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ONE+ 18-Volt Impact Wrench (Tool-Only)

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  • All ONE+ tools work with all ONE+ batteries
  • 200 ft. lbs. of torque for heavy duty applications
  • Overmold for extended use

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The 18-Volt Ryobi ONE+ Cordless 1/2 in. Impact Wrench is great for a variety of projects from automotive and mechanics to building a deck and other heavy duty applications. The powerful 18-Volt motor allows for 0-3000 RPM for tightening or loosening of various nuts and bolts. The wrench has a 1/2 in. anvil with pin retention for easy and secure socket connection.

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WILL THE RYOBI ONE + BATTERIES WORK WITH THIS IMPACT WRENCH?

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El Paso, Texas
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September 16, 2014
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If it is the Ryobi impact wrench, 18 volts, it will work.
I purchased an impact wrench and tried it one time. It removed a wheel lug that I was not able to do it manually with the wrench that comes with the car.
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July 15, 2014
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as long as they are the same type of battery
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June 11, 2014
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Absolutely, that is the beauty of the One+ system. Same battery, many tools.
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June 3, 2014
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Yes. They will overheat if used for an extended period of time, however, and the quickest way to make the usable again is to toss them in a cooler or freezer. Once they are cooled down they will work again.
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Sylmar, ca
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May 20, 2014
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absolutely!
the charger charges all of the older batts as well.
As long as it has the +
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April 8, 2014
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Yes. It will work better with the Lithium Ion batteries (green) rather than the older Ni-Cad (black and yellow)
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Boston, MA
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February 7, 2014
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Yes. They will. Any Ryobi One pack will work. NiCd, Lithium, or Lithium+
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Davenport fl
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January 30, 2014
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Yes but the p108 is the best battery.
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Nashville, TN, USA
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January 24, 2014
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YES.
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Yes
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Atlanta, GA
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December 10, 2013
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Hi dustydog1,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Yes, all 18-volt Ryobi ONE+ batteries will operate this wrench.
This item works with these batteries: P100, P101, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107, P108; This item works with all RYOBI 18V ONE+ dual chemistry chargers.
Thanks for asking!
Travis
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Would this impact gun be able to place and replace lug nuts from a car

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Granbury Texas
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May 19, 2016
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Maybe. When mine works it will, but it doesn't work often, they seem to have an issue when torqued hard, they stop and you have to reinsert the battery to make it work again ... this process is repeated a dozen times or more when using it hard.
HD has sent it in to be repaired with no luck, so they've given me another, and it has the same issue. I can't recommend it for any difficult situations.
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Yucca Valley, CA
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May 19, 2016
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absolutely that's exactly why I put one in each car.
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May 19, 2016
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In most cases it will work,the only trouble I experienced was with lug nuts which were on for a long time (like 2-3 years) or the ones that somebody overdid the tightening on.But really this impact wrench actually does work surprisingly well.
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May 19, 2016
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it depends on the car. This gun is strong and can break loose most lugs (for small cars). However I wont recommended it for torquing them down. Its always recommended to use a toque wrench with the vehicle specific torque setting.
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May 19, 2016
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Hi Eliu! Do not use this tool to install lug nuts on wheels without a torque limiting device. Doing so could result in galled or broken lugs. Thanks for your question!
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Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026, USA
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May 19, 2016
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The Ryobi impact will loosen the lug nuts on my Impala and they are torqued to 100ft lbs.
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Easley, SC
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May 18, 2016
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Yes. It's perfect for that application. I have used it several times for this very purpose. It's got plenty of power to remove lugs. That being said, it's usually recommended to reinstall lugs to manufacturer recommended torques via a torque wrench.
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What is the difference between an impact wrench and a impact driver?

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Granbury Texas
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March 29, 2016
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An impact driver is used for screws typically, impact wrench is for large, more difficult fasteners (think automotive)
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Impact driver drives screws. Impact wrench tightens or breaks loose nuts and bolts. You insert a bit into an impact driver. You attach a socket to an impact wrench.
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There are two primary differences. 1) the torque output and 2) the drive output. An impact wrench creates much more torque (fastening and loosening power) than does an impact driver. A wrench would create upwards of 200-300 ft/lbs of force vs an impact driver at 1,000-1,500 in/lbs. So, a wrench is better for much more difficult applications like lag screws and removing stuck sockets from wheels. Big Read More
There are two primary differences. 1) the torque output and 2) the drive output. An impact wrench creates much more torque (fastening and loosening power) than does an impact driver. A wrench would create upwards of 200-300 ft/lbs of force vs an impact driver at 1,000-1,500 in/lbs. So, a wrench is better for much more difficult applications like lag screws and removing stuck sockets from wheels. Big stuff. The other difference is the drive. A wrench will typically have a 1/2" square drive for use with sockets. A driver will have a 1/4" coupler for common 1/4" hex accessories. Finally, a wrench is usually a lot bigger and heavier than a driver. Wrench...think big bolts...driver think deck screws. Read Less
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Its purpose, and thus things such as torque and connection type. An impact driver is for driving screws and some light duty bolts and thus has a lower torque rating and uses a hex bit as its interface (though you can easily use a hex to 1/2' or whatever socket drive). A Impact wrench is more heavy duty and used a lot in automotive due to the higher torque needs and features a 1/2" drive socket Read More
Its purpose, and thus things such as torque and connection type. An impact driver is for driving screws and some light duty bolts and thus has a lower torque rating and uses a hex bit as its interface (though you can easily use a hex to 1/2' or whatever socket drive). A Impact wrench is more heavy duty and used a lot in automotive due to the higher torque needs and features a 1/2" drive socket interface. Read Less
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April 26, 2015
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An impact wrench is much bigger and more powerful than an impact driver.
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how much torque

