Impact wrench you mean, although they do do torque wrenches now!Looking at replacing my Milwaukee compact torque wrench with a high torque one as it’s not man enough for a lot of the jobs i need it for. Swithering between the 1/2 and the 3/4 model pros and cons of both?
the 1/2 and 3/4 are much the same, light edge on power of the 3/4 due to transmitting force to larger sockets better hence why its better on wheel nuts and stuff, but they weight the same so not saving anything there.I think the high torque 1/2 and 3/4 are the same size bit 3/4 slightly more Welly. Most 1/2" socket sets stop at 32 mm so anything bigger would be better with 3/4. Sockets are a lot cheaper and easier to come by in 1/2". My 1/2" has coped with all wheelnuts of tractors and Manitou so far but that means nothing
Will the screw driver drill as well. What you mention here is what I would like.Impact wrench you mean, although they do do torque wrenches now!
3/4 for wheel nuts
1/2 mid torque for lighter jobs
Impact screw driver with adaptors to 3/8
That's what I have works well for me.
Well, there are drill bits you can buy for them with the 1/4 hex on them but IMO i have never used that, there is a setting on mine that i thought was for drilling but been told its actually for self tapping screws? i only use settings 2 and 3 i think.Will the screw driver drill as well. What you mention here is what I would like.