Now, I can just hear the gears grinding in your head asking, What would a woodworker need an impact wrench for? Most people don't realize that an impact wrench can really be used as a torque-less drill or screwdriver with the right accessories. And who doesn't have car and truck tires that need rotating once in a while? This wrench has 150 ft. lb. of torque when you do need it, and it operates at 0 - 2,200 rpm, with 0 - 2,200 impacts per minute. The efficient motor causes less vibration than most other impact wrenches, which ultimately results in a longer life for the tool. A rubber boot protects the all-metal gears, which are housed in an aluminum gear case for durability. The motor brushes are externally accessible, so you can change them yourself if you want to. A convenient tool hook attaches to either side of the tool, so you can keep it with you when not in use. Includes a carrying case. Imported.
Impact Wrench Specifications
|POWER TOOL CATEGORY||Drills & Drivers|
|POWER TOOL SUB-CATEGORY||Impact Driver|
|POWER TOOL BRAND||Makita|
|POWER SOURCE||Corded - 120V|
|TORQUE - IN-LB||No|
|TORQUE (disc)||1800 in-lb|