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P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by abscate » Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:02 am

Already done the deck - drove all the screws with a Bosch cordless drill - did great!


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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by jonesg » Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:01 pm

jtp wrote:
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abscate wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 8:08 am
Im married to the Bosch line with all the other 18V batteries and tools I have, so I am down to that line for this decision. Still mulling it over. I have many 4-5 year old Bosch 18V batteries still in good service so I am happy about that.

The time it takes me to run the extension cord is probably equal to crack time with the 24 inch bar and socket, so if I crack with the bar, then run them off with the 125, Ive saved money and equal time on task. Running the loose ones back on and off is just as time consuming, so Im leaning away from the 500.
I love Bosch power tools too. You know that Bosch with 125 ftlb is going to punch above its weight.

The 500 would be money if you end up building a deck any time soon though :D
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Bosch is dead last because they were first to introduce these drivers. They never really upgraded their design, still a neat tool.



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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by jonesg » Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:05 pm

mecheng wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 7:28 am
I have a 1/2" Corded http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/maste ... p.html#srp

which goes on sale for $50, it is good for 240 ftlbs and I beleive it, it has loosened some stubborn suspension bolts.
I don't like battery 1/2" impact drivers because batteries degread over time and sometimes you need the full juice.

I just picked up this 1/4" Ridgid for small jobs: splash shields, odds and ends bolts. Its rated for 80 ft lbs but It won't take off lug nuts. I think its the bargain of the century, it comes with a drill and its very light and compact, only $128, probably much cheaper in the US. The drill puts a 3" screw into wood in no time, I was surprised and expecting it to be weak. And it has a lifetime warantee!! even the battery! Milwaukee has a similar version a bit pricer, but I'm tired of dealing with dead batteries even though Milwaukee is great.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.12v- ... 11551.html
I think Rigid is made by the Milwaukee parent group. We're spoilt for choice.



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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by abscate » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:13 am

Well, I couldn't decide between the Bosch tool or the nice set of Tekron box ends...but luckily the last two kids who arent self sufficient are twins ...
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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by scot850 » Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:02 am

You are a good Dad, so you deserve these little 'trinket's'. Your kids are also banking karma points when their cars need fixed again!

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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by ZionXIX » Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:30 pm

Nice wrenches! Are they the 6pts I posted?
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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by cuhfs » Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:40 pm

Congrats on the new toys


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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by jtp » Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:56 pm

Nice !


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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by abscate » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:59 pm

ZionXIX wrote:
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Nice wrenches! Are they the 6pts I posted?
Yes! Nice metal and balance.


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Re: P80 cordless Bosch lug nut tool 125 or 500 ft lb version?

Post by abscate » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:13 pm

Update. My kids bought me both those nice wrenches and the 1500 inch pound 1/2 inch Bosch driver

It won’t crack most frozen wheel nuts/bolts but I need a breaker to set torque anyhow

It’s perfect for running the The fasteners up/down during wheel work


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