Model # H4430

Internet #203458509

Store SKU #676532

0722470273394

Husky

1/2 in. 300 ft. lbs. Impact Wrench

$ 34 98

Overview

The new Husky air tool line is built to industrial standards for the professional user providing more power, less noise and longer life. This new Husky 1/2 in. Impact Wrench features an aluminum housing and single hammer that produces 300 ft. lb. of torque. Contoured comfort grip provides added comfort and the built-in Forward/Reverse power management system allows the user to match the speed and power of the tool to the job. Designed for removing and installing fasteners during DIY projects and general auto/recreational vehicle/garden equipment service and repair.
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Product Overview

The new Husky air tool line is built to industrial standards for the professional user providing more power, less noise and longer life. This new Husky 1/2 in. Impact Wrench features an aluminum housing and single hammer that produces 300 ft. lb. of torque. Contoured comfort grip provides added comfort and the built-in Forward/Reverse power management system allows the user to match the speed and power of the tool to the job. Designed for removing and installing fasteners during DIY projects and general auto/recreational vehicle/garden equipment service and repair.
  • 300 ft. lb. torque
  • Single hammer impact mechanism for reliability
  • Contoured grip for comfort
  • Cast aluminum housing for reliability
  • Ring type socket retainer for positive socket retention
  • Built-in forward/reverse power management system
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY or visit HuskyTools.com for customer service and support
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: H4430
Sku #: 676532
Internet #: 203458509

The new Husky air tool line is built to industrial standards for the professional user providing more power, less noise and longer life. This new Husky 1/2 in. Impact Wrench features an aluminum housing and single hammer that produces 300 ft. lb. of torque. Contoured comfort grip provides added comfort and the built-in Forward/Reverse power management system allows the user to match the speed and power of the tool to the job. Designed for removing and installing fasteners during DIY projects and general auto/recreational vehicle/garden equipment service and repair.

  • 300 ft. lb. torque
  • Single hammer impact mechanism for reliability
  • Contoured grip for comfort
  • Cast aluminum housing for reliability
  • Ring type socket retainer for positive socket retention
  • Built-in forward/reverse power management system
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY or visit HuskyTools.com for customer service and support
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size
0.25 in
Drive Size (in.)
1/2
Product Depth (in.)
7.25
Product Height (in.)
8.38
Product Length (in.)
7.25
Product Width (in.)
2.41

Details

Air Tool Type
Impact Wrench
Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)
4
Compressor/Air Tool Features
No Additional Features
Hose Included
No
Housing Material
Aluminum
Impacts Per Minute
550
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Maximum Speed (rpm)
7500
Maximum Torque (ft.-lb.)
300
Project Type
Bolting
Recommended operating pressure (psi)
90
Returnable
90-Day
Tool weight (lb.)
4.77
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Variable power settings
3

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size
0.25 in
Drive Size (in.)
1/2
Product Depth (in.)
7.25
Product Height (in.)
8.38
Product Length (in.)
7.25
Product Width (in.)
2.41

Details

Air Tool Type
Impact Wrench
Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)
4
Compressor/Air Tool Features
No Additional Features
Hose Included
No
Housing Material
Aluminum
Impacts Per Minute
550
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Maximum Speed (rpm)
7500
Maximum Torque (ft.-lb.)
300
Project Type
Bolting
Recommended operating pressure (psi)
90
Returnable
90-Day
Tool weight (lb.)
4.77
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Variable power settings
3

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

Questions & Answers

Will it remove lug nuts

Asked by: Lisa
no, it will not.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2019-03-29

Where and when do I add the oil

This tool has a port on the right side (if you're looking at it from behind) labelled "oil" and there is obviously a plug under the word oil that can be removed with an allen wrench. The instruction manual DOES NOT address what this port is used for! It shows oil being added to the air intake port UNDER THE HANDLE but does not explain anything about the "oil" port on the RIGHT SIDE of the body of the wrench. PLEASE: What is this port used for? When should I add oil into the port instead of adding it to the air intake on the bottom of the handle? THank you
Asked by: Anonymous
According to what I have been told and the directions, you add a predetermined number of drops on a daily basis into the air connection that is screwed into the tool handle. There is a special tool oil manufactured but for the most part I just use 20 -30 weight electric motor oil.
Answered by: Homeowner
Date published: 2018-04-01

Which socket to attach?

I tried Husky sockets from HD & they were wobbly.
Asked by: soch
Use real impact drive sockets - usually black.
Answered by: Fixer
Date published: 2017-11-16

What are the torque lbs for settings 1 - 4? The max is 300 lbs. Is it equally divided 1/4?

