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Old 07-09-2019, 05:56:18 PM
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I bought a Milwaukee fuel 1/2" cordless impact for taking with me on the road in case I need to change a tire. This came after I broke my 4-way on an overtightened lug nut after I had tires put on at a tire shop. when the 4-way broke I kissed the side of the wife's van, hadn't washed it just before that, didn't taste all that good.
Anyway, on tractor hauls or recovery runs I take this impact and a set of sockets every time. Several older friends have welded nuts on the crank handles for their gooseneck landing legs so they don't have to crank by hand anymore. This impact has a lot of torque, useful for many things, I take it to remove parts from our tree row tractors, etc.
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I got the big one of those & it sure is handy.
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