W5132 3/8″ Cordless Impact Wrench Review – Automotive Technician

W5132 3/8″ Cordless Impact Wrench Review – Automotive Technician


I’m Ralph I’m a 16 year auto mechanic I’ve been using the 3/8 drive impact cordless impact for about eight nine months now I really like this tool it’ll take off everything from simple valve cover bolts to wheel bolts suspension bolts brakes that sort of thing it’s great with the four different modes that it has food power half power work great for taking apart your brakes your wheels your tires tearing down suspensions that sort of thing the lower power modes work great when you’re doing engine work about covers it brings it into a torque that’s low enough that you can go back and reach work to do a quality job where you’re not going to have any comebacks this gun does about 75% of the half-inch drive work that I would normally do but it has fully replaced my 3/8 drive error and my 3/8 drive cordless that I previously had it does what everything that they did it’s faster for me because I don’t have to worry about adjustments on an air tool that you know did I get it in the right spot is it going to tighten it too much if it got not going to be tight enough or a cordless tool that you know just doesn’t have the power to really get a bolt snug this tool just it just works phenomenally for getting getting things done getting things done fast the notes that the tool has are great it has a full power mode which gives you the full power of the tool to take fasteners off and put fasteners on the wrench type mode that it has is great for putting together suspension component it works really well to run brackets on the sides of engine blocks or exhaust manifolds intake manifold bolts and then the hand tight mode works basically the same but it’s a slightly lower torque and that works good for your really small fasteners your five and six millimeter fasteners or your quarter-inch fasteners that secure some of the valve covers on these newer cars so that you can run down a valve cover or an oil pan or a transmission pan and get it up and snug and then go back and rework afterwards and and finish a quality job


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