Published at Friday, 24 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Elvia Merritt.
You will probably need a minimum of an 18 volt model; however if the mechanic who put on your wheels wasn't too aggressive you most likely have enough torque to take off those lug nuts in no time.
If they're too tight or rusted or otherwise stuck, use a breaker bar to knock em loose, then move over to your powered impact driver to make short work of the rest. Then grease everything up, and screw them right back on.
The tool is powered by a hard-hitting Makita built motor and impact mechanism that delivers 531in/lbs of maximum torque and 0-3,000 impacts per minute (IPM). The tool comes with a variable speed mechanism (0-2,000 RPM) for a huge range of applications from auto and home repairs to professional installation. For enhanced comfort on the job, the driver also has a soft grip handle and a large, convenient paddle switch for easier operation. Additionally, the tool has an over 12in extension capacity providing the extra reach necessary to work in deep and tight spaces. Makita has also designed this power tool with a built-in LED light to illuminate work spaces to ensures operator precision. To maximize convenience Makita has also added belt clip mounts on either side of the tool, and a phosphorescent bumper ring, like a beacon, to help locate the tool in dark work areas. Makita's 18v angle impact driver utilizes the same Makita battery and charger technology as the BTD041 providing superior power and battery life.
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