Best cordless impact wrench???

nickb2

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I also think I know makita and snap on are in bed, as most of the other companies.

This thread is interesting, cuz the younger generation are going all lithium or whatever is next. They dont want to bother with a compressor, and all that jive, even less fixing a hose or a impact with a proper rebuild kit that is actually available.

That is why I am biased, I work in a pro environment, so old school always wins in the longevity dept.
 

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I suspect that "Fuel" was chosen by marketing guys as a likable descriptor of the fact that the electric motors used are a brush-less design that makes no sparks. More safety around fuel.
I love the Dyson vacuum cleaner ads with their "digital" motors!!! More marketing junk to make it sound better!!!
 

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Totally agree, I still have all my old air tools and 80 gallon air comp and fully piped shop but can go as far as 200 feet to a vehicle when needed. Still have a 1 in spline drive for the big guys.
 
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