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  1. Hard to beat the small M12 drill & impact driver. Small jobs around the house I seem to grab my compact brushed M12 drill as first choice. Most small jobs drapes, blinds, shelving etc the m12 handles with ease. Glad I didn't give up that small one yet.
  2. Good to go. Just conducted a torque test on my new M18 Gen 2 Mid torque impact wrench to determine fastening torque Mode 1 & then Mode 4. Non-scientific of course, more like a working stiff kind of test. Placed a trailer ball hitch with fastening nut 1 1/8 head in the vice and rattled down twice in mode 1. . Ugga dugga rattled for about 3 seconds after secure. Torqued to about 80lbs ish both times. This mode provides less torque than Mode 2 or 3. Verified the torque with two different torque wrenchs at breakaway torque. Loosening & tightening breakaway. Mode 4 minimal torque 15-20lbs j
  3. Good to go. Just conducted a torque test on my new M18 Gen 2 Mid torque impact wrench to determine fastening torque Mode 1 & then Mode 4. Non-scientific of course, more like a working stiff kind of test. Placed a trailer ball hitch with fastening nut 1 1/8 head in the vice and rattled down twice in mode 1. . Ugga dugga rattled for about 3 seconds after secure. Torqued to about 80lbs ish both times. This mode provides less torque than Mode 2 or 3. Verified the torque with two different torque wrenchs at breakaway torque. Loosening & tightening breakaway. Mode 4 minimal torque 15-20lbs j
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