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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Drywall Screw Gun Kit with FUEL 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver

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  • AUTO START Mode offers 3x longer run time
  • Two M18 5.0Ah Batteries, Tool Bag, Charger Included
  • Part of the M18 System, featuring over 250+ tools
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About This Product

The M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun is FASTER THAN CORDED, features AUTO START functionality and delivers UP TO 3X LONGER RUN TIME than other cordless competitors. The POWERSTATE Brushless motor spins at 4,500 RPM's resulting in faster productivity. With REDLINK PLUS Intelligence, Milwaukee's AUTO START feature automatically starts the motor on contact with drywall providing less noise between screws and 3X L run time. REDLITHIUM 5.0 Ah batteries the drywall gun delivers up to an industry leading 64-sheets on 1 charge. The M18 FUEL Drywall Screw Gun delivers the balance and weight desired by professionals for all day use.

Highlights

  • POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers 4,500 RPM's to provide faster than corded productivity
  • Auto start mode- when tool is locked-on the motor automatically starts on contact with drywall resulting in less noise between screws and 3x longer run time
  • REDLITHIUM 5.0Ah battery delivers 64-sheets per charge
  • Ergonomically designed to be light weight, balanced and comfortable for continuous use
  • Belt clip included
  • Drywall gun, (2) M18 REDLITHIUM XC 5.0 extended capacity battery packs, multi-voltage charger, belt clip, (1) PR2 bit and contractor bag
  • Includes: (1) M18 FUEL drywall screw gun (tool only) (2866-20), (2) M18 REDLITHIUM XC5.0 extended capacity battery pack (48-11-1850), (1) M18 and M12 multi-voltage charger (48-59-1812), (1) contractor bag, (1) PR2 bit, (1) belt clip
  • M18 FUEL 1/4 in. hex impact driver
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Internet # 323484627

Model # 2866-22-2953-20

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2.25 in, W 4.1 in, D 10.2 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

10.2 in

Product Height (in.)

2.25 in

Product Width (in.)

4.1 in

Details

Battery Amp Hours

5 Ah

Battery Power Type

Lithium Ion

Battery Voltage (V)

18V

Charger Included

Charger Included

Color Family

Red

Condition

New

Cordless Tool Type

Screw Gun

Cordless/Corded

Cordless

Drill/ Driver Type

Screw Gun

Included

Belt Clip

Maximum Speed (RPM)

4500 RPM

Motor Type

Brushless

Number of Total Batteries Included

2

Power Tool Features

Depth Adjustment, LED Light

Product Weight (lb.)

3 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

CSA Listed, ETL Listed, UL Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

5 Year Tool And 3 Year Battery Warranty

Questions & Answers

17Questions
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Q:Does this impact have enough power for bolts on engine parts?
by|Apr 22, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Hi Rich, the M18 FUEL Cordless Impact Driver delivers 2000 in-lbs of torque and 3900 RPM for a wide variety of applications. - Milwaukee Tool Social Team

by|Apr 24, 2024
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    Q:Which impact is better? The m18 fuel �" impact drill or the m18 fuel surge �" impact drill? I'm a plumber if that matters
    by|Jan 16, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  I’ve used both. The regular fuel has slightly more power, but they are basically the same and have negligible difference. Surge is noticeably quieter than the regular Fuel. You can’t lose no matter which one you choose.

    by|May 13, 2024
      4 found this answer helpful
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      Q:Has anyone noticed that if you take the battery out when no lights are on, and pull the trigger, the lights come on for a second and then off? If you remove the battery while any of the lights are on, then nothing happens. My other M18 fuel doesn't do it.
      by|Jul 15, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  It?s a residual power, there was a tiny bit of juice left in the drill, powering it only gave the lights just enough power to kick on but nothing more. If you pull the battery out while it?s running it kills anything that potentially sorted up?..

      by|Apr 9, 2024
        2 found this answer helpful
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        Q:Held out as long as I could because of multiple reports/reviews of the drill overheating/getting too hot too quickly; has this been addressed or worked out yet? SOME of it maybe haters doing their job, but there's too many reviews saying the same things.
        by|Jul 15, 2023
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        Customer Reviews

