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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:21 pm 
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Thinking of ordering the above.supposed to have 400nm of torque and has a good review.interested in other peoples views on these.

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i assume automotive as its 1/2"
youll need a reasonable air supply to work for more than a few bolts :dunno:

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If it is air remember that to achieve the maximum torque rating you will need to supply the required CFM at the pressure for a continuous period. This is where I struggle with my impact wrench, my lines are too small to give it the air it really needs, should have gone electric but mostly use a breaker bar anyway.


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Sorry folks forgot to mention its a 20v cordless.

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ok still for automotive rather than woodwork ??
https://www.drapertools.com/product/437 ... ger-(400Nm)

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Ah ok. I have some of the storm force 10.8v range and it's alright. Nothing special but it does the job.


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I doubt it will do 400nm, as that's impacts in the £2-300 range, note that the cheaper storm force 20v impacts are bare units only


Edit. Maximum Torque: 250Nm (That's more like it and that will be at the full 20v)

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https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Dra ... -Bare-Unit

https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Dra ... ries-3.0Ah


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