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Ryobi Impact Driver

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  • RUBBER OVERMOLD: A notched mold on the pistol grip allows you to keep a firm hold on this tool for improved accuracy, even in slippery conditions
  • TRI-BEAM LED LIGHTING illuminates your workspace upon activating the trigger, letting you see where you work
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Ryobi P236A 18V One + Cordless 1/4" Impact Driver Li-Ion, NiCd - Bare Tool

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10 New Brushless Impact Drivers

10 New Brushless Impact Drivers

February 25, 2018 - Fine Homebuilding

contributor David Frane recently tested 10 impact drivers from Bosch, DeWalt, Hitachi, Hilti, Kobalt, Makita, Milwaukee, Porter-Cable, Ridgid, and Ryobi for a feature in FHB issue #274. All of the drivers have brushless motors...

Hitachi Power Tools to Become Metabo HPT | Pro Tool Reviews

Hitachi Power Tools to Become Metabo HPT | Pro Tool Reviews

March 12, 2018 - Pro Tool Reviews (blog)

Hitachi Power Tools will be known as Metabo HPT in the coming months as the company transitions away from the rest of the Hitachi group. Back in 2017, Hitachi bought out Metabo to bring the German manufacturer on board. Shortly after, investment firm...

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Ryobi 18V Li-Ion Cordless Electric Impact Driver Remove Lug Nuts

This is a Ryobi P234G Impact Driver that I am using to test by removing lug nuts off a Honda Odyssey. These lugs are torque to factory spec of 94 ft-lbs.

Ryobi Impact Driver Review

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The Hunting & Fishing Camp Builder's Guide

The Hunting & Fishing Camp Builder's Guide

Skyhorse Publishing Inc.. 2018

There cannot be a hunter and angler who has not, at some time or other, daydreamed about building his or her own camp. Hunting & Fishing Camp Builder's Guide provides the concepts, plans, and know-how to turn a daydream into a reality. Monte Burch applies decades of how-to skills to describe the "ins and outs" of design and construction. From the cabin to the furniture inside, you can do it all yourself and create the camp or lodge of your dreams. Includes 200 full-color photographs and 50 black-and-white illustrations.

American Woodworker

American Woodworker

American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.

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  1. I like it a lot. It’s a luxury having one R-tool drill, and then the impact driver. Load one with the drill bit, drive with the other. Heaven. One caution that I read somewhere, and found true: the impact driver has a bit of problem in soft wood and particularly with pocket screws, both of which you like to sort of “sneak up” on the dividing line between tight and stripped. ID’s don’t have adjustable torque settings.

  2. This is not a driver, but an impact wrench. There is no way to modulate the torque, so you can’t use it for lightweight jobs like… furniture…haha… I tried, drove the screw right through plywood, which it was supposed to fasten.I bought it to remove lug nuts and such, so it worked great.It didn’t remove the lug nuts outright, which had to be started with a breaker bar first, but still it helped right after that.I’ve seen reviews of other brands like Craftsman removing a lug nut outright – I think this is fine for a DIYer like myself, but probably not for a pro.Afterthought: after an automotive job fixing a broken wheel stud, I find the lack of power annoying. I’m not complaining about this little green guy, it was a good buy, but it doesn’t have enough torque for something a bit more demanding.

  3. Was so glad to be able to buy this without the battery since I already had 2 from a reciprocating saw and a drill. The impact driver really does the job a cordless drill can’t when it comes to sinking screws into hard wood or other substances. It earned its keep on the first day I took it out of the package.

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