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Old 06-26-2006, 08:24 PM
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Craftsman 19.2 volt Impact Driver

Would you recommend the Craftsman 19.2 volt Impact Driver ,costs $74
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I dont know about the craftsman. All I have ever used in battery tools are dewalt. Drills, Sawzal, Rotohamer metal shears and a few other things. I use the drills every day all day doinhg sheetmetal work and I realy like the tools. I just got a impact driver and like it. It was 209 and change. It comes with a newer type battery that lasts longer. Most time one per day or longer. I think it has 1150 in, lbs of torque for a 14.4 volt.
I think it would depend on how much you plan to use it and on what type of work.
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I've got that drill but mostly use it for household stuff. Works great. Put together one of those Steel buildings together no problem.

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