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Silverline Electric Impact Wrench on Amazon (waiting for stock) £26.05

£26.05 @ Amazon
A bit of a niche item; only worth it for fairly involved weekend mechanics! This is usually between £50 and £100 depending on where you buy. Around £50 in Amazon. It has been cheaper (£20?). It gets r… Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
A bit of a niche item; only worth it for fairly involved weekend mechanics!
This is usually between £50 and £100 depending on where you buy. Around £50 in Amazon. It has been cheaper (£20?).
It gets really good reviews compared with other electric wrenches owing to variable speed.
Far better and quieter option than a cheap compressor and cheap air tools.
For OCCASIONAL use by home mechanics (like me) on stuck nuts, wheel lugs, suspension parts etc, you can't go wrong IMO.
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gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!
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hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!


it was probably the tool using it
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gazdoubleu
adamspencer95
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!


it was probably the tool using it


Just as well you are trolling behind your keyboard Adam as you might find the said tool massaging your prostate!


what you do in your spare time is of no interest to me

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3 Likes #1
I want one but I don't know why.....
1 Like #2
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
#3
That's a cracking deal. Been waiting on one for ages. Thanks championadam!
#4
good price , ordered , thanks op
1 Like #5
thanks OP. ordered one as I have been stuck a few times with various bolts and have been using heat to remove them as I dont have a garage to store a compressor and air tools. I didn't realise they do wired ones as I had only seen the battery powered ones that are a few hundred quid.
#6
Thanks, ordered one.
1 Like #7
Hmmm..... another tool.....must resist ;)
#8
it will drop further if all cancelled their order :p
15 Likes #9
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!
10 Likes #10
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!


it was probably the tool using it
2 Likes #11
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!
thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!

To quote AVE, "is it the tool or the tool behind the tool"
1 Like #12
adamspencer95
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!


it was probably the tool using it


Just as well you are trolling behind your keyboard Adam as you might find the said tool massaging your prostate!
1 Like #13
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.

I think the Parkside one is off/on though isn't it?

This one has variable speed/torque depending on trigger squeeze so should be easier to avoid nut stripping.
#14
If only it was battery powered :(
2 Likes #15
I don't really know much about these things, but theres also a cordless Bosch Impact Wrench for £25.60 which has just dropped from ~£100 so seems like a good deal :p

Its temporarily out of stock but still lets you place an order to be delivered when in stock
1 Like #16
Nice, just bagged one. Have looked at the cordless ones in the past, but at this price it seems a cheap way to add some brute force to help my arthritic hands get tough nuts on the car moving without risking injury/pain.
Thanks OP.
2 Likes #17
Biboboy
I don't really know much about these things, but theres also a cordless Bosch Impact Wrench for £25.60 which has just dropped from ~£100 so seems like a good deal :p

Its temporarily out of stock but still lets you place an order to be delivered when in stock


Good reduction in the Bosch, but will need to add a battery and charger to the cost.
#18
Too cheap to say no !
1 Like #19
barneyonion
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!
thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!
To quote AVE, "is it the tool or the tool behind the tool"
or the 200 pound gorilla
2 Likes #20
This was £19.11 yesterday, but the price has been jumping about the past few days. £26.05 seems like a decent price.
1 Like #21
Would be nice to have an impact gun without having to get the compressor running...
3 years warranty if you register with Silverline apparently so worth a go.
8 Likes #22
gazdoubleu
adamspencer95
hornetsam
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if that happened I can assure you it wasnt the tools fault!!!

thanks op hot and ordered!!!!!


it was probably the tool using it


Just as well you are trolling behind your keyboard Adam as you might find the said tool massaging your prostate!


what you do in your spare time is of no interest to me
1 Like #23
Max torque 350 Nm - I dont know what that translates to in practice, wish I had this tool to undo the hub nut I had to undo this week, I had to stand on a 600mm breaker bar and Im about 14 stone, but it didnt need all my weight. One of these would feel safer.
#24
Ordered, be rude not to..
Do have to replace the cam belt on the STi and the crank pulley bolt can be a battle with a 6 foot scaffold pole.
Thanks OP.
2 Likes #25
greenfinger
Max torque 350 Nm - I dont know what that translates to

Very, very tight.

