Best 3 4 inch electric impact wrench torque wrench spanner Review

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Mastercraft corded impact wrench

Mastercraft 3KO corded impact wrench review part 1. For the price taking off anything else besides lugnuts is a bonus. It took off multiple staked axle nuts and lug nuts, I did torque that one axle nut to 170 ft-lbs(factory is 135) and it had no problem. It works great and is more powerful than the older version. I tried to take off some bolts that were seized on my suspension and it would not take them off but neither would my w7150 $500 impact. I did make a video of that and may upload it. I bought this 1/2" corded impact wrench from Canadian Tire on sale for $45 the regular price is $139. It has a 3 year warranty. The specs are 3.5amps and 220 ft-lbs of torque. It comes with a 1/2" driver attachment , various 1/4" bits and 3 impact sockets. Just a disclaimer, just because I can remove my nuts and bolts easily does not mean you will be able to remove yours just as easy. You may encounter rusted seized fasteners that may need more power to remove or may not be able to remove at all. You can see here even a $600 impact can get stuck on a bolt (it will happen)

Milwaukee M12 Gen1 vs Gen2 Quickie power comparison

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