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Mine is 1/2" with detent pin, 20 volt
ic. Torque rating is too low unfortunately: Max torque of 150 ft lbs.

300 ft-lbs:
DW059K-2 1/2" (13mm) 18V Cordless XRP™ Impact Wrench Kit | DEWALT Tools

325 ft-lbs:
DWHT70271 1/2" (13mm) 36V Cordless Li-Ion Impact Wrench Kit | DEWALT Tools

but the ultimate is the ingersoll rand w7250 @ 780 ft-lbs:
Cordless Impact Wrench - W7250 1/2" Impact Wrench - Ingersoll Rand
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You can find some good deals on pneumatic IR impact wrenches, angle drills, air hammers, etc. on Amazon.


Here are two of their popular 1/2 impacts.
http://www.amazon.com/Ingersoll-Rand...soll+rand+231c


Amazon.com: Ingersoll-Rand 2135TiMAX 1/2-Inch Air Impact Wrench: Home Improvement


A must have little angle drill:
http://www.amazon.com/Ingersoll-Rand...nd+angle+drill


Doing some exhaust or metal work?
Amazon.com: Ingersoll Rand 121K6 Super Duty Air Hammer with 6-Piece Chisel Kit: Home Improvement
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Does it have to be electric? They all suck compared to air tools.
only because I live in a condo and my neighbors would kill me if I had a compressor big enough to run tools. I have an air gun that I use to use with my CO2 tank but it never worked all that well.
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only because I live in a condo and my neighbors would kill me if I had a compressor big enough to run tools. I have an air gun that I use to use with my CO2 tank but it never worked all that well.
I've used a Snap On one a good amount and its okay, but doesn't even come close to my air powered Snap On impact. I've used a DeWalt corded impact before and it couldn't even take off lug nuts.
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Does it have to be electric? They all suck compared to air tools.
I hate using air tools save for a few metal fab tools. I like the Huf method: lighter duty cordless to get things going and hand tools to give a final tightness.
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Does anyone make a blender attachment for a cordless drill?
check this site out...

Boatblender.com - convert your drill into a fully functional portable battery powered blender!
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Both have limitations. Air is not so great out in the field. Batteries run low. Yeah yeah. Love my Snap On battery model. Wish the batteries lasted longer. But, hate hauling out the compressor all the time.




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I've used a Snap On one a good amount and its okay, but doesn't even come close to my air powered Snap On impact. I've used a DeWalt corded impact before and it couldn't even take off lug nuts.
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Both have limitations. Air is not so great out in the field. Batteries run low. Yeah yeah. Love my Snap On battery model. Wish the batteries lasted longer. But, hate hauling out the compressor all the time.
My problem with cordless tools is that they aren't very powerful. Defender better than nothing though!
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but the ultimate is the ingersoll rand w7250 @ 780 ft-lbs:
Cordless Impact Wrench - W7250 1/2" Impact Wrench - Ingersoll Rand
This. Eats rusty fasteners for lunch. But its big...
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