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Craftsman ProSeries 1/2" Composite Impact Wrench

Item# 00919865000P | Model# 19865 | Added on April 14, 2010 |
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Craftsman ProSeries 1/2" Composite Impact Wrench
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Deliver Maximum Torque with Minimum Exertion With a patented power regulator and forward/reversing system built into the trigger, the Craftsman Pro Series composite impact wrench is designed for 1-hand operation. A sturdy composite body with a magnesium hammer case makes this wrench sturdy and long lasting. This lightweight tool is equally efficient and fast for home projects as it is for repairs at the car shop.

  • Maximum torque of 711 ft. lbs.
  • Ring-type retainer provides secure socket retention and makes socket changing fast and easy
  • Ergonomically designed
  • Exhaust passes through the handle diverting the exhaust away from your hand
  • Easily stored in your garage or shop
  • Torque drive size of 1/2"
  • Air inlet size of 1/4"
  • Minimum hose size of 3/8"
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By ralphperez
April 7th, 2013
An impact wrench on steroids.

I purchased this product, and I'll have to add that it has a lot of power. At first, I was skeptic about it because I was always going for the top name brands like Mac and Snap-on. I work in a body shop, and very often I have to remove the tires from a vehicle to repair wheel-well openings on the quarter panels and fenders. Before, I was using the MG725 Snap-on impact wrench to remove tires. I had it for over a year, until it started giving me problems, since I didn't buy it new, but used for $200.00 dollars. I wasn't going to pay close to $600.00 dollars for a new one, which I think is absurd. Instead, I came across the Craftsman Professional 1/2 impact wrench. I read the aspects on it, and as soon as I saw that it was equipped with 710 lbs of Torque, I had to get it. I tried it on a 2011 Dodge Ram Super Duty diesel truck, just for the heck of it. I was amazed that the impact wrench removed the lug nuts quickly with a 60 gallon air compressor.

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By gbopp12
January 13th, 2013

Bad and I don't mean good !Mechanic since 86 . I love Sears, buy there all the time. And still will , but this gun has to be the worst I have ever had. First one felt weak so I returned it,and they gave me a new one. Another year has gone by and the gun is useless .Rated at 710 lbs ,8000 rpm, ,, it spins ,,, maybe 800 now !Never really seemed to have the advertized power ! VERY disappointed in this gun .

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I would rate this with NO STARS but it won't let me. Before I purchased it I read all the reviews, and was like
'there is no way that craftsman quality is so bad". Well I WAS WRONG. it looks good and feels good in the hand. that's it. Once I connected my air hose and squeezed the trigger I got a big 710 ft- lb of absolute nothing!!! no high powered torquay movement in my hand, or that wonderful whining sound of a wide open free spinning impact gun. All I got was the sound of some rushing air. That's it I made sure my compressor was on with a full tank of air ( 60 Gal @ 125 psi Regulator @ 90 ) and air flow was on. I have always been a craftsman guy and bought most of my tools in the 90's what the **** happened to the craftsman quality. there stuff is just plan junk now. i wont buy any craftsman stuff anymore

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November 26th

Amazing for the price


I got this gun for christmas and it's been nothing but flawless. I'm in the process of working my way up to be a mechanic I do oil rotates all day and this gun has not failed me. I only had issue on one wheel the other week lug nuts where stuck good but even a coworker's 400$ ingersoll rand couldn't get them off. I tried one last time and hammered on it with the craftsman and it finally broke them free maybe the IR had a helping hand but the craftsman succeeded. Only gripe I have and maybe it's just my gun but the power dial changes power when you go from reverse to forward which is annoying and I can see over time having to readjust the power everytime the dial may wear out. Also the power levels are weird like in forward #1 is insane and 2 is weak but then 3 is pretty powerful too .

October 18th via mobile
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Professional shop


Thought it was gonna be trash, but it turned to be pretty good actually. Only been about like 3 weeks, but the gun seems solid.
Make sure to lube it and keep in mind the forward and reverse switch does get a little loose, but its not a big deal. guns got power.

July 8th via
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best 1/2 impact wrench


great for the job

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