Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Tamra Mullins.
The tool's Makita built maximum torque motor delivers 1,330 in/lbs of serious torque in an efficient and compact size. In fact the tool is 50 percent more compact than most others in its class weighing only 3.4lbs. This design lessens operator fatigue, and the tool's ergonomic shape evens pressure throughout for comfortable, easy control. Makita also incorporated a built-in LED light to better illuminated work spaces. To increase the life and durability of the tool, its proprietary hammer and anvil are built with high quality heat-hardened steel. Additionally, the tool has an ultra convenient electric brake for immediate stops to help minimize kickback.
In conclusion, cordless screwdrivers are great for small, DIY projects. However, if you're working on larger projects requiring a bit more force and power, an impact driver is the way to go.
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.
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