Ryobi P261 18 Volt One+ 3-Speed 1/2 Inch Cordless Impact Wrench w/ 300 Foot Pounds of Torque and 3,200 IPM (Batteries Not Included, Power Tool Only)
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"June 01, 2018 13:38
The unit is not designed to remove lug nuts. The unit will not remove lug nuts."
Like what the hell? what am i supposed to use it for? it was working fine before,,, my lugs aren't even 300ft lbs as they stated as max
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So far this cordless 1/2" Impact if fantastic. . .LOTS of power and nice and light, not like the gigantic heavy duty Milwaukee V28 one I bought used this last winter. . .trying to sell that one. . .I am 76 now, and don't have a fraction of the strength I used to have and have arthritis and bursitis, etc., etc.. and trying to hold a 9 pound tool over my head while laying under a vehicle TRYING to fix it, just about kills me . . .so THIS Ryobi tool at only 3.3 pounds is a godsend for this old guy.
AND it seems to have considerably MORE POWER than the much larger Milwaukee tool. The three speeds are great also. and also very much like the 3 little LED lights out front near the sockets. . .much easier to see what you are doing in dark areas then a light by your fingers that cover them up half the time, like my Menard's specials. .(though they work good).
I was a pro for many decades, but am retired now, just working on my hot rods, etc.. TRYING to still have a little fun at this age.
Another thought: Ryobi should get rid of the current battery insertion design. The slide-in battery which everyone has switched to is much more secure and allows more space in the handle to hold the electronics. I feel that the tools holding the current heavy battery cannot take rough handling as the battery would just pop out.
And i must say, its exceeded my expectations. I use it quite regularly to remove wheel lugs, it does that no problem. I recently rebuilt the front suspension in my truck (the reason i bought this), and this beast busted the lower control arm bolts on my 3/4 ton class truck no problem. Those bolts torqued to 210 ft-lbs when installed, so with rust and corrosion that must be pushing close to 300 ft-lbs on removal. Im truly impressed by the power of this thing coming from an air impact.
Ok so its powerful enough for almost any car/truck mechanic job i can think of. And while doing that, its lighter than my air impact was, i dont have the hassle of the air hose everywhere, and not to mention that air compressor isn't blaring away making me go def. The battery life is fairly impressive as well. I use the large 4ah battery with all my tools, and this drains the battery maybe a little faster than my Ryobi drill, but not nearly as fast as my Ryobi circular saw. It has never died on my when i needed it to date with the 4ah battery (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED).
This is a fantastic tool to own if you pair it with the big battery. I've just not had much luck with the smaller Ryobi batteries. Highly recommended for the home mechanic!
I like the idea of the tool, thats why I went ahead and purchased it. I have a variety of 18V Ryobi tools and this will be a great addition to that.
I was disappointed when it came, usually i do not mind products arriving in a plain box when there is substantial savings involved. But this came with a plain box and without any indication whether it is new or refurbished, tried it on a few wheel lugs and there was this strong electrical burn smell coming from the motor. It may just be from the brushes of the motor but none of my other NON-brushless tools gave out that kind of smell.
I did say that i do not mind plain boxes with substantial savings, the same exact item is available at Home Depot for the same price ($119) or better depending on the sales and its guaranteed Brand New. I am sure that this will have a better warranty coverage since i bought it at the official distributor of the tool