Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Impact Driver. By Darcy Stein.
You may have noticed that most manufacturers of cordless woodworking tools have started selling so-called "bare tool bodies" meaning that they come with no battery or charger included and a greatly reduced price tag. The reason for this is that most manufacturers (but not all) have discovered that if they make all their tools run on the same 18-volt Lithium Ion battery, they can sell more bare tool bodies while locking in their customers to their brand. End users love this because they do not have to keep laying out hard-earned money for shelves full of different batteries and chargers but, rather can just buy the bare woodworking tools that share the same battery.
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.
Anyway, the point is that by using a nut-driver attachment, or with a socket adapter and socket set, you'll be able to quickly finish any nut-wrenching jobs with minimal effort.
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