Board title: Daemon4x4 - 4x4 & Off Road Technical Board

Category name: General

Forum name: General Topics

Posted by: muddle
Date: 26-02-2012 17:56:55
after a good/powerful but not too expensive (snap on) battery impact wrench. 1/2".

wondering if any of you have any or have experience with them and what ones are good to go for other than £500 +vat snap on ones.

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Posted by: Growler
Date: 26-02-2012 18:03:14
I have one of these and not had any issues during the last couple of years of ownership

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Posted by: gwh200
Date: 26-02-2012 20:01:24
I don't have any lithium ion...but I think vince has a flux capacitor!
Posted by: Bushwhacker
Date: 26-02-2012 20:09:21
I've run out of plutonium though.
Would 30,000 Duracell PP9s wired in series work?
Posted by: Brummie
Date: 26-02-2012 22:40:07

Icon - Post link Bushwhacker wrote:

I've run out of plutonium though.
Would 30,000 Duracell PP9s wired in series work?
You would have to wire them up in series parallel  :whistle:  :whistle:
Posted by: BigBobE
Date: 27-02-2012 10:25:14
we have a hilti one in work for driving fixings into concrete and it aint half bad. I use it when i need to change tyres as well
Posted by: muddle
Date: 27-02-2012 11:38:27
yeah the main purpose is wheel nuts, hub nuts and other tight bolts that it would just make my live easier and jobs shorter.

what do you use yours for growler, the price is awesome. needs to be powerful but not over the top.
Posted by: Growler
Date: 27-02-2012 14:20:08

Icon - Post link muddle wrote:

yeah the main purpose is wheel nuts, hub nuts and other tight bolts that it would just make my live easier and jobs shorter.

what do you use yours for growler, the price is awesome. needs to be powerful but not over the top.
Pretty much what you have listed you want one for, came in very usefull when changing the front brake discs too.
Posted by: muddle
Date: 27-02-2012 19:06:09
cool, looks like ill try one of them then. thanks buddy! :cool: