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Cordless Ratchet Kit, 12.0V, 3/8 In.

  • Item# 7DA11
  • Mfr. Model# 2457-21/48-11-2401
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  • UNSPSC# 27112713
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  • Shipping Weight 4.9 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • Item Cordless Ratchet Kit
  • Battery Included / Bare Tool Battery Included
  • Voltage 12.0
  • Drive Size 3/8"
  • No Load RPM 250
  • Max. Torque 35 ft.-lb.
  • Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
  • Battery Included 2XKZ6
  • Battery Pack Replacement 2XKZ6
  • Battery Capacity 1.5Ah
  • Includes Cordless Ratchet (13G249) and Battery Pack (2XKZ6)
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 19reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Difficult to change It's just really hard at times to push the tabs in and get the battery out. Surprised nobody has commented on this before. I guess I'm used to other brands where the battery locking system is easier to use, but I don't expect such a common activity to be so awkward. April 15, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hobby Ratchet I'm a 35 year Cat tech and have several Milwaukee cordless tools but am not to impressed with this is quick and good for hose clamps but after breaking a bolt loose if it has rust or any restrictions it will just quit, the same with running a bolt in.I have to still use my air ratchet and have resorted to use this in cabs and dashes where the fasteners are smaller February 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Is it the Battery or the charger So several months ago I sent an email in requesting help with my battery charging issues, unfortunately there has been no response. I will express my concern here and now even further issues. I purchased two new batteries today and they to be damaged as well. The charger flashes red and green with both the new and original batteries. The question I have now is it the charger or the batteries? Not impressed at all. Replaced my larger battery drill today with Makita. April 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by poor battery life or defective drill my battery meter on my impact drill reads low batttery so i am asuming the batteries are no good any more after all they dont last as long as they used to. March 25, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Batteries are stamped!!! Receipt needed I have been using The M-12 Driver/Drill as well as the Mspect tool. I really like the size and weight, but please remember to keep your receipt. I purchased and returned three batteries to the service center. They tested bad and the date stamped on them was prior to when I pruchased the tools and batteries. There was a need to produce a receipt, that I did not find, and I was without batteries, and had to buy more. Remember to keep your receipt as sometimes these units stay on shelves and the batteries expire per the stamped date rahter than the time you register your tool(s). It was frustrating, but I still like the tools...Fool me once... November 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not For Serious Use - Head Breaks Easily I'm a heavy user but I'm not rich and take very good care of my tools. This tool worked very well for about a month and then "POP" and something in the head broke and the tool motor still spins but not the socket drive. It worked very well for spinning in fasteners without a bulky airhose... but you CANNOT EVER use it to break loose or final torque any fasteners or the head will break. I hope Milwaukee improves the durability of this tool because I miss it already - but I can't afford to replace it every few months. September 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by have it for 2 years still new in box I have this pack for 2 years and still new how long the batteries will last till I decided to use it. I have power tools that I used from the same manufacture and they work super. I do not when I'm going to used it. Any recommendations? April 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great tool I am an auto mechanic and have used air ratchets for some time. I purchased this because I was tired of fighting with air hoses. I do not always work in the same bay in the shop, so moving around with tools is easy. I even have to do some repairs outside and cordless tools are great for this. Also, sometimes I do repairs on the side for extra $$$, and don't have access to big air at my home. In fact I have several cordless tools (all but one is Milwaukee) and think they are great. I use this tool to speed up repairs and it probably saves me a huge amount of time over a given week. Because it is shorter overall than a 3/8" air ratchet (with an air coupling), it allows me to take out bolts in tight places quickly and easily. Without a hose I find it will fit in tight places, and don't have to worry about dragging an air hose or coupling over someones fender. I use it every day and on almost every job. I left it in a customers car once and had to do without it for a week or so and I REALLY missed it. I love this tool. However, it is not perfect. First, the pros: The quality of the tool is excellent. The head of the tool is very compact and will fit into tight places. The light is great, as is the led battery life iindicator. The battery charge seems to last forever. It can be used as a normal ratchet to break loose bolt and turn them out without power (more on this later). The cons are: The body is a little bulky, but not uncomfortably so. I find the direction switch a little stiff, and sometimes it hangs up enough that I have to use pliers to change direction. I took the head apart thinking it was dirty and found that the pin that puts pressure on the ratchet mechanism is pointed rather than rounded and has worn a small indent into the pawl. This is after only a couple of months use. I believe if this were rounded or tipped with a ball bearing this problem would not exist. Another solution would be a direction switch on the body rather than the head. The ratchet is not powerful by any means, especially compared to an air tool, but this overcome by the ability to break nuts loose like a normal ratchet and then power them out. On the other hand, it is not overpowered or too quick (like many air tools are now) so can be used to reassemble also, without fear of over tightening or breaking stuff. Overall, this is an excellent tool and I would buy another if this were taken away tomorrow. January 12, 2013
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