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Powermate 1/2 in. Air Impact Wrench


1/2 in. Air Impact Wrench

Was  $36.85
$29.97 /each

Save $6.88 (19%)  through 04/30/2017

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Product Overview

The Powermate air impact wrench is great for removing and tightening lug nuts and bolts. With its lightweight design, this compact model is easy to handle and you won't have any trouble using for long jobs. To enhance every job there is a handle with a two finger trigger for improved comfort and control, and conveniently located forward/reverse control for easy change of direction.

  • 4 torque settings up to 230 ft./lbs. (230 ft/lbs., 215 ft/lbs., 195 ft/lbs., 150 ft/lbs.)
  • 230 ft/lbs. maximum torque
  • 1/4 in. NPT air inlet with screened filter keeps out unwanted particles
  • Use with 1/2 in. drive impact sockets

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1/2 in. Air Impact Wrench is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from JUNK! Don't waste your time or money on this impact. Wouldn't remove a single lug nut straight out thte box. Even put oil in it before using it. I have a 22 gallon compressor, so I know it was the impact.
Date published: 2012-03-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't meet rated torque Tried to remove lug nuts that I had torqued previously to 110 pounds and checked with a torque wrench. With the airline PSI @ 90 the impact wrench would not loosen a single lug.
Date published: 2011-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Weak, Wont take a lugnut off a car, spend a little more and get a tool that will do the job AS title says very underwhelming tool, weak, and loud, and not powerful, stick to making tents Coleman
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I can keep a socket from rotating with my bare hands Wanting to improve productivity on the job site when building arbors and decks we lugged a compressor and this wrench to use tightening lag bolts - it never was able to tighten a single one past approx 1" embedment into pre-dilled cedar or treated pine. Thinking it was maybe the fault of an underpowered compressor, went out and bought a 21 gal compressor that can move 6cf of air at 90psi, and then put this impact onto lug nuts that I'd just tightened with a lug wrench. Didn't budge one of em. So underpowered I could wrap my bare hand around an impact socket on this wrench, when on it's full power setting, full compressor, and keep the socket from rotating. I have a harder time holding a stuck chuck on an electric drill that this tool that is designed for torque.
Date published: 2015-10-09
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