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    Best Cordless Drill/Driver

    What's the best Cordless Drill/Driver for the money?-one that will loosen and torque lug bolts.
    And where to buy?


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    Dunno about best, but for cheap, I\'ve got a

    Harbor Freight 18V driver that I use to speed up the process. A cordless impact will be able to remove bolts by itself. My plain ol driver requires me to break them loose first. You always want to do the final torque with a good torque wrench to be sure you're getting what you want, and you'll be double-checking torque by hand through the weekends anyway.

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    Snap-on 18v


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    Start by hand

    When you're replacing the bolts, always start them by hand. Trying to start them with any kind of wrench or driver is formula for di$a$ter

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