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voucht

posted on 6/1/20 at 10:02 AM Reply With Quote
What electric impact wrench?

Hi,

I'm looking to buy an portable, battery driven impact wrench, and I need advices.

I already have an air driven one, and find it very efficient to unscrew bolts or screws that are stuck. But it is annoying having to take it out and connect, run the compressor and so on, just to undo one screw ! So I want to buy an electric one with battery.

I would prefer to spend less than 100 euros (85).

What do you guy advise ?
Brand ?
Model ?
1/4'' female hexagonal head, or 1/2'' male square head?

Thanks





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gremlin1234

posted on 6/1/20 at 10:29 AM Reply With Quote
a recent thread...

https://locostbuilders.co.uk/viewthread.php?tid=215614

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britishtrident

posted on 6/1/20 at 12:08 PM Reply With Quote
Clarke do a 230v one --- not bad but not super powerful --- just don't use in the rain !





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ReMan

posted on 6/1/20 at 08:18 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by gremlin1234
a recent thread...

https://locostbuilders.co.uk/viewthread.php?tid=215614

Yes my thread!

Jut be prepared to be dissapointed with anything low budget, I was.

I wouldnt waste my money on a 1/4 Hex they just wont do anything tough.
Just get yourself a hex to 1/2" adaptor for your electric drill, crak the nut with a spanner then spin it of with a sockett on the drill





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voucht

posted on 7/1/20 at 11:15 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the replies folks!
The thread given by Gremlin is very instructive and I got all the informations I needed there.
I might go for a Ryobi
Thanks





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Kerrsco22

posted on 10/1/20 at 06:02 PM Reply With Quote
I have just used my mates ryobi 1/2 gun to remove a crankshaft bolt on a Suzuki jimney took couple of shots of tighten then loosen to take her off all of 30 seconds I was impressed so much so I have bought my own
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