Choosing an Battery Impact 1/2" Gun for wheel nuts/bolts

Thread in 'Other Chat' started by silverzx, Nov 10, 2015.

  1. twiglett

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    Milwaukee gets my vote.
    £250 will get you a brilliant bit of kit that will last a fair few years.
    My 3/8 gun will do wheel nuts all day long. So I'm guessing the 1/2 gun can only be better.
     
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    Bolf Resident Nut Job.

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    Milwaukee fuel 1450nm nut busting torque. The don.
     
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    how much are these milawuakaueekaeia tools

    because all the ones ive seen you all rave on about are mental money and makes the ingersoll rand looks like a positive bargain at £400 odd
     
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    The Ryobi seems to be a good middle ground?

    Impact gun, drill, charger and 2x batteries for less than 200
     
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    About £400 it's the daddy though, and comes with 3 year warranty. With a fresh battery it will take anything off, or snap it. Either way it's off.
     

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