Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Darcy Stein.
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.
Get one like the Makita with 'Afterglow' and you'll be able to even see for 10 seconds after releasing the trigger switch - that ought to be long enough to get to that mini-fridge within the garage without anyone seeing!
The DC825KA features a frameless motor, a durable magnesium gear case, and an all metal transmission to extend the tool's overall life and durability. It is also built in a compact and comfortable size; this light weight and compact design allows access into tighter areas as well as reducing user fatigue weighing only 4.6lbs. DEWALT has also added an anti-slip comfort grip for superior control and comfort. The driver delivers a forceful 1,330 in/lbs of torque to better perform a wide range of fastening applications; the tool also packs serious driving power and a heavy-duty impacting mechanism to direct that power to fasteners as well as reduce kickback. Running at 0-2,400 RPM and 0-2,700 IPM the driver is capable of much faster, tougher driving applications.
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