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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    I think snap on does male their own battery impact.
    I don't think so but I'll look in to it. If so, it would surprise me
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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    I don't think so but I'll look in to it. If so, it would surprise me
    I did a quick search and did not find anything, it is at least US made. I know they make their own air tools.
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    Default Re: Cordless impact wrenches

    I have the dewalt 18v cordless impact.. love it, I use it more now than I do my regular 18v drill.. any time I need to drive a screw that is. when I bought the drill it came with 3 batteries so when I bought the impact wrench I got it just tool no batteries. 22

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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post

    Snap on does not make their own electrical tools.
    Well, then who makes it, or do you know?

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    Default Re: Cordless impact wrenches

    I like others kinda was trapped into Dewalt. If I had a choice ,Milwaukee would be in my box, that being said I have 2 1/4" impact drivers, a 3/8 impact ( which will shear a 3/8 grade 5) and a 1/2 impact( which has about 300lbs torque) the compressor and big impacts only come out for the tough stuff !!
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    Default Re: Cordless impact wrenches

    Quote Originally Posted by brain55 View Post
    Well, then who makes it, or do you know?
    Looks like a company named Souix that Snap-On owns...

    eBay Guides - Snap-On Cordless tools are as good as their batteries

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    Quote Originally Posted by DFB View Post

    Looks like a company named Souix that Snap-On owns...

    eBay Guides - Snap-On Cordless tools are as good as their batteries
    Souix is good stuff, I've used some of their corded stuff over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain55 View Post
    Well, then who makes it, or do you know?
    Yea, I know. Now you do too. You happy now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post

    Yea, I know. Now you do too. You happy now?
    I'm curious, why the attitude? I stated that I wasn't sure from the beginning, and asked if you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain55 View Post
    I'm curious, why the attitude? I stated that I wasn't sure from the beginning, and asked if you did.
    I give the same that I get.{Well, then who makes it, or do you know?} The proper way is, or don't you know!!
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