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RIDGID

Model R86010B

Internet #203930523

Store SKU #1000024079

X4 18-Volt 1/2 in. Impact Wrench (Tool Only)

$139.00 /each
  • 3-year warranty or lifetime service agreement with registration
  • Reversible belt hook to keep tool in immediate reach
  • Compact and lightweight for comfortable, all-day use

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Rigid Hero
Feature 1

Grip light engages tri-beam LED independently of trigger to illuminate work space

Feature 2

1/2 in. dent pin anvil makes it compatible with popular impact rated sockets

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Compact and lightweight for comfortable, all-day use

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18 VOLTS

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2,900 rpm

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BATTERY PLATFORM

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rigid 18v

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Warranty

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3 year

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RIDGID presents the X4 18-Volt 1/2 in. Impact Wrench as a console item. With console-only tools, you have the option to add on to existing kits to create your own. This compact and lightweight cordless tool delivers 325 ft. lbs. of torque to power through the most demanding applications and comes loaded with features such as exclusive grip light technology that engages the LED light simply by holding the tool, innovative Hex Grip for maximum comfort and a Tri-Beam LED for optimum illumination. Backed by RIDGID's lifetime service agreement, you can count on free batteries, free parts and free service for the entire life of your tool.

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How do I get a battery for a tool that is eligible for the LSA and have it cover the battery also?

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Maryland
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January 6, 2014
I have the drill/driver combo set which came with 2 batteries. Because it was a kit, the batteries are covered under the LSA. I am looking at the grinder and 1/2 impact and want to know what needs to be done in order to get batteries for each and have them covered by the LSA as well.
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January 12, 2016
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i just did this ...buy the battery and charger "kit" it is lsa and its 79.00 right now cheaper then just a battery but the kit the battery and charger are lsa
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December 19, 2015
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Buy this batt and charger combo kit; 18-Volt 4.0Ah Lithium-Ion Battery and Charger Kit, Model # AC848795SB, Internet # 205999643, Store SKU # 1001399091. Ridgid affirms that it is eligible for the LSA. See the questions and answers for this product.
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August 9, 2015
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Ridgid sells console only so you can use the batteries and charger that came with your 18 volt drill/driver set so why would you need extra batteries?
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May 22, 2015
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Only 3 years on batteries sold separately from kits. Only the kit batteries are LSA, so buy smart.
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March 24, 2015
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Batteries purchased individually through Home Depot are eligible for the LSA. Just follow the same process as registering youre power tools on their website
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February 3, 2015
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I called Ridged & they said battery's are only lifetime if they are bought in a kit with there tools.
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Belleville, IL
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December 31, 2014
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Batteries are only covered with the LSA if they come as part of a kit. If you want some of the larger batteires the only way to get them and have them covered on LSA currently that I am aware of is to go buy the 2 piece hammer drill kit that runs like $280 and you would get (2) of the 4AH Lith-ion Batteries as part of the kit. That's one downfall of the extra batteires outside of a kit only get a 3 year Read More
Batteries are only covered with the LSA if they come as part of a kit. If you want some of the larger batteires the only way to get them and have them covered on LSA currently that I am aware of is to go buy the 2 piece hammer drill kit that runs like $280 and you would get (2) of the 4AH Lith-ion Batteries as part of the kit. That's one downfall of the extra batteires outside of a kit only get a 3 year warranty and are NOT covered by LSA. But the other two add on tools are nice. I have both and they are great. Just got the grinder for Christmas. Read Less
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Henderson, NV
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December 23, 2014
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The only batteries that are covered under the LSA are the ones that come with kits. The extra ones you buy will be under the 3 year warranty.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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June 3, 2014
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Go to the Rigid web site directly. That's what they instructed the purchaser to do when, the item was originally purchased from Home Depot. Hopefully you registered your tool and the battery after it was purchased. If that was done, then, you should have gotten a confirmation from Rigid directly, via e-mail. Always, make sure you create a online profile. It is required I. Order to have the LSA.
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Belleville, IL
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May 8, 2014
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I believe the only way to get a battery covered by the LSA is to have a battery that comes as part of a combo kit like the ones in my Model # R9601 kit are covered by the LSA.
All the batteries purchased alone come with only a 3-Year Limited Warranty as I picked up a pair of the 3.0 ah batteries right after Christmas. But this item is now Read More
I believe the only way to get a battery covered by the LSA is to have a battery that comes as part of a combo kit like the ones in my Model # R9601 kit are covered by the LSA.
All the batteries purchased alone come with only a 3-Year Limited Warranty as I picked up a pair of the 3.0 ah batteries right after Christmas. But this item is now discontinued.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Battery-2-Piece-per-Box-DISCONTINUED-AC46182P/204457146
You can refer to the Ridgid LSA page for more info
https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/three-year-limited-lsa Read Less
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March 20, 2014
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Don't believe you can buy just a battery with lifetime warranty. But if you buy a package that includes a battery with the tool you can register both the tool and battery for lifetime service warranty.
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February 26, 2014
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Only batteries purchased in a the kits have the LSA as far as I have seen. Do yourself a favor, don;t by based on warranty. It's not like you take these back to HD to return, you have to go to some mom and pop shop that has no vested interested in your satisfaction.
Biggest mistake I made was choosing this based on the LSA.
I would purchase a cordless impact based on reviews.
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February 18, 2014
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I ran into this problem myself as Ridgid is now available in places other than The Home Depot and in various kits or bare tools. The way it was explained to me by the Ridgid Tool Company is that the battery must have been included in a kit that includes all of the following: (Tool, Battery, Charger) bare batteries are not covered nor are batteries and tools from a dealer other than The Home Depot. Note, Read More
I ran into this problem myself as Ridgid is now available in places other than The Home Depot and in various kits or bare tools. The way it was explained to me by the Ridgid Tool Company is that the battery must have been included in a kit that includes all of the following: (Tool, Battery, Charger) bare batteries are not covered nor are batteries and tools from a dealer other than The Home Depot. Note, many tools from The Home Depot such as the bare tool without a battery and charger are eligible for the LSA as well. Read Less
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January 9, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. The manufacturer is RIDGID and their customer service department can be reached at 1-800-4-RIDGID.
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Will this work with the 1.5A and 2.0Ah batteries?

