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Old 06-27-2011, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Keith View Post
That actually has 1200 in-lbs rather than ft-lbs. That is more of an impact driver than impact wrench. Great for driving in screws, but near the upper limit of it's capability taking off blades and such.
You are right sir! Seems to work fine for me. I put anti-seize on my threads every other change and I think that helps out a lot too.
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