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3/8", Cordless Impact Wrench Voltage 14.4, Li-Ion Bare Tool (No Battery)
- Item # 2XY48
- Mfr. Model # W150
- UNSPSC # 27112713
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 4.28 lbs.
- ItemCordless Impact Wrench
- Drive ConfigurationStraight
- Battery Included / Bare ToolBare Tool (No Battery)
- Drive Size3/8"
- No Load RPM0 to 2200
- Blows per Minute0 to 3000
- Battery TypeLi-Ion
- Tool Length8-1/4"
- Tool Weight3.1 lb.
- Max. Torque150 ft.-lb.
- Clutch StyleBall and Cam
- Handle TypePistol Grip
- Battery Pack Replacement2XY56 or 2XY59
- Battery Capacity2.4Ah
- FeaturesEngineered Composite Housing with Patent Pending Metal Sub Frame for Unbreakable Strength, All Metal Hammercase and Housing Ring for Added Durability
- IncludesTool Only
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