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I was wondering the run-time on the tool
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Yes, but when I use the 1.5mAh batteries, they overheat pretty quickly then stop working until they cool down.
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March 24, 2015
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No unfortunately
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February 3, 2015
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Yes it should
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December 31, 2014
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It will work, but run time would be less of course. If your going to use often and on all day jobs I would say get a few 3.0 AH or great batteries. But if your just doing a basic think like breaking free lugs on a car to do a brake job and putting back on those would work fine.
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December 23, 2014
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Yes but but for average to heavy use it will not last long, but a 4ah definitely helps the tool last longer.
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Belleville, IL
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May 8, 2014
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Yes it will work, run time will be shorter of course than the larger batteries.like the new 4.0Ah battery
But I've used mine with the 1.5a batteries and it's only used a faction of the battery for tire/brake work on my cars.
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March 20, 2014
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Yes....just not as long as with the bigger 3.0ah batteries. This thing draws some amps to run. Don't expect to get a lot of time out of the smaller AH batteries but they will run it.
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Chelsea, AL
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February 26, 2014
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Yes it will also work with the 3.0 amp and 4 amp. batteries.
Run time, not sure, too little torque, I actually returned it due to the little to not torque
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Denton, TX
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February 18, 2014
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Yes the batteries as long as they are of the X4 18V series will work in conjunction with each other, 1.5A, 2.0A, and the new 3.0A batteries are interchangeable.
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February 4, 2014
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The only way I can describe the life of the 1.5Ah battery is through removing lug nuts. I've been able to remove and re-install six wheels with six lugs each before the battery needs a recharge. i'd suggest the purchase of the 2.0Ah battery. It more than doubles the run time!!
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January 28, 2014
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yes
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December 5, 2013
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Yes, all RIDGID 18V platform tools and batteries are interchangeable. However, RIDGID 18V Lithium Ion batteries do require their correct charger.
Run time is based on usage and storage. It may vary.
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Will this work with a Rigid 18 volt Nicd battery?

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May 22, 2015
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Supposed to, call Ridgid to confirm.
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Yes
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December 31, 2014
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Offically the product owners manual says
Use battery only with charger listed. For use with 18V lithium-ion battery packs, see tool/appliance/battery
pack/charger correlation supplement 988000-302.
But I think it would work with the Nicd but don't own a Nicd to test with..
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December 23, 2014
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Probably not since most of the batteries are Lithium Ion now.
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August 19, 2014
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Yes, but the performance will not be as good as the specs claim with the NiCad. To reach the quoted performance you would have to use the Lithium batteries.
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I read that it will work the Ni-cad battery, but you probably won't get the same length of charge as you would with the lithium battery.
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Yes
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Does Ridgid make an 18v vacuum cleaner that is compatible with all their other 18v tools? If not, is there one planned for the future? Thanks.

