These two drills from Milwaukee are perfect for any DIYer who needs to make large holes. They both come equipped with modern technology and affordable prices, but there's one thing that sets the 2767-20 apart from its counterpart - extra features like an attached kit or better warranty policy!
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This 1/2” impact wrench is an absolute beast when it comes to fastening or nut busting. I do not have the means to be able to actually gauge the amount of torque this tool actually produces, but it has not failed in whatever job I put it to. It has a four mode drive control so that you choose what m...
It's a beast, it will take lug nuts off of semi trucks would definitely recommend this to anyone.
Lots of power to remove rusted nuts
Great torque.has broke every nut&bolt I have tried so far! Great feel to the tool.
Amazing Powerful, yet very controllable, also incredibly battery frugal considering the output. Don't use cheap non impact sockets with this tool, you will cause the chrome to fly! Light is also handy.
its lite and works like a charm. I have been using this for two weeks now working on cars and I am happy with its performance.
The gun is strong enough to remove truck wheel nuts. It's a little clunky and a little heavy for a 1/2" gun but a bunch lighter and smaller than the 1" gun that I normally use to remove truck wheel nuts. I got the 9amh battery and will work the heck out of the gun and test its durability. If it's li...
Used the impact a couple of times so far. I love it. More powerful than Imagined. A must have for a automotive mechanic.
Zip. Zip. It’s a great tool for removing my riding mower blades, ( torqued at 100lbs). I also have a ridgid impact driver, but it doesn’t always do the job. The Milwaukee tool is a charm. My only complaint is how heavy it is, but you don’t get all that power for nothing.
Bought this impact wrench to break loose an over-tightened and rusted bolt in a confined space which had halted progress on a project. This impact wrench loosened the bolt in seconds and has earned the title as my new favorite tool. 10/10 would recommend.
Its a great tool. But noticed the inner workings have play when moved with a little force foward and backwards, and was wondering if this was normal?
It has insane power. On a full charge I haven’t found a bolt it won’t remove yet.
I’m a professional automotive technician. I use my power tools everyday, including both M18 and M12. I’ve had the high torque for about two years now. It has broken on me in the middle of a job when I was depending on it 3 separate times. Milwaukee was great about fixing it promptly during the pand...
This impact is the industry leader for a reason, the battery lasts multiple days in a busy tire shop, it’s weighted right, it’s smooth, just all around a great tool
good impact, bought it because my other one couldn’t take lug nuts off my tractor, this impact did it like a breeze. only time will tell how durable it is, looks pretty well constructed so far.
Excellent product. The only issue that I had was short battery life but you’ll get that on those big jobs.
This is the best impact of them all, The Rigid can’t even compare (having used both) In my opinion. This thing also has enough power to break your bones. I haven’t found a bolt that couldn’t be broken free by the Milwaukee.
Not sure why I waited this long to buy one. It's awesome. Power to spare.
I'm my opinion, when it comes to ALL impact drivers and wrenches, there is Milwaukee.. and everything else. This thing is an absolute Black & Decker socket wrecker unless you use high quality impact rated sockets. I have yet to find a bolt, nut, etc, that has even made this thing even come close to...
Milwaukee is quickly making my air compressor obsolete! It was time to rotate the tires on the truck, quite a task for my impact driver and the air compressor. With my old setup, the air compressor was constantly on regenerate mode, using a lot of air to do to job. And with that being said, I sti...
Questions & Answers
Is this 1400 torque ??
Yes, the unit offers up to 1400 ft. /lbs. of nut-busting torque.
Yes 1400 foot pounds of breaking force and 1000 foot pounds of fastening
That's what they say. I'm not sure, but I do know it has A LOT more than my Blue Point 600 ft lb air impact, and has more power in the lowest range than my Dewalt 18 volt.
Yes, it is very big heavy and not portable for moving around.
There is a lot of fiction in impact wrench torque claims. Look on you tube and you will see this compared to others and is the strongest of 1/2" impacts and price range (which isn't cheap) , but probable not 1400. It is still holding its ranking even though this model has been out a few years. Some how they (all manufacturers) have gotten to claiming astronomically high torques. Maybe the industry will regulate itself before the government does.
Is it to strong for average car work?
If you dont know how to feel the ugga duggas then yes it can overpower many bolts. At 1400 ft-lbs if the bolt doest come out its gonna break it. My favorite feature of high power guns. I primarily use a 1400 ft-lb gun on al of my car work and have not encountered a problem. Remember, regulate your uggas and your duggas.
Depends what you want to use it on. If your looking to take off or put on lug nuts, working on strut/spring bolts or engine mounting hardware; this thing is perfect for the job. Small stuff though you would be better suited for an actual impact ratchet vs impact gun like this.
The battery has settings for medium duty use. It lowers the torque levels. If you need it for suspension or chassis work, I this it would be ideal.
Nope not at all. I use the #1 setting to tighten lug nuts and then torque it down. This impact has 4 settings for anything that requires some extra torque to install or remove parts.
Perfect for auto repairs and to get off those over torqued lug nuts and bolts
What is the TORQUE rating on the 18 models. Not RPM or IPM.
I’ve read online that the removal torque is 1700 lb ft
1400 ft. lbs
According to the specs it has 1000 ft./lbs. of fastening torque and 1400 ft./lbs. of nut-busting torque. I used it on some very tough lug nuts on an implement rim and it handled it no problem.
I love it.
1,400 ft lbs of nut busting torque.
what is difference between the 2767-20 and the 2767-22 model
2767-22 is the kit and the 2767-20 is just the wrench
the -20 is tool only has no batteries and the -22 is a kit has 2 batteries, charger and case
-20 is bare tool, -22 comes with battery, charger, case .....
2767-22 Cost much more, cause it is come with nice carrying case, batteries, rapid charger. 2767-20 less expensive ( just the Tool), no carrying case, no battery, no rapid charger.
There is no difference between the impact wrenches. The -20 is only the tool without battery. The -22 is the kit with batteries and charger.
What is the diference between Pin Detent vs Friction Ring, the use, when, etc?
The friction ring is a compression ring that applies pressure to all 4 sides of the socket to hold it onto the impact. The pin detent is a ball and has a spring behind it to provide tension on the inside of a socket.
I choose the friction ring if you keep changing your sockets.
See pictures. One is a detent. The other is a friction ring. The most common that I have seen on an impact is the friction ring. The detent in the picture is on an extension, but sometimes the detent is not the ball shape, but a little more pointy or square and sometimes you need a punch to push the detent back in to remove the socket. I prefer but the friction ring.
It refers to the way the socket is held on. at the end of the square shank that the sockets mount, there is a wire ring that compresses and hold the socket on which is called the friction ring. Most 1/2" impact guns purchased are the friction ring style. Trust me - You will not be disappointed with this impact !!! I retired my air gun since this thing is easier to use and stronger than my high priced 1/2" air impacts
Pin Detent has a ball bearing on one side of square drive that is raised. This allows for impact socket with pin hole to latched to raised pin. This is handy when working in tight applications which socket may not stay on square drive after tensioning. Friction Ring is metal ring at tip of square drive that contracts when socket is pushed onto square drive. It applies enough pressure to keep socket onto the drive. However once sockets become worn from excessive impact applications, sockets have a tendency to slip off.
Is This the impact part number 2767 or part number 2673
I forgot, honestly!
2767-20 = bare tool.