I torque mine to 85 lbs and this wrench takes them off without issue. Keep in mind this isn’t a fancy wrench like a makita but it gets the job done faster than a breaker bar.

I sold the battery on Facebook to bring the overall price down as well. I think this wrench used to sell for around $80 years ago but then they jacked it up.
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Hmm so these batteries will go bad even if not used/re-charged frequently?
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Quick noob question guys was looking to get something to change tires with. Was looking at home depot and saw a whole bunch of diefferenct sizes like 1/2 inch 1/4inch 3/8inch no idea what it means. Also I have a Dewalt leaf blower and have the 20v batteries already so if soemoen can suggest what to get would be greatly appreciated
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EL50 wrote: Quick noob question guys was looking to get something to change tires with. Was looking at home depot and saw a whole bunch of diefferenct sizes like 1/2 inch 1/4inch 3/8inch no idea what it means. Also I have a Dewalt leaf blower and have the 20v batteries already so if soemoen can suggest what to get would be greatly appreciated
1/2 is what people normally use to take lugs off cars. It’s the square piece that protrudes from the tool and where the bits attach to.
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DragOnT wrote: Sorry, NOT agreeing.

My friend bought this same package for $128 + tax of course - just few months ago (like May) so the ATL is $128. He is able to remove the nuts for his Civic and Rav4 no issues whatsoever.
HKPolice wrote: That was during the 20% ryobi days coupon which shouldn't have worked nationwide but it did, it was HD's mistake, not an official sale price.

Read what I wrote. I said the stock battery should be enough for MOST lugs, your friend's cars probably had none or minimal rust on the wheel bolts.
I found this shelf priced for $129 late July. From there was able to apply 20% Ryobi Days.
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JCCRFD wrote: Hmm so these batteries will go bad even if not used/re-charged frequently?
Modern lithium cells don't suddenly "go bad" unless they're abused or has a major manufacturing defect. They will degrade slowly over time depending on how often they're cycled.

They'll provide you with 5-10yrs of useful capacity as long as you follow the basic rules of battery maint:

-Do not leave it in charger 24/7
-Do not expose it to extreme temps
-Always have at least a 30% charge when storing them for long periods

Storing batts @ 100% isn't much of an issue any more. It will degrade the cells slightly more than storing @ 50% but it won't kill your battery after 6 months as some people believe. Modern 18650 cells are much more robust than people think.



This guy left batts fully charged for 3yrs and barely lost any permanent capacity. It went from 2570mah to 2446mah.
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Anyone interested in the battery? I just want the tool

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