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Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! #5044194
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This thing snapped 2 wheel studs off my civic like melted butter...First time using the tool, now i know better than using at full power lol..THING IS A BEAST.


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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: rocky8314] #5044203
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Too much tool for the job IMO. Only the largest suspension and crank bolts require one that powerful.


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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: rocky8314] #5044207
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Sounds like a handy tool?

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Originally Posted by Trav
Too much tool for the job IMO. Only the largest suspension and crank bolts require one that powerful.


I have no idea why i bought it, way too powerful and it's bulky....Should've went with the 2861 mid-torque.

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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: rocky8314] #5044213
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I like using torque sticks to get close to spec/not break lugs and finish them off by hand


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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: pda1122] #5044222
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Originally Posted by pda1122
I like using torque sticks to get close to spec/not break lugs and finish them off by hand


Scary thing is i was loosening the lug nut.

Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: rocky8314] #5044223
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That strong? I want one!


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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: rocky8314] #5044238
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I have one and it is indeed a beast. Was changing a front axle on my sons Hyundai Tiburon. Tried my air impact to remove the axle nut which was badly rusted. The impact didn't even move it a little. Grabbed the Milwaukee and three hits later the nut started spinning off. I also use torque sticks for tightening. I usually use one stick lower than the torque spec and use a torque wrench to fully tighten. I am so glad i got the 2767

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Originally Posted by rocky8314
Originally Posted by pda1122
I like using torque sticks to get close to spec/not break lugs and finish them off by hand


Scary thing is i was loosening the lug nut.

Does it have different power settings? My mid-torque has 3 different power settings.


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Originally Posted by The Critic
Originally Posted by rocky8314
Originally Posted by pda1122
I like using torque sticks to get close to spec/not break lugs and finish them off by hand


Scary thing is i was loosening the lug nut.

Does it have different power settings? My mid-torque has 3 different power settings.


Yeah it has the power settings...It's my first Milwaukee tool and i didn't think to reduce the power because i was so dam* excited to use it( i know sad)


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Re: Milwaukee 2767 High Torque Impact Wrench! [Re: Dadillac] #5044258
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Originally Posted by Dadillac
I have one and it is indeed a beast. Was changing a front axle on my sons Hyundai Tiburon. Tried my air impact to remove the axle nut which was badly rusted. The impact didn't even move it a little. Grabbed the Milwaukee and three hits later the nut started spinning off. I also use torque sticks for tightening. I usually use one stick lower than the torque spec and use a torque wrench to fully tighten. I am so glad i got the 2767

Don


No offense but that must be a real piece of crap air gun or undersized fittings/hose/compressor. The mid sized Makita 18V removes even rusted cv axle nuts without breaking a sweat, the air gun will tear it off and toss it if you are not careful and back off once it starts moving.


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Re: Milwaukee 2767...Holy **** [Re: rocky8314] #5044265
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Originally Posted by rocky8314
Originally Posted by Trav
Too much tool for the job IMO. Only the largest suspension and crank bolts require one that powerful.


I have no idea why i bought it, way too powerful and it's bulky....Should've went with the 2861 mid-torque.


Don't get me wrong there is nothing wrong with it if you don't have air available but the small and mid size are much more useful, get into tighter spaces and easier on the arms after a while using it non stop. I use all 3 sizes but the bigger gun (air) gets used the least, for most jobs the mid sized is perfect.
For smaller bolts the small 1/4" is perfect for transmission and oil pans, upper plenum, battery hold downs and bolts and nuts of that sort. I find there is no one size fits all.


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Re: Milwaukee 2767...Holy **** [Re: Trav] #5044275
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Originally Posted by Trav
Originally Posted by rocky8314
Originally Posted by Trav
Too much tool for the job IMO. Only the largest suspension and crank bolts require one that powerful.


I have no idea why i bought it, way too powerful and it's bulky....Should've went with the 2861 mid-torque.


Don't get me wrong there is nothing wrong with it if you don't have air available but the small and mid size are much more useful, get into tighter spaces and easier on the arms after a while using it non stop. I use all 3 sizes but the bigger gun (air) gets used the least, for most jobs the mid sized is perfect.
For smaller bolts the small 1/4" is perfect for transmission and oil pans, upper plenum, battery hold downs and bolts and nuts of that sort. I find there is no one size fits all.


I got caught up in the bigger the badder...Seriously i could've went with the milwaukee 3/8 impact and been good...more practical to fit into tight spaces...

Re: Milwaukee 2767...Holy **** [Re: rocky8314] #5044390
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if you want compact and like milwaukee the new m12 stubby model is nice.

IIRC I paid around 130$ bare tool with an included rubber boot.

https://www.amazon.com/Milwaukee-2555-20-Stubby-Impact-Wrench/dp/B07HCM1HKG

setting 1 on tightening is about perfect for lugs. I then finish with the torque wrench and its less than 1/4 turn to 100lb-ft

It wouldnt take off some REALLY rusted on lutnugs on steelies.. but my dewalt mid torque took about 10seconds of hammering to start those.

Was taking too long so I broke out the dewalt dcf899 for those.. The m12 stubby literally weighs about 1/3 the big dewalt.

It has pretty much fully replaced the dewalt mid-torque for me.. anyone want to buy the dewalt mid torque for a good price? Its less than a year old.. very light use.(8 tire rotations)


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Re: Milwaukee 2767...Holy **** [Re: rocky8314] #5044501
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6 pounds? That's what's listed on the Milwaukee website. Is that without the battery or with? Either way, JEEZE!

My Mac AWP050M stubby 1/2 inch weighs half that and is probably 1/3 the size and still manages 635 ft/lb breakaway. I'm sorry, I'll stick with pneumatic for now.

Great review, though!


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