Best Air Impact Wrenches: Remove Tight Bolts With Ease
Change lug nuts quickly and efficiently with these top air impact wrenches
This tool features quiet technology to reduce sound. It weighs 4.7 pounds and is built with a titanium hammer case, steel-wear plate, and composite housing that protect the tool from harsh environments.
It has more than enough power to do most jobs, and it's lightweight. The trigger is very smooth, and it's easy to modulate for removing plastic lug nut covers.
The ergonomics could be a little better on the handle, and in reverse, the button may dig into your hand. It can feel noticeably front-heavy without sockets on it.
This wrench provides 1,400 blows per minute and a maximum torque of 900-foot pounds. Its 15-percent larger rotor creates extra power, and it comes with a two-year warranty.
It is relatively quiet, comfortable, and lightweight. It easily removes lug nuts without knocking or jerking. Also, the trigger response is similar to that of a variable speed drill.
It may lose power after a year of heavy use, and it may not provide the power that it advertises. Also, the forward/reverse lever may occasionally stick.
It is up to two inches shorter and 1.5 pounds lighter than its competitors. It delivers 450-foot pounds fastening torque and 600-foot pounds nut-busting torque.
It has plenty of torque, it's strong, and it has great battery life. It is also a bit stubbier than some other high-torque guns so it will fit in more places.
It won't handle tough jobs such as certain suspension work, and it isn't as powerful as the high-torque product made by Milwaukee.