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    Milwaukee impact wrenches

    Would the 2662 be enough to work on the jeep, or do I need to go to the 2767? Looking to make a smart purchase...
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    Theres a couple different options from milwaukee. In the case of these two. The 2662 is a brushed motor single speed unit. Which will be the "cheaper" unit. The 2767 has a brushless motor and 3 speeds. The 2767 has 3 settings which change the amount of impacts per minute. And the 2767 is a bit shorter.

    The fuel brushless motors should also last longer than brushed.

    I would say if you have milwaukee batteries/tools buy the 2767 bare tool.

    Also if you think youll be doing frequent socket changes get the unit with the friction ring not the pin detent. The 2767 has both options available. Im not sure about the 2662.


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    Milwaukee impact wrenches

    Just picked this up at a local supplier last week, it was a rep days sale and the kit with the impact Charger and two batteries was $349 when you turn in any old tool with two old batteries, then they handed me a free third battery
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    It’s the friction ring not the pin detent with “1400 foot pounds of nut busting torque”


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Just picked this up at a local supplier last week, it was a rep days sale and the kit with the impact Charger and two batteries was $349 when you turn in any old tool with two old batteries, then they handed me a free third battery
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    It’s the friction ring not the pin detent with “1400 foot pounds of nut busting torque”


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    Nice find, That’s a great price!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Nice find, That’s a great price!


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    I actually bought it for a friend of mine unfortunately


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    I have the 2767 for the shop and it works pretty well.


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    I picked up a 2767 a while ago as well. Works great. Have yet to run a battery out but I did buy a couple spares. So far, the only nut I couldn't break loose was the yoke nut on my T-Case. Started picking up additional M18 Fuel series tools because this one worked so well. LOL, the M18 weedwhacker is stupid cool to use. Wife even uses it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    I picked up a 2767 a while ago as well. Works great. Have yet to run a battery out but I did buy a couple spares. So far, the only nut I couldn't break loose was the yoke nut on my T-Case. Started picking up additional M18 Fuel series tools because this one worked so well. LOL, the M18 weedwhacker is stupid cool to use. Wife even uses it
    Those are nice, my father got battery yard tools because he couldn’t get gas ones to start anymore


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    I have the brushed motor m18 impact. Didn’t know about the fuel at the time of purchase. Even with the fuel having more torque than mine it still zips 99% of the bolts I need loose. On rare occasions I need a breaker bar first.
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    Milwaukee impact wrenches

    I have two. A 2755 and a 2663. I use the smaller 2755, mostly, but it won’t do everything. It’s powerful enough for most tasks, though. The 2663 is much more powerful. So powerful it will break a wheel stud.

    If the 2767 has 3 speeds, like Wethy said, go for that one.


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