Summary: Rated at 345ft/lbs? It couldn't even remove my lightly torqued lug nuts. Made a ton of noise and couldn't budge anything. I followed the directions and used proper gauge extension cord... listen to the 1 star reviews.
Summary: Dissapointed. I thought I would spend the money and treat myself to what I thought was a better electric impact wrench compared to the one I bought at Harbor Frieght 10 or so years ago for $40.00 with coupon.
Summary: I bought the corded impact wrench, thinking that I wouldn't have to worry about juice coming to it, that and I have always been a fan and owner of the Dewalt tools. This thing lacks power. 345lb of torque? Where?
Summary: I have always been a fan of DeWalt products, but this Impact Wrench is totally useless. It was unable to remove the wheel lug bolts on my Jetta. I was able to remove them with a socket wrench easily. I have used DeWalt drills that have more force.
Summary: Absolute garbage. I needed to get the axle nut off for my 96 Honda Accord but it wouldnt budge. The sad part is that i had already broken the nut loose a month ago with a breaker bar. I've read up on a lot of other reviews and it seems clear that the 345 ft lb torque rating is a joke.
Summary: Bought this to remove the crankshaft pulley bolt on a 97 toyota Avalon. The Torque specifications on the bolt
are 160 ft lbs. This was rated for much more, but couldn''t remove the bolt in reverse! Taking it back and I''ll edit this post later to share what product I used that worked.
Summary: Just bought this yesterday and used it last night. I was unsure of what to expect. Pleasantly surprised as it remove bolts from my Cub Cadet that were a big problem. Surprising torque and excellent switch. I''m very pleased with the purchase.
Summary: Having been a home mechanic for countless years, I have used air tools for as long as I can remember. Now that I am full time RVing, I no longer have the capacity for the air tools I had previously used.
Summary: I was very dissapointed with this product because I was expecting it could atleast remove lug nuts but it can''t even move. I tried using it on other nuts but it seems like it''s having a very hard time. I was better off doing it manually after all. In the end I only wasted my time so I returned it.