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I have the Milwaukee 18V Li-ion kit, but I barely use anything other than the impact...has some good torque and the LED on the front is pretty powerful, also I have a pretty decent 1/4" driver/bit set that is helpful with the impact
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I have not come up against an anode rod that my 1/2" Snap-On 18V impact will not take out. Hang, on there have been a couple, but nothing a breaker bar and a 5' piece of pipe couldn't cure. Just make sure you have a helper to hold the heater. There was one, I had to completely remove, take it outside and lay it on its side, and have two guys hold the heater. However, most of the time the cordless impact wrench works just fine. I even use it for taking the tires off of my wife's SUV. I can use it with my P30 step van, but better have a couple of good charged batteries.
Once you become a pickle you can't go back to being a cucumber.
with the torque multiplier, it has to hold back against the other nipple (h or c) to use as a back up. the torque wrench is better as it doesn't require a hold back, but the multiplier is pretty simple and cheap.
Great I followed that link to see what it looked like and bought a air operated motorcycle lift
Note to self don't follow tool links
And I have the 18v ridgid impact and use it all the time works great!
I just bought the new 24v stuff and it looks even better but I am waiting to see if there are battery issues that others in the tool section have written about.