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Craftsman  1/2in. Impact Wrench

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 4.2 lbs
Overall Dimensions: 7.5 in. length
Product Overview:
Maximum Torque (ft-lb): 400 ft-lbs
Variable Trigger Speed: No
Side Handle: No
General Warranty: 2 Years
Reversibility: Yes
Color/Finish: Red/black
Housing Material: Composite
Ratchet Drive Size: 1/2 in.
Included with Item:
Case Included: No
Compressor, Auto:
Tool Air Inlet Size: 1/4 in.
Tool Min. Hose Size: 3/8 in.
SCFM Delivery:
Average Air Consumption (CFM): 5.2

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Deliver the Right Force Each Time with 1/2in. Impact Wrench from Craftsman

With a reliable single hammer mechanism, you can count on this Craftsman 1/2in. Wrench to deliver great results. Composite housing with a contoured grip are specially designed for your comfort. Use the ergonomically designed trigger to always be in control of this powerful impact wrench that has a maximum torque of 400 ft. lbs.

This powerful 1/2 in. Impact Wrench is easy to maneuver in your work area giving you greater control and gets the job done faster. With the exhaust running through the handle and directed away from your hand, it ensures safety coupled with internal silencing to reduce noise levels. 7000 RPM of free speed means it maximizes the torque output and minimizes your effort to give you a smooth, jerk-free run time after time.

  • Choose this Craftsman 1/2in. Wrench with internal silencing for performance that speaks for itself
  • Designed for comfort with two shot molded contoured grip and ergonomic trigger
  • Weighs only 4.2 lbs. so it is lightweight and highly portable
  • Sturdily designed single hammer delivers 400 ft. lbs. of max torque producing a free speed of 7400 RPM

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  • Available for Gift Wrap

Added on August 20, 2011

 

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159 Reviews Write a review
69 Reviewers (43.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise15 found this helpful
Sesquipedalian101
Dec 30 , 2013
Bad Performance (See One-Star Reviews) Solved?
I read ALL the negative reviews and some of the positive ones. Even though the negatives "outweighed" the positives, I decided to take a chance. I reasoned this way... I already own two (2) impact wrenches -- one "cheap import," and a nice Ingersoll Rand. Unfortunately, they have taken up residence with my offspring -- and I'd really like them back. Enter the Sears offering. Despite the negative reviews, I figured they'd be new enough, and red enough, and pretty enough, that I could talk the boys into a "trade" and, with luck, get the good wrenches well hidden before they discovered my ruse. Best case, they might even work -- according to the reviews, about 38% (give or take) actually function properly... So, I bought two (2) wrenches for Christmas presents. One (1) of them worked quite well; one (1) could not have "impacted" its way out of wet paper bag! Fortunately, having the ability to compare a working wrench with a non-working wrench, I instantly spotted the problem! Hang on and pay careful attention here, there are some twists and turns on this ride! On the back of the wrenches is a selector lever. This lever is made out of plastic and it operates the forward/reverse function. Here's where it gets "Tricky": this is not just a simple "Y" valve; it is a "regulator," too! Moving it in the forward direction, one can feel a number of "detents" corresponding to various power settings. The catch is, the highest setting has no "detent"; you simply have to move the valve all the way to the end of its travel. Comparing the wrenches, I noticed the selector levers were loose! The lever on the "weak" wrench was so loose I could pull it off of the valve quite easily! It would travel through no more than three (3) detents and never reach the full power setting. Further examination disclosed an access hole on the bottom of the "well" where the lever couples up to the selector valve / regulator. When in the neutral position, this hole lines up with a set screw that is supposed to hold the lever in place. Snugging up the "good" wrench, I got nearly two (2) turns out of the set screw; the screw on the weak wrench yielded nearly three (3) turns! Once the levers were properly tightened, the wrenches went to working; even the function of the "good" wrench improved! The thing is, if I had purchased only the weak wrench, I might not have discovered the problem! When the instruction manual says that running the wrench for more than ten (10) seconds (without the socket turning) may damage it, there is no way this is the "Heavy Duty" tool touted in the sales literature! On the other hand, on a half (1/2) price sale, it's not a bad deal -- particularly if, as in my case, you can use it to ransom an Ingersoll Rand. Regardless, if you decide to buy one (1) and it does not work, make sure the selector lever is tight before you give up on it. Of course, this comment reflects only my personal experience; your mileage may vary. -101-
Criticism6 found this helpful
Korrupt3dazn
Mar 25 , 2013
wow talk about a weak gun?
I got this gun as part of a kit. The spec says it provides 400lb of Tq. That could not be any further from the truth. This think can't even remove my lug nuts. I have then Torque down to 80lbs and this 400lb gun can't even do it. While my ************** 240lb electric one just zips it off. So sad, I exchanged it at a local sears thinking maybe that gun was defective. Nope the new one performs the same. Its funny that on the box they show someone using it to remove lug nuts off. Stay far far far away from this thing.
 

Bsward

Cambridge, MN

Jan 13 , 2015
via sears.com
Overall
No good

bought this gun to be used for pulling lug nuts off and other misc small things, didnt have much expectation for it at all, but first time i wanted to use it was to drive some 6in x 3/4 bolts through a pre drilled holes into wood and it would not even move the bolt with pressure at 150psi on a new compressor


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Jan 10 , 2015
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Do no purchase

This impact wrench is only useful as a paper weight. Spend the money on a different one, just not this one.


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sazar

Algonac, MI

Jan 9 , 2015
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Top gun.

Home use great. Can't comment on commercial use.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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JQPUBLIC1949

Chester, NH

Jan 7 , 2015
via sears.com
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Disappointed in CRAFTSMAN

There is no way in the world that this impact tool is rated at 400 Ft. Lbs. I torque my wheel's lug nuts to 100 Ft. Lbs. and this CANNOT loosen them...yet when I put a wrench on the lug nuts, I have no difficulty in loosening them. This proves to me this gun is not up to it's so-called 400 Ft. Lbs. Sears should be ashamed for misleading buyers into thinking they are getting something they are not. I plan on returning it for refund, but only if THEY pay the shipping cost, due to their faulty tool.


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jaxjack

Marshfield, MA

Jan 6 , 2015
via sears.com
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Quality at affordable price

This impact wrench has the feel and punch of more expensive models. Perfect for the DIY mechanic with plenty of torque for the tough lug nuts or stubborn bolts.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Jan 3 , 2015
via sears.com
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Great for the price!!!

I bought this on sale to replace my Companion set that came with my Craftsman compressor. This one has a tad bit more force. Love it!!!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Subaruguru

Olympia, WA

Dec 13 , 2014
via sears.com
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For the price, very usefull

It took off the lugs to our vehicles with ease. The Rev/FWD selector feels a little cheap but guess what, it only cost $24.99. It isn't an IR $390 impact wrench but it does perform like a $125 wrench.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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jsting

Conifer, CO

Dec 8 , 2014
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For the price you can't beat it


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leatherman94

Spring Hill, FL

Dec 7 , 2014
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Depenedability

Does what I needed around the house .Did excellent work on my cars.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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inthetrash

Susanville, CA

Dec 4 , 2014
via sears.com
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junk

i returned this impact and got another(it was very weak).ive used the new 1 about 3 times in the last 1 1/2 years now this 1 seized up.this impact is junk.craftsman tools sure are not what they used to be


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