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Ryobi R18IW3-0 18V ONE+ Cordless 3-Speed Impact Wrench (Body Only) £69.16 @ Amazon
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Ryobi R18IW3-0 18V ONE+ Cordless 3-Speed Impact Wrench (Body Only) £69.16 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th Dec 2019

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The R18IW3-0 is ideal for loosening and tightening heavy duty fasteners. It works by converting the impact from a hammer into a rotary application with little reactionary feedback through the handle.

3-Speed settings provide added control and versatility.
1/2in square drive with locking pin for easy socket fitment.
Tri-Beam LED light, eliminate shadows on bits
High power motor that delivers up to 400Nm of torque.
Low vibration design.
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Good price, HEAT!
Paid over £100 and that is the best thing I bought to work with my car. Heat
Brilliant price, great find Op
I have had one of these for over three years, used daily at work. Still going strong. Would highly recommend, especially for this price.
Would this remove wheel bolts?
t002204/12/2019 20:25

Would this remove wheel bolts?


At 400nm, I should bloody hope so. Most bolts on wheels are only 120nm!

Takes mine off with ease
LOGiCALX04/12/2019 20:43

At 400nm, I should bloody hope so. Most bolts on wheels are only …At 400nm, I should bloody hope so. Most bolts on wheels are only 120nm!Takes mine off with ease


Great thanks!
t002204/12/2019 20:47

Great thanks!



Top tip, If you feel like it it's not taking them off, just give it 5/10 seconds as it starts at a lower NM and works it way up to jolt the bolts to come loose. Bolts will get hot as I had some trouble with a bad locking wheel nut and the garage cementing my wheel bolts on my car with the air impact wrench. 30 seconds later it freed them all.
LOGiCALX04/12/2019 21:00

Top tip, If you feel like it it's not taking them off, just give it 5/10 …Top tip, If you feel like it it's not taking them off, just give it 5/10 seconds as it starts at a lower NM and works it way up to jolt the bolts to come loose. Bolts will get hot as I had some trouble with a bad locking wheel nut and the garage cementing my wheel bolts on my car with the air impact wrench. 30 seconds later it freed them all.


Top tip 2 - most of the torque loss is due to the number of attachments, so try and keep them to a minimum when possible.
how much is a battery and charger?
bower12345604/12/2019 21:08

how much is a battery and charger?


You'd want a 5ah battery, rather than a 2ah one if you're looking to get the most torque out of it (i.e. wheel bolts) You would assume that the 2ah would be ok (just last less) but they output significantly less power when on speed 3

Regarding price, you're looking at approx £60-£90 for a 5ah battery and charger depending on where you get it from - word of warning, do not get the cheap Chinese ones off eBay as they're usually 1-2ah less than advertised and don't last as long.
Edited by: "SierraDelta" 4th Dec 2019
SierraDelta04/12/2019 21:17

You'd want a 5ah battery, rather than a 2ah one if you're looking to get …You'd want a 5ah battery, rather than a 2ah one if you're looking to get the most torque out of it (i.e. wheel bolts) You would assume that the 2ah would be ok (just last less) but they output significantly less power when on speed 3Regarding price, you're looking at approx £60-£90 for a 5ah battery and charger depending on where you get it from - word of warning, do not get the cheap Chinese ones off eBay as they're usually 1-2ah less than advertised and don't last as long.



Good video about this and it's batteries...
SierraDelta04/12/2019 21:17

You'd want a 5ah battery, rather than a 2ah one if you're looking to get …You'd want a 5ah battery, rather than a 2ah one if you're looking to get the most torque out of it (i.e. wheel bolts) You would assume that the 2ah would be ok (just last less) but they output significantly less power when on speed 3Regarding price, you're looking at approx £60-£90 for a 5ah battery and charger depending on where you get it from - word of warning, do not get the cheap Chinese ones off eBay as they're usually 1-2ah less than advertised and don't last as long.


indeed, 2ah batteries are a fail on these. Less cells cant handle the draw so you get less power and itll just flatten them in seconds.

Ive had no issues with the cheap copy batteries. Unless you mean there is an even cheaper level of copy batteries sat under that!
LOGiCALX04/12/2019 21:25

Good video about this and it's batteries...[Video]


thats a totally different tool?
I ordered one a few weeks ago at just over £80 but Amazon won't entertain a refund of the difference.😡😡😡
1616french04/12/2019 21:57

I ordered one a few weeks ago at just over £80 but Amazon won't entertain …I ordered one a few weeks ago at just over £80 but Amazon won't entertain a refund of the difference.😡😡😡


Buy this one and return it as original. No serial number tracking here
bower12345604/12/2019 21:31

thats a totally different tool?


Yes you’re right, sorry, I meant for this video to be about the batteries (which he did at the end) sorry for the confusion!
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