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Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2663-20 18-Volt M18 1/2-Inch High Torque Impact Wrench with Friction Ring (Tool Only, No Battery)

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  • Milwaukee-designed impact mechanism provides best-in-class torque at 475 foot-pounds
  • Milwaukee four-pole motor for maximum speed and power
  • Compact size and weight reduces user fatigue
  • Overload protection prevents damage to the tool in abusive situations
  • Friction ring allows quick, easy socket changes to increase productivity
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Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2663-20 18-Volt M18 1/2-Inch High Torque Impact Wrench with Friction Ring (Tool Only, No Battery) + Milwaukee 48-11-1828 M18 XC RED LITHIUM 18-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless Tool Battery + Milwaukee 48-59-1812 M18 and M12 Multi-Voltage Combo Charger
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The M18 cordless 1/2-inch high-torque impact wrenches provide industry-leading power in a compact size. Built with a Milwaukee four-pole motor and a powerful impact mechanism, the 2663-20 delivers 450 foot-pounds of torque. A variable-speed trigger provides speed control between 0-1900 RPM and 0-2200 IPM. The 2663-20 has a 1/2-inch anvil with friction ring for quick and easy one-handed socket changes. This is a tool only--it does not include battery or charger.

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Technical Details
Part Number 2663-20
Product Dimensions10.4 x 8.9 x 3.3 inches
Item model number2663-20
Size0.5
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeLithium Ion
Warranty Description5 Years
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AKKJBS
Best Sellers Rank #23,391 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 29, 2006
  
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18 Volts

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Jones on November 1, 2009
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Just got this baby the other day. Bare tool since I already have the M18 compact impact, sawzall, circular saw, 2 compact drill/drivers, flashlight, and grinder. This tool has some serious power. Pulled the front wheels off my bosses Super Duty Yesterday. Impact barely tried and lugs came right off. I very impressed. My boss was like try doing that without smiling. I could not stop smiling. Once again Milwaukee WOWs me. Thanks for making my life easier.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Visa on February 17, 2011
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I bought this impact wrench after considering air powered and electric wrenches. Air involved the purchase of a compressor and all of the other stuff you need to properly operate air tools. The electrics were certainly priced right, but were big,heavy and required a heavy gauge extension cord to use any distance from their power source.
Happy days for me when I came across this impact from Milwaukee. I love my other 18 volt lithium ion powered Milwaukee tools and decided to give this impact a try. As usual, Milwaukee came through with a compact and powerful tool that has great ergonomics in your hand and does what it says it will. The bonus of not being tethered by an air hose or electrical cord is just icing on the cake.
This impact was purchased to remove the nut that holds the drive sprocket on my motorcycle. Torque values for this nut are 95 ft. lbs.. The Milwaukee impact spun the nut loose in about 2 seconds. The adjustable trigger pressure on this impact also made it possible for me to pre torque with the impact and follow up with a torque wrench to reinstall the sprocket nut.
You can tell by now that I am very pleased with the Milwaukee impact wrench 2663-20. I highly recommend this impact wrench.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DB on November 30, 2011
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I read many of the reviews on this impact drill so I was pretty sure it was good. It is good. I bought the friction ring version because I have to change sockets all the time. This thing is strong and fast. With no air hoses to drag around....i'm happy. It took the Main hub bolts off my 2002 Jeep to change my wheel bearings just fine. Those babies were on there too! I have a Hakzall milwaukee M18 and use the battery from that for this. Battery life is VERY good on this drill. Not so much on the Hakzall but very strong and long enough to get done what is needed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dennis N. Schmidt on January 8, 2013
If you ever want to try out an impact wrench to determine whether it has the guts to get it done or not try taking out a crankshaft bolt. These suckers are notoriously tight and almost no electric impact wrenches can handle them and only the best air impact wrenches less than 3/4" drive can handle them. THIS WRENCH CAN HANDLE THEM. Took off my crankshaft bolt, which had never been remove in 15 years from my 3800 engined Grand Prix with hardly even breathing hard. That a cordless tool could have this much power is astounding.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 11, 2012
I've had this for several months now. Use it all the time now instead of dragging out the hoses. It did break yesterday, but warranty is getting us a new one. I am ordering a second one. We changed a tire on a K3500 the other day and needed to do the ball joints today. Tried 5 different air impacts, including our Snap On and IR. No go. Had to break one loose with a cheater. This is grossly underated for torque. Great tool. Keep your records for warranty.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Steven Marton on January 29, 2011
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I feel like this impact could tear anything apart. Lug nuts, even way overtorqued, are spun off instantly. I haven't really found a tough enough fastener yet to put the torque capacity to the test.

It's longer than an air impact and heavier. But not too heavy, and maneuverable enough. Before I got my 3/8" m12 impact, I gladly used this to spin off 10mm bolts. It's pleasurable and quick.

I used this for two days working on my car last weekend and the XC battery is still showing the full 4 bars of charge. I really don't understand why anyone would use an air impact for most automotive work. I feel sorry for the guys at tire shops toting hoses around. What a waste.

The compact m18 would probably be enough for most work, including tire changes. I got this because I didn't ever wanna come up against a fastener I couldn't break loose (I've had my share of frustrations with cheap air tools). Once I saw how well this worked, I decided I wanted something light and maneuverable for small fasteners, and got the m12 with xc battery (apparently m12 with standard battery is too weak). The m12 can break loose bolts torqued to 65ftlb (my tests), and this m18 takes care of everything else. I'm a happy man!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By donald deibert on February 4, 2011
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Great tool to take on the road,I have a trailer and it's great to how you have the power to change tires in no time. Stopped to help someone on the road,took this out with a set of sockets and changed tire and back on the road without breaking my back!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris on March 20, 2012
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For a few months, I searched craigslist for an air compressor, at a reasonable price, that could handle an impact wrench. Realistically, I would have to spend 300 dollars to get a complete set (impact wrench, hose, compressor). I also looked at cordless impact tools and did not find many with a lot of torque and I was also worried about battery life. However, I came across the Milwaukee 2663-20 and I already had two XC batteries (very expensive otherwise). This wrench is very powerful and I have taken lug nuts off a truck that were torqued well over 300 ft-lbs as well as removing rusty front end components on a car that I would have never attempted without an impact wrench. I believe this tool is just as powerful as many half inch air wrenches, and cheaper considering the cost of a compressor.

I have had a few problems with this impact wrench however... I live in the Northeast and have had trouble with this tool below 30 degrees Fahrenheit (I think it may be the Li-Ion batteries) and also I dislike the friction ring. The friction ring makes it difficult for me to put a socket on (although I am better at it now) and does not keep the socket on as well as I had hoped when loosening. If I were to buy this tool again, I would buy the 2662 with the pin detent, but I cannot comment on the 2662 at all because I have never used it. I am very impressed with the battery life but after compressing coil springs with this tool, I noticed the battery life diminished fast. Most other jobs should work great with this wrench because you are not impacting for more than a few seconds. I would recommend this tool to anyone who needs a very portable and effective wrench for cars or light duty trucks.
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