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Old 09-20-2017, 03:12 PM   #41
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That Snap On is a 3/8" square socket drive only, right rrolleston?
1/4" hex chuck

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1/4" hex chuck

Yes that's it.

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I have adapters for sockets that I use in it all the time.

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Yes that's it.
I read up on it this am after you said it was 14.4v.

Seems like a really good impact.
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The Dewalt right angle 20v (or whatever voltage it is) is vastly superior to the 18v Milwaukee one. The milwaukee one is weak. I have M-12 impact and the M-12 drill where noise is an issue. I have tried the M18 oscillating tool and liked it enough that when the Fein one dies, that its replacement. I could probably set aside the corded circular saw and go cordless too. Have the Hackzall and like it. I have M18 impacts with 1/4 and 3/4 inch drive (for flywheels and pole base nuts). Love the m12 ratchet.
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