Wheel lugs are usually 100-150.

Crank pulley I did last week was 180, and that was plenty hard.

Edited By: championadam on Apr 08, 2017 13:36
#26
greenfinger
Max torque 350 Nm - I dont know what that translates to in practice, wish I had this tool to undo the hub nut I had to undo this week, I had to stand on a 600mm breaker bar and Im about 14 stone, but it didnt need all my weight. One of these would feel safer.
I dont think this would have done it tbh... would still need to crack it with the bar i reckon
#27
zizzles
I'd like one of these , I will set a camel price alert though, it was £19 yesterday and so there's every chance they'll reduce the price again soon
Amazon will refund the difference if the price drops within a certain time after you bought it
1 Like #28
urmum
greenfinger
Max torque 350 Nm - I dont know what that translates to in practice, wish I had this tool to undo the hub nut I had to undo this week, I had to stand on a 600mm breaker bar and Im about 14 stone, but it didnt need all my weight. One of these would feel safer.
I dont think this would have done it tbh... would still need to crack it with the bar i reckon

Air gun or cheaper, slip a length of scaffold pipe over the breaker - behold the worlds longest spanner!
1 Like #29
Its good when it worked!
i bought this impact wrench a few months ago . worked great used it for suspension mounts and wheel hubs . But it broke last week .amazon gave full refund though . i paid £35
1 Like #30
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.
if the threads got damaged undoing then that cant be the fault of the tool, its possible they where cross threaded when they where put on maybe by a tyre shop.
2 Likes #31
Biboboy
I don't really know much about these things, but theres also a cordless Bosch Impact Wrench for £25.60 which has just dropped from ~£100 so seems like a good deal :p
Its temporarily out of stock but still lets you place an order to be delivered when in stock

Bosch specs give it a torque rating of 110Nm, just about enough to fit a wheelnut, but useless at removing a fitted one. Could use it to stir tea I suppose.
1 Like #32
I think the Bosch is more suited for screwdriving.
#33
This is cheap... You'll regret not getting one when you need it!!
4 Likes #34
cigbunt
This is cheap... You'll regret not getting one when you need it!!
That's what I said when I bought the rotating bow-tie
#35
zizzles
cigbunt
This is cheap... You'll regret not getting one when you need it!!
That's what I said when I bought the rotating bow-tie
Ok you might get away with a breaker bar..
#36
dwl99
I want one but I don't know why.....

I know the feeling...it brings out The Man out of you. Gets the jobs done proper in no hesitation. In other words, no nonsense.
#37
Heat, ordered
#38
Biboboy
I don't really know much about these things, but theres also a cordless Bosch Impact Wrench for £25.60 which has just dropped from ~£100 so seems like a good deal :p
Its temporarily out of stock but still lets you place an order to be delivered when in stock

Great spot
#39
gazjon
Biboboy
I don't really know much about these things, but theres also a cordless Bosch Impact Wrench for £25.60 which has just dropped from ~£100 so seems like a good deal :p
Its temporarily out of stock but still lets you place an order to be delivered when in stock

Bosch specs give it a torque rating of 110Nm, just about enough to fit a wheelnut, but useless at removing a fitted one. Could use it to stir tea I suppose.


oh i dont know, a good british tea can be quite thick, a 10.8V impact might struggle for that
#40
gazdoubleu
I wouldn't use on wheel nuts if its anything like the almost identical Parkside one I bought. It stripped the threads (undoing) and I had to get new discs on the back and a new stud on the front.


Some people shouldn't be allowed to possess tools.

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