FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee M18 Cordless Impact Wrench - 1/2in., 18 Volt, Detent Pin Anvil, Model# 2662-22
Well Built Tool
The Milwaukee M18 Cordless Impact Hammer is a hard working, well built tool that can go anywhere on our work site of building a new log cabin. We highly recommend this tool and it is better than Craftsman and Black & Decker tools which do not last. We had this one for 2 years and it is still working like new.
August 24, 2012
Gerat power, Easy to use, Great tool
I am a milwright in a foundry. we use this impact wrench on nuts and bolts from 3/8" to 1-1/2", with torque settings up to 200 ft/lbs. Before purchasing the 18 volt cordless wrench we had to run airlines to use air wrenches on overhead cranes and underground trenches. With being cordless we cut down on time and extra equipment, saving the company money. I had doubts about it at first, but once I used it, I see it has more than enough power. I'm trying to get one for each of us. Because of the ease of use, I'm going to purchase on for home too.
August 20, 2012
Milwaukee M18 Cordless Impact Hammer
This tool is a real work horse!! It seems to just want to work without fail. It runs forever with these batteries and I hardly have to use the second battery. My brother has impacts for his business that cost much more but he favors this product. He always uses it when we work together. I have never had a nut or bolt that I could not loosen or remove using this Impact. I use it on a farm and even take it with me in my truck when I am on the road for flat tire changes, etc. I highly recommend this product.
January 9, 2012
Very powerful cordless tool,batteries last a long time,hold a charge for ever it seems,then is as strong as fresh charged when needed. Very happy with tool.
October 19, 2011
I have 2 of these in our shop. They stand up to everyday day use in an industrial enviornment. The most powerful cordless gun I have ever seen in 20 years.
June 14, 2011
i use this on my job repairing trucks and trailers it is very handy if I need to do something out in the yard you dont have to drag a air hose on weekends it goes to the race track with me if I have a flat in a race my pit guy changes my tire and I go back out and we use it between races too it is a great tool
June 13, 2011
Extremly Powerful Beast
I'm a professional auto tech. I have been looking into getting a 1/2" cordless impact for some time. All the tool trucks sell cordless impacts, but the cost is anywhere from 6 to 8 hundred. Way out of my price range.
I had been looking at getting the Dewalt impact, and i ran across some very good deals, but something told me to wait it out. I got to use a dewalt, and though i liked it, i did not like the way the trigger works. Basically, you pull in at the top, it goes forward, you press it down, it goes reverse.
I don't know about other dewalt guns, but this one had a FULL ON, FULL OFF switch. You could not vary the speed. That 1 small detail killed the idea of buying a dewalt.
I then ran across the Milwaukee while shopping at Northern tools. I didn't even know they made one! I had bought a milwaukee 1/4" impact driver a few years ago ( the m-12 with adjustable clutch). I have used that gun everyday since i bought it, and it has never let me down. It's the most used tool in my toolbox.
I then checked reviews on this impact, and finally decited to MAN UP and get it. Let me tell you....this thing has a soul of a demon wanting to unleash chaos and destruction to any stubborn nut or bolt that stands it it's way. The power is incredible !!
I love the fact that it has a variable trigger; meaning that you can pull slightly on the trigger, and it will spin slowly, letting you run up lugnuts or bolts without full power being applied. You may not think thats a big deal, but trust me...IT IS !! Then you pull the trigger, and the demon comes out....laying out powerful impacts upon it's victim.
We tried an experment while at work. One other tech got his 6 month old, top of the line snap-on air impact. We got a old Ford axle with the lugnut studs still in it, placed it in a vise, and let him hammer the heck out of the lugnuts with his air impact. The Milwaukee pulled them right off without a studder. He was shocked that a cordless could stand up to his air gun. Next, i hammered the lugnuts on, and in the process, i broke 2 studs. If you have a Ford truck, look at the threads on your lugnuts...they are very coarse threads and pretty thick. He then pulled off the other lugnuts, and on 2 of them, his gun took about 3 seconds to break them lose.
He was sold. He's getting one next month.
I also have done ball joints with this impact, and it drives them out like nothing.
This impact is it. If you want to spend a lot of money for a tool-truck impact, be my guest. But after seeing someone use this, you'll feel like you got robbed. And most tool-truck warranties are only 1 year for the battery, and 2 years for the gun. Milwaukee has a 5 year...5 YEAR WARRANTY.
This is the impact you've been waiting for. You will not regret purchasing this gun. Trust me. It has the power you need for almost every application you can think of.
June 11, 2011
I maintain a fleet of government vehicles and change a lot of tires. This tool is much better than I expected, the battery life is exceptional and so far I have had no fastener that it was not able to remove. The power is incredible.
March 23, 2011
milwaukee m18 impact hammer
I have used milwaukee tools for 10 years. When this was on sale i could not resist buying this. Excellent power tool and i even use it to rotate tires once i have loosened the lug nuts one turn. Good job MILWAUKEE !!!! They have the power when you need it , and for farm, home , and even commerical use they are the best on the market
March 23, 2011
this impact gun is alsome a guy i worked with had one an i used it every time i had to do some on a semi truck an i loved it. it was not to hevey an it was comfortable to .even on tough nuts ,it was easy to use forward an backward button nice an easy.i could not find anything i did not like about it.so all in all the best i ever used.
March 22, 2011