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JMHO but you would be better served spending your money on a good quality set of sockets and wrenches. Too many tight spaces to use an impact wrench plus you most likely will wring off a few fasteners. I have both pneumatic wrenches and impact guns and rarely use them on the Porsche.

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My main interest use is to remove the wheels and clean them on the backside as my porsche wheels are 5 spokes the dirt is easily visible and nothing better than a clean wheels.B)

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Ah Ha! dry.gif I have a Dewalt 18v battery impact that is awesome, very durable and battery has lasted for over 3 years! If you are going to use it on your wheels be careful when you back the lugs out as the spinning socket will mar your wheels in a heartbeat. I use an impact on all my cars except the Porsche for this very reason. If you already have 18V Dewalt items you can buy just the Wrench for about $100.00. I've bee. buying tools for over 35 years and I firmly believe you get what you pay for so I stay away from the no-name chinese imports.

Cheers, Tom

Dewalt Impact Wrench

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