đź”– Deals Looking for a cordless ratchet

willsmysticcobra

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Gents, the neuropathy in my hands is starting to annoy me and even make wrenching in the garage uncomfortable and frustrating at times. I feel a cordless ratchet would really help vs manually turning a ratchet on various fasteners. You guys all seem to be big Milwaukee fans, is there a particular unit you'd recommend for a shadetree guy ? Don't need anything extreme , but enough to bust most fasteners loose in 3/8 drive, Thanks. bonus for fathers day deals !
 

camarothatcould

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Insider extended reach. Doubles as quarter and tree 8's

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Shawn1112

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Gents, the neuropathy in my hands is starting to annoy me and even make wrenching in the garage uncomfortable and frustrating at times. I feel a cordless ratchet would really help vs manually turning a ratchet on various fasteners. You guys all seem to be big Milwaukee fans, is there a particular unit you'd recommend for a shadetree guy ? Don't need anything extreme , but enough to bust most fasteners loose in 3/8 drive, Thanks. bonus for fathers day deals !
I have a Husky, Milwaukee, and Dewalt lol.
They all get the job done but the Milwaukee is the best of the 3 imo,

 

Turbocharged400sbc

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Oh now those fuckers have a thin long neck. Nice through head. I bought all the blackkhawk/gear wrench/ husky through spline drive socket/extensions/tap handles before they discontinued the line that just hex drive or a proprietary?

Still love my snappy...and the brushless die grinder/polisher

Milwaukee have a 90* die grinder now too?


Insider extended reach. Doubles as quarter and tree 8's

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