• M18 FUEL SURGE 1/4 in. Hex Hydraulic Driver (2760-20)
• M18 FUEL™ ½” Hammer Drill (2804-20)
• 2804-20: POWERSTATE™ brushless motor delivers up to 60% more power, is the most compact in its class at 6.9" in length, and provides up to 2X faster speed under heavy load.
• 2760-20: FLUID-DRIVE™ hydraulic powertrain reduces metal on metal contact within the tool, delivering quieter operation, smoother performance and increased durability over a standard impact
• REDLINK PLUS™ Intelligence: Ensures optimal performance and provides overload protection to prevent damage to the tool and battery during heavy applications while still maintaining compatibility across the entire M18™ System.
• REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 Battery Pack: Delivers more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitors
The 2999-22 M18 FUEL 2-Tool Combo Kit is the highest performing Hammer Drill and Hydraulic Driver Combo Kit on the market. Included is the M18 FUEL SURGE 1/4 in. Hex Hydraulic Driver (2760-20), the quietest hydraulic driver on the market. The 2760-20 features proprietary FLUID-DRIVE Hydraulic Powertrain and 4-Mode DRIVE CONTROL. Also included is the M18 FUEL™ ½” Hammer Drill (2804-20) delivering the Industry's Most (more...)
I use this for driving 3 1/2 inch screws into 2×4 framing to loosening 1/2 inch bolts on my motorcycle. It has like they say, more sustained torque. It feels weird in a good way. The weird is that the motor and bit move at a constant speed, compared to ramping up, then slowing down when work is applied. It actually feels weak, but that's a trick your mind plays on you. The power is smooth and consistent, which makes your mind believe it has less power. The old style makes you think its more powerful, because it has jarring movements, and you can feel the motor working. Hence, you think your getting something done. Its like a gas engine vs electric. Gas feels more powerful, because the feel of the engine twisting, the rumble of the 8 cylinders coming out of the exhaust, and being able to feel the engine accelerate. This compared to the instantaneous acceleration, the consistent power output, the almost silence comparatively and the smoothness of the motors working, even under stress. Which is more powerful? It doesn't matter, what I'm getting at is the difference in feel and sound of each impacts type. I use it whenever a homeowner is present, because its so quiet. Everyone knows construction is noisy, but it can be far less noisy. I'm hoping milwaukee places this technology into reciprocating, and circular saws along with every other noisy tool out there. On a cordless circular saw it would be amazing! Imagine the torque of a 15 amp saw in cordless form! Not to mention a hydraulic surge hammer drill?! Please, don't stop here Milwaukee!!!
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