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    Impact Wrench

    Got a new toy today! Is this enough for brush hog blade bolt torque specs?
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    Returned the impact before I ever used it. Found out that they are selling the same impact with a 5 mah battery for the same price as I paid for the impact alone. Ordered it and waiting......
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    Impressive specs

    That's an impressive spec on the wrench. I hope they send you the replacement kit quickly.

    If your experience is like mine on a mower castle nut, you are going to need every foot lb. An 1,100 lb air wrench wouldn't move mine. Ended up having to heat it and use a long pipe extension with one person giving it everything they had and another one hitting the pipe with a two pound hammer before it would break loose.

    The simple job of replacing a bottom seal turned into a real PITA. I hope the wrench will break yours free but I'd suggest soaking the nut with PB or another good solvent while you are waiting for the wrench.

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    I got that same deal impact with battery, used it several times.....love it
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    I have the same Milwaukee impact wrench, only the older version at 1100 lbs torque. I just changed the blades on my very old 10ft brush hog using that wrench. It would not break all of them loose and would not tighten them all the way either with it's 700 lb fastening torque. However, I learned something doing that and finally got the bolts tightened all the way. I had the brush hog stood up on it's tail wheels and the impact wrench was beating on nothing as the blade pan was not rock steady. So with all the blades already partially tightened, I lowered it back to the ground, but put a wood block under the bolt on the blade pan, which allowed me to complete the tightening. With the hammer effect of the impact wrench, it needs a solid backing to be able to work effectively. I believe if I had done this during the loosening, it may have been able to break them free without having to cut them off.

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    I started out with that 1/2-inch impact wrench and then later added the compact 3/8-inch wrench. I call them Fat Man and Little Boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    I started out with that 1/2-inch impact wrench and then later added the compact 3/8-inch wrench.

    I just did the same a few weeks ago, the big one was just to big most of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I just did the same a few weeks ago, the big one was just to big most of the time.
    Yep - the little 3/8" with the 1.5Ah battery is sweet for removing mower blades when up on the MoJack. But I make sure all my fasteners know that if they resist - out comes Fat Man and they ain't gonna be happy. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I just did the same a few weeks ago, the big one was just to big most of the time.
    I love my older little Dewalt impact driver! It makes most bolts real tight and removes a bunch. I been using a impact to take things apart for ages now. I was so glad they started making light ones to save the wrist.
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