Bare-Tool DEWALT DW059B 18-Volt High Torque Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)

Bare-Tool DEWALT DW059B 18-Volt High Torque Impact Wrench (Tool Only, No Battery)

Post by Abalo » Sat, 23 May 2009 21:31:57


Price:$224.99
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I have had this tool for over a year and love it. My dad used it and wanted it. So I bought him one as well. Have also bought my brother one. Highly recommended.
This tool does the job. I took off 32 tires with a fresh battery and didn't miss a *** . If you have 18 volt Dewalt tools the batteries work with this and you're good to go. Get this tool! For Sho!
I have to say I am happy with the tool, but I believe it is a reconditioned tool. While I have found no issues, there was also no instruction booklet or actual packaging for the tool.
Delivering 0-1650 RPM and 0-2600 BPM, DeWalt DW059 cordless Impact Wrench lets you handle a wide range of heavy-duty fastening and loosening applications quickly and easily. The heavy-duty impact mechanism of DeWalt DW059 directs 300 ft-lbs of maximum torque to the fastener without kickback. This cordless Impact Wrench tool is capable of performing a wide range of fastening applications like roofs and wall applications, metal to metal application, metal to wood applications, light-duty fastening applications etc. The textured, anti-slip grip of DeWalt DW059 reduces user fatigue and discomfort. Durability of the Impact Wrench Tool is further ensured by the magnesium gear case and all-metal transmission.





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