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Questions and Answers for Milwaukee M18 FUEL SURGE 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver Compact Kit w/(2) 2.0Ah Batteries, Case

Internet #300194033

Model #2760-22CT

Store SKU #1002150051

  • Motor delivers up to 0-3,000 RPM with constant power output
  • Two M18 2.0Ah Batteries, Hard Case, Charger Included
  • Part of the M18 System, featuring over 250+ tools

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Q:What are the dimensions of the case?
by|Jun 8, 2018
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A:  d=12.4 x w=4.8 x h=15.0

by|May 5, 2023
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    Q:is this the rapid charger in this kit
    by|May 26, 2018
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    A:  The web site states "Power up your Milwaukee compact batteries in 30 minutes and extended capacity batteries in 60 minutes, without the need for extra chargers on the jobsite." which I find accurate based on my experience. The 2.0 amps charge in under 30 minutes and the 5 amps I have in about an hour. However, they do have a rapid charger which is model 48-59-1808. The charger that comes in this kit is the 48-59-1812. Not sure how much faster the rapid charger will charge the same batteries. I find I can't discharge one battery before the other is fully charged, so I'm never without a working battery.

    by|Apr 1, 2020
    2 found this answer helpful

    A:  Mine came with the standard charger

    by|May 5, 2023

      A:  This kit has a standard charger, not the rapid charger.

      by|May 5, 2023

        A:  Yes/works well

        by|May 5, 2023

          A:  yes

          by|Apr 1, 2020
            1 found this answer helpful
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            Q:How does the self tapping mode work? Is it supposed to slow down when the screw penetrates the sheet metal? Are you supposed to release the trigger when the screw penetrates, then re squeeze the trigger? I can't figure out the proper way to use it in this mode! In the manual it doesn't tell you anything! Thanks
            by|May 18, 2017
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            A:  So this "fourth drive mode" is described as a "Self-Tapping Screw Mode designed to reduce walking when starting self-tapping screws as well as reduce overdriving, breaking and stripping out screws." Almost all reviewers, including myself, think it's all marketing hype. If you don't know how to set a self-tapping screw with [Mode 1 of] this drill, you need to find another line of work is the general consensus. There's no harm in releasing the trigger upon penetration but it isn't necessary. And remember, the useful range is very limited ... #8-#10 self-tapping screws ½”-1” in length going into 20-28 gauge sheet metal. So we're really talking about steel framing studs.

            by|May 4, 2023
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            A:  You just push the little button on the foot of the impact until the one right after 3 lights up.

            by|Apr 23, 2019
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              Q:it never stops or slows just gets so hot you can't touch the metal part
              by|May 8, 2017
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              A:  Question doesn’t make any sense.

              by|Mar 3, 2020
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                Q:Does this apply the same torque values in clockwise and counterclockwise directions?
                by|May 1, 2017
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                A:  All I can tell you is that I can back out the fasteners I drove in at the same setting. Speculating, owing to the simplicity of the design and the electronics, that changing the polarity shouldn't affect the torque. But you need Milwaukee's engineers to step in here.

                by|May 4, 2023
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                Q:Does this have enough power to get screws through steel roof panels? Not big lags, just screws through plywood, insulation, and panels. Interested in the quiet noise with less vibration but if it can't handle what I would like to use it for... Well then I guess I am just getting the normal Fuel.
                by|Apr 18, 2017
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                A:  Absolutely; it's an impact driver, and that helps; and it has four torque settings [you'll go to second or third highest mode]; assume the screws are self-tapping ... otherwise you'll need to pre-drill pilot holes thru the metal roofing.

                by|May 4, 2023
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                A:  Yes, it should have the power for your application. With the driver on speed 3, I have been using it to drive various screws in different materials and it has not let me down yet. Milwaukee claims it has sustained torque. Compared to my other 3 speed impact which had higher torque specs on paper, this Milwaukee feels just as strong if not stronger and is much smoother and definitely quieter. I specifically like the kit with the compact batteries since it keeps the tool very light weight and balanced.

                by|Apr 1, 2020
                3 found this answer helpful

                A:  Yes. It will get the screen through just fine. One thing I noticed on the Milwaukee drills are that sometimes they need to have a higher speed with a full throttle trigger. So starting screws is a little more challenging with partial trigger. It sometimes just stops mid trigfer. So It might even be more challenging with starting screws into metal.

                by|May 6, 2023

                  A:  Yes! While drilling in Blue Tapcon's 1/4 x 2.25" hex headed screws into concrete, it was able to drive them quickly on setting 2. Setting 3 snapped the heads clean off of 3 of the screws. I compared it to my existing regular impact driver rated at 1600in lbs. The Surge could drive in screws that my standard impact driver couldn't finish. Completed all tasks without the noise, its no louder than a standard drill.

                  by|Apr 1, 2020
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                    A:  Yes.

                    by|Apr 23, 2019
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                      Q:is this in stock?
                      by|Oct 10, 2016
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                      A:  Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Vic. This M18 FUEL SURGE 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 1/4 in. Hex Hydraulic Impact Driver Compact Kit is only carried in select Home Depot stores and not online. Please contact your local Home Depot Store for stock availability and pricing. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.

                      by|Oct 11, 2016

                      A:  It depends on your store, if you enter your zip code, the site will list stores close to you and check inventory. When I bought mine, I ordered online and picked it up in less than an hour. If it's not in stock nearby and you need the tool right away, check to see if they have it in another kit or, if you have other M18 tools, as a bare tool without batteries, charger and case, which will cost less.

                      by|May 4, 2023

                        A:  yes

                        by|May 4, 2023

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