Asked by: Haze
Disregard the 300lbs number. It's all about the compressors ability to supply air flow. This thing is weaker than my Dewalt cordless 1/4 drive which has 100lbs.
Answered by: Fixer
Date published: 2019-01-11
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Customer Reviews

1/2 in. 300 ft. lbs. Impact Wrench is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 100.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So let me start off by saying that you definitely get what you pay for. I purchased this impact i... So let me start off by saying that you definitely get what you pay for. I purchased this impact initially to remove the lug nuts from my vehicle and had issues, seeing as I was using a pancake compressor I figured that was the sole source of my problems. So I pull out this impact again today as I needed to remove the nut for the drive sprocket on my motorcycle and it failed so I went and purchased a brand new 30 gallon, dual stage compressor with 5.3 cfm at 90psi...…...guess what...…..the impact still didn't work! So its the impact! I would suggest paying more and getting something of better.
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from this gun didn’t do the job i bought I for,... this gun didn’t do the job i bought I for, it struggled to break free tight bolts. Its good for small jobs, don’t expect it do break large nuts or rusted nuts and bolts. I bought another with 750lbs torque, big difference.
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from made a mistake in buying this product, not enough ft pounds of torque. Usless for what I need. made a mistake in buying this product, not enough ft pounds of torque. Usless for what I need.
Date published: 2019-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Handy tool makes fast work of fastening and removing nuts This is my first experience with an impact wrench but found this tool easy to use. It fastens and removes nuts far faster than using a ratchet, so it will get a lot of use. It has 4 torque settings, so I was concerned that it might over tighten nuts, after all you can shear a small bolt with much less than the advertised 300 ft/lbs. Even at the maximum setting on a 1/2 inch bolt, it only took about 25 ft lbs on my torque wrench to loosen it. Impact wrenches are rated under ideal conditions including a perfectly rigid support and no elasticity or friction in the nut itself. Any flexibility will result in a loss of impact energy without adding to the final torque. Still I am surprised that this tool performed so much lower than the maximum. I did have an adequate supply of air at 90 psi, and my bolt was held in a vise on a beefy work bench and the tool was well lubricated.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for First use! Used it to rotate tires. Felt light and good. Removed lug nuts and retightened fine for the first 3 wheels. Then installing the 4th wheel, it stopped working. Shaft turned freely. Of course since it was a Christmas gift it is beyond the Home depot 90 day warranty. If I want to ship it to Chino, CA for repair for $17, I'm sure they will fix it under the 2 year warranty by Husky. Made in China. $29.98.
Date published: 2014-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Total junk! If this tool has 300FT/lbs of torque, then I must be superman because I keep it from turning! I bought this impact driver with the intention of using it only to remove lug nuts. It wouldn't even loosen up a single lug nut! I have a compressor that can deliver 5CFM & 90PSI and also used a 20ft air hose. I know it was not the compressor since I use other tools with it. This impact wrench has zero power, I could literally hold the socket with my left hand, press the trigger with the right and keep the wrench from spinning. I was very disappointed and took it back 2 days later. Trust me, you'll be returning this impact wrench as well if you buy it. I read the reviews before I purchased the wrench, I should have listened to the negative reviews!
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not very impressed Bought his air wrench on sale at Home Depot a while back. I have plenty of experience with air tools since my father and I had a car lot years ago. This air gun is just a cheap piece of junk. This air impact gun, although not very powerful, worked until the other day when I could not break loose the blade retaining nuts on my riding mower. Yes, the settings on the gun and the air pressure was correct. It seemed that most of the air was was going through the bypass valve, the valve that adjusts torque. I've had it about 11 months, but have only used it about a dozen times, always using oil. In comparison, my father has a Ingersol Rand air impact that I purchase USED in 1994; it still works perfect. It has probably been used thousands of times! I am going to exchange this piece of junk for the 800 ft/lb impact today. To me, it is worth the extra $80 for a much more powerful gun that, according to the reviews, just works!
Date published: 2016-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad for the low price Let's face it, this tool sells for about 1/10 the price of a profession grade tool of the same size and capacity. So it would be unreasonable to assume it comes close in quality or reliability. Still, I think it is a reasonable light duty infrequent-use tool. Don't expect to use it for an everyday business. I noticed no abnormal operation during the fairly brief two weeks of time I have used it so far, although to be honest, nothing over a torque setting of 2 (or maybe 100 lb-ft?). It worked well with a small 6-gallon compressor, rated at 4 cfm. The tool weight is about what you would expect for this size, actually a little on the light side at 4.77 lbs. Attaching and removing the sockets was a bit difficult, as expected, since I did not want to oil the anvil as some folks do. I don't want one to come off while under torque. The manual says to pull off the bit with your hands ...or use a suitable tool. I used an ordinary screwdriver to pry them off. The direction control was also somewhat difficult to operate at first. I can't stress the importance of oiling the tool frequently. As a matter of fact, I think that should have been the very first step in the manual, since the tool will have been unused in storage for an unknown length of time. The inline oiler, which you should always use, would not be adequate to prepare the tool for first normal use. I would have liked to have seen a chart of torque/setting/psi values, but I suppose that would be asking too much. I do like the labeling of the direction switch (F--R) in "English" instead of universal symbols. Also, don't lose the black bag that comes with the tool. Use it always to keep the oil from drying too quickly.
Date published: 2014-02-05
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