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Old 10-11-2013, 02:50 AM
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I love both my 3/8s and my 1/2 inch cordless Impacts from snap-on even at the shop. Sometimes when it is a small job it is nice to not have to drag out the airline and my 3/8 will take the lugnuts off of my company's one tons no problem unless an idiot way over torqued them.
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same here. i have 2 snap on cordless impacts. a 450 lb torque and an older 350 lb torque.
i paid $100 for the small one and $150 for the big one.
i had not planned on buying two of them, but when i saw the smaller one for sale, i picked it up for my son-in-law.
not knowing he also bought one a few minutes earlier.
so now i have a cordless gun in each truck.
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I have a Hitachi 1/2 inch corded impact & a Milwaukee 3/8 cordless impact plus my IR 1/2 inch air impact. I want a new IR 3/8 air impact. I finally wore my old one out. It took 24 years.
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