        4.6 out of 5

        • 4.6 out of 252 reviews
        • 80% recommend this product
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        Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver (Tool-Only)
        Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver (Tool-Only) review: This is the latest development of the famous Milwaukee impact driver. They have moved the single light from in front and above the trigger to three (3) lights surrounding the collet - and that makes viewing the screw and target wood so easy and clear! What a tremendous improvement of the use of this fabulous tool! Yes! No more shadows on the target area! I just love, as in previous versions of this tool, how you can select the driving and impact ferocity by pushing a button on the tool. This is the best impact driver I have ever used. It is brushless - yes. It is also quite small and powerful. Actually, this makes a great drill in speed selection 1 - I use it frequently to drive pilot holes with Milwaukee hex shank titanium drill bits and then pop out the drill bit and insert a screw driving bit. So easy. Yes, this is a tool you want in your arsenal even if you only use it occasionally. This is a tool that just WORKS. Love it. There ya go!
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        1 found this review helpful
        Great. Powerful Well Designed Super Handy Versatile Impact Driver
        Balanced good sized easy to handle- everything it needs to be. More than expected for a quarter inch impact driver. M18 power is my favorite; lasting, quick charging- versatile for a variety of tasks. Compact design fits hand, good grip allows control- keeping driver centered & aligned while applying pressure. Great for DIY use. Trigger control is precise, allowing feathering, especially effective on screws, or hammering, when needed. Used for several DIY tasks & Milwaukee’s Model 2953-20 performed excellent and is easy to use. Easily loosened rusted bolts allowing quick adjustment roller on boat trailer. The ¼” brushless motor has plenty of power and easily removed 3” corroded screws from PT stair treads for a low cost repair. Made disassembling hammock stand super easy & quick. Will be great for use on small engines & equipment. Satisfied with another handy powerful Milwaukee M18 tool. Highly recommend.
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        • Recommended
        Compact, with plenty of torque
        I have several Milwaukee M18 system power tools and I’ve had good success with each one. This 1/4-inch-hex impact driver is my latest acquisition. The main reason I got it was to be able to drive screws in spaces with not much clearance. I’ve used it to drive screws for a countertop installation, used it to install window blinds, and used it to remove bolts while disassembling a suspended ceiling. A fully charged M18 battery powers the driver for a long time. It has plenty of torque and the ability to select between three maximum speeds (1700, 3000, 3900 RPM) is very helpful. I have not yet used the self-tapping screw mode that is intended for driving screws in sheet metal. The three LED lamps on the driver provide excellent illumination of my work area. Driver was made in Vietnam.
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
        Powerful compact 18V impact driver
        This is a powerful, compact impact driver. If you already own some Milwaukee M18 batteries, this tool-only driver is a relatively inexpensive option to get a powerful brushless impact driver. This impact driver has a lot of torque, with 4 speeds to improve control. However, I also own the Milwaukee "Surge" Impact Driver, and find that the speed on this non-surge model is quite a bit faster. On setting 2, this impact driver requires quite a bit more finesse and trigger control, as it drives much faster than the Surge model. If you are regularly working with long screws or bolts, the extra speed of this model will be nice. This driver is a "traditional" style impact driver with an anvil design. While it's simple and reliable, it is extremely loud compared to the Surge model. If you don't mind the noise, this model is less expensive, but if you need a quieter impact driver, I would recommend the Milwaukee Surge driver, which is much quieter and I think is easier to control. One very nice feature of this new model is the 3 lights on the front edge of the driver. All of my other cordless tools only have a single light, which always casts a shadow. The 3 lights on this driver completely illuminate the work area and are very bright. I really like the large tool hook that is included with the M18 cordless tools. They work great and make it easy to hang the tool on a belt or pocket, but they don't get in the way. This tool uses the Milwaukee M18 Lithium batteries, and given how compact and relatively light this tool is, I prefer the smaller M18 2.0 size batteries. If you don't need hours of run time, the 2.0 size batteries make this driver well balanced and easy to handle.
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        • Recommended
        2 found this review helpful
        Loaded with features in such a compact tool
