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So I bought this when I was doing my brakes. Had a really really nearly impossible time getting all the bolts off on the driver side caliper. Knew if I kept at it by hand I would strip the bolts. So it cost me $120. Probably could have paid someone half that price to do it,but I figured why pay someone to do something I can do. Plus I've been wanting one anyway.

Anyway,the wrench easily took of the lugnuts. Next I tackled the four bolts on the caliper. Three came off with about 5-6 impacts. The last bolt took about 30 seconds of continuous impacts but it got it out.

For a cordless battery impact wrench,I think it's great. It's not heavy at all,it's not huge so it fit into the nooks of the wheel well. Strong to get stubborn bolts out. I would definitely recommend this wrench.

https://www.ryobitools.com/power-tools/products/details/353
 

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the artist formerly known as drexelstudent11
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I've got its little brother, the 1/4" hex drive, and it's great for anything requiring up to ~60 ftlbs of torque
 
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