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Nuff said...
https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/18-volt-cordless-wet-dry-vacuum
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Yes, but it's likely a limited run so get one now. The model # currenlty being sold for this Christmas is WD0318. It uses one lith 18v tool battery and works pretty good. I picked one up a few weeks before Christmas and have been using it in the garage and house to clean up small messes. Works great but does eat thru a battery fast. 3 gallon size and portable so it's nice. save dragging my 18 gallon shop Read More
Yes, but it's likely a limited run so get one now. The model # currenlty being sold for this Christmas is WD0318. It uses one lith 18v tool battery and works pretty good. I picked one up a few weeks before Christmas and have been using it in the garage and house to clean up small messes. Works great but does eat thru a battery fast. 3 gallon size and portable so it's nice. save dragging my 18 gallon shop vac everywhere for a small clean-up.. Read Less
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Yes they do. It's in Home Depot cost $89.99
I live in spring hill Florida and my Home Depot has several in stock
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Not sure on about that. Check out their web site for great tool option. If there is an 18v vacuum on the horizon, then you will most likely find it there.
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Ridgid does not offer an 18V vacuum at this time (according to their full line product catalog version 6.5. I did discover on a forum that they may be looking into a model that use two 18V batteries but no guarantees. The link to the catalog: https://cdn2.ridgid.com/resources/media?countrycode=us&key=f5fce4c5-d26a-46d4-a287-52bd463f0bcd&languagecode=en&type=document
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No, the RIDGID wood working power tool division does not currently make or market a vacuum that is compatible with all of their 18V cordless tools, and there are no known plans to advise of for one, at this time
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 113 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by More than enough power to handle Car and Truck lug nuts! I had my doubts. To test the impact I torqued a wheel on with a 4 way as tight as I could get it. After using the impact to take the lug nuts off, I felt like a Sally! It took them off with ease! Good Looking, Great balance with the bigger battery, and comfortable in the hand. AND best of all... LIFETIME warranty with all these tools AND batteries! -The only company I have found that does this- August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great impact wrench! I have used this tool on countless operations and it hasn't failed me once. I love way the lights are set up on the impact also August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Tool to have!! I planned ahead on doing my replacement brake Calipers and Rotor job. I would have never been able to remove the Caliper brackets without this impact wrench!!! Worked great right out of the box!! March 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Why does it stop? I bought 2 of these impacts and they both stop working while installing or removing lug nuts. Pull the trigger, let it hammer away for a few seconds, then it stops and will not start again until you let off the trigger and pull it again. Is that normal for this tool? I have lots of smaller Ridgid impacts and none of them are like that! Did I get 2 bad tools? July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product. Plenty of Power Excellent Value. More powerfull than my Craftsman Air Impact. 4.0 a/h battery lasts a long time. Lightweight. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Tool !! I was looking for a lite weight 1/2 inch impact wrench to take on trips on my RZR. I had a 1/4 impact in the past that couldn't get the job done. This wrench had great battery life, was light weight, durable, and took off the tightest of nuts without a problem. On my last trip, one of the rzr's in front of me had a flat tire. The driver tried to remove the lug nuts with another brand impact wrench and couldn't budge them. I used my new tool and they came off without a problem. Great product at a great price point. June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing Torque I have owned this tool for over a year now and have primarily used it to remove lug nuts which it does easily. The big challenge came with removing the anode rod from my 8 year old 50 gal water heater. I tried breaking the 1 1/16 inch hex head free with a 30 inch long breaker bar. I was pulling so hard the 50 gallon tank full of water started rotating with the force. I then tried opposing force with another breaker and literally almost pulled a bicep muscle. I then tried this Ridgid impact wrench with a 12 pt socket. I tried for about 5 seconds. The bolt would not turn but instead began stripping the head. I went and bought a 1 1/16 inch 6 point socket. Within 3 seconds the anode rod broke free. I would not have been able to do the job without this tool. Very powerful and handy. I suggest you wait for it to drop to $119 which it does occasionally. I highly recommend the Ridgid 18v products. Too bad Ridgid deliberately makes it difficult to register for the LSA. They make their customers jump through extra hoops hoping that they give up on the registration process. Don't give up! They always follow through AFTER you do the certified mail but not usually with the online submission only. June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good tool Handled the lugs on my truck easily. Used it to removed a 36MM lock nut when I was replacing my hub bearing. Those can be pretty tough to get off. Had no problem with this gun. June 20, 2016
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