Dewalt Impact

JDDurfey

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I am in the market for a 3/8 drive battery impact. I am a mechanic, but I have been a little old school and slow to get on the band wagon for a battery impact. Although I do have an older Snap On batt impact, but it isn't very powerful and just sits because it is have and bulky.

Milwaukee makes a great 3/8 brushless impact, but I already have a bunch of 20v Dewalt batteries and a charger, so I think I would like to stick with Dewalt. I can buy a "bare tool" at a significant savings. However, Dewalt's 3/8 drive isn't as powerful and is not "brushless" Dewalt does make a "brushless" 20v 1/2" drive impact.

So I am wondering if anyone knows if Dewalt is going to be coming out with a 3/8 brushless impact, or should I just go with the regular one?
 

manicmechanic

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DeWalt makes a small 1/2" impact 18v, I use with a 3/8 adapter when needed. Great tool.
 

Fourstroker

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^^^^Agreed. I have one also. It works great and will take lugs off if needed
 

JDDurfey

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I will be purchasing a 20v because I already have a 20v drill and I got a great deal on some extra batteries.
 

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I have these bare brand new Milwaukee 1/2" impacts for sale.


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Jeff Furrier

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I have both of the above pictured Milwuakees, they are both great. I use the 3/8 constantly, the 1/2 is great but rarely gets used because it super heavy and the 3/8 works for almost everything.

The Milwaukee tool line has so many great tools that use their battery system, I cant see buy any other brand.
 

mgobaja

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should somebody want to go with Makita stuff let me know, i am a dealer for them
 
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