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  1. Thank you for this video review. I worked in QC at Parker Hannifin and I used to calibrate Snap-On torque wrenches. You should never use a torque wrench to loosen bolts. If you want to verify that the impact is tightening to a specified torque, set you torque wrench to tighten in small increments until you see (feel) the nut tighten before achieving the setting. The guys in the shop used to loosen bolts with our torque wrenches and that would ruin some of them, or at best, cause them to be out of calibration. The reverse on a torque wrench is designed to tighten left hand threaded bolts, not loosen a bolts. FYI.

  2. I was very apprehensive of any battery powered tool. As a mechanic by trade, I have always been tethered by air hoses. At home I do not have respectable air. So I purchased this with the profit from a side job. Out of the box I was extremely impressed. The hog ring(locking ring) does not like chrome sockets and adapters, until it wears in. As i used it at home I felt the true test would be my actual job. I work in a junkyard, this impact kicked some a$$. It stayed in my hand for about 4 days as I ripped cars apart, it stayed charged for most of that time. Even at full retail price I strongly suggest buying this tool. If you are a guy that is loyal to brands, keep in mind you can buy about 5 of these for the cost of 1 snap-on version. Thanks for the review.

  3. On checking how much tighting torque it has wouldn't you have to go in the other direction ?

  4. Hey, how did you get the 3/8 to 1/2 inch adapter on and off? I'm trying to get a 3/8 to 1/2 inch adapter on and it seems impossible.

  5. Worked on a 10 foot Cutter, which I needed to remove a 1 1/2” nut off of a 22” rotor plate. Tuff job for a 1/2” drive impact wrench◔◔>share4.photo/HFAirWrench?つt    It took it off and replaced it without any issues. I own a Ranch with a lot of large equipment. It will be used often.

  6. I was using it at work today but it wouldn't take lug nuts off a normal size sedan thts weird it seems to work for u an also I had full battery

  7. You need steady beam type torque wrench to check that. Click type is not an accurate way of checking the break away torque.

  8. You do lose some ability to torque with the 3/8-1/2 adapter. It forces the wrench to impact at a lower torque. With 3/8th's sockets directly on the anvil, the torque should increase. It should be able to reach it's listed ability.

  9. I work at the Toyota dealership and I use this impact every day to take skid plates off and everything and it has never let me down and the battery life is long af best impact for the price and keeps up with Milwaukee and snap one at my work to

  10. FYI from a real diesel tech, hog rings are meant to be used with impact sockets not chrome. Most impact sockets have a single hole for engagement while non impact sockets engage differently and will be very hard to take off until the hog ring gets worn down.

  11. I have been wounding about the 3/8 and this video just sold me, did they let you use a 20 present off coupon .

  12. I just bought this same impact a few weeks ago for $120 with battery and charger included. There hasn't been a bolt or nut on my Jeep it couldn't handle and its way lighter and more compact than any 1/2" gun. IMO it's the best impact for the $ and gives no reason to use a heavy bulky 1/2" or 3/4" impact.

  13. I just bought the 1/2" Earthquake XT cordless and I'm going to put it to work by breaking my axle nut's off. I hope it doesn't disappoint! Great video by the way!

  14. I would say that the hog ring is tight because it's brand new.. that's a good thing I think..👍 nice review

  15. ive been considering this tool since it came out and after your great review i think im sold. seems like the perfect 3/8 impact for the diyer. thanks for the great review!

  16. Thanks for the video Bryan. The reviews are starting to come in daily and you're among the first.
    I appreciate the overview. 👍

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