        I have the Milwaukee 2nd generation impact driver and it is still serving me well. I went with this 4th generation (2953-20) for the improved lighting (Tri-LEDs) and the improved speed control. The bonus for me was a more compact tool. This matters to me for tight spaces for vehicle work I do. The 2953-20 performs considerably better than my 2nd generation. I like the added tether hook for tethering the tool when working at heights, and improved belt clip which allows the driver to clip onto my tool bag a lot better. The improved 3 LED lights get light on the work regardless what angle I have the driver set to the work. The power is everything I expect from an impact driver, but the power/torque is so versatile thanks to the button selection speed control and responsive trigger. This driver has no trouble driving 1/2-inch X 6-inch wood lag screws into wood posts but has the ability to drive sheet metal screws without stripping them out. Trigger response is great and easy to control variable speed for starting screws. I did not experience the driver getting very hot even when driving the dozen 1/2-inch lag screws.
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        • Recommended
        Compact, with a very slick self tapping screw mode
        This impact driver presents a number of significant improvements over an earlier M18 (2757-20) impact driver. 1. It is more compact, shorter by 3/4” and just a bit fatter. This is really nice when you need to drive something in a confined space. 2. Three speed ranges 3. The LED lighting now has three lights and they are all positioned radially around the driver, resulting in excellent illumination on the fastener 4. There is a new special self-tapping screw mode in which the driver automatically shuts off when the screw gets to its hilt. It is very easy to use too, select the mode and then just pull the trigger for full power. It magically stops when the screw is done. The trigger control of the speed is very nice and easy to control, very responsive. There is a belt clip attached, which can be removed if not needed. An all round, excellent tool, well designed and great quality. Tool made in Vietnam, belt clip made in China
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        • Recommended
        A Very Useful Tool
        Milwaukee…. M18 FUEL 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless ¼ in. Hex Impact Driver, the brushless motor produces 3900 RPM max and 2000 in. lbs. of torque, this tool is very powerful and the variable speed trigger and the 4 mode drive make it easy to use, it weighs only 2.2 lbs. and approximately 3.8 lbs. with a battery, it has a comfortable grip and is well balanced, I love the three LED work lights they really light up a big area, I like the Hex Bit technology and the ¼ in. hex chuck (collet) makes it easy to remove and replace a bit, there are tons of ¼ in. hex bits available, I use my impact driver daily driving screws, fastening nuts and bolts, and it is compatible with all M18 batteries and chargers, this is a great tool.
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        • Recommended
        A Professional Grade Cordless Hex Impact Driver
        This Milwaukee ¼” is a very fast and powerful hex impact driver. It uses the M-18 batteries, which allow me to interchange batteries with my other Milwaukee tools. It has very controllable trigger and has four selectable speed modes. The first three modes range from 1700 rpm up to 3900 rpm. The last one is designed for using self-tapping screws in sheet metal. It looks like this will be a real advantage, as it initially spins fast to keep the screw from walking, but shuts the tool off when the fastener is fully seated, eliminating the chance of breaking or stripping out the screws or holes. This tool comes with an attached belt clip that can be easily removed, and has a ¼” quick connect chuck as well as 3 LED’s to light up the work area. Overall I am extremely satisfied and would definitely recommend it.
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        • Recommended
        Great 1/4” impact driver
        I have been looking for a 1/4” impact driver for carpentry and auto mechanical work, and this Milwaukee impact driver ticks off most of the boxes for what I need one for. I have a 1/2” impact driver, but it is too big for working in tight areas, and too heavy to work with all day. Ditto my 3/8” impact driver. The Milwaukee has hex drive with one handed insertion. For my first project I used it to frame up a rolling storage cabinet and install a couple of large drawers in it. I repurpose wood and plywood in my projects, and this wood is usually well seasoned and harder than new wood. The wood I was working with on my test drive of this impact tool was over thirty years old. The Milwaukee Impact driver handled the hex bit tools for pocket screw prep and insertion, installation of drawer slides, and the fabrication and installation of the cabinet with ease. When the hex bit tools first came out on the market there weren’t many options available, but today there are many different tools available today. The battery held up all day, and finished with juice to spare. I like it.
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        • Recommended
        Lovin’ it so far
        If you’re looking for a power boost, keep your Gen 3. Milwaukee kept the power level nearly even with a slight edge to the Gen 4. Satisfied so far with this purchase. The tri-LED’s are a big upgrade and the double Ball bearings are appreciated. No more bits coming out when pulling out of lumber/drywall like it did with original Gen 3 model… I hope. Pros: TRI-LED, Two ball bearings for better bit retention. Cons: power seems evenly matched with Gen 3.
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