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Craftsman Professional 3/8 in. Impact Wrench
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Craftsman Professional 3/8 in. Impact Wrench

Item# 00919916000P | Model# 19916 | Added on June 30, 2012
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One hand operation with forward and reverse push buttons. 260 ft. lb. reverse torque. 230 ft. lb. forward torque. 1,500 blows per minute. 14,500 rpm free speed.

Strong steel hammer case, twin hammer mechanism, convenient grease fitting for easy lubrication. Professional touch trigger for smooth, gradual control. In-handle exhaust directs air away from work. Composite housing for lightweight and durability. 4 position torque management system. Patented swivel inlet bushing rotates 360 deg. and eliminates twisted hose.
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by BMWz3
May 15th, 2007
Awesome Small Impact

I am an ASE certified technician and build high-dollar, high-performance racing engines. For the repetitive engine tear-downs, a 1/2" impact wrench is overkill. I found this composite 3/8" impact wrench to be light, maneuverable, and extremely powerful to remove most fasteners up to 1/2" in shank diameter. Its size to weight ratio make it very easy for one-handed. I am left handed and this tool is designed for either right or left handed people. By appearance, I believe Ingersol-Rand makes this tool for Craftsman. If my assumption is true, IR is a premier air tool manufacturer--and this tool shows it. Performance: I have used this impact wrench for the past 8 years. I also have an IR 1/2" wrench and both sit side by side in my tool box, but my choice for most fastners is this one since it is so light. After years of use, all of the controls function perfectly and the black composite almost looks new. Only the chrome nose-cone shows a few scratches from wear. I would reccomend this tool to anyone considering an impact. Keep in mind, this is more of a professional tool and is priced accordingly. It has higher maximum torque output than many 1/2" budget cheapies. If you want a versatile, lightweight, powerful, and extremely durable impact wrench--this is the wrench for you.

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SHANE MOSES

Great Product

Craftsman impact wrench are easy to use and easy to take care. Plus craftsman has an awesome.

October 20th, 2012
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Naasbc355

on my seccond one

<p>&lt;span&gt;got lost while moving immediatly went and bought a new one. FAST powerful little impact. Almost eliminates the need for a 1/2&quot; drive impact for most things.&lt;/span&gt;</p>

August 29th, 2012 via craftsman.com
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theone0214

worth every cent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

<p>I bought this on clearance at sears, it was a floor model. It was 129.99, didnt no anything about it when I bought it, so was a little worried that it wasnt going to be very powerful, I was wrong. I would pay 189 for it if I had to, thats how much I like it. Have a snap on, matco, and a Ir gun, and my little craftsman is right up there with all of them, way to go again craftsman.</p>

March 29th, 2011 via sears.com
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melaniedeaharris

This tool is worth the money!

<p>I&nbsp;give this tool&nbsp;five stars.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I purchased this impact wrench a few weeks ago because I was having trouble removing the screws from my muffler when I was trying to replace with a new one on my Vespa Scooter.&nbsp; I don't know much about auto tools, but this one was easy for even a novice like myself to use. It is lightweight and small, but seems to have lots of power.&nbsp;&nbsp; Worth having around!</p>

September 10th, 2009 via sears.com
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Silverteg2k

Excellent 3/8 gun

I've had this 3/8 gun for over 1 year now and its still going strong. It's my second one though, because the first one i had the reverse button kept coming off whenever i changed directions. Sears gave me a brand new one though. I love the one i have now. It works perfect and is light and compact. It fits into places where a 1/2 can't go and has enough power to get the job done.

June 8th, 2007 via sears.com
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Genskrp

Tilt valve cracking

I bought about 20 of these for my employer, The Toro Company, every single one has had the tilt valve crack allowing the tool to run without activating the trigger. We also, use Ingersoll-Rand 2112 and 2115Ti impacts. These have not yet had this problem, even though they use the same mechanism. I ordered the parts and fixed them myself. I notified you about this problem, but I didn't get a response. I haven't bought any of these since. With the exeption of this problem, they work very well.

May 18th, 2007 via sears.com
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BMWz3

Awesome Small Impact

I am an ASE certified technician and build high-dollar, high-performance racing engines. For the repetitive engine tear-downs, a 1/2&quot; impact wrench is overkill. I found this composite 3/8&quot; impact wrench to be light, maneuverable, and extremely powerful to remove most fasteners up to 1/2&quot; in shank diameter. Its size to weight ratio make it very easy for one-handed. I am left handed and this tool is designed for either right or left handed people. By appearance, I believe Ingersol-Rand makes this tool for Craftsman. If my assumption is true, IR is a premier air tool manufacturer--and this tool shows it.
Performance: I have used this impact wrench for the past 8 years. I also have an IR 1/2&quot; wrench and both sit side by side in my tool box, but my choice for most fastners is this one since it is so light. After years of use, all of the controls function perfectly and the black composite almost looks new. Only the chrome nose-cone shows a few scratches from wear. I would reccomend this tool to anyone considering an impact. Keep in mind, this is more of a professional tool and is priced accordingly. It has higher maximum torque output than many 1/2&quot; budget cheapies.
If you want a versatile, lightweight, powerful, and extremely durable impact wrench--this is the wrench for you.

May 15th, 2007 via sears.com
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BMWz3

Awesome Small Impact

I am an ASE certified technician and build high-dollar, high-performance racing engines. For the repetitive engine tear-downs, a 1/2&amp;quot; impact wrench is overkill. I found this composite 3/8&amp;quot; impact wrench to be light, maneuverable, and extremely powerful to remove most fasteners up to 1/2&amp;quot; in shank diameter. Its size to weight ratio make it very easy for one-handed. I am left handed and this tool is designed for either right or left handed people. By appearance, I believe Ingersol-Rand makes this tool for Craftsman. If my assumption is true, IR is a premier air tool manufacturer--and this tool shows it.
Performance: I have used this impact wrench for the past 8 years. I also have an IR 1/2&amp;quot; wrench and both sit side by side in my tool box, but my choice for most fastners is this one since it is so light. After years of use, all of the controls function perfectly and the black composite almost looks new. Only the chrome nose-cone shows a few scratches from wear. I would reccomend this tool to anyone considering an impact. Keep in mind, this is more of a professional tool and is priced accordingly. It has higher maximum torque output than many 1/2&amp;quot; budget cheapies.
If you want a versatile, lightweight, powerful, and extremely durable impact wrench--this is the wrench for you.

May 15th, 2007 via craftsman.com
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VwBugMechanic

5 Stars

I can't say that I'd rate a whole lot of things all fives. I have had very good service from this gun. As far as I could tell, it is made by Ingersol Rand. It had the same specs and looked the same as the IR gun, but it was cheaper.
I used the gun for 4 years before it failed. I am a technician for a living and believe me when I tell you a tool lasting over two years that it is used everyday is just about impossible. I was so inpressed with it that i bought another one.
It's a little louder than my Snap On 3/8ths impact, but just as strong. I can't say I've looked at the specs on my Snap On, but my opinion is they perform the same.
I am sure that you won't be let down, I wasn't.

May 9th, 2007 via sears.com
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HansDoLo

'Best bang for the buck pt. 2"

Craftsman brand tools have amazed me again with there performance and affordability. I use this impact gun every day 5-6 days a week, i pretty much put a good beating on this tools. Craftsman impact tools have done it again.

March 17th, 2007 via sears.com
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