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200ft lbs
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ryobi p260 has 200ft-lbs torque
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August 24, 2015
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This product has 200 ft. Lbs of torque.
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August 24, 2015
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Hi Charlie. The P260 impact wrench has 200 ft. lb. Thanks for asking!
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 136 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great I had a nut on my drive shaft yoke that i tried to get off using wrenches, ratchets, and even a breaker bar using both my legs to push with and was still unable to get the nut loose. I bought this impact wrench and took it straight out of the package without charging and it broke the nut loose!!! I have to admit I was skeptical and planned on taking it back even if it worked but was so impressed I decided to keep it. Well worth it's weight in gold!!! I recommend this to anyone and everyone. The only bad thing I have to say is that the battery and charger were not sold with it but I still got a decent deal on the battery and charger. I paid 182 dollars for the impact, battery, and charger total. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Real Tool! I have other brands of cordless impacts, but this is now my go to tool. I picked this up on sale and since I have a whole selection of other Ryobi tools it was a no brainer. With the big battery this tool off axle nuts, and for those who know, It took of a Honda crank bolt. No small feat, It took a good 10-15 seconds but it did come off. Call me impressed!! It also easily will do a complete tire change over on a single battery. Works best with the large battery though. I have rated it 5 stars, especially for the price I payed. January 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 stars. No less. Used daily for the last 5+ years for emergency roadside service. No problems. Fully charged battery will remove most lug nuts. My routine is to break the nuts free with a breaker bar, zip them off with the impact, impact them back on, torque them with a wrench. This tool has handled something like 8,000 tire changes for me in the last 5 years. When it does finally stop working, ill buy another. Gladly. June 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchased tool in a long time So far so good. I bought this with very low expectations, but desperate to loosen a bolt on my car that I had been working on for over an hour with a breaker bar and hammer with no luck. In about 5 seconds the bolt came loose using this impact wrench. Well worth the investment, plenty of power, I plan on making a lot of good use out of it! I have to admit, I was reluctant at first about buying a battery powered impact vs. air, but for my application and particular experience it worked out extremely well. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I was impressed Around the shop you run into things where you don't want to get out the air hose to use an impact wrench, many times it's just impractical. I picked this up for now and then use for those quick jobs. I was mildly surprised when this unit took off all the lug nuts that were on an old boat trailer that had seen use in salt water. The wheel bolts were 7/16 and rusty so it was a fair test. This afternoon again working on an old rusty boat trailer we need to move the wheels back on the trailer so to give another work out we used it to loosen the U-bolts that were rusty again it backed off four of the eight u-bolts with no issues the last four came off when we used some heat on the nuts and the impact to spin them off. On my next engine rebuild I think I'll be using this for the tear down I'll see if it will remove the head bolts. Granted it doesn't have the brute power of an air powered or plug in the wall impact, but it does have enough power for most small and lighter duty jobs. You power it with a 4 amp hour battery you have a tool that will do a fair bit of work on a charge. Oh everything that was done above was done on a single 4 amp hour battery. June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product had lots of power, removed and installed 4 sets of wheels and never lost the charge. April 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good budget impact wrench Ryobi P260 is a great budget impact , took off my wheel nuts torqued to 80ft-lbs no problem and just managed to take off an axle nut. Can crush exhaust clamps so it is powerful for most work. Good if you car is not rusted or any seized bolts then you may need something bigger. But for newer rust free car it seems like a good buy. It is also lightweight compared to the bigger ones. This is a good lugnut impact for small cars, something you might keep in your car. Check out the video it works ok on the small battery but for for best performance go with larger battery Ryobi P108. December 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best investment ever! I use this to work on my lifted truck and have never run into an issue yet. It's so nice to be able get the job done fast and anywhere! February 14, 2016
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