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    Nothing but a Thing jorgelrod's Avatar
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    Well, bit the bullet and got this set on Ebay for what I think is a good price for the wrench, two batteries, the charger and a bag. Got six months interest free to pay it with PayPal which is a good deal.
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    Totally impressed with FUEL models....



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    2767, it’s a beast and you will love it.


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    The bigger one was the way to go. The smaller one would have worked for most things. But if you need to add a 10" extension to get rear seat bolts out the first time in a JKU then thats where the bigger one will pay for itself.

    Pick up one of the small 1/2" or 3/8", super handy to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Good2Go View Post
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    +1 on this. Just got the big 3/4” impact at work and it’s a beast. Also picked up a grinder but haven’t used it yet.


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    When is the 1" coming out? Been waiting nearly a year now.

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    I had a problem with the differential bolts on my Jeep a few days ago. I bought the 2767, no more problem now. My new favorite power tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boudica View Post
    I had a problem with the differential bolts on my Jeep a few days ago. I bought the 2767, no more problem now. My new favorite power tool.
    That was cheaper than taking it to a shop, and now you have a great tool for all the other projects

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    That was cheaper than taking it to a shop, and now you have a great tool for all the other projects
    Exactly .

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    My cheap Ryobi works fine.


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