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Old 12th April 2006, 20:23   #1
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Default Impact Wrench powered via Cigarette lighter, Opinions?

Hi all,

My friend is interested in purchasing something like THIS.

Anyone have experience using such a product ? Is it advisable to go in for it ?

Also Bangalore members if any of you have bought this locally please provide details (contact, cost).
The link I provided above works out to roughly Rs.1700 including shipping.

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Old 14th April 2006, 00:03   #2
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Extremely useful if you hate changing tyres the conventional way. I used to have one in my car when i was in India. There are two models the basic one has just the impact power wrench along with an adaptor which can be connected directly to cigratte lighter or via the battery directly with two plugs plus they had 4 different sizes of bolts for different cars. The higher model had everything above plus a electric jack which hydraullically lifted the car. Although i just went for the basic kit i think it was about Rs.2500 - 2 years ago. But definatley a useful product !
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