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For anyone looking for mobile phone mounts, ProClipUSA is having a 20% off sale. Promo code PRO20. Free shipping as well. Just picked up the iPhone X - Mobile Holder.


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1 hour ago, Eddie 70 said:

I would like a cordless impact wrench so I can remove wheels and tires for rotation. Not sure those 1/4" deals at Lowes and Home Depot can do the job. Anyone try them out?

No. I use a craftsman 1/2”. Works great. My 1/4” doesn’t have enough torque. Works great on all the small stuff, but I only use the 1/2” on lug nuts. 

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