Faster Tire Repairs, No Pneumatic Hoses or Compressors Required
We had the privilege of getting a sneak peek at some groundbreaking technology during the Milwaukee Tool media event a few years ago. Now, the much-anticipated Milwaukee M18 Fuel 1/2″ Extension, Anvil Controlled Torque Impact Wrench with One-Key is finally here. With an impressive nut breaking torque of up to 1,100 ft-lbs, this tool is a game-changer. But that’s not all it brings to the table. It also features controlled torque output for tightening, offering mechanics a faster and more efficient way to make tire repairs without the need for pneumatic hoses, compressors, or torque bars.
This innovative Milwaukee Controlled Torque Impact Wrench comes equipped with four customizable modes to prevent overtightening, catering to the specific needs of cars, light trucks, and van trucks. You can easily change the torque output within a certain range, ensuring the perfect fit for any job.
Milwaukee M18 FUEL 1/2 inch Extension, Anvil Control Torque Impact Wrench Specifications
- Model: 2769-22
- Revolutions per minute: 0-1,800
- IPM: 0-2,400
- Torque (Tightening): Up to 750 ft-lbs
- Torque (Reverse): Up to 1,100 ft-lbs
- Length: 10.1 inches
- Weight (with battery): 7.4 lbs
- Anvil: 1/2″ plus rectangle with friction ring
- One-click activation
- Warranty: 3 years
- INCLUDES: M18 Fuel 1/2″ Extension, Anvil Control Torque Impact Wrench with One Button (2769-20), (2) M18 RedLithium XC5.0 Batteries, M18/M12 Multi-Voltage Charger, and Tool Case
- Price: $549 (kit); $349 (bare)
- Release date: October 2019
This remarkable tool builds upon the already impressive features of the Milwaukee M18 Fuel High Torque Impact Wrench, offering even better torque range control. Our friend Tim Johnson from Shop Tool Reviews has put together a video showcasing the capabilities of this new tool. As it turns out, torsion bars may not be as accurate as we once thought. Tim’s results have left us even more amazed by the precision and power of the controlled torque impact wrench from Milwaukee Tool. Look out for its availability in October 2019, priced at $549 for a kit including two 5 Ah batteries and a charger, or $349 for the bare tool.
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